Several of our programs can be heard again via the Podcasts page.
How Green Was My Cactus
Australia’s longest running radio series. Hilarious satire about politics and people. Starring Keith Scott and Robyn Moore. To head to Cactus Island click here.
How Green Was My Cactus is broadcast Monday to Friday at 5:45am, 7:45am and 5:15pm.
On This Day
Kev Kellaway presents an overview of some of the events that occurred this day in history, and features music related to the day.
Sponsored by Independent Mobility & Rehab, Broadmeadow.
On This Day is broadcast Monday to Friday at 8:15am and 1:15pm.
The Passing Parade
The Passing Parade with John Doremus is a series of 130 tales that were originally syndicated in the United States. On a visit there in the mid 1960’s, Grace Gibson Productions picked up the Australian, New Zealand and South Pacific rim rights to the show.
John Doremus was an American announcer who had that rare talent for being able to tell a story. He could hold a listener’s interest, and had a warm, easy and mellifluous voice and used a sort of ‘campfire yarn’ style of delivery.
The Passing Parade is broadcast Monday to Friday at 10:40am.
Kev Kellaway in Canada
Kev broadcast live from Vancouver on Friday 20 May, and from Banff on Monday 23 May. You can listen to highlights from these two broadcasts here.
The Morning Show with Mark Rorke
The Castlereagh Line
Lottie Long escapes torture and murder in Northern Queensland and meets Jack Seager in the bar where she is working in Cloncurry. In 1880 Lottie Long and Mat Gore establish The Castlereagh Line, a coach line that benefits from having a mail contract for northern New South Wales. Betrayed by Jack, Lottie uses his empire to build her own and creates a new life for herself. With murder, rape, arson and robbery, The Castlereagh Line is full of action and intrigue.
Grace Gibson Productions sells the collection.