Station News Wellbeing
Praising Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities for their handling of COVID-19, Dr Josephine Gwynn talks about the wellbeing of these communities.
On Wellbeing, Dr Shaili Jain talks about how the brain pathways of those with PTSD and what kind of traumatic events typically bring on PTSD.
Classic Folk Station News
On this edition of Classic Folk, Phil and Jane take a look at songs of conflict. The artists include Old Blind Dogs, The Bushwackers and Cloudstreet.
Hunter Rostrum Station News
On this edition of Hunter Rostrum, the New Mexico Brass Quintet features music by Handel, Scheidt, Moore, Arban and Rossini.
On Hunter Rostrum, a brilliant performance of Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto recorded in Newcastle University Great Hall in l992.
Jack Hodgins asks Prof. Clare Collins about the effect of food on our body, the cancer risks of alcohol, and how the processing of foods can affect their nutrition.
A Viola, a Piano and the Sydney Male Choir form the line-up on this edition of Hunter Rostrum. You can listen to these histroric concerts on-demand.
Brass Station News
Described as "The British March King", Kenneth J. Alford wrote many fine examples of the art, one of which you'll hear on this edition of Brass Encounters.
Acclaimed Australian soprano Joan Carden is heard with the Hunter Orchestra on Hunter Rostrum.
On this edition of Classic Folk, Phil and Jane are getting their inspiration from the skies.