Folk Station News
Phil Bates was on his own for the 4 August edition of Classic Folk, so he singled out a few of his favourites.
Station News Wellbeing
Hear about this rare condition that makes speaking (and being heard) very challenging.
Brass Station News
Sunday 1 August on Brass Encounters Geoff McGregor featured the North Carolina Brass Band.
On the July 28 edition of Classic Folk Jane and Phil played songs that describe handsome lads.
Two perspectives on our food choices and climate change. Dr Graeme Horton, Doctors for the Environment Australia and Charlie Prell, Chair, Farmers for Climate Action.
To celebrate 10 years of Classic Folk Jane Klein and Phil Bates played songs containing references to gold including Fields and Farewell to the Gold.
Megan Clark, Associate Director, Wellbeing, Health and Safety, The University of Newcastle, talks about psychological health and safety and working from home.
June 30th on Classic Folk, Jane and Phil played songs about the sea including You, Me and the Velvet Sea, Gone to America, and Botany Bay.
Mark's Blog Station News
Each month Mark catches up with an Aged Crime Prevention Officer from Newcastle, Port Stephens or Lake Macquarie to discuss issues that are affecting the community
Dr Josephine Gwynn has praised Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities for their handling of COVID-19, and she explains what this can tell us about the general health and wellbeing of these communities.