Wellbeing is a show that talks with experts and those with lived experience about the most pressing topics around mental and physical health. It is hosted by Jack Hodgins. The show is also a national radio show in Australia and is now 2NUR’s number one rating podcast.

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Produced at 2NURFM, Wellbeing is a nationally distributed radio show and podcast that is heard across dozens of community radio stations all over Australia via the Community Broadcasting Association.

The show is on 2NURFM at 12:05am Monday. On the Community Radio Network at 10:04am Thursday, and repeated at 10:04am Tuesday.

The show delves into the most pressing topics around mental and physical health, talking with leading experts in their fields and those with lived experience.

Jack Hodgins is the current host. The executive producer is Graham Wilson.

We would love to hear from you! If you would like to suggest topics, give us feedback, or just say hi, you can use the form below, or via email – wellbeing@2nurfm.com.


The current series is looking at post traumatic stress disorder.

16 May – Professor Andrew McFarlane – expert in PTSD
23 May – Professor Shaili Jain – expert in PTSD
30 May – Andrew Ayres – police officer affected by PTSD
6 June – Don Gillies – paramedic affected by PTSD
13 June – Paul Sharratt – firefighter affected by PTSD
20 June – Carol Schulz – daughter of WW2 vet affected by PTSD
27 June – Roger Helle – Vietnam vet affected by PTSD
4 July – Nick Martin – Falklands war vet affected by PTSD
11 July – Bobby Hemline – Iraq vet affected by PTSD
18 July – Will Jimeno & Dr Mike Moats – 9/11 survivor affected by PTSD
25 July – Mitchell Stern – 9/11 first responder affected by PTSD
1 August – Annie – mother of a daughter affected by PTSD
8 August – Dr Bethany Brand – complex PTSD recovery
15 August – Claire Mitchell – PTSD recovery in veterans


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For CRN Subscribers

  • Wellbeing is broadcast/distributed by CRN Thursdays from 10:04 to 10:32 EST/EDT, and is available for DDN capture
  • For more information contact CRN staff on 02 9310 2999 or email crn@cbaa.org.au

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