Monthly Archives: July 2015

Blood in The Coal, Nyctophilia and Culture Wars 2

On Today’s Show We speak to Paddy Gorman, director of a new documentary, Blood on the Coal – The Queensland Miners’ Story. It tells the story of the Queensland coalfields, for 150 years a bitter industrial battleground. Check out the trailer and more at bloodonthecoal.com. … Continue reading

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What is the matter with Mary Jane, Mystery Musical 2, Michael Griffiths in Vogue, Moocooboola & US Presidential Election

On todays show Amie speaks Director of the production “what is the matter with Mary Jane”. Andrew speaks to Hunters Hill councillor Zack Miles about the Moocooboola Festival. Chris speaks to acclaimed cabaret performer Michael Griffiths about his production. Amie … Continue reading

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Mrs Miss & Miss Teen Australia International Pageant, Beat Cancer Boot camp, Club Savvy, US 2016 Presidential Election

On today’s show: Amie speaks to Ferial Youakim about the Mrs Miss & Miss Teen Australia International Pageant Amie also speaks to Geselle Tadoros, a finalists of the Mrs Miss Miss Teen Australia Pageant about the fundraiser “beat cancer boot … Continue reading

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Ryde Eisteddfod, Merrily we roll along at Riverside, more Valerie

Today on Radio Active Friday edition on 2RRR.88.5FM Andrew speaks to Dawn Nettheim and Edna Wilde about this year’s Ryde Eisteddfod program from. More information here. Amie speaks to director Craig Stewart about Lyric Ensemble’s production of Merrily We Roll … Continue reading

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Mission Armenia, Run for refugees, US Presidential election

First up, Andrew speaks to North Ryde resident Sassoon Grigorian about his plan to trek up Mt Ararat in Turkey. He’s raising funds for Mission Armenia to help provide food and supplies to Armenians in the Middle East. To donate, click here. Amie speaks … Continue reading

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