CRN Segments Round 5

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Now available to stations is CRN Segments Round 5: 100 new short pieces to drop into your show or between your station's programs.

10 Australian community radio producers have each produced a 10 part series - now ready for airplay. Bring listeners music trivia, comedy, story-telling, guidance for young families, the sounds of space and songs of wildlife, awareness around disability, and much more.

Throughout Round 5, get listeners asking themselves:

Can I tell the difference between the call of a raven and a crow?

Blondie may have been Hangin' On The Telephone, but who wrote it?

Does the Sun make a sound? 

What inspired famous Australian kids authors to read and write?

What's oxytocin and why is it so important in childbirth?

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This content is available to broadcasters subscribed to the Community Radio Network, distributing from 17 July 2017. Get in touch with any questions or to sign up.

CBF LogoProduced with the assistance of the Department of Communications and the Arts via the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

 

 

Listening to the Cosmos Logo

What objects can you hear out in the cosmos?

Uncovered logo

We all know who released these hits...don’t we?

As a person with disabilities in Australia, what are your legal rights?

Sounds from Nature logo - raven cawing

Can you tell the difference between the calls of ravens and crows?

What’s so funny about Seaside?

A Baby On The Way CRN Segments 5

Do you have the essentials for a new family’s best possible start?

Big Ideas logo

Where do good ideas come from?

Post-war British boarding schools were a combination of Lord of the Flies and Dickens - cruel and rampant.

Oh The Places We'll Go - Kids' writers talk about reading

How did these writers for kids become readers, and what’s the best way to help today’s kids get to be readers too?