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Little Fictions

Sharmaine Spencer, 14th June 2019

Unique, contemporary and captivating short stories, told in 13 parts.

Coming to the Community Radio Network in June 2019, Little Fictions is a half-hour storytelling program presented by Sydney actor, Ella Watson Russell out of 2RPH. The show features contemporary short stories by authors from across Australia, and narrated by actors, either recorded at live performances or in the studio.

Over these thirteen episodes, hear a range of stories, from the struggle of trying to find a good coffee in Leichardt to exploring the rainforests of the Byron hinterland, to even discovering the hidden life of Ross Gellar from Friends, each story will leave you inspired to write a little fiction of your own.

Alliance for Journalists' Freedom White Paper

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 14th May 2019

The Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom has released a White paper that provides seven recommendations for legislative change to strengthen press freedom in Australia.

2BOB Meet the Candidates

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 3rd May 2019

2BOB's Meet the Candidates for the Federal seat of Lyne was held in Taree's (NSW) Uniting Church Auditorium on Wednesday, 24 April.

Ms. Hannah Murray, 1st May 2019

A 10-part series of strong voices from Pacific islands and the Torres Strait fighting for climate justice and survival.

CBAA logo

Helen Henry, 27th March 2019

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is one of 23 winners (and one of five in Australia) in the Google News Initiative (GNI) Asia Pacific Innovation Challenge.

CBAA Communications, 15th January 2019

Alive 90.5 FM Sunday Sports Round-Up celebrates 10 Years

Carols by Candlelight Community Radio

Andrew McLellan, 4th December 2018

Vision Australia Audio Described Carol’s By Candlelight Broadcast

International Day of People with Disability

Andrew McLellan, 20th November 2018

The Community Radio Network is excited to bring stations and listeners an engaging lineup for International Day of People with Disability 2018.

National Features and Documentary Series

Andrew McLellan, 7th November 2018

At the 2018 CBAA Community Radio Awards

Kellie Riordan

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 25th October 2018

In the latest session announced for CBAA Conference, learn how you can take what matters to your community into a wider realm through the power of podcasting.

Danny Chifley, 24th October 2018

2SER FM's investigative podcast Breathless, produced in conjunction with The Guardian, has been nominated for one of Australian journalism's highest honours, a Walkley Award in the category of Major News Event or Issue.

National Features and Documentary Series

Andrew McLellan, 15th October 2018

3ZZZ's Aguer Athian hears from the often voiceless South Sudanese youth. 

Andrew McLellan, 6th October 2018

Eastside FM's Mick Paddon and Humayun Reza discuss finding voice in a place of refuge.

National Features and Documentary Series

Andrew McLellan, 3rd October 2018

Meredith Gilmore of Coast FM 963 sits down with family members caring for people living with mental health difficulties. 

National Features and Documentary Series

Andrew McLellan, 2nd October 2018

Organic farmer Barry Green of Donnybrook Community Radio speaks with Australians concerned about the future of food and the New Food Movement.

National Features and Documentary Series

Andrew McLellan, 2nd October 2018

Radio Adelaide's Mahendra Chitrarasu tells the story of his grandmother’s migration to Australia.

National Features and Documentary Series

Andrew McLellan, 26th September 2018

Tie up your laces and join 4EB's Katharina Loesche as she meets a couple of joggers.

At The Coal Face - NFDS 2018

Andrew McLellan, 26th September 2018

4ZZZ's Nikola Van de Wetering returns to her hometown to dig-up the controversy sitting close to the surface.

Andrew McLellan, 25th September 2018

3CR's Aoife Cooke takes us to Australia's second medically supervised injecting centre.

Nic Baskerville, 14th September 2018

No one is more surprised by their new found celebrity status than Hannah and Eliza Reilly themselves. 


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