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Braidwood Community Radio

Emma Couch, 27th October 2016

The adage goes that most community radio stations survive on the ‘smell of an oily rag’. The saying is as tired as some of the sector’s most dedicated volunteers! So, what if one station had access to two oily rags?

Walkley Grant for Journalism Innovation

Helen Henry, 21st October 2016

Bay FM 99.9's William Martin and team want to build a network of support and resources for community radio stations around Australia to develop their own citizen journalism newsrooms.

Ella Scott

Martin Walters, 20th October 2016

It’s hardly a secret that traditional print journalism is going through tumultuous changes, but, much as radio’s vitality continues in the online era, news broadcasts remain a vital way of informing the public on the issues of the day.

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

A personal exploration of the complex matter of Aboriginal Identity, or Aboriginality, Robert Salt investigates Aboriginal community and culture in this feature.

Clay Pot Melody Choir

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

Is the face of refugee migration in Australia changing? Coel Healy puts a spotlight on the isolated town of Kataning in WA, where many refugees are opting out of city life to find a new home in regional Australia.

Food For Thought

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

Genetically Modified Organisms: the future of agricultural production or frakenfood? In this feature, Sarah Martin investigates why it is that GMOs push our buttons.

Broadcaster Making Airwaves

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

We’ll be going behind the scenes to hear about a Sydney-based radio program, Making Airwaves, which is created by people living with an intellectual disability. Find out all about it in this feature, produced by Caroline Savransky and Kate Wadey.

BiohackerOz Collage

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

Should science be democratised? And if so, who do we trust with emergent technologies? In this feature, you’ll meet a group of biohackers in Melbourne who are working to make biotechnology available to all citizens on the street.

The Permission To Speak team developing their work

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

How do we talk about our relationships with our parents, with our kids? And can we turn these experiences into art? This feature puts a much-needed spotlight on the impossibly complex topic of parent-child relationships.

An Anechoic Chamber, The Quietest Room In The World

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

In this feature, Michael Schubert dives deep into the world of silence. As he found out, silence is more than an absence of sound. It all depends on who you are and what you are doing. The search for silence became a quest...

Hello Yes No Goodbye Poster

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

Have you ever had an experience with the supernatural, or do you believe in ghosts? In this feature, Nancy Lin takes us on a trip down memory lane, sharing her experiences of trying to summon the dead as a teenager.

A Way To Tie The Knot Logo

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

In this feature, A Way To Tie The Knot, Vanita Sathasivam explores how, in an increasingly fast-paced world, people are finding it harder than ever to maintain long and meaningful relationships. Is there a magic formula to finding love?

Thanh Hằng Phạm, Recording on Location

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

Mapping out the nuances of home and love that we experience through separation, Thanh Hằng Phạm tells a story of long distance relationships in this feature: one that asks what queer people of colour experience in this diaspora.

Conference Workshop 2015

Helen Henry, 13th October 2016

The largest annual gathering of community broadcasters - the CBAA Conference - is coming up fast! 10-13 November in Melbourne.

Chris Yates, 16th August 2016

Available now! New drop-in content for your show or station: get 10 new series made by community radio producers for use around Australia. Each is made up of ten short episodes, exploring everything from the future of sustainable living, to changes in the food industry, incredible tales of migrant Australians, and ingenious local inventions that have made an impact on the world stage.

2016 Olympics - Rio

Helen Henry, 8th August 2016

Want to cover the Olympics on your station? Make sure you know the do's and don'ts first!

National Suicide Prevention Project

Danny Chifley, 5th August 2016

Welcome to the August 2016 content of the CBAA's national suicide prevention and mental health awareness project, developed with the support of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

Andrew McLellan, 26th July 2016

Footy has secured a virtually undeniable part of Australia's identity across its various codes and competitions, branching across various communities and walks of life.

National Suicide Prevention Project

Danny Chifley, 8th July 2016

Welcome to the June 2016 content of the CBAA's national suicide prevention and mental health awareness project, developed with the support of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

Andrew McLellan, 20th June 2016

Beginning broadcast in 1986, Alternative Radio has just entered its third decade in production, airing internationally on over 180 radio stations weekly.

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