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Our text-to-radio service features readings from all the top Australian and international daily newspapers, magazines and books. They are designed for anyone who lives with print disabilities, or lacks access to published material, or has limited time to read and stay informed.

Our mission is to entertain and empower our listeners. All our on-air programs, including book readings, are read and presented by our awesome team of 2RPH volunteers who come to the station from all walks of life.

Find us on 1224AM and 100.5FM, Newcastle and Lower Hunter on 100.5FM and on digital.

Radio 2RPH operates daily between 6.30am and 11.30pm with BBC World Service broadcast overnight.

Radio 2RPH is a proud member of the national RPH Network.

Our curated collection of 2RPH programs are now available on popular podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Google Podcasts, Spotify and TuneIn.

2RPH Audio-Book Services 

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We now provide an end-to-end Audio Book Service for self-published and small-publisher manuscripts. Our high quality product is accessible, affordable, and finished to the global standards of mainstream distributors such as Audible and other audio platforms.

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Become a part of our community and enjoy all the benefits of friendly voices, fascinating conversations, and the company of like minds seven days a week. 

Where ever you are, whatever you are doing, join the people who love to listen.

Want to know how? Look for more information on the website membership page.

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Arts Activated Is Covid Proofed

Fri, 23 July 2021

Due to the impact of the current COVID-19 outbreak in Sydney, the upcoming Arts Activated 2021 conference has swiftly adapted the delivery of its terrific program.


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Big Wrinkles In Time

Fri, 16 July 2021

This episode of Junior Journal will keep the paleontologists in the family busy imagining prehistoric Australia for hours! So many children go through a Dinosaur obsession it’s practically a rite of passage. There is also a lovely reading from the award winning children’s classic A Wrinkle in Time by American author Madeleine L'Engle, which was first published in 1962.

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2RPH Seeks General Manager

Thu, 15 July 2021

Following the resignation of Sancha Donald, our current, highly successful General Manager who will finish up in September we are looking for an experienced General Manager to manage and lead our motivated and talented team of 200 volunteers and a small group of paid staff.

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Mission Possible!

Fri, 16 July 2021

The Australian film industry is small and tough to negotiate, despite the bright place on the world stage which so many of our storytellers have forged over the years. On a mission to make it more diverse and inclusive, let alone richer in its stories, Tracey Corbin Matchett, the CEO of Bus Stop Films, and actress/filmmaker Audrey O’Connor  (pictured below) chat to presenter Anthea Williams about making careers in cinema more accessible and impactful.

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Making Travel Accessible

Thu, 15 July 2021

In this episode of Inclusive Agenda, we chat to Professor Simon Darcy about some of the difficulties faced by people with a disability who want to travel and the innovations that are opening up new frontiers for a broader spectrum of travellers.

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The Poet and the Professor

Fri, 2 July 2021

Biting off as much as she can chew, presenter Maria Issaris decides to canvas a range of opinions about the work of detective fiction writer Swaga Mahapatra in this episode. Critiquer Dr Bill Cope, 2RPH production manager Peter Worthington and audio-book narrator Caroline George all throw in their rupees worth, canvassing the polyphonic patterns of Indian sagas, and the traditions of the detective thriller.

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