Sponsor Programs

5am – 6am

5:00 – Leading The Way, 5:25 – Insight For Living, 5:50 – ChristianityWorks

Get Together

6am – 6:30am

Readings – a kaleidoscope of items

Kaleidoscope

6:30am – 7am

A kaleidoscopic look at stories and articles that reflect our multi-faceted world from sources including Spectrum, This England, The Oldie, Evergreen, Sydney Uni Alumni Magazine, the weekend papers and much more.

Breakfast

7am – 8:30am

We’ve got everything you need to start each brand new day with enthusiasm! Join us for the daily newspaper headlines, columns, and arts and lifestyle sections from all the major newspapers. We even read the horoscopes.

Profile

8:30am – 8:45am

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

Death Notices

8:45am – 8:50am

Death notices from The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

8:50am – 10am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

The Daily Telegraph

10am – 11am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

BBC World Service

11am – 11:30am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

The Australian

11:30am – 12:45pm

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

Letters To The Editors

12:45pm – 1pm

A selection of ‘Letters to the Editors’ from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

Lunchtime Book

1pm – 1:30pm

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm.

Australian Women's Weekly

1:30pm – 2pm

Feature articles and personal stories from this long-running iconic Australian magazine for women.

Hear This

2pm – 2:30pm

Readings from Vision Australia’s library

Time Magazine

2:30pm – 3pm

Readings from both the hard copy and online versions of Time Magazine

Animates

3pm – 3:30pm

Animates is the show that focuses on everything that comes with fur, feathers, scales, and tails. Looking at all types of animals – how they live, and how we live with them. Hosted by Jodie Meidling.

Antiques Radio Show

3:30pm – 4pm

The Antiques Radio Show is a monthly program about antiques and the decorative arts, presented by Jolyon Warwick James and produced for 2RPH.

Features Forum

4pm – 5:30pm

Catch up on your favourite shows from 2RPH.

Children's Book Reading

5:30pm – 6pm

Book readings for younger audiences.

Ageing with Attitude

6pm – 6:30pm

Attitude is everything. Why let ageing get you down when it can be one of the happiest and most meaningful times in your life? A time to flaunt your own style, know your friends from your acquaintances and value health as the real wealth. This program

Writers From The Vault

6:30pm – 7pm

A literary hurdy-gurdy of stories, poems, plays and articles from the wider western literary canon and beyond. Reading from multiple sources, including the archives of the NSW State Library.

The New Daily

7pm – 7:30pm

Incisive analysis of current social and political issues in Australia and around the world.

Guardian Australia

7:30pm – 8pm

Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia

The Conversation

8pm – 8:30pm

Reader's Digest

8:30pm – 9pm

The Economist

9pm – 9:30pm

Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine

Ablequest

9:30pm – 9:45pm

An informative program discussing the latest in assistive technologies and initiatives for anyone living with disability, presented by Barbara Sullivan, Elaine…

Colours of Australia

9:45pm – 10pm

With 30% of Australia’s population coming from non-English speaking backgrounds, Menaka Cooke interviews some of the many remarkable migrants from…

Kaleidoscope

10pm – 10:30pm

A kaleidoscopic look at stories and articles that reflect our multi-faceted world from sources including Spectrum, This England, The Oldie, Evergreen, Sydney Uni Alumni Magazine, the weekend papers and much more.

Book at Bedtime

10:30pm – 11pm

Episodic book readings before bed.

BBC World Service

11pm – 5am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

Sponsor Programs

5am – 6am

5:00 – Leading The Way, 5:25 – Insight For Living, 5:50 – ChristianityWorks

The Economist

6am – 6:30am

Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine

Guardian Australia

6:30am – 7am

Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia

Breakfast

7am – 8:30am

We’ve got everything you need to start each brand new day with enthusiasm! Join us for the daily newspaper headlines, columns, and arts and lifestyle sections from all the major newspapers. We even read the horoscopes.

Profile

8:30am – 8:45am

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

Death Notices

8:45am – 8:50am

Death notices from The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

8:50am – 10am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

The Daily Telegraph

10am – 11am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

BBC World Service

11am – 11:30am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

The Australian

11:30am – 12:45pm

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

Letters To The Editors

12:45pm – 1pm

A selection of ‘Letters to the Editors’ from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

Lunchtime Book

1pm – 1:30pm

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm.

Gardening Show

1:30pm – 2pm

Articles about plants, gardening, and growing food.

Good Food

2:30pm – 3pm

Articles about food, wine, and fine dining. From the pages of the SMH Good Food liftout and other sources.

2RPH Signals

3pm – 3:15pm

A 15-minute monthly program covering the latest 2RPH news. Expect to hear updates on the station, our volunteers, and insights into individual programs.

Aviation Digest

3:15pm – 3:30pm

Readings from the world of aviation.

Travel Time

3:30pm – 4pm

Learn all about the world through the comfort of your own home with Travel Time. The program features articles on national and international travel destinations, as well as different ways of travelling.

Features Forum

4pm – 5:30pm

Catch up on your favourite shows from 2RPH.

Children's Book Reading

5:30pm – 6pm

Book readings for younger audiences.

Choice Magazine

6pm – 6:30pm

Readings from the fortnightly publication of the same name

Spectrum

6:30pm – 7pm

Readings of selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald weekend lift out

30 Laps

7pm – 7:30pm

Take the toll-free expressway to stories of interest around cars both old and new, as well as the people who built, designed, drove, raced and made them famous, and at some times, infamous.

Health Matters

7:30pm – 8pm

Readings from various newspaper and magazine articles related to health and well-being

Australian Women's Weekly

8pm – 8:30pm

Feature articles and personal stories from this long-running iconic Australian magazine for women.

Monitor World

8:30pm – 9pm

Readings from the online edition of The Christian Science Monitor

Money Magazine

9pm – 9:30pm

Produced by Vision Australia Radio, Money Magazine features articles from Australia’s longest-running and most-read personal finance magazine, Money. It’s easy-to-understand financial news, advice, reviews and awards.

Computalk

9:30pm – 10pm

An informative program featuring articles on all things computers and technology.

Frankie

10pm – 10:30pm

Readings from Frankie – a beautifully designed modern arts and crafts magazine with interviews and thoughtful pieces about books, food and cultural trends for the 18–40 age bracket

Book at Bedtime

10:30pm – 11pm

Episodic book readings before bed.

BBC World Service

11pm – 5am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

Sponsor Programs

5am – 6am

5:00 – Leading The Way, 5:25 – Insight For Living, 5:50 – ChristianityWorks

Health Matters

6am – 6:30am

Readings from various newspaper and magazine articles related to health and well-being

Spectrum

6:30am – 7am

Readings of selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald weekend lift out

Breakfast

7am – 8:30am

We’ve got everything you need to start each brand new day with enthusiasm! Join us for the daily newspaper headlines, columns, and arts and lifestyle sections from all the major newspapers. We even read the horoscopes.

Profile

8:30am – 8:45am

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

Death Notices

8:45am – 8:50am

Death notices from The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

8:50am – 10am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

The Daily Telegraph

10am – 11am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

BBC World Service

11am – 11:30am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

The Australian

11:30am – 12:45pm

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

Letters To The Editors

12:45pm – 1pm

A selection of ‘Letters to the Editors’ from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

Lunchtime Book

1pm – 1:30pm

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm.

Guardian Australia

1:30pm – 2pm

Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia

Bookshelf

2:30pm – 3pm

The perfect program for book lovers! Bookshelf reads book reviews and news from popular newspapers and magazines.

Muse

3pm – 3:30pm

Muse is a program focused on books, art and music.

Mindfood

3:30pm – 4pm

Readings – smart thinking

Features Forum

4pm – 5:30pm

Catch up on your favourite shows from 2RPH.

Children's Book Reading

5:30pm – 6pm

Book readings for younger audiences.

Granta

6pm – 6:30pm

Granta is a quarterly literary magazine published in book form four times a year. It is respected around the world for its mix of outstanding new fiction, poetry, reportage, memoir, photography and art.

History Today

6:30pm – 7pm

Readings from History Today magazine – historic events, people and occasions revisited. “What Happened Then, Matters Now”.

Unearthed

7pm – 7:30pm

Unearthed is a program with a compilation of readings about archaeology.

New Scientist

7:30pm – 8pm

Readings from New Scientist magazine

Science & Environment

8pm – 8:30pm

“The science of everything” from Cosmos magazine about

What's In Space

8:30pm – 9pm

A program about stars, planets, and the universe.

Gardening Show

9pm – 9:30pm

Articles about plants, gardening, and growing food.

Green Advocate

9:30pm – 10pm

Readings from various environmental magazines

Living Planet

10pm – 10:30pm

Environmental news from Deutsche Welle, for a European glimpse

Book at Bedtime

10:30pm – 11pm

Episodic book readings before bed.

BBC World Service

11pm – 5am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

Sponsor Programs

5am – 6am

5:00 – Leading The Way, 5:25 – Insight For Living, 5:50 – ChristianityWorks

New Scientist

6am – 6:30am

Readings from New Scientist magazine

Science & Environment

6:30am – 7am

“The science of everything” from Cosmos magazine about

Breakfast

7am – 8:30am

We’ve got everything you need to start each brand new day with enthusiasm! Join us for the daily newspaper headlines, columns, and arts and lifestyle sections from all the major newspapers. We even read the horoscopes.

Profile

8:30am – 8:45am

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

Death Notices

8:45am – 8:50am

Death notices from The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

8:50am – 10am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

The Daily Telegraph

10am – 11am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

BBC World Service

11am – 11:30am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

The Australian

11:30am – 12:45pm

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

Letters To The Editors

12:45pm – 1pm

A selection of ‘Letters to the Editors’ from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

Lunchtime Book

1pm – 1:30pm

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm.

Choice Magazine

1:30pm – 2pm

Readings from the fortnightly publication of the same name

Money Magazine

2pm – 2:30pm

Produced by Vision Australia Radio, Money Magazine features articles from Australia’s longest-running and most-read personal finance magazine, Money. It’s easy-to-understand financial news, advice, reviews and awards.

The Economist

2:30pm – 3pm

Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine

The Spectator

3pm – 3:30pm

Readings from the weekly British magazine

The Conversation

3:30pm – 4pm

Features Forum

4pm – 5:30pm

Catch up on your favourite shows from 2RPH.

Children's Book Reading

5:30pm – 6pm

Book readings for younger audiences.

The Koori Mail

6pm – 6:30pm

A national newspaper 100% Aboriginal owned and self-funded, with news and stories focused on the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Talking Vision

6:30pm – 7pm

Interviews and information from Vision Australia for people with a vision impairment.

People in Profile

7pm – 7:30pm

Readings from newspaper Profile – features the background behind the public image

The Monthly

7:30pm – 8pm

Readings – Australian politics, society and the arts

The Saturday Paper

8pm – 8:30pm

Long-form journalism and in-depth coverage of current affairs, arts and Australian politics.

The Big Issue

8:30pm – 9pm

Readings from the fortnightly, independent magazine that is sold on the streets by homeless people

The New Statesman

9pm – 9:30pm

Readings from Britain’s current affairs and politics magazine

Australian Police Journal

9:30pm – 10pm

Australian Police Journal (APJ) is a program based on articles from one of Australasia’s pre-eminent non-fiction publications about policing. The feature articles read in this 30-minute program showcase contemporary policing issues and the investigatio

Accent on Asia

10pm – 10:30pm

Readings from the Asian press

Book at Bedtime

10:30pm – 11pm

Episodic book readings before bed.

BBC World Service

11pm – 5am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

Sponsor Programs

5am – 6am

5:00 – Leading The Way, 5:25 – Insight For Living, 5:50 – ChristianityWorks

History Today

6am – 6:30am

Readings from History Today magazine – historic events, people and occasions revisited. “What Happened Then, Matters Now”.

Unearthed

6:30am – 7am

Unearthed is a program with a compilation of readings about archaeology.

Breakfast

7am – 8:30am

We’ve got everything you need to start each brand new day with enthusiasm! Join us for the daily newspaper headlines, columns, and arts and lifestyle sections from all the major newspapers. We even read the horoscopes.

Profile

8:30am – 8:45am

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

Death Notices

8:45am – 8:50am

Death notices from The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

8:50am – 10am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

The Daily Telegraph

10am – 11am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

BBC World Service

11am – 11:30am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

The Australian

11:30am – 12:45pm

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

Letters To The Editors

12:45pm – 1pm

A selection of ‘Letters to the Editors’ from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

Lunchtime Book

1pm – 1:30pm

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm.

Monitor World

1:30pm – 2pm

Readings from the online edition of The Christian Science Monitor

The Koori Mail

2pm – 2:30pm

A national newspaper 100% Aboriginal owned and self-funded, with news and stories focused on the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Spectrum

2:30pm – 3pm

Readings of selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald weekend lift out

Ablequest

3pm – 3:15pm

An informative program discussing the latest in assistive technologies and initiatives for anyone living with disability, presented by Barbara Sullivan, Elaine…

New Horizons

3:15pm – 3:30pm

News from Blind Citizens Australia

Talking Vision

3:30pm – 4pm

Interviews and information from Vision Australia for people with a vision impairment.

Sideshow

3:30pm – 3:30pm

With Sideshow (previously Activated Arts podcast) explore the unconventional talent and distinctive work of professional arts practitioners with disability. Presenters…

Features Forum

4pm – 5:30pm

Catch up on your favourite shows from 2RPH.

Children's Book Reading

5:30pm – 6pm

Book readings for younger audiences.

Pearls and Irritations

6pm – 6:30pm

Progressive, liberal commentary on issues that impact Australians, with articles that focus on politics, public policy and world affairs.

The New Yorker

6:30pm – 7pm

Readings – selected articles from The New Yorker magazine

Diva

7pm – 7:30pm

Features on lifestyle issues affecting young lesbian and bisexual women, non-binary people, and their allies.

Time Magazine

7:30pm – 8pm

Readings from both the hard copy and online versions of Time Magazine

Aeon

8pm – 8:30pm

A world of ideas – in-depth essays from Aeon online.

Film Club

8:30pm – 9pm

Movie reviews from a variety of online sources.

Hear This

9pm – 10pm

Readings from Vision Australia’s library

Muse

9:30pm – 10am

Muse is a program focused on books, art and music.

Music Room

10pm – 10:30pm

A music program

Book at Bedtime

10:30pm – 11pm

Episodic book readings before bed.

BBC World Service

11pm – 5am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

People in Profile

7am – 7:30am

Readings from newspaper Profile – features the background behind the public image

Christian Science Weekly Perspective

7:30am – 8am

Sponsored program. Christian Science Weekly Perspective consists of articles published in The Christian Science Monitor explaining how people have overcome challenges by a clear sense of God’s love as taught and practised by Christ Jesus.

Breakfast

8am – 9:30am

We’ve got everything you need to start each brand new day with enthusiasm! Join us for the daily newspaper headlines, columns, and arts and lifestyle sections from all the major newspapers. We even read the horoscopes.

Profile

9:30am – 9:45am

Profile repeat

Death Notices

9:45am – 10am

Death notices from The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

10am – 11am

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

The Daily Telegraph

11am – 12pm

Listen back to our daily newspaper readings here! Featuring our Breakfast program, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The…

Aviation Digest

12pm – 12:15pm

Readings from the world of aviation.

The Weekend Australian

12:15pm – 1:15pm

Readings live from the newspaper The Australian.

Saturday Newspaper Feature Magazines

1:15pm – 2pm

Readings – magazine features

New Horizons

2pm – 2:15pm

News from Blind Citizens Australia

The Newcastle Herald

2pm – 4pm

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials

Illawarra Mercury

2pm – 4pm

Readings from the Illawarra Mercury, covering the latest news from Wollongong and surrounding areas.

Features Forum

2:15pm – 4pm

Catch up on your favourite shows from 2RPH.

Ageing with Attitude

4pm – 4:30pm

Attitude is everything. Why let ageing get you down when it can be one of the happiest and most meaningful times in your life? A time to flaunt your own style, know your friends from your acquaintances and value health as the real wealth. This program

The Senior

4:30pm – 5pm

Articles for older Australians. The Senior has been a trusted source of information for people aged over 50 since 1978.

New Idea

5pm – 5:30pm

Readings – selected articles from the magazine

Get Together

5:30pm – 6pm

Readings – a kaleidoscope of items

Good Food

6pm – 6:30pm

Articles about food, wine, and fine dining. From the pages of the SMH Good Food liftout and other sources.

Kaleidoscope

7:30pm – 8pm

A kaleidoscopic look at stories and articles that reflect our multi-faceted world from sources including Spectrum, This England, The Oldie, Evergreen, Sydney Uni Alumni Magazine, the weekend papers and much more.

The Smithsonian

8pm – 8:30pm

Readings from the official journal published by the Smithsonian Institution

Sideshow

8:30pm – 9pm

With Sideshow (previously Activated Arts podcast) explore the unconventional talent and distinctive work of professional arts practitioners with disability. Presenters…

Music Room

9pm – 9:30pm

A music program

Read A Record

9:30pm – 10pm

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

The Monthly

10pm – 10:30pm

Readings – Australian politics, society and the arts

People in Profile

10:30pm – 11pm

Readings from newspaper Profile – features the background behind the public image

BBC World Service

11pm – 12am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

Leading the Way (Sponsor program)

6:30am – 7am

Presented by Dr. Michael Youssef, Leading the Way explores today’s issues and provides Biblical solutions to the challenges Christians are facing today.

Hour of Power

7am – 8am

Sponsored program. Hour of Power is a religious program from the US, hosted by Bobby Schuller, the grandson of founder and first host, Robert H. Schuller. The program explores how God and the Christian faith have changed people’s lives for the better. V

Insight for Living (Sponsor program)

8am – 8:30am

Insight For Living provides simple, clear and relevant Bible teachings and resources, to help you better understand who Jesus is and deepen your relationship with God.

Travel Time

8:30am – 9am

Learn all about the world through the comfort of your own home with Travel Time. The program features articles on national and international travel destinations, as well as different ways of travelling.

Accent on Asia

9am – 9:30am

Readings from the Asian press

The Monthly

9:30am – 10am

Readings – Australian politics, society and the arts

The Sunday Papers

10am – 12:30pm

A compilation of articles from The Sun Herald and The Sunday Telegraph.

Sporting Pages

12:30pm – 1pm

Readings – selected articles from the sporting press

History Today

1pm – 1:30pm

Readings from History Today magazine – historic events, people and occasions revisited. “What Happened Then, Matters Now”.

The Religion Review

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Readings from the religious press

Living Planet

2:30pm – 3pm

Environmental news from Deutsche Welle, for a European glimpse

Green Advocate

3pm – 3:30pm

Readings from various environmental magazines

Computalk

3:30pm – 4pm

An informative program featuring articles on all things computers and technology.

30 Laps

4pm – 4:30pm

Take the toll-free expressway to stories of interest around cars both old and new, as well as the people who built, designed, drove, raced and made them famous, and at some times, infamous.

The New Statesman

4:30pm – 5pm

Readings from Britain’s current affairs and politics magazine

The Star Observer

5pm – 5:30pm

Readings from The Sydney Star Observer – Australia’s longest-running publication for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities.

Animates

5:30pm – 6pm

Animates is the show that focuses on everything that comes with fur, feathers, scales, and tails. Looking at all types of animals – how they live, and how we live with them. Hosted by Jodie Meidling.

Inclusive Agenda

6pm – 6:30pm

Emma Rossi presents a program offering inclusivity in the broader sense, covering connections, community, and kindness. Launching a new episode…

Pearls and Irritations

6:30pm – 7pm

Progressive, liberal commentary on issues that impact Australians, with articles that focus on politics, public policy and world affairs.

Health Matters

7pm – 7:30pm

Readings from various newspaper and magazine articles related to health and well-being

New Scientist

7:30pm – 8pm

Readings from New Scientist magazine

Geographica

8pm – 8:30pm

Readings from Australian Geographic and other environmental magazines

Messages of Hope

9pm – 9:15pm

Sponsored program. Listen to interviews and discussions offering real hope to cope with life’s challenges. For more information on the program, visit: www.messagesofhope.org.au.

Meditative Moments

9:15pm – 9:30pm

A program dedicated to living and making time for oneself, stress management, healing and loving relationships. Providing empowerment for the week ahead and relaxation to ready you for sleep.

BBC World Service

9:30pm – 12am

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.