News

Our Order Of Australia!

Fri, 18 June 2021

We are delighted to share the news that our colleague and fellow director, Robert Estcourt, has been recognised in the recent Queen's Birthday honours. 

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Board Position Opportunity

Fri, 11 June 2021

We are keen to appoint two new Directors who have a good understanding of governance, finance/fund-raising and broadcast technologies.

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Her Secret Paintings

Wed, 9 June 2021

A new exhibition of the astonishing and visionary work of Hilma af Klint features in this edition of Spectrum. In a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW from 12 June – 19 September 2021 Sydney-siders get a once in a life time chance to peruse the ‘secret paintings’ of the revolutionary Swedish painter. Thought to be the first abstract painter her radical works were considered so odd and alarming in the early 20th Century they were stored away for decades. 
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Portrait by Helena Zay

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Ageing With Attitude

Wed, 9 June 2021

After a $90 million, two-and-a-half-year royal commission inquiry into Aged Care have we received the landmark Australian social policy reform that so many have hoped for? 2RPH reader Teresa Plane also brings you the last word on what  famously well cared for people have said as they died. Apparently Salvador Dali muttered - Where's My Clock?

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Convicts and Cuttlefish

Fri, 4 June 2021

Pickpocket, swindler and three times a convict under three different names, the ingenious James Hardy Vaux features in Australian Geographic this month because he wrote a dictionary of "flash cant" in 1812 . There is also a lovely piece by Cathy Finch about the secret lives of the giant cuttlefish off the coast of the Eyre Peninsula. Read by Diane Sadler.

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Our Exciting New Audio Service

Fri, 4 June 2021

Do you have a manuscript just crying out for rich voices to bring it to life? Our friendly boutique Audio Books service will match you with talented narrators and audio-engineers, turning your manuscript into a high quality Audio-Book at an affordable price!

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Pictured narrator Caroline George mid-record in the new Audio Books Booth

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A Dining Revolution

Fri, 21 May 2021

Top of the menu on the next episode of Food and Wine is a story about the revolution that is transforming traditional fine dining. Hear about the world's exquisite and expensive meat-and-seafood-free menu. Also a peek at the best compostable plastic wraps and a soupcon of winery news.

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The Eleven Madison Park restaurant dining room in Manhattan.

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An Amazing Opportunity

Wed, 19 May 2021

In August Accessible Arts will host its biennial Conference to promote participation and accessibility in the arts across Australia. Arts Activated is a unique opportunity for performers, curators, producers and administrators to share and connect. And whether you join in online or at Western Sydney University’s Parramatta CBD campus, it's a lot of fun.

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