Tue, 26 April 2022
Radio 2RPH broadcast services now reach from the Lower Hunter to the Illawarra.
Fri, 28 January 2022
Congratulations to 2RPH broadcaster and board member John Martin for being awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to radio broadcasting in the Australia Day Honours list.
Thu, 9 December 2021
In the Antiques Radio Show this month, your host Jolyon Warwick James outdoes Santa Claus with ideas for giving and receiving. He also offers up his Christmas antiques and art quiz - as well as all the answers. Jolyon was photographed by Suthee Creative at the recent 2RPH End of Year Celebration.Read more
Sat, 4 December 2021
2RPH has spent 2 days at the Sydney Disability Expo hobnobbing with providers in the sector and making new friends!Read more
Tue, 23 November 2021
The indefatigable Teresa Plane knows a thing or two about ageing with attitude. In this episode one of our favourite 2RPH presenters explains how to put your best foot forward at a funeral. She exposes the unfair rules of aged care and she profiles the Australian author Susanne Gervay whose books about school bullies and feminism have inspired a generation - or three.Read more
Tue, 16 November 2021
For many humans a loving relationship with a pet can be a life saver, offering companionship, emotional support, and hours of fun. Every fortnight Animates brings you the stories of these fascinating relationships - whether it's a friendship with a blue tongue lizard or a Llama. This week Animates' star reporter Katie Brookes talks to Samantha Partridge about climbing every mountain - sometimes with a monkey on her back.Pic by Sharon McCutcheon.
Tue, 2 November 2021
This month in readings from Granta magazine, Tomas Drevikovsky plunges underground with a fascinating article from Merlin Sheldrake, author of the brilliantly readable, best-selling mushroom expose, Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds and Shape Our Futures. Sheldrake is a witty, imaginative and quirky scientist with a lot to say about the symbiotic genius of the natural world.Read more
Tue, 19 October 2021
Handmade ‘villages’ of spoons that first sprouted on nature strips during the coronavirus lockdowns have brought welcome enjoyment, especially for children, reports Lynne Foley-Jones in the next edition of Junior Journal - or should that be Spoonier Spoornal?Read more