Podcasts and On Demand
Wed, 13 October 2021
For those of you yet to meet our new General Manager Barry Melville, Ablequest presenter Barbara Sullivan has conducted a very thoughtful interview with Barry. It will be available through all our podcast partners next week.Read more
Mon, 27 September 2021
Dr Kim Dunphy was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia for her work with dance therapy in the disability field in 2020. Just a few months later her own dance with life and death ended with pancreatic cancer. We pay tribute to her life's work with this repeat of an Ablequest interview by Barbara Sullivan.Read more
Wed, 22 September 2021
From her home in the US, Nancy Cleveland, Medical Director of Eye Gaze, talks to Elaine Wziontek about a remarkable assistive technology which enables people who are suffering from 'locked in' syndrome to communicate.
Wed, 8 September 2021
Our Antiques Radio Show program has joined the 2RPH stable of global podcasts available through all the major platforms. And no-one is more delighted than presenter Jolyon Warwick James. In this episode he explores some very material oddities and curiosities, including a slew of “well past their use-by-date” comestibles.
Wed, 11 August 2021
The concept that everyone should feel welcome has informed the creation of powerful art works throughout human history - this week in Activated Arts presenter Anthea Williams explores the work of innovative US theatre companies Mixed Blood and Phamaly interviewing a leading practitioner and a marketing specialist about the joys and surprises of radical hospitality in action.
Thu, 5 August 2021
Women living with disability are blowing the glass ceiling apart by sharing their stories. This month 2RPH begins a podcast series called We Can All Be Leaders with the Women With Disability Australia Youth Network, hosted by Jade Taylor. She shares her own journey from starting a new life in Brisbane with her husband James to getting off pain meds and out of her wheelchair.
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.
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.