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A 15-minute monthly program covering the latest 2RPH news. Expect to hear updates on the station, our volunteers, and insights into individual programs.
30 Laps With Dick
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.
Accent on Asia
Readings from the Asian press
Activated Arts is an in-depth multi-arts program. It’s entertaining and enlightening and provides provocative discussions about art, culture and disability. Join presenter Anthea Williams as she talks with artists and arts workers from right across the creative spectrum to explore relevant topics on art, culture and disability. Activated Arts is produced in partnership with Accessible Arts, NSW's peak arts and disability organisation.Read more
Ageing with Attitude
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 explores the joy that only comes with wisdom and the enduring treasures of body, mind and spirit.
Readings - suggestions for you and your pet.
Antiques Radio Show
The Antiques Radio Show is a monthly program about antiques and the decorative arts, presented by Jolyon Warwick James. It explores news, reviews, events objects and goings on in the world of things that are old, beautiful or both – whether valuable or not!
The Paston Treasure, unknown artist, Dutch School, c1663, oil on canvas, Norfolk Museums Service. Image copyright: John HammondRead more
At Home is a 30-minute program on all things ‘home’. From apartment living to acreage, life onboard a boat to a bayside mansion, and everything else in between, this program showcases readings from a variety of sources focused on the place we each call home.
Australian Police Journal
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 investigation of historical crime cases.
Australian Women's Weekly
Profiles of respected women, lifestyle articles, entertainment news and human interest stories - the Australian Women's Weekly has it all. Tune in to the program to catch a range of articles taken from the popular Australian magazine.
Readings from the world of aviation.
BBC News Bulletin
The latest five-minute news bulletin from the BBC World Service, covering breaking global news.
BBC World Service
BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.
Birth and Death Notices
Stay up to date with entries and exits from this beautiful life. Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald
Book at Bedtime
Episodic book readings
The perfect program for book lovers! Bookshelf reads book reviews and news from popular newspapers and magazines.
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.
Monday breakfast includes the five-minute segment 'Older Australians' and Wednesday breakfast includes the five-minute segment 'Disability news', sponsored by Brazier Mobility.
A 15-minute reading from a childrens' or young adult book.
Readings from the fortnightly publication of the same name
Christian Science Weekly Perspective
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.
Sponsored program. If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching. Visit https://christianityworks.com for more information.
An informative program featuring articles on all things computers and technology.
A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.
Readings – with a highly Australian bent
Dr Who Magazine
Dr Who magazine is a magazine devoted to the long-running British science-fiction TV series.
Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.
Let us surprise you!
Readings – technology and innovation from an Australian perspective
Food & Wine
Readings from a number of sources – news about the good life
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
Galleries & Gardens
Readings – news and views from the world of art and public gardens
Readings from Australian Geographic and other environmental magazines
Readings – a kaleidoscope of items
Reading selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald
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. Selected readings are presented by Tomas Drevikovsky.
Readings from various environmental magazines
A popular program, the Griffith Review features articles from the Australian literary magazine of the same name. It has a variety of articles, including essays, memoirs, reportage, short fiction and poetry.
Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia
Health and Wellbeing
Readings – from health related publications
Readings from various newspaper and magazine articles related to health and well-being
Readings from Vision Australia's library
Readings from History Today magazine – historic events, people and occasions revisited. “What Happened Then, Matters Now”.
Hour of Power
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. Visit www.hourofpower.org.au for more information.
Join Vivian Schenker for Inclusive Agenda. The program offers a platform for decision-makers, researchers and innovators to discuss initiatives that affect people with a disability, the elderly and the marginalised. This 30-minute monthly program will provide interviews with key personnel as well as interesting and informative panel discussions airing differing views or complementary views on a key issue or policy.Read more
Insight for Living
Sponsored program. 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.
Insight for Living - Sunday
Readings – all kinds of interesting stuff for the younger generation
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.
Leading the Way
Sponsored program. Presented by Dr. Michael Youssef, Leading the Way explores today’s issues and provides Biblical solutions to the challenges Christians are facing today.
Leading the Way - Sunday
Readings – Australia's classical music and arts magazine providing a comprehensive array of news, CD and live performance reviews, interviews, in-depth features and more.
Little Fictions is a half-hour storytelling program presented by Sydney actor, Ella Watson-Russell. The show features contemporary short stories by authors from across Australia and read by actors, recorded at live performances or in studio.
Missed an episode? Head to the Podcasts page to catch up on all the Little Fictions episodes.
Environmental news from Deutsche Welle, for a European glimpse
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.
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.
Men's Matters is a fortnightly program that covers articles on health, fitness, lifestyle, leisure and mental and physical wellbeing from a male perspective. It is presented by Robert Snars.
Messages of Hope
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.
Readings – smart thinking
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.
Readings from the online edition of The Christian Science Monitor
Muse is a program focused on books, art and music.
A music program
National Radio News
National Radio News (NRN) serves regional and community stations across Australia by providing genuinely independent editorial that is comprehensive, accurate and current.
News from Blind Citizens Australia
Readings – selected articles from the magazine
Readings from New Scientist magazine
New Voices is about the art of storytelling, featuring the work of new writers (most of whom are yet to be published); they provide listeners with writing tips, read a sample of their work, and are critiqued by a complete stranger. Tune in to New Voices to find your way back to why we all want to read and write stories to begin with - sharing experiences, making sense of the world, and creating worlds with words.Read more
Readings from the religious press
People in Profile
Readings from newspaper Profile – features the background behind the public image
In lieu of live newspaper readings, we present a variety of archival programs.
Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.
Radio & TV Guide
Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.
Read A Record
Nostalgic interlude – music and narration
Rural Livestock rounds-up the latest significant cattle, sheep and lamb prices. If you’re a buyer or seller of livestock, we have the numbers you need to know.
Rural News offers a daily wrap of what’s impacting Australia’s farming and regional communities.
Saturday Newspaper Feature Magazines
Readings – magazine features
Science & Environment
Readings from Cosmos magazine
Readings of selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald weekend lift out
Readings – selected articles from the sporting press
Stars & Radio & TV Guide
The stars (horoscopes) and the radio and TV guide
Interviews and information from Vision Australia for people with a vision impairment.
Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial
The Big Issue
Readings from the fortnightly, independent magazine that is sold on the streets by homeless people
The Daily Telegraph
Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials
Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine
The Koori Mail
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.
The Lord's Challenge
Sponsored program. The Lord's Challenge is a program from the Laymen's Evangelical Fellowship International, which is a Christian organisation founded and headquartered in Chennai, India.
Readings – Australian politics, society and the arts
The New Statesman
Readings from Britain's current affairs and politics magazine
The New Yorker
Readings – selected articles from The New Yorker magazine
The Newcastle Herald
Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials
The Savvy Investor
The Savvy Investor explores local and international money and finance news from a range of sources, including the Australian Financial Review, the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, as well as leading commentators.
Readings from the official journal published by the Smithsonian Institution
Readings from the weekly British magazine
The Sunday Papers
A compilation of articles from The Sun Herald and The Sunday Telegraph.
The Sydney Morning Herald
Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial
The Weekend Australian
Readings live from the newspaper
Readings from both the hard copy and online versions of Time Magazine
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.
Unearthed is a program with a compilation of readings about archaeology.
A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences. Visit www.vantagepoint.org.au for more information.
What's The Buzz?
30-minutes of community announcements and things to see and do in NSW to keep you buzzing
Featuring news, gossip and interviews about Australian and international celebrities, as well as some lifestyle and recipes.
Readings – historical items from The Daily Telegraph
Accessing Our Regional Programs
Over the next 12 months we'll be working to increase our regional content. We have already expanded our transmission from Greater Sydney to include Newcastle and the Lower Hunter.
In 2022 we will also broadcast to Wollongong and the Illawarra.
To search for regional programs simply type the location into the Program Search window on the left - eg Newcastle - and all the relevant readings and programs will be listed in the search.
Promoting respect for the cultural, physical and neuro-diversity of our listening community is integral to the mission of Radio 2RPH.
"2RPH embraces the social model approach to disability i.e. which seeks to achieve full participation, equity, and fair treatment by changes to society, rather than through an individual, medical approach.
"Radio 2RPH acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which our station is located, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, as well as the Traditional Owners of the lands across which we broadcast. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners and volunteers."