Morning Radio with Ron Green. Join Ron Green every morning from 7 - 9AM as he starts the day with news, weather and transport as well as music from the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's at the best place to be in the morning in the mountians. And put the kettle on.
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Each week Vision Australia Radio's Talking Tech takes you through developments in mainstream and assistive technology from the perspectives of blindness and low vision. Experienced RPH broadcaster Stephen Jolley and Vision Australia Senior Adaptive Technology Consultant David Woodbridge catch up with the latest in the everchanging worlds of smartphones, tablets, smart watches, and the connected home, as well as assistive connective devices that present content in Braille, synthetic speech and enhanced print. They aim to cover the best topics of interest to people who are blind or have low vision, while providing perspective around these topics. One purpose is to save people time in finding out what is new or topical, and help outline technology solutions that may be of use in the home, work place or education setting. Talking Tech believes in spreading the word about how technology can assist in everyday life; by giving people up to date and relevant information, people can make informed choices.Learn more
From national to international corners of the globe Friday Fundays is here to update you on the latest news in Politics, Science and Technology with journalist Julius Alexander to keep you informed on issues that matter to you. For a bit of comedy with a satirical edge on the news catch Borderwatch, a satirical news segment of the Show based in the fictional country of Coalralia and see a different view on the world with Hoolio at CNIBC. (Coalralia’s National Institute’s Broadcasting Channel). Friday Fundays also plays a wide range of music across various genres and time periods from the 60’s all the way to now so tune in every Friday 12 pm to 1pm for News with a twist, kick back and say hello to the weekend with Julius, right here on RBM 89.1.Learn more
Uncle Lex Dadd is a Warmuli man and senior Darug custodian. He has shared culture for over 20 years as Burangilli, and is now Cultural Consultant of the Blue Mountains Aboriginal Cultural Resource Centre. He is also an Adjunct Fellow at the Macquarie University’s Discipline of Geography & Planning, where he leads the Yanama budyari gumada research collective. Uncle Lex is a new member of the Radio Blue Mountains team. He talks culture, explores First Nations issues and shares music from First Nations and allies on ‘Budyari baya - Good Talk’ on Fridays from 2-4pm on 89.1FM Radio Blue Mountains.Learn more
Rights, Rorts & Rants presented by Fran Dyson and Debra Smith on behalf of Blue Mountains Unions & Community In the late 1980s the BMUC was formed by Blue Mountains activists from different unions as a community organisation to "advance unionism, living standards, social justice and employment" in the Blue Mountains. Rights, Rorts & Rants is the voice of the organisation and of the people who believe in its message of social consciousness and responsibility. In August 1997 the BMUC was incorporated in NSW under the Associations Incorporation Act 1984. Our web page - http://bmucinc.com/ Our blog - http://bmuc.blogspot.com/ Click 'Read More' to listen to the latest podcasts.Learn more
Biig BoyZ setting up Friday night & your weekend with a "Musical Gift from the Heavens". Hip Hop, Electronica & Old Skool...to Reggae, Rock & Alternative. Presented by your DJ The Cleaner & your Mac Daddy "Busta Chais". Keeping it sucka free & real on 89.1FM or stream live www.rbm.org.au RADIO BLUE MOUNTAINS.Learn more