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  • On finding out you are not Australian

    Fred Hooper used my experiences as an example in an interview on Drive, broadcast on ABC Northern Tasmania

  • Protected: Florence Violet Rae Allen oral history

    There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

  • Mud and mangroves

    Friday Journal was a radio documentary spot at 1pm  on a Friday afternoon. I found this one about mangrove research in FNQ on cassette recently – from about 1982

  • Men and Cattle: history of development in northern Australia

    I found a collection of small audio documentaries recently. They were on cassette so the quality after 30 odd years isn’t great. The talent is historian Peter Forrest. Men and Cattle is a history of development  of the cattle industry in northern Austraia but touches on a lot of other themes. Part one: The Overlanders Part two: […]

  • Tech Talk: Archival audio from the 90s

    In the early 90s I was doing a regular technology spot networked across Local Radio stations. This is a collection of archival audio of that content

  • Testing Tunein embed

    seeing if the 612 stream will work as an embed

  • Make the murky consumable

    Satyajit Das is one of the world’s leading experts in derivatives and risk management. He’s worked in financial markets for over 30 years, and consults to banks and investors. In this conversation, Richard Fidler manages to take the murky financial jargon and turn quite complex ideas into a consumable piece of audio ( originally posted […]

  • Old farm lore

    Each Friday, The Tasmanian Country Hour crew was responsible for a 15 minute radio documentary called Friday Journal. This piece combines some olde English farm lore with some olde English folk songs recorded at a folk festival. Cyril Phillips is a former Sussex farmer with a very strong accent. Cyril also sings some of the […]