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AUTUMN 2006 PROGRAM GUIDE
Radio Station of the Year & your Festival Station 2006
the essence of the
Adelaide Festival of the Arts.
Join Cath Kenneally each weekday. Live from the Exeter balcony
9am to noon Weekdays
Mon 27th Feb – Fri 10th
March 1 to 17 March
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Our studios and production facilities are
a proactive approach. We provide The University
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production and are available for hire. We access for community members to get of Adelaide,
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Radio Adelaide survives and prospers diversity, independence, innovation and to realise that we have an audience you
thanks to the support of our listeners, localism. can’t reach elsewhere. Our 500 volunteers
sponsors and these organisations:
and staff who bring you our programs
Our coverage of special events in and keep it all running. And ﬁnally, our
Adelaide – small and large – also helped subscribers: your personal commitment and
get us the gong, including in 2005 the endorsement means everything to us.
Festival of Ideas, Mental Health Week,
Womadelaide, the Feast Festival, Refugee And now on with 2006 – we’ve got some
Week and probably biggest of all in 2005, exciting new programs for you starting this
Program Guide design & layout: our weeklong Radio NAIDOC special March – it's all inside.. .and on the air.
Deb Welch, Olivia Power, Shadia Design
Photography: Radio Adelaide Staff broadcast. The judges thought so too, and Happy listening.
Printed by Finsbury Printing our Nunga Wangga team was also a big
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Student Radio is Back!
On air since 1974, Student Radio on Radio
Adelaide has been Australia's longest running and
most dynamic student-run radio project. Thousands
of students have gained skills and experience,
introduced new forms of radio and had the chance
to communicate about things that are important to
them over these 30 years and many thousands of
younger listeners have tuned in to hear stuff they
wont get anywhere else.
Then along came VSU ... and it looked like curtains
for Student Radio along with many other activities
supported through student union fees.
But creativity and innovation are one of hallmarks of
both community radio people and students - and so
we've found a way to keep it alive in 2006, whilst
we look for alternative forms of support.
Everyone is working harder and smarter, and
we are looking to sponsors, from business and Student Radio - 10pm to 1am every weeknight
community organsiations, to come on board to supported by Adelaide University Union, the Students Association of Flinders
support real youth access and culture. Can you University and the University of South Australia Students Association.
M agnet colloquial: a word element indicating
a person who attracts someone or something of
the kind speciﬁed, as fringe magnet.
We’re attracting you to plug in, tune in and get
yourselves stuck on FRINGE MAGNET! Radio
Adelaide’s Fringe radio show.
Every weekday afternoon, for 2 weeks, join
Raymond Zada and Marnie Round for all the
news, reviews, giveaways, ticket specials, music
and gossip of this year's 2006 Adelaide Fringe
Broadcasting live from the Exeter balcony, Rundle
Mon Feb 27 – Fri March 10
3.30 - 5.30pm.
Sit back, relax and become a Fringe Magnet!
Every morning from March 1-17th, Festivescence decants premier
cru Festival bubbly, the best of each day of the 2006 Adelaide
Festival of Arts. Cath Kenneally hosts three hours daily of live
interviews, reviews, music and recorded Festival material, including
a daily half-hour chat with a Writers Week star and a daily debrief
with a visiting visual artist.
As Festival performers arrive in town, they’ll be dropping by Radio
Adelaide to talk about their shows. Director Brett Sheehy will be a
regular guest, and as the fun begins, Radio Adelaide regulars will
be presenting their verdicts on Festival acts.
Be sure of having the latest word on the best of this Fest, as well as
the chance to pick up great giveaways.
Festivescence 9am to noon, every weekday,
March 1 to 17.
Some of the over 400 Australian and
international performers include:
Jimmy Cliff (Jamaica); Evelyn Glennie
. (Scotland); Orchestra Baobab (Senegal); Paul
Kelly & the Stormwater Boys (Australia); La
Bottine Souriante (French-Canadian) ; Miriam
Makeba (South Africa); The Dhol Foundation
(UK/India collective); Sharon Shannon &
Friends (Ireland); Ba Cissoko (Guinea); Talvin
Singh (UK/India); Saltwater Band (Australia);
Jeff Lang (Australia); The Audreys (Australia);
Womadelaide is one of this country’s best and Doch (Australia).
– and best loved - music festivals, showcasing a
View www.womadelaide.com.au for the full
huge array of talented performers from around
the world. You’ll be able to experience the
glorious global sounds and exciting atmosphere of Don’t miss Womadelaide 2006 Live!
Womadelaide 2006, when Radio Adelaide once
again presents our very special coverage of this Saturday & Sunday
annual event in March, live and direct from Botanic March 11 &12,
5.30 – 8.30pm
Radio Adelaide coordinates a production and
presentation team of broadcasters from stations
around the country. So as well as reaching Radio
Adelaide listeners in the metro area, Womadelaide
2006 Live! is also heard by a national radio
audience of about one million people via two
community radio satellite services (ComRadSat and
the National Indigenous Radio Service.)
This year’s program presenters are Seth Jordan
(from Canberra’s Artsound), Roger Holdsworth &
Systa BB (both from Melbourne’s 3PBS) and Radio
Adelaide’s Jane Costessi, who will introduce live
crosses to concert stages and interview artists from
the dazzling lineup.
Radio Adelaide Program Guide Autumn 2006 3
WELCOME TO THE CITY OF ADELAIDE
It’s all here in the City of Adelaide
Call into the Visitor Information Centre, Rundle Mall
or log onto www.adelaidecitycouncil.com
Your Rights At Night
(Worth Listening to) Thursdays, 6pm
SA Unions is hitting the airwaves with the ﬁrst ever union
radio program to be broadcast in South Australia. Each
week their dynamic team of presenters will pack the hour
program with information about your rights at work, union
campaigns and activities and other social issues. They'll
also feature local bands, political music, comedy skits and
interviews with local union and community identities.
the Your Rights at Work team, l>r: Nadine Levy, Vicki Snelson-Grifﬁn,
Catherine Zengerer and Erin Brooks,
The program also aims to increase the awareness and
knowledge of members of our community about the new
workplace laws, with promotion of the Your Rights at Work Your Rights at Night is an alternative ‘voice’ to the often
– Worth Fighting For campaign. It will provide listeners with misleading and selective information
the opportunity to learn ﬁrst–hand about the impact of the dished out by mainstream media about
new workplace laws on working South Australians through important issues to the community. Smart
worker stories and experiences. Look out for special features and sassy, it’s grassroots activism at its
on low paid workers, women and young people. best - deﬁnitely worth listening to.
also at 6pm weeknights as part of our new grassroots and action hour
Stir Supplying the context Sundays 9am
World Vision's V-Gen Tuesdays 6pm In the fast-paced world of journalism news stories often don’t
get the space they deserve. In the midst of ﬂeeting sound
Vision Generation is World Vision's youth movement and bytes and images we hear about the who, what, and where
they want to STIR your world. Young people with passion, of an event but little time is devoted to the how and why.
STIR radio brings a new dimension to global issues. Tune We get the news story but not the Back Story.
in for interviews with Aussie musos, local and international
activists and the leaders of all your favourite non-government So, on a Sunday morning – when there’s a little space for
organisations and grassroots action networks. some quiet reﬂection – let Back Story on Radio Adelaide help
ﬂesh out the details of those stories that got you asking the
question “Well how did that come to happen?”
Represent Providing perspective on politics, people and places, Back
Story is presented by a team with a long history in issues
Yes we are interested based radio at Radio Adelaide: Neil Smart, Malcolm
in politics Hughes, John Bruni and Nikki Marcel.
Paris, Richard, Sam and Jake are The Representatives of a
new wave of active youth. Join them for another perspective
on big issues as well as alternative music, interviews and
views from the street.
A pioneering radio program in Adelaide, after only three
years on air. NEO Voices moves to this new timeslot from
March. NEO Voices are the voices of young people from
some of Adelaide's new and emerging communities. See
Adelaide and Australia through their eyes, ﬁnd out about the
cultures they bring and the new culture they are absorbing
and get to know a whole new world of music.
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with the Australian Refugee
Grab yourself a halal sausage, pull up
a banana lounge and join ARA for a
housewarming BBQ of a different kind, each
Wednesday night. Gather round the hot
plate for a one hour radio BBQ and hear
about the latest refugee focussed news and
Settling In explores the question, ‘when is
a refugee no longer a refugee and just
another ordinary Australian?’
Many people do not like being
labelled a refugee or asylum
seeker as they did not choose to Settling In team l>r, Xavier Minniecon, Nikki Marcel, Suzanne Carlton, Christine Gamble, Linda McIntyre
leave their homelands but were
forced to in fear of their lives. Much of the media attention Feeling a part of the Australian community is often a
given to refugees and asylum seekers focuses upon the considerably harder and longer part of the refugee
trauma of leaving their homes and moments of arrival, experience. Yet, once refugees are settled, they become
by plane and by boat. Refugees and asylum seekers are valuable members of our society with a huge range of skills
boundlessly asked to ‘tell their story’, while less is known and experiences to share.
about everyday life beyond the ﬁrst stages of arrival.
Settling In is a celebration of the courage, endurance and
The process of settling in to their new home can be extremely contributions made by refugees and asylum seekers in our
challenging and is different for everyone. Factors such community.
as whether people have come from an urban or rural
background, education levels and time in detention or
refugee camps can make a signiﬁcant difference. Jazz goes Primetime
Adelaide's best evening jazz show is
Multibrain now 7-9pm Tuesday to Friday
(not forgetting midday every weekday & Jazz
Breakfast with Peter Godfrey, weekdays, 6.30 -9am till dawn, Mondays 1am)
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and for a radio station it’s an essential time to engage listeners who are busy
preparing theirs. Presenter Peter Godfrey has been in the chair since September last year and is rapidly building a devoted
following with his warm and engaging presence. But he’s
not alone in the early morning Radio Adelaide studios.
An enormous amount of work goes into producing our
Breakfast program because we know you’re interested in
far more than we could possibly imagine... from arts to
politics, reviews, local life, events and so much more.
As curious as you are, we don’t just have a local focus,
we present stories from across the country and around the
world that don’t necessarily make the morning papers.
Putting that all together takes a very special team of
Producers who bring to the program many and varied
experiences, skills, views, ideals and beliefs.
Their preparation begins the day before, checking media
releases, newspapers, magazines, websites and more
for different, diverse and imaginative story ideas, then
brainstorming to come up with the right angle. Then
comes the long process of locating someone interesting
to interview. Modern communications haven’t necessarily
made it easier and it’s not uncommon to still be chasing
that special person late in the day. But with the team's
positive energy, sense of humour and camaraderie it
always comes together in time to be on air every morning Peter Godfrey, front, with producers l>r: Carolyn Pickering, Nikki Marcel,
Kate Baldock, Logan Bold, Jordan Rush and Deanna Rohrsheim.
at 6.30. Time to wake up!
Radio Adelaide Program Guide Autumn 2006 9
Adelaide Concert Hour May 15
local classical performances #MOZART Piano sonata,Bb,k570, Sachido Hidaka.p
Mondays 11am #BEETHOVEN Sonata, violin & piano, Eb,op12 no3, Ingrid
Homburg,vn; Yuh T’sun Wu,p
*RESPIGHI Pines of Rome, Elder Con. Symphony Orchestra, Keith
March 20 Crellin (cond)
*JS BACH Violin concerto, E, BWV 1042, Ingrid Homburg,vn; May 22
Elder Con. Chamber Orchestra,cond:Keith Crellin § SITSKY Sonata No. 1 for solo ﬂute, Monica Fynnaart, ﬂ
#HAYDN Piano sonata,F, Keturah Dennison,p ¤ MARTINU Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano, Elizabeth Koch, ﬂ, John
*BRAHMS Sonata, violin & piano,no1,G, op78, Natsuko Kaboff, vc, Diana Harris, p
Yoshimoto,vn; Lucinda Collins,p « FUKUSHIMA Mei, for solo ﬂute, Lucie Chapman, ﬂ
« XENAKIS Psappha, Amanda Grigg, percussion
+ CARY Black, White and Rose, for percussion and tape, Richard May 29
Pusz, percussion *JS BACH Trio sonata,no1,Eb,BWV525, for organ, Stephen Van
« McCARTHY Rimbalsy, for percussion and electronics, Amanda Der Hoek,org
Grigg, percussion *MOZART Sonata for violin & piano,Eb,k481, Natsuko
* DEBUSSY Sonata for Violin and Piano, William Hennessy, vn; Yoshimoto,vn Lucinda Collins,p
Lucinda Collins, p *BEETHOVEN Piano sonata no14,C#min,’Moonlight’op27,no2, Ian
° HINDEMITH Trauermusik, Adelaide Chamber Orchestra, Roderick Munro,p
Brydon (cond), Juris Ezergailis, vla *Philip HALL Solomon’s songs – The Rose of Sharon, Eve Vocal Trio
April 3 Recorded at
*JS BACH Suite no2, Dmin, for cello, BWV1008, Janis Laurs,vc * Elder Hall Lunch Hour Concert # Recitals Australia
#MENDELSSOHN Andante & rondo capriccio, op14, Miriam § Hartley Concert Room recital + Barossa Music Festival
Grynchuk,p ¤ Chamber Players of South Australia recital « Student recital
*SHOSTAKOVICH Piano quintet, Gmin, op57, Anthony Hunt,p; ° Adelaide Chamber Orchestra concert < Elder Hall recital
Melanie Radke & Sarah McCartney,vns; William Newbery,va; Paul
+ DAVIES Tenebrae Super Gesualdo, Lights, Grahame Dudley (cond)
outstanding public talks
° GUBAIDULINA Homage to T.S. Eliot, Adelaide Chamber
Orchestra, Richard Mills (cond)
« VARESE Density 21.5, Kylee Smith, ﬂ
Condemn Terror – not our Human Rights
* MOZART Sonata,F, Piano 4 hands, k497, David Lockett & Isabelle
Melanie Brown, Chris Hanna, Kate Reynolds, Linda Kirk, Terry Hicks,
# LISZT Legend no2 Leonie Horvat,p
Presented by Amnesty International and the Fair Go for David Group
# HINDEMITH Sonata for clarinet & piano Sheree Klopp,cl; Jamie
recorded: Norwood Concert Hall / 18 November 2005
March 12, March 19, March 26
Highlights from Writers Week / Festival Forums 2006
# PROKOFIEV Piano Sonata no. 7, Stephen van der Hoek, p
Details available at radio.adelaide.edu.au by 9/3
° GINASTERA Variaciones Concertantes, Chamber Orchestra, John
+ TORMIS Raua Needmine, for choir and drums, Adelaide
International Alert - Women’s Rights in Development
Chamber Singers, Carl Crossin (cond), Richard Pusz, percussion
Sun-Hee Lee, Director, Health, Population & Gender, AusAID, Julie
Mundy, CEO/Regional Rep, Marie Stopes International Australia,
May 1 Ann Killen, School of Social Work & Social Policy, University of
*JS BACH Brandenburg concerto Adelaide. Presented as part
no5, D, BWV1050, soloists: Julia of the World Vision / AusAid
Brittain vn; Hayley Radke,ﬂ; Stephen If you would like a copy of a Radio International Alert Forum
Van Der Hoek, hpsc; Jason Thomas,
Kelly Roberts, Annie Roberts, vns;
Adelaide program or a recording we've Series and the The Hawke
Neil Thompson,va; Therese O’Brien, made, or you'd like us to record a concert recorded: Adelaide Town Hall
Kim Worley,vcs; Nathan Wright, db or event ...it's easy! Just give us a call on 7 February 2006
#MOZART Sonata, violin & piano,
Eb,k302, Warwick Adney,vn; Mark
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*RAVEL Rapsodie Espagnole, Leigh Services are at radio.adelaide.edu.au/ Week / Festival Forums
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+ PÄRT Magniﬁcat, Adelaide
Chamber Singers, Carl Crossin (cond) April 16
« FELDMAN The King of Denmark, Amanda Grigg, percussion Recovering the Human: The disappearance of people in
< MESSIAEN Le merle noir, Zdenek Bruderhans, ﬂ; Clemens Leske the 21st Century
Senior, p Shane Elson, Australian distributor/producer for Alternative Radio
* BRITTEN Lachrymae Op. 48 for viola and piano, Keith Crellin, Presented by the International College of Celebrancy
viola, Stefan Ammer, p recorded: Morwell, Vic / 25 October 2005
+ STAHMER Song-Lines IV – “Sacred Sites”, Peter Waters, p
Highlights from Writers Week / Festival Forums 2006 Sponsors Spotlight:
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Artists Working in Prisons It began with sponsorship of our hit Radio Play Just Like That
John Bergman, founder/director of Stonewall Arts Project and Geese by Stephen House. Domenic and Daniela Zagari of un caffè
Theatre Company in the US, talks about his 25 years experience bar were keen to support Radio Adelaide, their next door
using theatre and arts within the criminal justice system and his
current work with Corrections Victoria
neighbours on North Terrace.
Presented by the Community Arts Network SA
recorded: Community Arts Network SA / 8 December 2005
Short Fuse: Realities and Solutions in Family Violence
Dr Elspeth McInnes, Rob Hall, Dallas Colley
Presented by the United Nations Development Fund for Women
(UNIFEM) Australia and the Hawke Centre
recorded: Mercury Cinema / 24 November 2005
May 17, May 24, May 31
TBA - Details available at radio.adelaide.edu.au by 31/3
Australian writers and writing
produced by Cath Kenneally
Mondays 3.30pm, repeated Saturdays at noon
March 13 un caffè bar owner Domenic Zagari (centre) with Lucas (left) and Josh,
Bob Barrett, the Bondi butcher, on his new crime novel set in a health frothing up for Radio Adelaide subscribers.
retreat in country NSW; The Pelagius Book; and readings from the
30th birthday bash for Friendly Street Poets 'Believing as we do in community, we wanted to get involved
with the community of Radio Adelaide', says Dom. 'It offered
Bryce Courtenay, famous author of The Power of One, revisits painful us an opportunity to provide quality to regular customers and
childhood territory in Whitethorn; Judith Ahmed reads poems of the we plan to reward Radio Adelaide listeners and subscribers
Islamic diaspora with a loyalty card.' Every dollar spent by members and
subscribers at un caffè bar, on coffee or menu items, will
March 27 receive 10 points (equivalent to 10 cents in credit) towards
Sue Brame performs a comic monologue called Chocky; Chrissy your next purchase there.
Amphlett of Divinyls fame talks about Pleasure and Pain, her
autobiography, and Richard Tipping reads some poems Says Daniela, 'We look forward to a long lasting relationship
with our neighbours and to welcoming the Radio Adelaide
Jared Thomas, SA indigenous playwright turns his hand to a novel
family in for a coffee'. Grab a loyalty card from un caffè bar
with no indigenous themes, Sweet Guy, which he reads from and next time you pop into Radio Adelaide.
discusses here; Peter Goldsworthy talks about the transition to
the stage of his ﬁfteen-year-old novel, Honk if You Are Jesus; Sam Interested in Radio Adelaide sponsorship? Please call
Franzway reviews Nine Degrees North, a verse novel by Tim Sinclair
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Azhir Abidi on Passarola Rising, a fantastical tale of the ﬁrst ﬂying Why not join us and become a subscriber? It's your
machine; Gillian Dooley reviews Peter Goldsworthy’s Collected vote of support for a real radio alternative, it only costs
Stories; Sarah Waters, famous UK author of Tipping the Velvet, $52 (or $26 if you hold a concession card) each year
discusses her latest set in the London Blitz, The Night Watch. and there are always great incentives. December prize
winner Frederick Lemar took home two stylish Police
Ray Tyndale reviews new poetry collections by Syd Harrex, Patricia brand watches, valued at $400, while January winner
Irvine and Jennifer Maiden. Tracy Crisp reads some of her new Alex Brown has tickets to all Musica Viva events in 2006,
novel, Black Dust Dancing valued at $800!
April 24 So dont miss out this time... All those
Ruth Starke with a review of Marion Halligan’s The Apricot Colonel; who subscribe or renew in March have
MJ Hyland talks about her new one, Carry Me Down and Cath a chance to really work on those new
Kenneally reviews it. A chat with Val McDermid from Writers Week
year's resolutions - our prize draw is for 6
Leadership Development sessions
1 May from Merydith Willoughby at IB Coaching to the value
Andrew Taylor, US crime writing sensation; Rachel Hennessy reads of $900. How? Just call us on 8303 5000 during
from her novel The Quakers. business hours - or drop in to 228 North Terrace.
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Radio Adelaide People
Face to a Name
Anne Levy Hon French Consul SA, Chair
Jardine Kiwat Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music,
Kathie Muir Dept Social Inquiry, Adelaide Uni Diversity and all that Jazz - the two
Raymond Zada representing volunteers
Nicky Page representing staff things that sum up Meg Abbott’s
Deborah Welch Radio Adelaide Manager life!
Station Workers / Staff
Manager Deborah Welch Diversity because she’s always
Training Manager Nicky Page
Music Co-ordinator Jane Costessi loved learning about different cul-
Development Manager Stacey Pallaras
Lifelong Learning Angelina Edwards
tures – by travelling to places like
Broadcast Co-ordinator Darren van Schaik the Canary Islands and Berlin just
Administration Co-ord Marit de Jager
Audio Production Co-ord Don Balaz
before the wall came down and
Arts Producer Cath Kenneally she “loves ﬁnding and trying dif-
Sales Managers Max Hicks, Ingrid Merrigan
IT Co-ordinator Anthony Gibbs
ferent recipes and trying all sorts
Receptionist Olivia Power of different foods!”
The Wire Annie Hastwell, Andrew Liberts
Education Producer Ewart Shaw
Trainers Don Balaz, Angelina Edwards, Anna Gillam, Even before she had passed her go home and list my CD’s – all 5
Peter Godfrey, Max Hicks, Deanna Rohrsheim, Darren
van Schaik, Raymond Zada Tech Op course back in 2001, of them!” As her knowledge and
Meg was recruited onto the love of jazz has grown so has her
Station Workers / Volunteers
*Aboriginal Message: Kerrynne Liddle, ALRM International Links team, a perfect collection – it’s now well over 300
Adelaide Concert Hour: Alastair Mackintosh, Geoff combination of her two loves: CD’s!
Pullan, Stuart Robison, Ewart Shaw, Luke Altmann
AfroWorld: Joe Tungaraza radio and “ﬁnding out how people
*Albanian Program: Alban Thika, Miri Kadriu live that’s different to how I live”. Meg says “the best part of my post
Alternative Radio: David Barsamian, Shane Elson
*Amistad: Zaida Antezana, Ricardo Ahumada, retirement life is Radio Adelaide.
Noelia Caravajal, Manuel Otero, Elvia Duran And jazz because Meg’s love of Why wouldn’t it be when you’re
Aqueerium: Logan Bold, Diana Hopkinson, Chelsea
Lewis, Owen Saville, Raymond Zada, Dame Nibyl jazz lead her to join the Jazz on doing something you love? It’s such
Thorndyke, Carolyn Pickering
Arts Breakfast: Cath Kenneally, Ewart Shaw, Tim Allan,
the Terrace team. “When I joined a fun place to be and everyone is
Kat McCarthy, Talia Mysak, Marnie Round, Jane the team, my ﬁrst job was to to to so friendly.
Backstory: Neil Smart, John Bruni, Malcolm Hughes,
Beyond the Black Dog: Ian Stathis, Rickos Pietrus, Media Rites: Bachelor of Media students from Geoffrey Mildred, Brian Moore°, Kay Robins°, Nick
Deanna Rohrsheim University of Adelaide Robins° , Norman Stacey, John Turner°, Larry Warren,
* B.H On Air: Mirsada Mohammed, Sulejman Music Libraries: David Dent, Robyn Lidgett, Teresa Helen Wilson°
Julardzijc, Berivana Mohammed McLean, Michelle Peake, Wayne Riggs, Jeff Oates, (°= members of Management Committee)
Bluegrass Unlimited: Bill Lawson Jacqui Smith, Alex McFarlane, Ywaine McCarthy, SA Composers Symposium: Luke Altmann, Alice Keath,
Breakfast with Peter Godfrey: Neil Smart, Nick Prescott, Jordan Rush Alex McFarlane, Stephanie Harris
Malcolm Hughes, Kate Baldock, Deanna Rohrsheim, NEO Voices: Mohammed Abdulahi, Abraham Kon Saturday Blues: Terry Heazlewood, Big Mike Hotz
Carolyn Pickering, Nikki Marcel, Matthew Buckley, Alier, Wala Omer, Mohasen Saleh, Menal Saleh, *Settling In: Nikki Marcel, Xavier Minniecon, Suzanne
Michelle Smith, Jordan Rush, Logan Bold, Alison Jobling Lisa Irawan Carlton, Linda McIntyre, Christine Gamble
Colla Voce: Hugh Cunningham, David Dent, Jeff Oates News: Mark Rush, Carolyn Pickering, Kasia Ozog, State of Play: Myk Mykyta, Ewart Shaw
Coming Out: Lisa Downie, Graham Smith Des Victory, Kat Graue, Ian Stathis, Emma Masters, Stir: Rebecca Gallman, Rowan Mumford, Erin Ridell,
Country Breakfast: Wally Sparrow, Ben Sparrow Crispin Savage, Mark Mooney, Melissa Mack, Linh Skye Riggs
Country Cafe: Sarah Tomlinson, Jim Giles Chung Student Radio: Adelaide Uni: Julia Kazmierczak,
Decks in the City: Nathan Goode NightLight: Mark Rush Nick Ward, Flinders Uni: Adam Wozniak, UniSA: tbc
Democracy Now: from Independent Media, USA Nostalgia: Graham Clarke, Malcolm Benger, Grizell The Angry Hour: Matt Lindquist, Jack Davies
*Expanding Horizons: Clive Brooks, Jane Brooks, Dunstall, Eric Ford, Tom Mitchell Timewarp: Robert Muller
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General: Max Duncan, Malcolm Elliot, Oscar On Campus: Ewart Shaw Stephanie Harrison, Keith Hempton, John Johnston,
Williams, Chris Koufalas, Tania Hannah, Daniel Out of this World: Steve Sokvari Alice Keath, Robyn Lidgett, Paul Lloyd, Pat Masters,
Hamilton Ozzie Rules: Bachelor of Media students from Alex McFarlane, Denis McLoughlin, Reg Mitchell,
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Willis, Elaine Wright Trajlic, Maca Mitanovski, Simeon Dacic, Bobby The Tiki Lounge: Seth Jordan via ComRadSat
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MacFarlane, Neil Smart, Nisa Schebella Graham Clarke, Malcolm Elliott, Keith Green, *Your Rights at Night: Nadine Levy. Vicki Snelson-
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