As well as Afternoons, and Nightlife.
Suzanne Hill is the go to for Nightlife
Hopefully they can make sure their daily schedules are up to date.
How does AM and PM rate on local radio? They feel like programs that would be better suited to RN.
Better than they do on RN. Haven’t seen a breakdown for a few years but I recall an article where 7:45 to 8:30 (news and AM) was the highest rating portion of the breakfast slot in most markets.
Don’t know about PM.
Waleed Aly will be filling in for Virginia Trioli over the next fortnight.
Catherine Murphy filling in for Matt Preston in Melbourne this morning.
Matt Preston ,the former MasterChef Australia judge?
Yes that’s him.
i think they work on local radio. people who listen to local radio are not news junkies - otherwise they would be on newsradio. AM, the world today and PM are the right length to give good news analysis for non news people without being repetitive. than its back to the 5 min bulletin at the top of the hour
In Sydney, Chris Bath is filling in for Richard Glover, meaning she is directly competing with her husband Jim Wilson over on 2GB.
Josh Szeps is on annual leave, Renee Krosch is filling in for him.
Mary Gearin again filling in for Rafael Epstein on drive in Melbourne this week.
ABC Radio showcases the talents of Indigenous artists and voices throughout NAIDOC Week.
Simon Marnie will present his Weekend Mornings program for ABC Sydney from the 2022 National Indigenous Art Fair, at Overseas Passenger Terminal in The Rocks on Sunday July 3 from 10am-12pm AEST.
Also on Sunday July 3, RN’s This Working Life speaks with proud Torres Strait Islander woman Carla McGrath and proud Yorta Yorta man Ian Hamm about what First Nations perspectives bring to boards. The also look at how to best create systemic changes in your organisation to support and engage with First Nations communities.
On Monday 4 July Live At The Wireless on triple j will feature a live set from Tasman Keith.
On Monday 4 July, ABC Classic will air a new episode of Classic 90 For 90 ‘Quartet and Country’ at 8pm. It will be followed at 10pm by ‘Crossing Roper Bar’, featuring Wagilak songman and dancer Daniel Wilfred and Wagilak songman and didjeridu artist David Wilfred.
Live At The Wireless on Double J will be the Electric Fields performance at Womadelaide on Tuesday July 5 at 6pm AEST.
ABC Perth will have Poppy Van Oord-Grainger and Ian Wilkes in studio on Tuesday July 5 to talk about the new virtual reality adaptation of their Perth Festival show Galup, about the history of Lake Monger, which is showing at WA Museum Boola Bardip in July.
On Wednesday July 6, Stan Grant speaks to Stan Grant Snr about preserving the “living, breathing, changing” Wiradjuri language in a special episode of The Religion and Ethics Report on RN and ABC Listen.
On Thursday 7 July RN’s The Screen Show meets Warren H. Williams, co-creator and star of bold new crime series True Colours, NITV’s first foray into long-form drama. We also chat with Indigenous academic and filmmaker Larissa Behrendt about documentary Warriors on the Field, celebrating Aboriginal Australia’s long-standing history and connection with Australian football.
triple j’s Like A Version on Friday 8 July presents a very special NAIDOC Week collaboration by Indigenous artists.
On Friday July 8, renowned Indigenous soprano Deborah Cheetham will cohost the Friday Review with Brian Nankervis on ABC Melbourne turning a spotlight on Indigenous music and performers.
Saturday 9 July brings 24 hours of music from First Nations artists on triple j Unearthed.
ABC Jazz features composition ‘Dundun Firestick’ by Yuin composer Brenda Gifford. It will also premiere new theme music for Mornings on ABC Jazz arranged from Gifford’s composition. On Sunday July 10 at midday, Artist in Residence Johnny Nicol selects music and shares stories that have defined his career in jazz.
On Sunday July 10 Waka Waka woman Brooke Prentis presents a special edition of Soul Search on RN to begin her three-week stint as guest host of the program.
triple j wraps up NAIDOC Week on Sunday 10 July with a special two-hour simulcast of weekly First Nations music show Blak Out across triple j, Double J and triple j Unearthed radio stations.
On ABC Listen, actor, director and proud Bardi, Jabirr Jabirr woman Shari Sebbens will put the spotlight on seven fierce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women for Fierce Girls.
The Deadly Hearts playlist has been designed as the soundtrack to your NAIDOC Week. The playlist features hit songs reimagined by the country’s best Indigenous artists.