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On Air Now

17:30 Australiana postage stamp

Downunder

Readings – with a highly Australian bent

Coming Up

18:00 couple watching TV, man points remote

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

'Lend us your ears, and we'll read you the world'

Radio 2RPH aims to inform, educate and entertain New South Wales’ listeners. The radio reading service features readings from the top daily newspapers, international and Australian magazines, and books for those with print disabilities, lack of access to published material or lifestyles that limit time for reading and remaining informed.

The on-air programs, including book readings, are read and presented by volunteers from all walks of life.

Radio 2RPH operates daily between 6.30 am and 11.30 pm with BBC World Service on overnight. On AM 1224 and FM 100.5, Newcastle and Lower Hunter on FM 100.5 and on digital.

Radio 2RPH is part of the RPH Network.

Latest news

New program alert - Meditative Moments

Fri, 21 February 2020

2020 promises to deliver a suite of new programs, the first of which is Meditative Moments, a weekly program to help you relax before bedtime. Here, we talk with 2RPH producer and presenter Teresa Plane.

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Welcome Geraldine Menere to the 2RPH Board

Fri, 21 February 2020

As part of our series introducing the 2RPH Board, this month we’re introducing Geraldine Menere, one of our newest Board members.

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Welcome John Martin to the 2RPH Board

Fri, 21 February 2020

As part of our series introducing the 2RPH Board, this month we’re introducing John Martin, one of our newest Board members.

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Changing audition process for station

Wed, 19 February 2020

Due to the calibre of our Announcers and Readers, and wanting to ensure continued quality across the 2RPH broadcast, the audition process has now changed.

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Putting access on the map for Sydneysiders

Fri, 14 February 2020

Tune in for a special interview between the Ablequest team and Max and Justine from The WheelEasy Foundation.

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