Stuck at home? Listen to 2RPH podcasts
Fri, 8 May 2020
2RPH is investing in bringing more of our amazing programs to our Podcasts page! This is to ensure that you never miss an episode of your favourite program.
While the roll-out of further programs via podcast has been delayed due to the coronavirus, we are still uploading a suite of new podcasts.
New program New Voices, which featured in the last Signals newsletter, is now available on the Podcasts page. The first episode, which aired on Monday 6 April, is available.
It features the work of writer and Lifeline counsellor Wil Roach, who is critiqued by fellow writer and barrister, Kellie Edwards. Listen to that episode here.
Little Fictions, a half-hour storytelling program featuring contemporary short stories by authors from across Australia and read by actors, has nearly 50 episodes available on the website.
The latest episode, titled, 'Salt', features new presenter Kate Liston-Mills, who takes over from Ella Watson-Russell. Kate is an author who lives and writes in Pambula, a town on the far south coast of New South Wales. To hear the latest Little Fictions episode Salt, or to browse the many other Little Fictions' episodes, click here.
And, we can't forget the popular Antiques Radio Show with presenter Jolyon Warwick James. The latest episode, broadcast on March 30, features a collection of interesting finds: a 16th century board game (with a 21st century explanation), a strange restitution story, some very queer history, and an odd stage play about an antiques dealer. Catch up on any missed episodes here.
What programs would you like to see 2RPH make into its next podcast? Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.