Program guide Sydney

Monday

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00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

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06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

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12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

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13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

Australian Women's Weekly Repeat

Profiles of respected women, lifestyle articles, entertainment news and human interest stories - the Australian Women's Weekly has it all. Tune in to the program to catch a range of articles taken from the popular Australian magazine.

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14:00

Hear This

Readings from Vision Australia's library

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14:30

Griffith Review Repeat

A popular program, the Griffith Review features articles from the Australian literary magazine of the same name. It has a variety of articles, including essays, memoirs, reportage, short fiction and poetry.

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15:00

Little Fictions

Little Fictions is a half-hour storytelling program presented by Sydney actor, Ella Watson-Russell. The show features contemporary short stories by authors from across Australia and read by actors, recorded at live performances or in studio. 

Missed an episode? Head to the Podcasts page to catch up on all the Little Fictions episodes.

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15:30

Food & Wine Repeat

Readings from a number of sources – news about the good life

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Magazine Digest - Force 10

Readings from the yachting press

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

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18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

five happy students, female and male
19:00

Get Together Repeat

Readings – a kaleidoscope of items

helmeted youth racing quad bike - dust and dirt
19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

Guardian Australia

Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia

20:30

Science & Environment Repeat

Readings from Cosmos magazine

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21:00

Time Magazine Repeat

Readings from both the hard copy and online versions of Time Magazine

21:30

Focus

Readings – technology and innovation from an Australian perspective

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22:00

The New Statesman Repeat

Readings from Britain's current affairs and politics magazine

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Tuesday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

A photo of the christianity works logo
06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

A stock image of an old pen and paper
12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

A stock image of an open book.
13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

New Idea Repeat

The perfect program for all the latest celebrity news and gossip, real life stories and lifestyle and health articles. Articles taken from the popular weekly magazine, New Idea.

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14:00

Money

Readings from various newspapers and publications on all things personal finance and money.

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14:00

The Savvy Investor

The Savvy Investor explores local and international money and finance news from a range of sources, including the Australian Financial Review, the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, as well as leading commentators.

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14:30

Health Matters

A program dedicated to health and wellbeing news and articles.

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15:00

Good Food

Reading selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald

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15:00

Good Food Repeat

Reading selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald

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15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

young man builds wooden guitar
15:30

Smith Repeat

Readings from the Smith Journal magazine for listeners in the 18 – 30 age bracket

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Woman's Day

Readings – selected articles from the magazine

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

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18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

19:00

Animal focus Repeat

Readings - suggestions for you and your pet

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19:00

Animates Repeat

Animates is a 30-minute program focusing on people with disabilities who find owning or being close to an animal helpful for everyday life. Presented by a team of volunteer presenters and producers, the program brings together interviews and stories about animals.

Missed an episode? Head to the Podcasts page to catch up on all the Animates episodes.

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19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

The Spectator

Readings from the weekly British magazine

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20:30

Spectrum

Readings of selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald weekend lift out

21:00

Computalk

Readings – computer and technology items from various publications

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21:30

Green Advocate

Readings from various environmental magazines

teddy bear seen from behind on wooden deck looks into distance
22:00

Yesterdays

Readings – historical items from The Daily Telegraph

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Wednesday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

A photo of the christianity works logo
06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

logo The Sydney Morning Herald
09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

A stock image of an old pen and paper
12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

A stock image of an open book.
13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

Spectrum Repeat

Spectrum is a popular segment of the Saturday edition of the Sydney Morning Herald – a relaxing weekend ritual for many with an interest in culture and the arts.

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14:00

The Monthly

In-depth articles on Australian politics, society and the arts from the Australian national magazine, The Monthly.

Buddhist temples against blue sky
14:30

Travel Time

Learn all about the world through the comfort of your own home with Travel Time. The program features articles on national and international travel destinations, as well as different ways of travelling.

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15:00

Natural Health

Readings – from health related publications

stylus on vinyl record on turntable
15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

boatman in China, mountains in distance
15:30

Accent on Asia Repeat

Readings from the Asian press

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Limelight


Readings – Australia's classical music and arts magazine providing a comprehensive array of news, CD and live performance reviews, interviews, in-depth features and more.

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

girl in pyjamas, holds teddy, lies on huge book, reading
18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

closeup person with coffee in disposable cup reads book
18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

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19:00

People in Profile

Readings from newspaper Profile – features the background behind the public image

helmeted youth racing quad bike - dust and dirt
19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

The Big Issue Repeat

Readings from the fortnightly, independent magazine that is sold on the streets by homeless people

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20:30

New Scientist

Readings from New Scientist magazine

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21:00

The Economist Repeat

Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine

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21:30

Money

Readings from various newspapers and publications on all things personal finance and money.

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22:00

Guardian Australia Repeat

Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia

cartoon drawing of woman in bed reading book
22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Thursday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

A photo of the christianity works logo
06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

logo The Sydney Morning Herald
09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

A stock image of an old pen and paper
12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

A stock image of an open book.
13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

logo Woman's Day
13:30

Woman's Day Repeat

Featuring news, gossip and interviews about Australian and international celebrities, as well as some lifestyle and recipes.

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14:00

What's The Buzz?

What's the Buzz is a 30-minute information program, broadcasting a range of community announcements and things to see and do in NSW.

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14:30

Talking Vision

Interviews and information from Vision Australia for people with a vision impairment.

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15:00

New Horizons

News from Blind Citizens Australia

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15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

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15:30

The Spectator Repeat

Readings from the weekly British magazine

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

The Koori Mail

A national newspaper 100% Aboriginal owned and self-funded, with news and stories focused on the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

girl in pyjamas, holds teddy, lies on huge book, reading
18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

closeup person with coffee in disposable cup reads book
18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

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19:00

New Idea

Readings – selected articles from the magazine

helmeted youth racing quad bike - dust and dirt
19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

The New Statesman

Readings from Britain's current affairs and politics magazine

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20:30

Bookshelf

Readings – reviews of the latest books

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21:00

Health Matters

Readings from various newspaper and magazine articles related to health and well-being

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21:30

Monitor World

Readings from the online edition of The Christian Science Monitor

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22:00

History Today

Readings from History Today magazine

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

logo BBC Worldwide
23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Friday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

A photo of the christianity works logo
06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

logo The Sydney Morning Herald
09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

A stock image of an old pen and paper
12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

A stock image of an open book.
13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

Science and Environment

Latest news, features, research, products, ideas, commentary, book reviews and more on all aspects of science and the environment. Articles sourced from Cosmos magazine.

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14:00

Computalk Repeat

An informative program featuring articles on all things computers and technology.

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14:30

Focus Repeat

Technology and innovation articles from the Journal of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering. It features reports and opinion from internationally-recognised Australian universities, CSIRO, ANSTO and industry.

15:00

Ablequest

Readings and interviews – news about the latest assistive technologies for people with disabilities.

Missed an episode? Head to the Podcasts page to catch up on all the Ablequest episodes.

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15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

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15:30

The Economist

Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Downunder

Readings – with a highly Australian bent

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

girl in pyjamas, holds teddy, lies on huge book, reading
18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

closeup person with coffee in disposable cup reads book
18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

19:00

The Australian Women's Weekly

Readings – selected articles from the magazine

helmeted youth racing quad bike - dust and dirt
19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

logo The Monthly
20:00

The Monthly Repeat

Readings – Australian politics, society and the arts

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20:30

Talking Vision Repeat

Interviews and information from Vision Australia for people with a vision impairment.

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21:00

Time Magazine

Readings from both the hard copy and online versions of Time Magazine

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21:30

The Smithsonian

Readings from the official journal published by the Smithsonian Institution

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22:00

Griffith Review

Readings from the Griffith Review

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

logo BBC Worldwide
23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Saturday

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00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

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07:00

People in Profile Repeat

Hear about the stories behind the faces. This program showcases biographies of well-known people.

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07:30

What’s The Buzz Repeat

What's the Buzz is a 30-minute information program, broadcasting a range of community announcements and things to see and do in NSW.

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08:00

Breakfast

Readings of stories, columns, radio and TV guide and horoscopes. Headlines of all four major newspapers. Two music tracks.

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09:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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10:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

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11:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials

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12:00

Aviation Digest

Readings from the world of aviation.

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12:15

The Weekend Australian

Readings live from the newspaper

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13:15

Saturday Newspaper Feature Magazines

Readings – magazine features

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14:00

New Horizons

News from Blind Citizens Australia

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14:15

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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16:00

Australian Police Journal

Australian Police Journal (APJ) is a program based on articles from one of Australasia’s pre-eminent non-fiction publications about policing. The feature articles read in this 30-minute program showcase contemporary policing issues and the investigation of historical crime cases. 

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16:30

At Home

At Home is a 30-minute program on all things ‘home’. From apartment living to acreage, life onboard a boat to a bayside mansion, and everything else in between, this program showcases readings from a variety of sources focused on the place we each call home.

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17:00

The Smithsonian Repeat

Readings from the official journal published by the Smithsonian Institution

Australiana postage stamp
17:30

Downunder Repeat

Readings – with a highly Australian bent

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

girl in pyjamas, holds teddy, lies on huge book, reading
18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

7-year old girl at edge of swimming pool, big grin
18:30

Junior Journal

Readings – all kinds of interesting stuff for the younger generation

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19:00

The Koori Mail Repeat

A national newspaper 100% Aboriginal owned and self-funded, with news and stories focused on the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

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19:30

30 Laps with Dick

Take the toll-free expressway to stories of interest around new cars, old cars and the people who built, designed, drove, raced and made them famous, and at some times, infamous.

Buddhist temples against blue sky
20:00

Travel Time Repeat

A picture of the logo for Little Fictions
20:30

Little Fictions Repeat

Little Fictions is a half-hour storytelling program presented by Sydney actor, Ella Watson-Russell. The show features contemporary short stories by authors from across Australia and read by actors, recorded at live performances or in studio. 

Missed an episode? Head to the Podcasts page to catch up on all the Little Fictions episodes.

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21:00

Music Room

A music program

green laser display at girl band concert
21:30

Limelight Repeat


Readings – Australia's classical music and arts magazine providing a comprehensive array of news, CD and live performance reviews, interviews, in-depth features and more.


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22:00

Kaleidoscope

Readings – a pot pourri of items

cartoon cat making V sign with black gloves, also sunglasses and ear protectors
22:30

Hear This Repeat

Readings from Vision Australia's library

logo BBC Worldwide
23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Sunday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

small footstep inside big footstep
06:30

Leading the Way - Sunday

Religion

kangaroos hop, sunset in background
06:55

Media Access Australia

Disability access to the media

logo hour of power
07:00

Hour of Power

Hour of Power is a 60-minute religious program from the US. It is hosted by Bobby Schuller, the grandson of founder and first host, Robert H. Schuller. The program explores how God and the Christian faith have changed people's lives for the better.

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08:00

Insight for Living - Sunday

Religion

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08:30

Get Together

A collection of great Australian stories taken from a wide variety of publications, such as Tales from a Sunburn Country, My Weekly, People's Friend, Readers Digest, Outback and many more.

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09:00

Bookshelf Repeat

The perfect program for book lovers! Bookshelf reads book reviews and news from popular newspapers and magazines.

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09:30

Stars & Radio & TV Guide

The stars (horoscopes) and the radio and TV guide

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10:00

The Sunday Papers

A compilation of articles from The Sun Herald and The Sunday Telegraph.

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12:30

Kaleidoscope Repeat

A kaleidoscopic look at stories and articles that reflect our multi-faceted world from sources including Spectrum, This England, The Oldie, Evergreen, Sydney Uni Alumni Magazine, the weekend papers and much more.

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13:00

History Today Repeat

Historical events of broad interest sourced from the British magazine History Today, written by well-informed scholars and authors.

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13:30

Magazine Digest - Force 10 Repeat

Articles and excerpts from nautical books and publications, both fact and fiction.

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14:00

Dr Who Magazine

Dr Who magazine is a magazine devoted to the long-running British science-fiction TV series. 

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14:30

Unearthed

Unearthed is a program with a compilation of readings about archaeology.

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15:00

Muse

Muse is a program focused on books, art and music.

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15:30

Accent on Asia

Readings from the Asian press

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16:00

Parish Pump

Readings from the religious press

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17:00

Sporting Pages

Readings – selected articles from the sporting press

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17:30

Animal focus

Readings - suggestions for you and your pet

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

The Lord's Challenge

The Lord's Challenge is a program from the Laymen's Evangelical Fellowship International, which is a Christian organisation founded and headquartered in Chennai, India.

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18:30

New Scientist Repeat

Readings from New Scientist magazine

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19:00

Green Advocate Repeat

Readings from various environmental magazines

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19:30

Frankie

Readings from the magazine of that name for listeners in the 18–40 age bracket

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20:00

Monitor World Repeat

Readings from the online edition of The Christian Science Monitor

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20:30

Living Planet

Environmental news from Deutsche Welle, for a European glimpse

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21:00

Messages of Hope

Listen to interviews and discussions offering real hope to cope with life’s challenges. For more information on the program, visit: www.messagesofhope.org.au.

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21:15

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Monday

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00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

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06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

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07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

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07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

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08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

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08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

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12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

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13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

Australian Women's Weekly Repeat

Profiles of respected women, lifestyle articles, entertainment news and human interest stories - the Australian Women's Weekly has it all. Tune in to the program to catch a range of articles taken from the popular Australian magazine.

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14:00

Hear This

Readings from Vision Australia's library

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14:30

Griffith Review Repeat

A popular program, the Griffith Review features articles from the Australian literary magazine of the same name. It has a variety of articles, including essays, memoirs, reportage, short fiction and poetry.

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15:00

Ablequest Repeat

Readings and interviews – news about the latest assistive technologies for people with disabilities. 

Missed an episode? Head to the Podcasts page to catch up on all the Ablequest episodes.

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15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

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15:30

At Home

At Home is a 30-minute program on all things ‘home’. From apartment living to acreage, life onboard a boat to a bayside mansion, and everything else in between, this program showcases readings from a variety of sources focused on the place we each call home.

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16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Believe it or Not

Readings of amusing articles from a number of sources

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17:30

Antiques Radio Show

The Antiques Radio Show is a monthly program about antiques and the decorative arts, presented by Jolyon Warwick James. It explores news, reviews, events objects and goings on in the world of things that are old, beautiful or both – whether valuable or not!

The Paston Treasure, unknown artist, Dutch School, c1663, oil on canvas, Norfolk Museums Service. Image copyright: John Hammond

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

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18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

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19:00

Get Together Repeat

Readings – a kaleidoscope of items

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19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

Guardian Australia

Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia

20:30

Science & Environment Repeat

Readings from Cosmos magazine

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21:00

Time Magazine Repeat

Readings from both the hard copy and online versions of Time Magazine

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21:30

Geographica

Readings from Australian Geographic and other environmental magazines

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22:00

The New Statesman Repeat

Readings from Britain's current affairs and politics magazine

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Tuesday

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00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

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06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

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07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

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08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

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12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

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13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

New Idea Repeat

The perfect program for all the latest celebrity news and gossip, real life stories and lifestyle and health articles. Articles taken from the popular weekly magazine, New Idea.

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14:00

Choice Magazine

Readings from the fortnightly publication of the same name.

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14:30

Health Matters

A program dedicated to health and wellbeing news and articles.

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15:00

Good Food

Reading selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald

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15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

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15:30

Frankie Repeat

Readings from the magazine of that name for listeners in the 18–40 age bracket

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Woman's Day

Readings – selected articles from the magazine

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

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18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

19:00

Animal focus Repeat

Readings - suggestions for you and your pet

helmeted youth racing quad bike - dust and dirt
19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

The New Yorker

Readings – selected articles from The New Yorker magazine

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20:30

Spectrum

Readings of selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald weekend lift out

21:00

Computalk

Readings – computer and technology items from various publications

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21:30

Green Advocate

Readings from various environmental magazines

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22:00

Yesterdays

Readings – historical items from The Daily Telegraph

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Wednesday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

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06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

A stock image of an old pen and paper
12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

A stock image of an open book.
13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

Spectrum Repeat

Spectrum is a popular segment of the Saturday edition of the Sydney Morning Herald – a relaxing weekend ritual for many with an interest in culture and the arts.

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14:00

The Monthly

In-depth articles on Australian politics, society and the arts from the Australian national magazine, The Monthly.

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14:30

Travel Time

Learn all about the world through the comfort of your own home with Travel Time. The program features articles on national and international travel destinations, as well as different ways of travelling.

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15:00

Natural Health

Readings – from health related publications

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15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

boatman in China, mountains in distance
15:30

Accent on Asia Repeat

Readings from the Asian press

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Mindfood

Readings – smart thinking

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

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18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

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19:00

People in Profile

Readings from newspaper Profile – features the background behind the public image

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19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

Sporting Pages Repeat

Readings – selected articles from the sporting press

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20:30

New Scientist

Readings from New Scientist magazine

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21:00

The Economist Repeat

Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine

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21:30

Choice Magazine Repeat

Readings from the fortnightly publication of the same name

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22:00

Guardian Australia Repeat

Readings – news, sport, comment, analysis and reviews from Guardian Australia

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Thursday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

A photo of the christianity works logo
06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

A stock image of an old pen and paper
12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

A stock image of an open book.
13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

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13:30

Woman's Day Repeat

Featuring news, gossip and interviews about Australian and international celebrities, as well as some lifestyle and recipes.

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14:00

What's The Buzz?

What's the Buzz is a 30-minute information program, broadcasting a range of community announcements and things to see and do in NSW.

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14:30

Talking Vision

Interviews and information from Vision Australia for people with a vision impairment.

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15:00

New Horizons

News from Blind Citizens Australia

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15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

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15:30

The New Yorker Repeat

Readings – selected articles from The New Yorker magazine

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

The Koori Mail

A national newspaper 100% Aboriginal owned and self-funded, with news and stories focused on the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

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18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

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19:00

New Idea

Readings – selected articles from the magazine

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19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

The New Statesman

Readings from Britain's current affairs and politics magazine

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20:30

Optimal Life

News, advice and advocacy information for seniors from a variety of publications. Proudly sponsored by Seniors Rights Service.

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21:00

Health Matters

Readings from various newspaper and magazine articles related to health and well-being

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21:30

Monitor World

Readings from the online edition of The Christian Science Monitor

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22:00

History Today

Readings from History Today magazine

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Friday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

A photo of the christianity works logo
06:19

Christianity Works

If you yearn to live a life of meaning and purpose, joy and peace, then Christianityworks is for you: full of life-changing, practical Bible teaching.

06:30

Insight for Living

Insight For Living aims to provide simple, clear and relevant Bible teaching and resources that will help people better understand who Jesus is and will deepen their relationship with God.

juice, orange, muesli, banana
07:00

Breakfast

Start the day with newspaper headlines, stories, columns, horoscopes and more from the major newspapers to set you up for the day ahead.

happy couple, on couch, look ahead, man clicks remote
07:50

Radio & TV Guide

Hear what's on the schedule for 2RPH today as well as a complete television guide.

An image of two people who present the program
08:30

Vantage Point

A look at life from the vantage point of The Holy Bible, examining spirituality in everyday life and personal experiences.

A side profile of a business man
08:35

Profile

Readings of life stories of the famous, the infamous – and quiet achievers.

sunset clouds over water
08:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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09:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

10:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials.

11:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis. 

11:30

The Australian

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

A stock image of an old pen and paper
12:40

Considered Opinion

A selection of 'Letters to the Editor' from all the major metropolitan newspapers.

A stock image of an open book.
13:00

Lunchtime Book

One of our most popular segments, the Lunchtime Book Reading! Listen to contemporary fiction and non-fiction books on a range of topics. The best bit? If you miss the first broadcast at 1pm, you can catch a repeat at 6:30pm. 

A stock image of a telescope and the night sky
13:30

Science and Environment

Latest news, features, research, products, ideas, commentary, book reviews and more on all aspects of science and the environment. Articles sourced from Cosmos magazine.

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14:00

Computalk Repeat

An informative program featuring articles on all things computers and technology.

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14:30

Geographica Repeat

Providing stories about the natural world, environmental issues, nature exploration, climate technology, indigenous culture and more.

girl with shopping bag full of fruit and veg
15:00

Good Food Repeat

Reading selected articles from The Sydney Morning Herald

stylus on vinyl record on turntable
15:15

Read A Record

Nostalgic interlude – music and narration

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15:30

The Economist

Readings – background to global current affairs from The Economist magazine

FEATURES written on blackboard with coloured chalk
16:00

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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17:30

Downunder

Readings – with a highly Australian bent

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

closeup person with coffee in disposable cup reads book
18:30

Lunchtime Book Repeat

Episodic book readings

19:00

The Australian Women's Weekly

Readings – selected articles from the magazine

helmeted youth racing quad bike - dust and dirt
19:30

Leading the Way

Religion

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20:00

The Monthly Repeat

Readings – Australian politics, society and the arts

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20:30

Talking Vision Repeat

Interviews and information from Vision Australia for people with a vision impairment.

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21:00

Time Magazine

Readings from both the hard copy and online versions of Time Magazine

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21:30

Galleries & Gardens

Readings – news and views from the world of art and public gardens

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22:00

Griffith Review

Readings from the Griffith Review

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22:30

Book at Bedtime

Episodic book readings

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Saturday

A logo of the bbc world service
00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

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07:00

People in Profile Repeat

Hear about the stories behind the faces. This program showcases biographies of well-known people.

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07:30

What’s The Buzz Repeat

What's the Buzz is a 30-minute information program, broadcasting a range of community announcements and things to see and do in NSW.

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08:00

Breakfast

Readings of stories, columns, radio and TV guide and horoscopes. Headlines of all four major newspapers. Two music tracks.

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09:45

Death Notices

Readings from The Sydney Morning Herald

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10:00

The Sydney Morning Herald

Readings – front page, national, local and world, business and editorial

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11:00

The Daily Telegraph

Readings – front page, national, local, sport and editorials

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12:00

Aviation Digest

Readings from the world of aviation.

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12:15

The Weekend Australian

Readings live from the newspaper

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13:15

Saturday Newspaper Feature Magazines

Readings – magazine features

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14:00

New Horizons

News from Blind Citizens Australia

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14:15

Features Forum

Readings from the comment, opinion and features pages of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Financial Review and The Conversation.

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16:00

Ageing with Attitude

Age is nothing. Attitude is everything. This program explores how older age can be a satisfying and emotionally healthy time of life. Living with joy, and understanding the inter-relationship of body, mind and spirit.

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16:30

Food & Wine

Readings from a number of sources – news about the good life

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17:00

Galleries & Gardens Repeat

Readings – news and views from the world of art and public gardens

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17:30

Downunder Repeat

Readings – with a highly Australian bent

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

Kidz Book

Episodic readings from books for children

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18:30

Junior Journal

Readings – all kinds of interesting stuff for the younger generation

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19:00

The Koori Mail Repeat

A national newspaper 100% Aboriginal owned and self-funded, with news and stories focused on the issues that matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

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19:30

30 Laps with Dick

Take the toll-free expressway to stories of interest around new cars, old cars and the people who built, designed, drove, raced and made them famous, and at some times, infamous.

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20:00

Travel Time Repeat

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20:30

The Big Issue

Readings from The Big Issue magazine.

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21:00

Music Room

A music program

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21:30

Mindfood Repeat

Readings – smart thinking

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22:00

Kaleidoscope

Readings – a pot pourri of items

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22:30

Hear This Repeat

Readings from Vision Australia's library

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23:00

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


Sunday

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00:01

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.

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06:30

Leading the Way - Sunday

Religion

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06:55

Media Access Australia

Disability access to the media

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07:00

Hour of Power

Hour of Power is a 60-minute religious program from the US. It is hosted by Bobby Schuller, the grandson of founder and first host, Robert H. Schuller. The program explores how God and the Christian faith have changed people's lives for the better.

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08:00

Insight for Living - Sunday

Religion

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08:30

Get Together

A collection of great Australian stories taken from a wide variety of publications, such as Tales from a Sunburn Country, My Weekly, People's Friend, Readers Digest, Outback and many more.

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09:00

Optimal Life Repeat

Delivering relevant, informative and entertaining articles for people between the ages of 55 and 75 years. Proudly sponsored by Seniors Rights Service.

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09:30

Stars & Radio & TV Guide

The stars (horoscopes) and the radio and TV guide

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10:00

The Sunday Papers

A compilation of articles from The Sun Herald and The Sunday Telegraph.

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12:30

Kaleidoscope Repeat

A kaleidoscopic look at stories and articles that reflect our multi-faceted world from sources including Spectrum, This England, The Oldie, Evergreen, Sydney Uni Alumni Magazine, the weekend papers and much more.

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13:00

History Today Repeat

Historical events of broad interest sourced from the British magazine History Today, written by well-informed scholars and authors.

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13:30

Believe it or Not Repeat

Readings of amusing articles from a number of sources.

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14:00

Dr Who Magazine

Dr Who magazine is a magazine devoted to the long-running British science-fiction TV series. 

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14:30

Unearthed

Unearthed is a program with a compilation of readings about archaeology.

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15:00

Muse

Muse is a program focused on books, art and music.

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15:30

Accent on Asia

Readings from the Asian press

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16:00

Parish Pump

Readings from the religious press

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17:00

Sporting Pages

Readings – selected articles from the sporting press

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17:30

Animal focus

Readings - suggestions for you and your pet

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17:30

Animates

Animates is a 30-minute program focusing on people with disabilities who find owning or being close to an animal helpful for everyday life. Presented by a team of volunteer presenters and producers, the program brings together interviews and stories about animals.

Missed an episode? Head to the Podcasts page to catch up on all the Animates episodes.

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18:00

Radio & TV Guide

2RPH and TV guide

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18:15

The Lord's Challenge

The Lord's Challenge is a program from the Laymen's Evangelical Fellowship International, which is a Christian organisation founded and headquartered in Chennai, India.

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18:30

New Scientist Repeat

Readings from New Scientist magazine

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19:00

Green Advocate Repeat

Readings from various environmental magazines

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19:30

Smith

Readings from the Smith Journal magazine for listeners in the 18 – 30 age bracket

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20:00

Monitor World Repeat

Readings from the online edition of The Christian Science Monitor

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20:30

Living Planet

Environmental news from Deutsche Welle, for a European glimpse

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21:00

Messages of Hope

Listen to interviews and discussions offering real hope to cope with life’s challenges. For more information on the program, visit: www.messagesofhope.org.au.

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21:15

BBC World Service

BBC World Service is the world’s largest international broadcasting providing impartial news, reports and analysis.


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