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Country Breakfast.MUSIC
Tune in to the Homespun Country podcast for interviews with leading artists from the country music scene.


Croatian ProgramMULTICULTURAL
Croatian Language Program


Doug Aiton's Friday DriveTALK
Join Doug on a Friday for his Interview program which includes editorial comment from and an examination of Geelong issues.

  • Friday Drive - Keith Scott
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    During one programme, Doug played a recording of an interview he conducted while hosting Drive on 774 ABC predecessor 3LO in 1991. The interview was with impersonator and voice actor Keith Scott, who has been one of the people responsible for Warner Bros. cartoon voices since the death of Mel Blanc. The reaction we got to that archive interview prompted us to trace down Keith for a follow up - 24 years later! Keith readily agreed. Ladies & gentlemen - Keith Scott! First broadcast: 21 August 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Izzy Losi
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    Geelong singer-songwriter Izzy Losi has had a long association with 94.7 The Pulse and was happy to come into the studio and chat with Doug. First broadcast: 10 April 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Sam Whitehead
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    While attending various ANZAC Day events in 2015, regular programme contributor Bob Appleton met Sam Whitehead. Sam has been involved with the ANZAC Day celebrations in Bealiba for over 40 years. Doug wanted to find out more, so he had a chat with him on the show. First broadcast: 19 June 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Jessie Aiton
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    In a surprise visit, Doug talks with his daughter Jessie, who is now a producer at 3AW. First broadcast: 19 June 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Daryl McLure
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    Doug had a chat with old friend, colleague and former Editor-in-Chief at The Geelong Advertiser, Daryl McLure. First broadcast: 8 May 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Chris Couzens
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    In our series on local Geelong politicians, Chris Couzens came in to tell Doug about her history and what lead to her election at the end of 2014. First broadcast: 1 May 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Rieny Nieuwenhof
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    With the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings in the news, we thought we would take a slightly different look at ANZAC Day. Rieny Nieuwenhof, a Vietnam veteran from Geelong, came in to talk with Doug about what ANZAC Day means to him. First broadcast: 24 April 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Andrew Katos
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    In our series on local Geelong politicians, Andrew Katos, state Liberal member for South Barwon, came in to chat with Doug. First broadcast: 24 April 2015.

  • Friday Drive - Richard Marles
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    In our series on local Geelong politicians, Richard Marles, federal Labor member for Corio and current Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, came into the studio to have a chat with Doug. First broadcast: 17 April 2015

  • Friday Drive - Paul Sheahan
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    With the news of the passing of Australian cricket legend Richie Benaud, Doug spoke with former Australian cricketer Paul Sheahan and got his recollections of the former Australian cricket captain. First broadcast: 10 April 2015.


Dig ItTALK
if you like gardening then we have the show for you


GDFL Live CoverageTALK
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Homespun CountryMUSIC
Tune in to the Homespun Country podcast for interviews with leading artists from the country music scene.


Latin RhythmsMUSIC



Mitchell's Front PageTALK
Mon-Tue from 9-11am on 94.7 The Pulse


Roads to RecoveryTALK
Interviews and specials as heard on Roads to Recovery on 94.7 The Pulse, Tuesday'a at 11.00 a.m.. This snap is of Edwina & Greg at International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO Day)

  • Barwon Health - HARP
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    Barwon Healths Hospital Admission Risk Program, or HARP, has been spoken about on *Roads* as being the department that looks after our people who are living with HIV. During those conversations, which were promoting World AIDS Day, we have touched on the fact that HARP is so much more. So to have a chat with us about some of their extensive programs I have Jan Byrnes their Co-ordinator, Ken, a Community Clinician and Patty, a consumer/client. To contact HARP - For all new referrals or further information please contact: Information and Access Service * Phone * 1300 715 673 * Monday to Friday 8:30am ? 4pm.

  • Good Sports - Alcohol & Drug Foundation
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    I read an article titled *Is drinking the real sport?*. Google Geoff Munro/www.drinktank.org.au, and have a read. We chat with Geoff Munro, National Policy Manager, involved in leading policy development and disseminating for the Alcohol and Drug Foundation's (ADF) views, and Anna Brown, Community Program Officer with Leisure Networks who is involved with the Good Sports program. More Info - www.leisurenetworks.org/ * www.fare.org.au *

  • Planting Seeds
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    The Deakin Cats community centre is the venue for a forum called *Planting Seeds: a Holistic Approach to treating mental health and substance misuse*. The event has been organised by Kit-e Kline who is a Nature Based Therapist. Today she introduces us to two of the speakers, Chris Storm, a Sensorimotor Art Therapist, and Selena Pirie, a hypnotherapist and a trained Nurse.To register e-mail Kit-e at * kit-e.kline711@hotmail.com. *

  • NAIDOC 2017 - poster promo
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    NAIDOC Week 2017 will run from the 2nd till the 9th of July, with the theme of *Our Languages Matter*. We are getting an early start promoting the week, as the National NAIDOC Poster Competition closes next Monday, the 6th March, and it is worth $5,000 to the artist whose work is chosen. We have a chat with Renee Owen, Program Manager of the Aboriginal Health unit at Barwon Health and Libby Lesock, from their Aboriginal Healths policy and projects crew. To attend the Indigenous Family Violence Forum on the 7th April, email Libby - llesock@barwonhealth.org.au. The forum is about *Healing Our Future: caring for Koorie Kids. More info - www.barwonhealth.org.au * Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Officers * Ph. 4215 0768 OR 4215 0769 * 8.00am ? 4.30pm (Monday to Friday) *

  • Barwon CASA & Minerva
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    Todays guests are John Blomfield, a Counsellor at Barwon Centre Against Sexual Assault & Minerva, and Brian Bull who is a consumer advocate with Barwon CASA Minerva, and an activist for child protection and much more. For support - Barwon CASA & Minerva - Business hours - 5222 4318 * Suicide Helpline - Phone: 1300 651 251 * Mensline - Phone: 1300 78 99 78 * 24 hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line. 1800 806 292*. Free call* Victoria * and Lifeline ? 131 114 *

  • Raise Mentoring Foundation
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    *Raise* is a mentoring foundation that provides school and community based programs. We find out about their Mentoring and Bump program from Marley Dalziel and Jo Ridgeway, who are Raise BUMP Program Counselors and Shannon, who is a mentor extraordinaire! Interested mentors can contact their Mentor Coordinator through the website - www.raise.org.au

  • Kids Plus & Jesses Girls walk
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    Today we chatted with Janet Brown, who is going on the 40 km Surf Coast Trek to raise money for Kids Plus, Kelly Reynolds, who is the Clinical Director and a physiotherapist with Kids Plus, and Annabel Tucker, a Speech Pathologist within the Kids Plus team. Kids Plus is a unique organisation based here in Geelong, and they help young people with neuro developmental disabilities to access services. To join the walk, you can register at the same address as where to donate money. The donation is Tax Deductible as Kids Plus is a registered charity. Go to * www.surfcoasttrek.com.au * Kids Plus can be contacted on *03 5223 1475*

  • Spare Meals Geelong
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    Spare Meals Geelong are proudly non-judgemental, a not for profit food relief, Facebook based group. No health care card or other proof of hardship is required. We help anyone who feels they are struggling. In this program, Edwina a find out about its origins, and much more, when we have a chat with Kristy Cooper, one of the founders. Follow them on Facebook for further information, to obtain food, or to offer services and goods.

  • Having a Say Conference 2017 - #2
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    The eighteenth *Having a Say Conference* is on at Deakin Uni*s Waterfront Campus from Wednesday the 8th till Friday the 10th February, and its theme is *Lead YOUR Life!* To have another yarn about the event we have Simone Stevens, the media person from VALID back in the studio with the chairperson of the local organising committee, Maree Nichols. We also have the Community Development Officer from their Geelong office, Kylie Fisher. For registrations and information - www.valid.org.au or ph: 9416 4003. Volunteer here, too. And Kylie Fisher, who is ? with VALID in their local office.

  • DSAVic - 2017
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    Disabled Surfing is all about putting Smiles on Dials! * Disabled Surfers Association Ocean Grove * has been doing so since 2009. This week we talked with Committee Members Abraham Papp, Pam and Ray Lawrance as well as Grant Lawrance who is one of the surfers. Noah Papp supported his Dad! The events are on Sunday 5th February 2017 and Sunday 5th March 2017 ? surfing starts at 9am. *Like* them on Facebook.


Reckless RadioMUSIC
Reckless Radio - it's not always polished and perfect, but it's always delivered with passion and enthusiasm by our presenters Izzy & Justin. Featuring a healthy helping of new all-Aussie music served up with a tasty side of interviews, and the occasional dollop of slightly-older-but-definitely-not-stale tunes; all garnished with witty and/or witless banter!


Scanlan's Front PageTALK
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South Sudanese Nuer Language ProgramMUSIC
The South Sudanese Program presents local news and events for the South Sudanese community in the greater Geelong region. Bringing great South Sudanese music for all to dance along with.


The Sustainable HourTALK
'The Sustainable Hour' is about how we can make our own houses and appartments, our gardens and streets, our own little city both greener, cleaner, more beautiful, nicer to live in, healthier, cheaper, and more fun on top of it. Available in iTunes.

  • The Sustainable Hour: Grown, gathered and united as one
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    The Sustainable Hour of Power: Interviews with Peter Yacono, director of the documentary film Our Power, and Matt Purbrick, co-author of the book Grown & Gathered. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour160

  • The Sustainable Hour about climate change: man-made or made by men?
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    Rally speeches by Dr Kate Lardner, Wendy Farmer and Cat Nadel. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour159

  • The Sustainable Hour - Petition peak moment, community power and The Bentley Effect
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    Reports from a climate emergency petition peak moment in Canberra, a congress about community power in Melbourne, and from New South Wales where the so-called Bentley Effect is transforming local communities towards zero carbon. Read more on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour158

  • The Sustainable Hour: Water management as a solution to climate change
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    Dr Sohail Inayatullah about Our Future in Geelong - Tracey Slatter, new boss of Barwon Water, about water management, values, accountability and leadership - David Maher about natural farming - Steve Posselt about his kayak-journey and the Climate Emergency Declaration petition. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour157

  • The Sustainable Hour - Right on climate and fear of coal
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    Speakers in The Sustainable Hour on 15 February 2017 were Paul Gilding, John Hewson and David Spratt, and we interviewed Godfrey Moase, who is President of the Vic Labor Economics Policy Committee, and Steve Posselt, our kayaking climate action campaigner and champion. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour156

  • The Sustainable Hour - festival for change, sustainable water
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    Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 8 February 2017 are Luke Taylor, director of the Sustainable Living Festival, sustainable water expert and professor Rob Skinner, kayaking climate campaigner Steve Posselt, and 16-year-old student Jack Nyhof. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour155

  • The Sustainable Hour - It's time to decide our future
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    Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 1 February 2017 are Simone Boer, leader of City of Greater Geelong's Our Future project, and Steve Posselt, kayak adventurer. See more on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour154

  • The Sustainable Hour - Climate champions
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    Our guests in The Sustainable Hour on 21 December 2016 are climate activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez from the United States and Australian singer Missy Higgins. We take a look at what is ahead in the new year, and also listen to audio clips with American senator Bernie Sanders, actor Mark Ruffalo, and author Joanna Macy. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour153

  • The Sustainable Hour - Electricity prices and power politics
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    About rising electricity prices, politics of stupidity, and local sustainability leadership. Interview with Tony Overman, sustainability coordinator at Barwon Water, Cam Walker, campaigns coordinator at Friends of the Earth Melbourne, and Jodi Magi, event organiser at 350 Melbourne. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour152

  • The Sustainable Hour - Joining dots of economy, energy and environment
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    We talk with Phil Baulch, co-organiser of the coming Geelong event Join the Dots, about why he sees local action and participation in local street projects as an antidote to despair. We also talk with Simon Mulvani from Save the Bees Australia - Bee The Cure. More info on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour151


Tuesday DriveTALK
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The Bicycle ShowTALK
Celebrating bicycle culture, from school kids riding bikes to school to the Pro Tour. Tune in to hear special guests every week.


The Voice of InterfaithTALK
Join the Geelong Interfaith Network and special guests on the last Thursday of each month 3-4pm for their interesting discussions on faiths across the world. Tune into 94.7 the Pulse (FM) or streaming live on www.947thepulse.com

  • Interfaith November 24 2016
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    Tony Power and Shirley Carroll speak with Diane regarding Family Violence, Music Therapy with Peter and Geelong Interfaith's Randall Apps.

  • Interfaith February 2016 - Part 2
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    Leo talks to the Rev Peter Martin, Shirley Carroll from the Catholic community, Carolyn Herrick from the Jewish community about Easter history and traditions

  • Interfaith February 2016 - Part 1
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    Leo talks to Dr Rohan Bastin about Sri Lankan Multi Dimensional religious beliefs; Randall App about the Universal Peace Federation

  • Voices of Interfaith on 94.7 the Pulse
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    Todays show features the Hindu Festival of Light celebrated in November, Fair Trade Gifts from the Wing and a Prayer Bookshop, and the upcoming Peoples Climate march in Melbourne and throughout the world for the upcoming UN Climate Summit to be held in Paris.

  • Voices of Interfaith 30 July 2015
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    On todays program our host Shirley chats with Libby from the University Hospital Geelong about Aboriginal Health. The she chats with Richard about the Leadership Program in Victoria for New and Emerging Communities

  • Voices of Interfaith 25 June 2015
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    Featuring the Wesley Centre for Life Enrichment's new Welcome Place for asylum seekers, with Michael Nolan and Linda Cusworth. We also chat with Ian Yule, Dept Chair Geelogn Interchurch Social Justice Network. And the upcoming NAIDOC week 5-12July with a chat with Jaylana, a Bosnian born artist now exploring aboriginal art practises.

  • Voices of Interfaith: Anzac Special: 30 April 2015
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    Todays program gives its own tribute to war and peace. Joining Shirley in the studios, we hear from Laura, Humanities Co-ordinator, and 2 students Jasmine and Montana from Clonard Christian College on what their school is doing to commemorate Anzac Day. We speak with Michael King, from Kings Funerals about having family members involved with the war. And then we round all this off with Jenny Funston, Oceanic Co-ordinator for the Byakko Sinko Kai (Peace Organistation) with a special tribute.

  • Voices of Interfaith: 26 March 2015
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    Today show contains special guests pastoral care personnel from the 2 major Geelong Hospitals: St John of God and Barwon Health (University Hospital)


The BlurbTALK
"The Blurb" is a radio show about books, reading and ideas which can be heard on Geelong's 94.7 The Pulse on Tuesdays from 2-4pm. Presented by Bernard Ryan, the show includes author interviews, book reviews and poetry, with a focus on local writers.


The Fishing ShowTALK
The ultimate fishing advice and discussion program.


The 4-6 FixTALK
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Voices of InterfaithTALK
Join the Geelong Interfaith Network and special guests on the last Thursday of each month 3-4pm for their interesting discussions on faiths across the world. Tune into 94.7 the Pulse (FM) or streaming live on www.947thepulse.com

  • Interfaith November 24 2016
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    Tony Power and Shirley Carroll speak with Diane regarding Family Violence, Music Therapy with Peter and Geelong Interfaith's Randall Apps.

  • Interfaith February 2016 - Part 2
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    Leo talks to the Rev Peter Martin, Shirley Carroll from the Catholic community, Carolyn Herrick from the Jewish community about Easter history and traditions

  • Interfaith February 2016 - Part 1
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    Leo talks to Dr Rohan Bastin about Sri Lankan Multi Dimensional religious beliefs; Randall App about the Universal Peace Federation

  • Voices of Interfaith on 94.7 the Pulse
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    Todays show features the Hindu Festival of Light celebrated in November, Fair Trade Gifts from the Wing and a Prayer Bookshop, and the upcoming Peoples Climate march in Melbourne and throughout the world for the upcoming UN Climate Summit to be held in Paris.

  • Voices of Interfaith 30 July 2015
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    On todays program our host Shirley chats with Libby from the University Hospital Geelong about Aboriginal Health. The she chats with Richard about the Leadership Program in Victoria for New and Emerging Communities

  • Voices of Interfaith 25 June 2015
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    Featuring the Wesley Centre for Life Enrichment's new Welcome Place for asylum seekers, with Michael Nolan and Linda Cusworth. We also chat with Ian Yule, Dept Chair Geelogn Interchurch Social Justice Network. And the upcoming NAIDOC week 5-12July with a chat with Jaylana, a Bosnian born artist now exploring aboriginal art practises.

  • Voices of Interfaith: Anzac Special: 30 April 2015
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    Todays program gives its own tribute to war and peace. Joining Shirley in the studios, we hear from Laura, Humanities Co-ordinator, and 2 students Jasmine and Montana from Clonard Christian College on what their school is doing to commemorate Anzac Day. We speak with Michael King, from Kings Funerals about having family members involved with the war. And then we round all this off with Jenny Funston, Oceanic Co-ordinator for the Byakko Sinko Kai (Peace Organistation) with a special tribute.

  • Voices of Interfaith: 26 March 2015
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    Today show contains special guests pastoral care personnel from the 2 major Geelong Hospitals: St John of God and Barwon Health (University Hospital)


Wake Up! GeelongTALK
Highlights from Inside Out Breakfast, Mondays 7-9am.


 
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