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The Wire

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Current show

The Wire

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Thursday

The Wire

06:30Thursday

06:30Thursday

The Wire is a daily current affairs program, broadcast nationally around Australia on the Community Radio Network. The flagship national program for the community radio sector since 2004, The Wire is a significant alternative voice in Australian current affairs. We cover stories across Politics, Education, International affairs, Science & Technology, Health, Indigenous Affairs and Arts & Literature to name a few. Our broadcast stations are spread across city, country and remote parts of Australia. They include including many remote Indigenous communities and places with no other broadcast media. More than 5 million people across Australia can tune into The Wire on any weekday Check out our stories on  thewire.org.au

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Breakfast

07:00Thursday

An open jar of marmalade sitting next to two pieces of toast and a butter knife

07:00Thursday

Hear community news and information, interviews, and great music.

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The Phantom Dancer

09:00Thursday

09:00Thursday

The Phantom Dancer, DJ’d by 1920s-30s singer Greg Poppleton, is your non-stop mix of swing and jazz from live 1920s-60s radio. Lots of live high energy music, lots of first hand history from original radio broadcasts, very little talk. How does he do it? CBAA Best Music Show Award 2007. Finalist 2016.

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It’s Time

10:00Thursday

10:00Thursday

Looking at the best of the charts from this week… in a year between 1960 and 1999! Hosts William Brougham and Barry McKay also bring the year alive with trivia about the songs in the charts at the time. Don’t miss It’s Time - or your memory won’t forgive you! Photo by Herson Rodriguez on Unsplash

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Real World Gardener

11:00Thursday

Waratah flower

11:00Thursday

Something for everyone who likes gardening presented by Marianne Cannon on the Community Radio Network. Repeated on Sunday morning from 9.30. Photo: Alfred Sin on Flickr CC BY-NA-SA 2.0

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Living Planet

11:30Thursday

11:30Thursday

Living Planet brings you environment stories from around the world, digging deeper into topics that touch our lives every day. The prize-winning, weekly half-hour radio magazine and podcast is produced by Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster - visit dw.com/environment for more.

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The Talking Newspaper

12:00Thursday

12:00Thursday

Talking Newspaper readers Graham, Onny, and Duck. Supported by the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) and RPH Australia, presenters of this long running 2MCE program read from The Western Advocate, The Central Western Daily, and Charles Sturt University news. If you're unable to read the newspapers due to a print disability or you are just too busy, The Talking Newspaper is the program for you. Readers are community volunteers and Charles Sturt University staff and students. Current readers include Chris, Miao, Sharon, Kerry, Donald, Monica, Peter H, Ross, Graham P, Jane & Sonya. If you would like to join the Talking Newspaper Team, apply to become a volunteer at our information page under get involved. It's easy, fun, and you are contributing to a valuable community service. The Talking Newspaper is produced with the support of the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at cbf.org.au.

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Dirt Music

13:00Thursday

13:00Thursday

A cross section of (usually but not always) roots-based music that on any given week can range from blues, to alt-country, soul, R&B, reggae, and rock'n'roll presented by rock journalist Stuart Coupe and distributed nationally via the Community Radio Network.   Photo by 2SER

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Back to Vinyl

14:00Thursday

14:00Thursday

Playing vinyl from all decades with Ron Gibson.

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Community Drive

16:00Thursday

William St Bathurst

16:00Thursday

Community Drive presents the latest local community news and information from around our region.

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The Wire

17:00Thursday

17:00Thursday

The Wire is a daily current affairs program, broadcast nationally around Australia on the Community Radio Network. The flagship national program for the community radio sector since 2004, The Wire is a significant alternative voice in Australian current affairs. We cover stories across Politics, Education, International affairs, Science & Technology, Health, Indigenous Affairs and Arts & Literature to name a few. Our broadcast stations are spread across city, country and remote parts of Australia. They include including many remote Indigenous communities and places with no other broadcast media. More than 5 million people across Australia can tune into The Wire on any weekday Check out our stories on  thewire.org.au

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Thursday Talks

17:30Thursday

Charles Sturt graphic

17:30Thursday

Hear a variety of engaging monthly talks programming from Charles Sturt University academics. Conversations for a Brave New World Conversations for a Brave New World is produced by the Gender Network (feminist, gender and queer studies) at Charles Sturt University. We bring global, national and local issues about gender and sexuality to the Central West. Each month we feature experts and scholars who converse about a diverse range of topics related to gender and sexuality. It is broadcast on the first Thursday of every month. Changing the World with Charles Sturt University Researchers Produced by the Researcher Development team in the Office of Research Services and Graduate Studies at Charles Sturt University, each month features two student researchers. They’ll discuss the problems their research is investigating, the approaches they are using to collect data, the key findings that have emerged, and how their work is changing the world. It is broadcast on the third Thursday of every month. SICS Radio Each month’s episode of SICS Radio is presented by Charles Sturt University academics from the School of Information & Communication Studies. Topics vary but include relationship between libraries and underserved communities, social justice and information. It is broadcast on the fourth Thursday of every month. All Charles Sturt produced programming are available for listening on demand. Alternate programming during this half hour features That's What I Call Science From Edge Radio and the Community Radio Network, That's What I Call Science's team of experts bring a fresh perspective on local, national and global topics. From bushfires to mental health, Indigenous knowledge to brewing beer, they shine the light on science behind diverse and topical issues.

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Philipiniana

18:00Thursday

Nita

18:00Thursday

Discussion and music from The Philippines, in Filipino. This program is supported by funding from the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

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Latin American Program

19:00Thursday

Eduardo

19:00Thursday

Discussion and music from Latin America in Spanish. This program is supported by funding from the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

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All The Worlds

20:00Thursday

20:00Thursday

World music with Rob Bartulovich   Photo by Anastasia Dulgier on Unsplash

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Jailbreak

22:00Thursday

22:00Thursday

Music, stories and poetry from the inside produced by Kate Pinnock from 2SER.

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Studio 8 Overnight

23:00Thursday

Studio 8

23:00Thursday

Studio 8 brings you the hits from around Australia and around the world. You'll always hear something you love in Studio 8. In 2019, Gary Sweetnam (of [...]

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