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New South Wales

Albury

RPH Albury 101.7 FM

Broadcasting from Vision Australia’s David Street centre, Albury 101.7FM presents local content which concentrates on news, events and general information, as well as community information, including weather alerts and emergency information. VAR Albury/Wodonga began in 2000, and thanks to a constant pool of more than 80 enthusiastic volunteers, it has been providing local programming six days per week ever since. From local Border Mail newspaper readings in the morning to local history programs in the afternoon, VAR Albury/Wodonga provides 17 hours of local news and information to the community.

Find the program guide at http://www.var.org.au

Sydney

2RPH Sydney 1224AM and 100.5FM

2RPH broadcasts from purpose-built studios in the heart of Glebe at the St. Helens Community Centre. The original concept was to assist vision impaired, elderly and infirm people. Although that remains the main focus of the station’s work, there are now many other people with a print disability who benefit from the service, including English as a second-language teachers who instruct their students to tune in and follow the printed word as it is broadcast.Over 200 volunteers prepare, present and produce on-air programs. Readers and announcers do not edit what they read or make any comments, presenting the printed word as it is written. 2RPH Sydney broadcasts from 6.00 am to 11.00 pm daily and relays the BBC World service overnight.

Find the program guide at https://www.2rph.org.au/program/guide

Newcastle and the Lower Hunter

2RPH Newcastle 100.5 FM

An extended service of 2RPH Sydney and broadcasts from a transmitter at Mount Sugarloaf in the Lower Hunter Valley. RPH Newcastle broadcasts readings from the Newcastle Herald Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 11.00 a.m. and on Saturdays from 2.00 to 4.00 p.m.

Find the program guide at https://www.2rph.org.au/program/guide

Junee

RPH Canberra 99.5FM

Find the program guide at https://www.radio1rph.org.au/programs/#guide

Bathurst

2MCE Bathurst 92.3 FM & Orange 94.7 FM

Talking Newspapers Mon – Fri 12.00 - 1.00 p.m. 2MCE's Talking Newspapers program serves people with a print disability in the NSW areas of Bathurst, Orange, Blayney, Molong and surrounding districts. The production and broadcast of Talking Newspapers is carried out by a dedicated group of volunteers each week. Designed to assist local residents with vision impairments, the aged, people with reading disabilities and those who don’t have regular access to daily newspapers. 2MCE has provided Radio Reading programming for local people with a print disability since 1978 and is proud to be able to continue this valuable service.

Find the program guide at https://arts-ed.csu.edu.au/2mce/program-schedule

Katoomba

Radio Blue Mountains  RBM 89.1 FM

Find the program guide at https://rbm.org.au/rbm-program-guide/


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PO Box 564
Alexandria, NSW, 1435
T: 02 9310 2999
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