THE CITY PARK RADIO XMAS BBQ GLEE CLUB WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SUNDAY RADIO PROGRAMS
On Sundays, there is some program movement to better reflect the weekend scheduling on City Park Radio. After months of consultation with programs and their coordinators, the Sound of Stage and Screen moves to 9am allowing the Sunday afternoon music program to be scheduled for three hours from 2pm. Offbeat will move to the earlier time of 5pm and Around the World will stay on Sundays and be heard at 7pm.
For people listening to the station, these small changes will align program genres and times for weekend programming. General music will be heard both days with Breakfast between 6-9am and Afternoon Mix 2-5pm with specialist programming between 9am-2pm and 5-10pm.
The statistics tell us that most Australians don’t know enough “Health Speak” to properly look after their health.
From Bum Doctors to Speech Pathologists, Dieticians to Exercise Physiologists, in this series Penny Terry rejects the health jargon, bans the big words and leaves the Latin alone as she finds out who these people are, how they can help and what they do… to you.
This series is funded by the Healthy Tasmania Community Innovations Grants through the Tasmanian Government.
From the 8th January, you can listen to it in Wednesday Long Lunch and again in Thursday Drivetime. It is also available as a podcast on our website, cityparkradio.com
FEATURE – ELIZA
“Eliza” is the next radio play written and produced for City Park Radio by Jenna Carole.
It is another Tasmanian tale of convicts and transportation, of love and lust, of connections and inter-connections and family and settlement.
Jenna narrates the script and sings the songs with the violin played by Hamish Pike.
Recorded and produced in Studio D at City Park Radio by Bent Eared Records.
To air – Monday 27th January at 4pm.
The GEEKS REVIEW
Royce Pentaghast (Lion Goats & The Misadventures of Agnetha Deveaux) has corralled a couple of mates to discuss especially geeky films. It is sure to appeal to the young and not-so-young.
There’ll be new releases and some that have already made it to DVD. It promises to be not just another review program.
Every Thursday afternoon at 4pm during January and February replacing Zed Games.
No prizes for guessing Star Wars is at the top of their list.
Programming Meeting – Wednesday 8th January – 7pm
Management Meeting – Saturday 18th January – 9.30am
Saturday 4th January 10.55am – 20/20 Cricket – Greater Northern Raiders v Clarence
Suinday 5th January 10.55am – 20/20 Cricket – Greater Northern Raiders v Glenorchy (womens)
Sunday 5th January – 1.25pm – 20/20 Cricket – Greater Northern Raiders v Glenorchy
… and in between the cricket on Sunday, a replay of Roger Brown in the Hot Seat.
City Park Radio will cross to the Community Radio Networks coverage of the Golden Guitar Awards live from Tamworth…
With three nominations, will Tassie’s Wolfe Brothers get an award ?
Our local programs have given up their spots for one week only just for these brothers.
The ROCK Show and METAL programs will not die … they’ll be back the following week.