Rise & Recover RMR Community Launch a great success
Radio Margaret River’s Rise and Recover Event at the Margaret River Community Centre on Dec 5th was a great success with a warm local crowd gathering to celebrate getting through a tough year.
Apple app released
Our Apple app has just been released, so there were many reasons for us to celebrate.
We hope that people will find it easier to listen to us now that they can download the Apple app, Android app, or Simple app.
‘A Place of the Heart’ radio documentary
There was a special presentation of Bill Bunbury’s radio documentary “A Place of the Heart” which tells the story of how the old hospital was saved for use by the community.
This is now available on our Podcasts page.
Live music & live snakes
The crowds were entertained by live music from Spiff and Fifi, the Mitch Baker Duo and Mike Goodwin. DjERIK closed the show.
Discover Deadly Education Centre and Wildlife Sanctuary were on hand with a couple of popular snakes for petting.
The fun filled afternoon was made possible by a Regional Arts Resilience grant from Regional Arts W.A supported by the State Governments Royalties for Regions Program as part of the Regional Arts and Cultural Investment Program.
We’ll be taking a break over the festive season. We’ll be back in 2021 with a focus on getting our live local programming on-air.
This will include weather and fishing reports, The Local Pulse covering local events and information, indigenous programming, women’s programs and of course lots of music programs, all brought to you by our fabulous volunteers!
See you in 2021.
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