Turning print into sound!
Radio 1RPH informs and entertains listeners across the Canberra, Wagga Wagga and Junee regions by turning print into sound.
Each day our volunteers read from the major daily newspapers, including the Canberra Times, and from popular international and Australian magazines, journals, serialised books and community newsletters. We also feature readings from The Daily Advertiser and The Southern Cross for our Wagga Wagga and Junee listeners.
If you have difficulty reading printed material or just want to stay informed in these fast paced times while enjoying a range of entertaining programs, then Radio 1RPH is for you. Tune in and find out what’s happening in your community, across the nation, and around the world.
Radio 1RPH broadcasts from 7.00am until late into the evening, with the BBC World Service broadcasting overnight.
Radio 1RPH 2019 Appeal – 21–29 September
We love bringing you our programmes, but we need your help to keep doing that.
It takes a lot of money to run a radio station.
In the past, much of our funds have come through regular government grants. However, the financial landscape is changing for organisations like ours that provide free specialised services to members of our community. We’ve cut our spending hard, but the fact is that government grants no long cover our running costs.
That’s why we are having an Appeal in September and we are asking people to give generously, so that we can continue to broadcast the programmes you love. The appeal will be held over the period from 21st to 29th September. Please think about making a tax deductible donation to keep Radio 1RPH on air. You can click here to donate to the Appeal.