Category: Archives

Archived news and events posts.

2019 Annual Appeal

The inaugural Radio 1RPH Annual Appeal has now wound up after a busy week – and what a result!

The station’s board, staff and volunteers have been overwhelmed by the support shown by our listeners and the greater community. Read more

Radio 1RPH 2019 Appeal

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.

RPH Australia Survey

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Calling all Radio Reading supporters

RPH Australia is conducting a short survey to help identify areas for improvement in the services they provide to the RPH Network.

RPH Australia is the peak body for the Radio Reading Network; community radio services dedicated to providing access to information for the estimated 5 million Australians with a print disability. 1RPH is a part of the RPH Australia network. Read more

New Outback podcast

From today we bring you articles that celebrate the Australian outback in R.M. Williams Outback magazine.

Immerse yourself in real Australian people, places, animals and issues. The show will be available to listen to or download every fortnight through our podcast libraryRead more

Podcast interview with Diane Kargas Bray AM

Diane Kargas Bray AM
Diane Kargas Bray AM, photo courtesy of Danielle Nohra, CityNews

Meet Diane Kargas Bray AM, Canberra Citizen of the Year 2018, as she chats about being drawn to community service from an early age and about the two charities she now Chairs: Common Ground and Hands Across Canberra.

Listen now to the Community Roundup podcast, download and listen later, or tune in to the broadcast on Monday, 28 May at 9.15am, repeated at 8.00pm.