Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Jim Jose; Aussie Pickers; Tim Roberts; Katie Porritt

Good morning. Today on the show:
  • 09.15am: Dr Jim Jose looks at state and federal politics
  • 10.45am: Adam McDonald and Lucas Callaghan, Aussie Pickers TV Show. Aussie Pickers will scour the Maitland Markets as part of its roadshow looking for collectibles and yarns for upcoming episodes
  • 11.15am: Prof Tim Roberts discusses bioenergy biochar and carbon into the soil
  • 11.35am: Katie Porritt, University Of Newcastle's External Relations Spokesman, discusses the 2014 Alumni Awards

Monday, 1 September 2014

Prof. Clare Collins; Jessica Lambert; Alek Schulha

Good morning. Today on the show:
  • 10.45am: Professor Clare Collins discusses diet and macular degeneration. There are some specific foods you can eat to help protect your eyesight
  • 11.15am: Jessica Lambert is raising funds by raffling a decorated surfboard for The Australian Cancer Council
  • 11.35am: Alek Schulha, for the 65th Anniversary of the Greta Migrant Camp is writing a book about the experiences of those who stayed in the camp

Friday, 29 August 2014

Arts News; Ride for Sick Kids; NeW Space

Good morning. Today on the show:
  • 10.15am: Lindsay Carr's Arts News
  • 11.15am: Ross Bingham, CEO Ronald McDonald House Hunter. The Ride For Sick Kids fundraiser has seen Ross spending five days on the road cycling through Inverell, Grafton, Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie, Forster, and he arrives in Newcastle today
  • 11.35am: An information session about NeW Space is being held at Newcastle City Hall tomorrow from 2.00-5.00pm

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Lawson Panner; Anthony Burke; Prof. Andrew Boyle

Good morning. Today on the show:
  • 09.15am: Lawson Panner talks about this Friday's Wear it Purple Day – the day to show support for sexuality and gender diverse young people
  • 11.15am: Anthony Burke. The charity weight loss challenge, Drop Kilos 4 Kids, is coming back to Cessnock Sportsground on Sunday, August 31
  • 11.35am: Andrew Boyle, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Newcastle, delivers the New Professor's Talk -- Journey Of The Heart: How Heart Disease and its treatments are changing -- Newcastle Museum, today at 6:30pm

Monday, 25 August 2014

Prof. Caroline McMillen; Dr Julie McIntyre; Lex Lindsay; Prof. John O'Connor

Good morning. Today on the show:
  • 10.15am: Professor Caroline McMillen, Vice Chancellor, talks about developments at the University of Newcastle - the New Professor's talks to delivered August 27 2014 by Professor Andrew Boyle, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
  • 11.45am: Dr Julie McIntyre, Research Academic School of Humanities and Social Science. A new study shows that Australians are shifting from beer to wine
  • 11.15am: Lex Lindsay talks about the Dungog Festival featuring film, music and food. Thurs 28 August to Sun 31 August
  • 11.35am: Professor John O'Connor looks at how nature gives us hints on how to develop new transparent safety products for eye protection

Friday, 22 August 2014

Arts News; Magic Flute; Daffodil Day

Good morning. Today on the show:
  • 10.15am: Lindsay Carr's Arts News
  • 11.15am: Hannah Dahlenburg, singer playing the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute at the Civic Theatre
  • 11.35am: Leigh Buckland, Cancer Council Hunter, with news of Daffodil Day which raises funds for combating cancer - research, prevention, advocacy programs and support services

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Alzheimer's; Movie Reviews; Maitland Motorfest; diabetes study

Good morning. Today on the show:
  • 09.15am: Alzheimer's Spokesman, Lyn Thorpe, talks about this weekend's – Alzheimer's Australia Memory Walk and Jog at Speers Point Park
  • 10.15am: Garth Weiley and Jack Lodge review the movies Deep Sea Challenge 3D, The In-Betweeners 2 and The Lunchbox
  • 11.15am: Bruce Corke discusses the 2014 Maitland Motorfest
  • 11.35am: Professor Peter Howe, Research Director, Clinical Nutrition Research Centre School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy, says type II diabetes sufferers are being recruited for a new clinical study investigating the relationship between restricted blood flow and cognitive impairments that can impact memory