On this episode, Lloyd reviews The Croods and it's sequel The Croods A New Age. Elizabeth catches up with the people running Open Mic Castlemaine, Scott and Robbie, to talk about why it matters to them to keep Open Mic alive in 2021. And she also speaks with Carolyn Neilson from the My Home Housing Justice Network.
On this episode of The Able Radio Podcast, we catch up with some of the crew from Castlemaine Windarring; Melissa tells us all about her’s and Joey’s work training the Bendigo Windarring gang on how to run their new Recycled Store, Joey updates us on what he’s been up to, and Ali chats with Christine about her move to Castlemaine. And Glenn talks with Peter Critchley about how technology can support the independence of people with a disability and our ageing community members.
On this episode of the Able Radio Podcast, Glenn chats with Gen Ward, who along with co-presenter Ange discuss topics related to mental health and wellbeing on their weekly radio program Mind Ya Head. Catch their show every Wednesday at 9 to 10am on 94.9fm for Castlemaine and surrounds, or stream live at mainfm.net. And Josh and Glenn chat movies with Lloyd, the films covered on this episode are Onward, The Dry and Dreamland and are all playing at the theatre royal castlemaine. To check out what else is happening at the theatre, go to www.theatreroyalcastlemiane.com.au
On this episode Glenn chats with Mat Earley from Dis and Dat disability advocacy program on 2BOB RADIO in Mid-Central coast of NSW and Ali chats with Karen about how she's finding audio descriptive television as part of the current trial on SBS and ABC TV.
On this episode of The Able Radio Podcast Joey interviews local music lover and multi-instrumentalist Benz from local band Blue Lucas and My Old Guitar, Glenn speaks with Mark Wallington from pop/funk/rock band Okay Nasa, and Glenn and Josh chat with singer, songwriter, advocate, comedian, artist and all round legend Heidi Everett.
On this episode, Glenn speak swith Joel Van Oosten to find out how the Fight like Fred campaign that raises funds and awareness of Multiple Sclerosis has gone. Ali speaks with drumming legend Andrew Hewitt about Can-Do Musos, and Glenn plays an excerpt from an interview from his radio program Around The Wireless with Kate Stone from the Castlemaine Theatre Company about disability and her work with Bendigo based art program CreateA
On this episode, Sue talks to Ian Lillington about independent living options available under the NDIS, and she also talks with Kerry Anderson from the Mount Alexander Shire Accommodation and Respite Group, or MASARG, about their initiative A Home of My Own.
On this episode, Sue talks with Sherene, the new LGBTQIA+ coordinator at Castlemaine community health about their new program Rainbow Steps, Sue also chats with Phil from Wild At Heart Community Arts about the awesome hip hop crew Inkrewsive, and Glenn talks to Joel Van Oosten about his Multiple Sclerosis fundraising and awareness campaign 'Fight like Fred’
On this episode, Ned gives us the second instalment of his Ghostbusters segment, this time focusing on Ghostbusters 2. Ned also interview’s Felicity from The Theatre Royal Castlemaine and the Felicity Cripps Band. And Lloyd brings us a special film review for MAINfm’s Australian Music Month, where he features “Dark Horse” Australian music films.
On this podcast Sue talks with Paul Gianni from the Mount Alexander Shire Disability Advocacy Group (MASDAG) and holds our last in a series of interviews with Mount Alexander Shire council candidate for Castlemaine Rosie Annear. Joe talks about his love of singing, Ned talks Ghostbusters with Ali, and Glenn tells us about the fabulous show on ABC TV called One Plus One.