Established November 1998. First broadcast November 2002.
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at the Kilmore Racing Complex.
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Host to guest to singer in a few hours On Friday, Ellie went from host of 'Girl Power' to guest and live‐to‐air singer during 'Turn it up' with Ben. It was another excellent performance and Ben makes a very entertaining and confident Presenter. 'Turn it up' can be heard on every second Friday at 4pm after 'Feel good Friday' with our other Ben.
August 23, 2017
Our thanks to Tanya from Mitchell Libraries and the Communications Team at the Shire for their help preparing the main Flyer for Stories and Sounds. It is likely to show up on the CBF and CBAA facebook pages sometime soon and is already on ours. We should have three sample stories available soon and remind Presenters to encourage listeners to start work on their stories.
August 22, 2017
An exciting game between Kilmore and Reservoir made for a very entertaining broadcast of the last roster game for this season. David did a good job of trying to contain the enthusiasm of Wally and Riley as Kilmore moved to a big win. The gusty conditions and pressure of the game inspired some interesting description of several goals including a 'Maradona goal' and a 'Shane Warne goal'. Depending on the calculations of results from Saturday's RDFNL games, we may broadcast a finals game if Wallan is playing.
August 21, 2017
It was a first for Monday Monthly last week with both the Mayor and Youth Mayor as guests, and the CEO of course. It was a good opportunity to hear about the behind‐the‐scenes activities of Youth Council, including the training, guest speakers and the two‐way exchange of information and feedback with the senior Council. We pitched a proposal to the Youth Council to work with them on a project to be possibly called ‐ "Serious about litter". In the second half hour it was great to talk Libraries with Paula and Tanya and to find out about even more things the Libraries were doing and planning to do.
July 30, 2017
Tree Day in Kilmore this year was focused on the Kilmore Creek banks with three sites between Union St and Mill St. Special weed matting had been spread out and grass and plants were planted into slots in the mat. It was great to have a group of students from TKIS and a few other volunteers. We have roving reports recorded with Viviana from the Shire, Karen from TKIS and Erin who was there with her Mum and sister. Back at the Studio, John had prepared a special edition of his show, featuring close to 20 songs about trees.
July 30, 2017
This week's guest on Rambles was Mandy McCracken. In addition to her own amazing story of coping with the loss of her lower arms and legs, she was able to tell of some of the advances in prosthetics she has been able to experience and, more recently, her work helping Prosthetic and Orthotic students at Latrobe University with their studies and practical sessions. Mandy highlighted the importance of her husband and family during her recovery and she is now working on a project to help other people facing the same circumstances.
July 14, 2017