The inaugural ‘Eye on the Peninsula’ current affairs program has just launched. PODCAST available on RPP FM website.
RPP FM local radio is excited to announce the launch of a new Current Affairs radio program today, Tuesday 29 March at 12noon.
The half hour program called Eye on the Peninsula is presented by Piers Cunningham and produced by Debra Mar. The program covers local current affairs, developing stories, live crosses and breaking news across the Mornington Peninsula communities.
Station Manager, Mr Brendon Telfer said, “It’s all about the Peninsula and our talented team who will be able to tell important local stories and give them ‘voice’ – we don’t want to rely on the big news agencies defining our part of the world. And I’m very proud that RPP FM is the first sub-metro community station to be embarking on this bold program initiative.”
Executive Producer of Eye on the Peninsula, Debra Mar said, “There is a demand for audio representation of current affairs on the Peninsula. The program has enormous potential to inform and update local communities with exclusive stories, breaking news and the latest developments on issues that matter to people across the Peninsula. We are excited.”
Our team of reporters bring a high level of expertise and journalistic knowledge to the program.
MEET THE EYE ON THE PENINSULA TEAM
Piers Cunningham produces and presents Beyond Infinity, a program on RPP FM that airs Tuesdays, 11-12noon. Piers has a background in journalism.
The past 3 years, Debra Mar produced and presented a breakfast program on RPP FM. She has relinquished that position to focus on her new role as Executive Producer.
Jessica Swann has been in radio and TV most of her working life. She produced and presented various ABC programs including a news/talkback radio program in Dubai.
Ray Reid has a passion for current affairs. He has a music background and presents the Blues Shack program, Mondays 9-11am on RPP FM.
Mitch Gardiner is currently studying media communications and journalism at Swinburne University. He produces and presents several breakfast programs on RPP FM.
Amy Henson has deferred her university studies to focus on her found interest of radio.
Photography Rab Siddhi
The Eye on the Peninsula team want to know what is happening on the Peninsula. We encourage individuals, communities, businesses and organisations to contact RPP FM on 5975 1234 with your ‘News on the Street’.
Be listening every Tuesday, 12noon – 12.30pm for Eye on the Peninsula.
RPP FM local radio
98.7FM & 98.3FM Frankston
Live stream from rppfm.com.au and download our APP
Podcasts of each program will be available on the RPP FM website