One of the world’s great musicians takes time out to talk to RPPFM’s Mission Impossible – astonishing music and amazing melodies. RPPFM is thrilled to announce that on Friday June 21st at 6.00 p.m. there will be a two hour special featuring one of the world’s most amazing musicians – Erin Moran (known as ‘A […]
On Wednesday 22 May we had a chat during the breakfast show with Jess Schubert-Hoban, manager of the Mt Eliza Farmers’ Market. We talked about local food production, supporting our region’s farmers and the great community atmosphere at our local famers’ markets. The Mt Eliza Farmers’ market is on the fourth Sunday of every month […]
Koalas are an iconic Australian symbol. We love them, tourists love them. But here on the Mornington Peninsula, and elsewhere around the country, the koala population is in serious decline. Koalas need our help. They’re facing a number of threats: land clearing, urban development, changes in our climate, traffic and diseases. On Thursday 23 May […]
Our RPP FM breakfast show has a few new faces joining William Bond on Monday to Thursday mornings from 6–9am. Alex, Amy and Katie have been assisting William on the show for the past few weeks of the breakfast program. The ladies (known affectionately in some circles as ‘the Bond girls’) are learning the ropes […]
FRIDAY MORNING IS A CROWD OF FUN Taking its lead from the best of the chat shows the all new Morning Show, with Adam and Matt every Friday, builds to a riot of laughter and controlled confusion as each guest is invited to stick around and help take the party to places unplanned, spontaneous and […]
Sometimes, opera can be a little elitist – but local writer and historian Richard Cotter and Rye opera singer and conductor Antony Ransome have written an opera on a local theme and sure to appeal to audiences of all demographics: the experiences of convict William Buckley in the Collins Settlement at Sorrento in 1803, his escape […]
Arts About – Show 301 – 24 Jan 2018 – Simon Lawrie, McClelland gallery and Malcolm Gartridge at Hill Station.
Simon Lawrie, McClelland gallery and Malcolm Gartridge at Hill Station.