Descriptions of programs on Radio 1RPH Program Guide


Accent on Asia: Items from leading Asian newspapers and periodicals.
Around the Churches (Repeat).: 15 minutes of church notices.
Aviation Digest: Readings from current aviation magazines.
Beyond the Blue Horizon (repeat): Geography.
Bubble 'n' Squeak: Readings of an assortment of light articles with Sue Farrelly
Bush Poetry: Ron Bull shares bush poetry and Aussie yarns.
Canberra Times: Headline and National News: Readings from the newspaper "The Canberra Times".
Children’s book reading: Serialisations of a wide range of books for young people.
Choice Magazine: Consumer affairs.
Christian Perspectives: Three-hour program featuring readings from Christian newspapers and magazines and interviews.
Community Roundup (repeat): 1st Wednesday: TBA; 2nd Wednesday:National Museum; 3rd Wednesday: TBA; 4th Wednesday: Family History.: Interviews and readings from the newsletters of community service organizations.
Community Roundup - NDIS (repeat): NDIS Program.
Community Roundup NDIS: NDIS Program.
Community Roundup: 1st Fri: Canberra Blind Society; 2nd Fri: TBA; 3rd Fri: Animal Welfare; 4th Fri: TBA.: Interviews and readings from the newsletters of community service organizations.
Community Roundup: 1st Wednesday: TBA; 2nd Wednesday:National Museum; 3rd Wednesday: TBA; 4th Wednesday: Family History.: Interviews and readings from the newsletters of community service organizations.
Community Roundup:1st Thurs; RSL. 2nd & 3rd Thurs; TBA. 4th Thurs; Lifeline.: Interviews and readings from the newsletters of community service organizations.
CompuTalk.(Repeat): The latest news on computer technology.
Cosmos Magazine: Readings from the Australian Cosmos science magazine.
Face to Face: Christian programme, non denominational, Gospel based words of hope in life's troubles
Fact or Fantasy.: Readings from both fiction and non-fiction books.
Gardening with Camilla.: Information and gardening tips with Camilla Shaw.
Get Together: Light articles from around Australia. Presented by Bob Hargreaves.
Hear This.: A Vision Australia Program which reviews talking books, audio description and technology.
Heritage (Repeat): Australian history and culture.
Insight For Living: Bible-teaching radio ministry of author and pastor Chuck R. Swindoll.
Jazz Odyssey: Examines the history of Jazz. Produced at 1RPH.
Maresa’s Musings.(Repeat): Maresa Laird reads items from the newspapers with her selection of music.
Muse: Information about Literature and the Arts.
Musical Interlude: Ross Newton (Mr. Mantovani) presents music for easy listening.
New Scientist: Readings from New Scientist magazine.
Presenter's Choice: Monday to Friday this contains readings of items of interest from various newspapers.
Radio 1RPH and TV programs to midnight: Readings of 1RPH and Canberra Times TV program guides for the remainder of the day.
Spectrum: A Deutsche Welle programme looking at developments in the fields of science and technology.
Talking Vision.: A Vision Australia Program on news and developments for the vision impaired.
The Land - part1 (repeat): Australian agriculture and farming.
The Music Room: Biographies of musicians and composers, stories of shows.
Themes: Books, History, Food and Wine.: Each evening our readers bring you readings on a wide range of topics.
Themes: Education, Personal Finance and Health: Each evening our readers bring you readings on a wide range of topics.
Themes: Entertainment, Law, TV and Radio: Each evening our readers bring you readings on a wide range of topics.
Themes: Motoring & Transport, The Home & Environment, Arts.: Each evening our readers bring you readings on a wide range of topics.
Themes: Travel, Obituaries and Science: Each evening our readers bring you readings on a wide range of topics.
Themes: Weekend Supplements: Each evening our readers bring you readings on a wide range of topics.
Under the Sun.: Archaeology.
What’s Cooking.: A cooking program from 4RPH Brisbane.
Women's World: Items for and about women.
World In Progress.: A Radio Deutsche Welle program on World affairs.

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