A Newsman And His Music
With a career in broadcast journalism spanning five decades, Bayside resident Colin Tyrus brings you his unique blend of talk and music.
Journalist Shirley Hardy-Rix was one of the first reporters on the scene of the Russell Street bombing in 1986.
In this podcast from A Newsman and his Music she recalls this tragic event in Melbourne’s history.
First broadcast on 88.3 Southern FM on 1 April 2019. Click the READ MORE button to listen to the podcast.
In this podcast, Southern FM’s Colin Tyrus speaks to Prime Minister Scott Morrison about his $4.7 million dollar promise to help fund a new netball stadium for Sandringham.
ScoMo wasn’t the only person with a nickname at the event. Col also caught up with Bayside’s own footy legend “Fev”. Click on READ MORE to go to the podcast.
Caulfield South resident Suzie Hill and her neighbours are rallying against a proposed nine-storey apartment block in their low-rise neighbourhood.
Suzie spoke with Colin Tyrus on “A Newsman and his Music” and you can listen to the interview on this podcast.
Don Warner has just penned a book called “Beyond The Tip: Tales of the Icebergers of Brighton” and he spoke to 88.3 Southern FM newsman Colin Tyrus. You can hear the full interview in this podcast.
What started out as an interview about fly fishing turned into a discussion about the best way to cook trout. Have a listen to this podcast to find out how you can try fly fishing and maybe even catch a trout!