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.
In this podcast from A Newsman and his Music, Colin speaks to Bayside Mayor Cr Laurence Evans OAM about the interim heritage protection for 19 mid-century modern properties in Beaumaris and Black Rock. Other topics include the community satisfaction survey and Clean Up Australia Day activities in Bayside: More info: bayside.vic.gov.au Interview broadcast on Monday 22 February 2021
Independent Cinemas are calling for Federal Government support to help them survive the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this podcast from A Newsman and his Music, Palace Cinemas CEO Benjamin Zeccola is speaking with Colin Tyrus. More info: palacecinemas.com.au Photo: Palace Brighton Bay Cinema, Bay Street, Brighton
This podcast from A Newsman and his Music features Monash University‘s Professor Gil Garnier speaking about a newly-developed medical gown made of paper, designed to help protect frontline workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo courtesy Monash University: (L to R) Professor Gil Garnier, Dr Joanne Tanner, Professor Mark Banaszak Holl, Laila Hossain, Ruth Barajas Ledesma and Maisha Maliha
Climate action group Zero Kingston 2030 is calling on the City of Kingston to adopt a net zero emissions target by 2030 in its next climate plan. ZK2030‘s Damien Williams is speaking with Colin Tyrus in this podcast from A Newsman and His Music (25 January 2020). More info: https://www.facebook.com/zk2030
Sam Gledhill talks Men’s Health and Wellbeing every fortnight on A Newsman and his Music (9-11AM Mondays). If you miss the segment on the radio, catch up with the podcast. In this episode Sam looks at getting off to a positive start in 2021.