WRITE NOW -tonight – Scot Gardner will talk about his latest book: Off The Map; then Cheryl Threadgold will talk aboput the impacts of Covid on Melbourne’s amateur theatre & how things are now; plus more. Please join me, GaytanaRead more
In this podcast from Friday Magazine, Elsie Johnstone speaks about the rich history of Mentone Public Library which is celebrating its 95th anniversary with an online celebration for all seasons in 2020. More info: Phone 9005 6300 or visit mentonepubliclibrary.blogspot.com.auRead more
The creators of the radio play “Ned’s Gift” adapted from the short story “Evening in Paris” in discussion with Pauline O’Brien on “Community Capers” from the studios of 88.3 Southern FM with thanks to Bayside U3A Writers Group.
The podcast includes the full radio play “Ned’s Gift” with the kind permission of armisticetribute.org.au
At last someone is capturing and preserving the history of amateur theatre in Australia and it’s Bayside’s own Cheryl Threadgold OAM. Cheryl’s PhD research into non-professional theatre was the foundation for her chat with Colin Tyrus on “A Newsman and his Music”, broadcast on 88.3 Southern FM on Monday 10 September 2018.Read more