Finding stories and meeting people – including now husband and co-producer Adrian – from reporting in Northern Ireland to freelance writing for environment magazine and radio production on community radio at Fremantle, Noongar and RTR radio station.
Understorey collective were open (as always) to new members and it was gooooood timing.
The great eclectic mix of programs, presenters, listeners, history, capacity, and the connection to the community – like a modern version of a village.
Nothing too strange – rarely been in considering we produce Understorey off-site and load it to the cloud for pick up and playing as a pre-record.
Hmmmm… probably the R&B show, being the music I like singing along to most, and playing the mandolin is a dream… so maybe something like that.
Working out what I want to do when I grow up (51 now, better get on with it)
Wednesday 15th August
For almost 40 years West-Australian born Rowe Morrow has worked around the globe – in places […]
Wednesday 8th August
When the French decided to renew their nuclear weapons testing in the Pacific in the mid-1990s, […]
Wednesday 1st August
When gazing from his favourite vantage point atop the granite outcrops in remote Western Australia, Tony […]
Wednesday 25th July
The agricultural crescent from Geraldton to Esperance is “Like Nothing Else on Earth,” says literary historian […]
Wednesday 18th July
Western Australia’s wheatbelt has re-shaped the South West, producing 60% of Australia’s wheat exports, but often […]
Friday 13th July
Concrete is an incredibly flexible building material, an essential material in today’s society. But bridges, buildings, […]
Wednesday 4th July
You may have heard of dieback, but now there’s also myrtle rust. Understorey explains how we […]
Wednesday 27th June
Conversations between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people are bridging South West WA, as the South West Native […]
Wednesday 20th June
Nuclear weapons need secrets, and when the British Empire’s first nuclear weapons were tested in Western […]