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Friday 20th September
On Friday 20 September, RTRM 92.1 will disrupt our regular programming to join the millions of people across the globe taking urgent action for our planet.
Our house is on fire — let’s act like it. This is not business as usual.
RTRFM 92.1 is participating in the Global Climate Strike action in the best way possible, with a special live broadcast from the Perth Cultural Centre (outside PICA).
Breakfast presenter Taylah Strano will be interviewing arts and cultural workers fighting for climate action ahead of the rally. You can join us outside PICA from 10am before we march as one towards Forrest Place.
We invite everyone to participate in this global action calling on governments and corporations to take immediate and long lasting action on climate change.
If you can not make it to the strike, stay tuned to the Sound Alternative.
From 11am until 2pm we will hear from artists, activists and Global Climate Strikers as we discuss how we can change the future for our young people.
We’ll cap it off with an extra special edition of Revolver until 3pm on RTRFM 92.1 The Sound Alternative.
We demand climate justice for everyone. We urge everyone to participate.
Stay tuned to the RTRFM for our special broadcast, join us on the streets as we demand action, and keep up the fight by telling your local and federal members of parliament that inaction is not acceptable.
Time: 10am - 3pm
Saturday 5th October
THE FREMANTLE RECLINK COMMUNITY CUP IS BACK FOR THE FIFTH YEAR.
The Reclink Australia Community Cup, a much loved nation-wide Aussie Rules football charity match that pits musicians against the media, is back for its fifth year in WA. This year’s local edition, The Fremantle Reclink Community Cup will take place on the hollowed grounds of Fremantle Community Bank Oval, Saturday October 5th.
From its humble pub-led beginnings, the event is now a hugely successful event on Melbourne’s annual musical (and sporting) calendar. The Community Cups’ achievements are now being replicated right around the country, with community radio stations and local media in each state going head to head with local musicians in a family friendly, entertaining day of grassroots football and live music.
“The Reclink Community Cup is the one day of the year when Perth’s community radio and local musicians, everyday people, connect and come together to help Reclink Australia raise much needed funds that enable us to deliver sport, recreation and arts programs, which make a huge difference to the lives of the neediest in our community.” said John Ballis, CEO, Reclink Australia.
The Bandgropers (WA Musicians) featuring members of Axe Girl, NEW TALK, Odette Mercy and Her Soul Atomics, FLOSSY and a host of more, including a special appearance from Aussie Rock royalty, Tim Rogers.
The Newshounds (Media & Community Organisations) featuring players from RTRFM, Channel Nine, Channel 10 and local politicians, including Ben Wyatt MLA, Josh Wilson -Federal Member for Fremantle, Chiara Zaffino (Channel 10) and Michael Genovese (Channel 9). They will be dutifully coached by Peter Barr (ABC Producer and former RTRFM Brekky presnenter) and Danae Gibson (RTRFM’s talk producer and biggest AFLW fan going around).
Plus, on field entertainment will be provided by Noah Dillon and The Little Lord Street Band and a very speical AFL nines game at half time of Reclink Perth’s finest.
Players will puff and pant across Fremantle Community Oval in a game which is part fun, part serious and wholly hilarious, before local musicians entertain the masses on this hallowed footy turf.
All profit for the events go to Reclink Australia, who use sport and the arts to enhance the lives of people experiencing disadvantage. Reclink supports some of the community’s most vulnerable and isolated people – those experiencing mental illness, disability, homelessness, substance abuse, addiction and social and economic hardship.
The event is curated by community radio station RTRFM and a Perth Organising Committee which includes Tom Fisher, Jason Cleary, Chris Dart-Kelly, Danae Gibson, Darcy Love, Brett Walsh and Chris Wheeldon.
Gage Roads and Alby Draught are proudly supporting the Reclink Community Cup and you can grab one of their fine ales at the ground thanks to Bar Pop, with all proceeds going to Reclink Australia.
The Perth Reclink Community Cup is proudly supported by Clancy’s Fish Pub Fremantle, South Fremantle Football Club, Oztix, Reclink Australia, City of Fremantle, Matchless Music Australia, Waterlogic Australia, Bar Pop and your home of footy RTRFM 92.1
THE 5th ANNUAL PERTH RECLINK COMMUNITY CUP 2019
Saturday 5th October, Fremantle Community Bank Oval, Fremantle.
Noah Dillon, The Little Lord Street Band, live commentary and good times.
Gates open 12pm, No BYO.
Time: 12pm - 5pm
Venue: Fremantle Community Bank Oval