3CR celebrated International Day of People with Disabilities 2010 with over 12 hours of radio presented by 3CR's diverse community of disability activists and friends
I am what I am
6 - 7am Welcome to the day
with Marisa Sposaro
Featuring: Dr Rhonda Galbally AO, Chair of the National People With Disabilities and Carer Council on "Shut Out - Life for Australians With a Disability & Their Families" Report Launch 2009 at theNational Press Club
7 - 8.30am The Breakfast Show
with Helen Gwilliam, Adrian Wong and Piers Gooding
Featuring: The Front Page - analysis of todays media coverage. Kirsten Deane, Executive Director, National Disability and Carer Alliance on the campaign for National Disability Insurance Scheme. Sybille Kaczorek, Executive Officer National Ethnic Disability Alliance on the campaign to end discrimination against migrants with disability. Listen to Breakfast 7am-7.30am
Featuring Martin Healy Advocate, Youth Disability Advocacy Service. Alex Rowsell secretary and public officer at Reinforce, a Melbourne-based self-advocacy group for people with intellectual disabilities.
Christine Walton from Australian Disability and Development Consortium and Karina Okotel from CBM about achieving the Millenium Development Goals for people with disabilities in developing countries. Listen to Breakfast 7.30- 8am
Featuring The Front Page- analysis of todays media coverage. Rob Anderson, Wheelchair Sports Victoria about the Disability Sport and Recreation Festival, Federation Square. Listen to Breakfast 8am -8.30 am
8.30 – 9am Just one of the Girls
With Rhiana and Zoe Whitson.
Zoe comes from a big family; four sisters, Mum and Dad. Rhiana is Zoe's big sister. Rhiana chats with her family about the rewards and challenges of growing up with intellectual disability.
9 – 9.30am Spoken Word Language Pertaining to Diversity – a Healing Mission
Presented by Rhonda Jancovich. Works written and read by: Andy Jackson, Elanor Jackson, Emily Manger, Initially NO, Anna Fern, Avril Bradley, Nathan Curnow, Maree Cowan, Sandy Jeffs, Steve Smart and Vicki Thornton.
9.30 – 10am Out of our Minds
Presented by Piers Gooding and Flick Grey.
Featuring Our Consumer Place Co-ordinator Merinda Epstein, long-time activist, advocate, writer/ researcher and cartoonist in the 'mental health' consumer movement Dr. David Webb, Melbourne-based psych survivor, academic, author, activist and disability advocate.
10 – 11am Talkback discussion on disability
Focus on Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
Featuring: Compass Clubhouse members. Suzie, John, Troy, Warren and Steve.Compass Clubhouse is organised by people recovering from ABI based in Northcote. Members run the club and manage their own recovery.
11 – 12pm The Boldness
With Phineas Meere, Daniel Kirby and Peter Johnson.
Featuring Thomas Banks and his Mentor Rose, exploring sexuality and disability from a personal perspective. George Panousieris from Leadership Plus on leadership and disability. Melissa Noonan from Limbs 4 life on what IDPwD means to her.
12 – 2pm Local and Live
Exploring the interface between music and disability.
Presented by Richard Fields. Featuring Paul Cummins (AKA Ellroy Flicker) Ross McGregor pianist and studio engineer from Tamworth and Heidi Everett- Singer Songwriter Melbourne and Phil Heuzenrodeer - musician and disability activist. Audio coming soon
2 – 4pm Burning Vinyl
With Matt Gleeson.
Featuring Live to air with The Footscray Ambient Orchestra. Listen to the live to air recording
4 – 6pm I just can’t hide it
Young women with disability explore everything from self advocacy, fashion and parliamentary representation to dating, technology and queer rights. Featuring: Selene Mathews, Carly Findlay, Naja, Heather Forsyth, Jessica Parraga, Tully Zygier, Beth Barnard, Kelly Vincent and Angie Jones.
6 – 6.30pm
Marisa Sposaro in conversation with Jeanette Lee from Yooralla, Community Learning and Living Service. Leanne Daniels, a vision impaired mother from Victoria on some of the challenges faced by vision impaired parents. Therese Sands fromPeople with Disability Australia talking about the forced sterilisation of women with disabilities.
Welcome to Our World on air for Disability Day with 12 hours of programming on 3 December 2013.
3 Dec 2013
Five people with disability who live, work and play in the City of Melbourne share their diverse experiences of the city – inner-city residents who love the urban life, artists and activists raising awareness of the lived experience of disability, and changing opportunities for workers, students and athletes.
3 Dec 2012
That's Not My Name - on air for Disability Day with 12 hours of programming on 3 December 2012.
3 Dec 2012
Speak for Yourself! 3CR celebrated International Day of People with Disabilities 2010 with over 12 hours of radio presented by 3CR's diverse community of disability activists and friends.
3 Dec 2011