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I have been with the Toorak Times since April 2012. I work as Senior Editor of the Toorak Times, but I also think of myself as senior contributor. I've been in the Australian music scene as a musician since 1964, and have worked in radio and TV and newspapers (when they were paper ), serious experience in audio editing, and a lot of video editing experience. Currently I'm working as a radio program producer for a national interview program as well as my work with the Toorak Times

Listen To Older Voices: Simon Rashleigh – Part 3

listen to older voices: simon rashleigh – part 3
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    This is the third and penultimate program that features the Life and Times of Baby Boomer – Simon Rashleigh.     Born in the 1950’s, Simon has had a life-long career in many elements of the Australian music business, despite dipping his toe in and out of...

Listen To Older Voices: Simon Rashleigh – Part 2

listen to older voices: simon rashleigh – part 2
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    Welcome to the second part of the 4-part Listen To Older Voices program featuring the Life and Times of Simon Rashleigh.         In the previous program we learned that Simon grew up with a strong desire for a higher education but ended up with a short-lived...

DAYLIGHT SAVINGS has ended

daylight savings has ended
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If you have not put your clocks back ONE hour, you will have the wrong time!

Listen To Older Voices: Simon Rashleigh – Part 1

listen to older voices: simon rashleigh – part 1
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    Welcome to part one of a 4-part program on the Life and Times of Baby Boomer – Simon Rashleigh.   Born into the 1950’s, the same decade that Rock ‘n’ Roll was born, Simon would realise by the time he was a teenager that music would...

Only a small fraction of buildings with flammable cladding have been fixed, and owners are feeling the strain

only a small fraction of buildings with flammable cladding have been fixed, and owners are feeling the strain
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 Picture: MFB Australia has more than 3,400 buildings with flammable cladding. In Victoria alone, at least 71 of these buildings have been classified as “extreme risk” and another 368 as “high risk”. Despite the tragic evidence of the risks of cladding fires, rectification work had been completed on only 11 of these buildings by February 2021. The estimated...

Listen To Older Voices: Claire Humphrys – Part 4

listen to older voices: claire humphrys – part 4
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    Welcome to the final part of the 4-part series featuring the Life & Times of Baby Boomer Claire Humphrys.       Born in 1946, as she grew up Claire found she had a passion for the Arts, painting in particular. It was while following that passion...

Listen To Older Voices: Claire Humphrys – Part 3

listen to older voices: claire humphrys – part 3
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  This is the 3rd part of the Life & Times story of Claire Humphrys.   We have followed Claire’s story from her earliest recollections, where her grandmother who was her primary carer, played an important part in her life. With a strong artistic inclination Claire immerses herself...

Listen To Older Voices: Claire Humphrys – Part 2

listen to older voices: claire humphrys – part 2
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    Hello and welcome to part 2 of a 4-part program featuring the story of Baby Boomer, Claire Humphrys.     In part 1 we learned that Claire was bought up largely by her Grandmother, as her mother was just an occasional visitor into her life. Being bullied...

The Wilbury Sessions – A Review

the wilbury sessions – a review
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Picture: "The Sessions" performing in the show, "The Wilbury Sessions" "Don't Say Magic is dead! It was alive last night in the Atheneum Theatre" The Travelling Wilbury's featured what called be called an English–American supergroup consisting of Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and...

Listen To Older Voices: Claire Humphrys – Part 1

listen to older voices: claire humphrys – part 1
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  This is Part 1 of a 4-part program that features the Life and Times of Claire Humphrys.  Originally aired in early 2016, it is considered as one of our Golden Moment programs, and worth repeating for those that may have missed it the first...