|Program - Tuesday Streetbeat|
2011 Tuesday Streetbeat
What's Going Down in Hornsby Town
Roving Reporter Helen catches up with Judy Hopwood and her work with the Hornsby Homeless Taskforce. An in depth discussion of what has been happening and what is going to happen. Ms Hopwood continues her important work with the disadvantaged in Hornsby.
What we do
Streetbeat lets you know what's happening around Hornsby and Ku-Ring-Gai from service club meetings, to medical help group sessions, local charities, theatre groups, drama groups, and Hornsby and Ku-Ring-Gai council events. We feature interviews with the producers and directors of community arts events, the occasional local gamers news, alerts and information from the Rural Fire Service and State Emergency Services.
We're not about the music, but we play a mix of modern Australian music, and ancient tunes from distant shores. Tian will take requests on 8086 1900 and on our Facebook page.
We are now on Facebook! Make song requests and interject in our discussions. Your opinions will go to air!¬† Contacting us via our Facebook page is also a great way to get your community group, cause, company etc airtime on Triple H. All you have to do is "Like" our page. So join the fun!
If you want to know what's going down in Hornsby town, tune to Streetbeat.
Recent featured interviews:
Hornsby Berowra Ukulele Group (Hornsby BUGs) gave a live performance of two songs. More information from Meg 9456 3028.
Triple H hit the mall for Studio Artes "Ride a Day in my Wheels" event, with locals Mayor Nick Berman, MLC Matt Kean, Steve Passfield and others.
Roving Reporter Helen talks to Sarah Chang from Hornsby Council about the 2011 Festival of the Arts.
Roving Reporter Helen talks to Kent Blackmore about the NUCMS production of "La Mancha" .
Ashleigh Frinsdorf talks about being selected as a NSW Finalist in the Girlfriend Rimmel Model Search.
Garry¬†Caldarola¬†speaks about Australian¬†Engineers Week
Melissa Martin gives us the lowdown on volunteering in East Timor with PALMS. Hear her interview.
Aged Care Assessment interview with Maris Tonkin from Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Health Service.
Lyndall Hord is about to do "3 Peaks in 3 Weeks" and raise money for African Charities.
The Stepping Out Theatre and their high quality production of "Shorts on Stage".
Hornsby Council's Rock Around The Block competition. Congratulations to "Usual Suspects"
Arcadia Public School and their bi-annual fete
Hornsby Musical Society about their upcoming production of "The Wizard of OZ"
Greg Bepper from the Hornsby PCYC Performing Arts Centre
Various exhibitors and artists from the Hornsby Art Society
Buzz Bidstrup who is CEO of the The Jimmy Little Foundation supporting a healthier future for Indigenous Australians
Previous host debates:
12 July 2011: Aged Care services in Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai. How do you find your way through the maze? See above for interview with Aged Care Assessment Team manager Maris Tonkin.
05 July 2011: Why have hugs and kisses replaced the good old Aussie handshake? Sam admits to a man pash at the Australia Vs Serbia World Cup game.
28 June 2011: Why is modern music so full of whining songs? Get over it guys.
14 June 2011: When is the right time to leave school - is early earning better than late learning. NO.
17 May 2011: Should Australia re-introduce National Service? Annie says get them digging a hole out Puckapunyal way, it'll do them good.
18 April 2011: Where did the Easter Bunny come from? Surprisingly the Easter Bunny laid a trail of eggs to lead Jesus up from Hell. Annie doesn't believe a word of it.
05 April 2011: What would you do if an impending apocalyptic event was coming? You know you're going to die, so how would you spend your last day?
22 March 2011: Human Cloning. Two Tians? Please no.
22 February 2011: Should our parents choose our partners? They can't be any worse at it than we are.
15 February 2011: Julian Assange and Wikileaks. Speak truth to power, a step forward for journalism.
8 February 2011: Reincarnation: It's hogwash, but if given the choice, I would like to come back as a leopard.
25 January 2011: Amy Chua's "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother", how should we raise our children. Result: balance is important, but hard work is the best habit we can pass on to our children.
18 January 2011: Who's to Blame - Mother Nature or God? Result: Neither, we are at the mercy of events.