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At a busy time of year, Stay in the Loop with Lucy had a special Christmas show - take a few minutes to listen to two people who have experienced a different kind of Christmas - working, serving and sharing. Lucy's guests today #MichaleCrawford ( Yes of "Some Mothers Do Av'Em and Phantom of the Opera fame) and Evan Burrell - Rotarian from Turramurra Rotary.
1. At the Triple H Christmas Party - Awards were given out to members who have gone above and beyond to help Triple H with the many facets of running a community radio station.
The Triple H - Dave Gillette award is only given to recipients of the highest standing.
Dave Gillette was a member who was an exceptional trainer and radio presenter who gave his all to see Triple H flourish. Sadly, Dave Gillette passed away after a car accident and this award is in his honour - only the best of the best are the recipients.
For 2017, Jason "Noddy" Vellely was awarded the Dave Gillette award for
1. Outstanding commitment and diligence to production of his weekly "Aussie Music Weekly" that goes Australia wide,
2. Commitment to the Training Committee and running of Presenters workshops training 100's of attendees through the workshop.
3. Helping with fundraising initiatives whenever possible. Congratulations Jason, a reward , very well deserved.
Radio Azerbaijani is particularly tailored to Australian Azerbaijani Community. I started Radio Azerbaijani in the studios of 2SER FM at 2002 with the purpose of assisting Australian Azerbaijani Community better integrating in mainstream Australian Communities.
One of our other main goals has been promoting Azerbaijani culture, history, language, music and other values with the new generations of our children growing up in Australia. Elderly Azerbaijani parents with poor grasp of English language are particularly enthusiastic when they hear a radio program in their mother language in Sydney. We not only have been involved in interviewing prominent Azerbaijani writers, artists and community personalities, but we have also been involved in planning, and running community picnics, concerts and other events during our 15 years of history.
Due to the closure of all community radios at our previous radio station, we moved to 2HHH at April 2016. We have been presenting our program between 5:00 till 7:00 pm every Saturday evening since then. We have been actively involved in 2HHH community engagement activities along with presenting our program and looking forward to do so in years to come.
Photos are relating to our interview with “Mrs. Semineh Bagcheban” from USA and “Mr. Rahmani” from Sweden, both prominent Azerbaijani and Iranian writers during their visit to Australia. Names of the members of our team at the photo are; Mahmoud; Barish; Vida and Ghahreman.
Filipino-Australian radio show Radio Tagumpay commenced on Triple H 100.1FM three years ago. It subscribes to the philosophy that "success" ['tagumpay' in Filipino] is not just about what you achieve, but also what you inspire others to achieve. The two-hour live radio show airs on Mondays, 2pm to 4pm.
Aside from the usual segments of news, community events, children's storytelling and Filipino language class, Radio Tagumpay boasts having Consul Marford Angeles of the Philippine Consulate Sydney doing live phone updates. It conducts interesting interviews of Fil-Aussie achievers from various professions and areas of interests.
Some of the interviewees were Consul-General Anne Jalando-on Louis; Ignatius Jones, Creative Director, Vivid Sydney; Soprano singer Sarah Ampil, winner of three singing competitions; Original Pinoy Music [OPM] icon Jim Paredes; Broadway stage actors MiG Ayesa, Roanne Monte and Jose Llana; local artists Marcus Rivera, Brian Lorenz, Joanna Ampil, Felino Dolloso, John Gomez Goodway and Meynard Penalosa, to name a few. It also provides platform for young people pursuing their passion in the performing arts, sports, creative writing, painting and other areas.
Radio Tagumpay goes beyond being a radio show. It staged the 2015 and 2016 Inspire Concerts which was lauded as a huge success not only for showcasing the talents of FilAussie artists and engaging the radio station with the local community, but also for raising some funds for micro-finance projects under Grameen Australia, Childreamers and Triple H.
The producers and presenters of Radio Tagumpay are Violi Calvert, Jinky Marsh and Pin Montemayor. Aside from her years of radio experience,
Violi Calvert is also a freelance writer who won the 2015 Multicultural & Indigenous Media Award for Community Affairs Coverage, was Finalist in the 2014 Premier's Multicultural Media Award for Best Editorial/Commentary, 2015 Filipino Plaza and NARRA Ambassador for Arts & Culture Ambassador for Arts & Culture - Media Service, CMTO graduate and a community leader.
Pin Montemayor is a writer, community leader, 2015 Filipino Plaza and NARRA Ambassador for Arts & Culture - Social Service; events producer and broadcaster with three years experience.
Jinky Marsh is a storyteller, freelance writer, voice artist, children's program radio broadcaster from Melbourne, stage actor whose credentials include playing the lead role of Kim in Miss Saigon in the Australian community theatre premiere production by Rockdale Musical Society and support act of overseas artists. The team has recently been joined by Criz Dang Guce , a well-known talented artists and was one of the artists who have performed in the Inspire Concer
Just over 12 years ago, Andrew Willoughby launched a motoring program on Triple H 100.1 fm. Peter Thompson joined a few years later and the Rev Dr (Scott Fleming) not long after that. They covered the latest motoring news and information, recent road issues from the NSW Police, mechanical tips for the home mechanic from the Rev Dr, interviews from local motoring specialists and racing drivers. Tanya Bertoli joined the team this year to bring a feminine touch to the motoring team and covers all the upcoming motoring events information
Over the years the team has also hosted a number of BBQ’s for listeners as well as 3 Motoring shows for local motoring enthusiasts. This is a magazine style program with the different segments interspersed with driving rock’n’roll songs to appeal to a wide variety of listeners for 2 hours each Saturday morning from 10 am.
Andrew Willoughby and Pete Thompson have years of community radio experience and they are apart of the Triple H 100.1FM Training committee. Triple H 100.1FM offers regular training for people interested in being a radio presenter - this is a highly detailed program that goes through every aspect of presenting on air . This program has helped presenters get into commercial radio.
Thank you to all who supported in any way our inaugural Office Works North Ryde BBQ.
The positives from the day were definitely the local community exposure that had hundreds of people leaving North Ryde with their radios tuned in to 100.1 FM and sampling what we do. Many people were engaged on the day with us and a couple of leads developed for future revenue.
Any member that is not taking advantage of joining the Grill Masters at an event is missing out. It is a valuable opportunity to meet and engage with others that share a love of what we do. From the ceremonial dressing of the Triple H apron to the somewhat sombre Burial of the Burnt Snag it is time well spent to build a sense of community within the station and wider.
This is a fundraising initiative for Triple H that helps keep us on air and serving our Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Community. Look out for our next Triple H BBQ and join in - it's a great way to get to know our Triple H community.
Our June guest speaker Stephen O'Dougherty
From the CBAA "Round Table" Stephen gave us valuable insights into community radio.
How "local" and "community" are key to our success.
He is a regular commentator on politics and the media on 702 ABC Sydney and Sky News Australia.
Our first meeting at the Blue Gum Hotel went well and we expect more members to show up next month when we have Mark Parrott (Eagle - Sunday nights) presenting on "portable outside broadcast" where he walked around Sydney and still was able to present as an outside broadcast. Come to the July 19 meeting to find out how this was accomplished.
Monday Focus from 4 to 6pm.
Everything you need for your drive home - fabulous music, interesting interviews concerning the community and all the uptodate traffic reports, weather and news both local, Australian and International events.
Listen in to Greg Smith and Adrienne McLean.
Enjoy the drive home!
Easter Saturday 15th April What a fabulous day this was, Bunnings told us we were one of the best they have experienced.
The whole day was spent with Noddy (Aussie Music Weekly) on the grill cooking up a storm, hmmm, sausages actually and onions.
Bunnings said this was the busiest day of the year for them and we believe this because we were sold out by days end!!
A miniature baby animal farm was wedged between our BBQ and OB marque so we had major passing trade.
Our next BBQ event is on Saturday 24th June at North Ryde Officeworks and I suggest members make their way to this event so they can help us promote Triple H.