A Very BIG congratulations to Triple H 100.1FM Members - Violi Calvert, Criz Guze, Jinky Marsh, Pin Montemayor and all on running their program right at the Fiesta! As Violi mentions, the Outside Broadcast team with Neil Ashworth, Rick Dunlop and Andrew Russell supported Violi and her Tagumpay team to have a great presence at the Fiesta. Radio Tagumpay was broadcast live at the normal time from the Fiesta - fantastic !
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Radio Tagumpay wishes to thank all who supported us in the lead up, during and after the historic event of broadcasting live in Fiesta Kultura 2018 [biggest Filipino fiesta in New South Wales] on October 1, 2018 at the Fairfield Showground.
The Outside Broadcast would not have been possible without the help of foremost Andrew Russell Sound Engineer of Fiesta Kultura 2018; Neil Ashworth, a Presenter of Triple H 100.1FM with behind the scene help in the preparation by Rick Dunlop, Manager of Triple H 100.1FM and Josefina Musa, External VP of the Philippine Australia Sports Council [PASC] and head of Fiesta Kultura 2018 in the lead up preparation, and the Radio Tagumpay team working on the run sheet and making arrangements with the guest interviewees and performers.
There were many other things that were undertaken before the event, ie Andrew Russell going to Triple H studio to check out equipment with Neil Ashwoth, doing FB and other promos, etc. Aside from these two key people, thanks the following for being part of the actual OB [in the order of appearance]: Charles Chan for co-hosting with Violi Calvert and Criz Guce parts of the radio show; Josefina Musa; Robyn Russell Mon Coloma; Jinky Trijo Marsh and the RT Junior Media Contributors (Sabrina, Brendan, Cameron and Juliana); Michelle Baltazar; Jersay Delaney; Consul Melanie Diano Team Orayenza [Zaelic, Zaebriel, Zaevar and Zaeclan Raissa Nuval Crease Orayenza], with Zaebriel also singing; Julius Carvajaland Juliana; Sheila Cantero Raptis; AlleyOne; Maharlika Riders President Eric P. Prevendido and Miguel Castro. [Please refer to the FB promo for the October 1 radio show for details about the guests].
Thanks too to Josie Musa for reading tribute to our late Mentor Ms @Lolita OAM (Lols Farmer)for whom we dedicated the Fiesta Kultura OB, aside from the warm welcome to us. Also to those who stayed with us at the Fiesta Pavilion, took photos and video clips; Lucy Russell for support; Gerry Musa and Criz Guce for helping in the packing up of all the equipment after the event.
Saturday 22nd September, 1918 was the first transmission to Australia - the message was received on the cnr of Cleveland Street & Stuart ST, Wahroonga - the home of Sir Ernest Fisk . 100 years on There was a re-enactment - the Ku-ring-gai Historical Society, the Hornsby & District Amateur Radio Club, Triple H 100.1FM and a number of associations gathered at St Andrews church to celebrate the historical event. Fisk family members were there to be apart of the festivities as was Dick Smith.
Triple H ran an outside broadcast from 10am with the Show Us Your Motor team running their program in the St Andrews hall, then Pasquale did some interviews and the actual festivities of the morse code being played at 1.15pm signifying the 100 years of wireless in Australia. Triple H recorded the event and will be replaying on the 6th October.
Thanks to everyone involved on the day - it was a huge undertaking by Triple H - the outside Broadcast was headed up by Jason (Noddy) Velleley who did an amazing job!
The highlights of the day will be played in full on Saturday October 6 from 1.00pm.
As another way for Triple H to raise funds, we regularly help out at the Bunnings BBQ at Thornleigh. It was a nice sunny day and the community were out and about at Bunnings getting their supplies for the garden and house stopping along the way to get a sausage sizzle.
Bunnings are a fabulous supporter of community organisations and this initiative helps with community engagement, raising awareness of Triple H and bringing in some funds to pay the bills!
Members are encouraged to assist, it is a great way to connect and meet other Triple H members, as well as, speaking with the public. Thanks to all our members who helped at the 6th September Bunnings BBQ.
Triple H Members and the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Community got dressed up as their favourite music artist and had a fabulous night enjoying Trivia, some fabulous live music and celebrating the night!
A huge "Thank You" to Jason "Noddy" Vellely and Trevor Richardson for being the Masters of Ceremonies for the evening, preparing all the questions and ensuring the night went smoothly. Also, a BIG "Thank you" to the Triple H Station Manager, Rick Dunlop, for his help with the music and sound so the night went so well. A "Thank You" to our Triple H event committee for putting in their time to organise this event and bring a great night to our Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Community.
A very important "Thank You" to our sponsors - Triple H really appreciated the variety of donations, gifts and prizes that helped make the night so special.
There were around 200 attendees at the Asquith Bowling club enjoying the Trivia, the prizes and having a meal together. There were a huge number of prizes, silent auction items and some special Live auction items too - this all went together to make a great night.
Triple H is the community radio bring a voice to the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai community - this Trivia night was a fundraiser to help Triple H to bring this valuable service to our community. The support and enthusiasm was so appreciated and this event really helps Triple H to be able to connect with our community.
The CBAA awards will recognise excellence across 30+ categories in 2018. This includes 12 new categories, expanded to reflect success across more aspects of outstanding community broadcasting.
New categories include Best New Radio Program, Best Online Content, Excellence in Creative Audio, Excellence in Innovative Programming & Content, Excellence in Journalism, a Station Leadership award and more.
The CBAA’s Chief Executive Officer Jon Bisset says the CBAA Community Radio Awards now have even more opportunities to recognise the achievements of stations with programs, initiatives or practices that have increased their capability and improved the services offered to their communities.
Triple H 100.1FM is thrilled to announce that two Triple H members are finalists in the CBAA Community Radio Awards 2018.
Best Radio Program – Talks
The 2018 CBAA Conference will take place 8-10 November at the Gold Coast Convention Centre. Earlybird registrations are open until 11.59pm AEST Sunday, 9 September!
It's the largest annual community radio gathering - a chance to network, be inspired and develop your knowledge and skills.
The CBAA conference is your opportunity to:
Good luck to Neil and Jason !!
Triple H 100.1FM welcomes 11 new Presenter Training Course graduates to community radio - pictured here 9 of the graduates with the Training committee.
Our local community radio station, Triple H 100.1FM, servicing the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai area, is excited to announce the graduation of eleven new presenters from its recent Presenter Training Course at a ceremony held in May.
The popular in-house course ran over six weeks and covered all aspects of radio including announcing, voice coaching, program planning, broadcast law, interview techniques and essential skills needed to make great community radio.
The Triple H 100.1FM course is widely acknowledged and highly regarded by media professionals as providing quality training delivered by qualified trainers with extensive experience in community radio according to Jason ‘Noddy’ Vellely, a member of the station’s dedicated training committee.
“Our last course produced a record number of graduates,” Noddy said.
“We’re looking forward to our new presenters hitting the panel in Studio One with their own shows to join other popular programs on Triple H 100.1FM,” he said.
The lineup includes Monday Focus with Adrienne McLean & Greg Smith, Mid week Washup with Stephen Holland and Elizabeth Henderson, Streetbeat with Neil Ashworth &Justine Smillie and the new Sports Show on Friday night with the voice of local sport Tony Dosen.
Sunday sees 2FAR with Forouzan in the morning, one of our many ethic presenters and Mark Melli in the afternoon.
If you have a passion for the local community and an interest in radio, you can find out more about the next Triple H 100.1FM Presenter Training Course by emailing the Triple H 100.1FM Training Committee on - firstname.lastname@example.org
It was the second and, hopefully, last conscription war in Australia. Australia committed nine battalions to the war between 1966 and 1972. The 2nd, 4th and 6th Battalions were “Anzac” Battalions integrating with New Zealand Regiment “Victor” and “Whisky” Company.
Total casualties were nearly 6 million, of which 521 were Australian military personnel killed, with nearly 2,500 wounded. Australian Infantry soldiers saw an average of 314 days in combat areas in one year. In WWII the average combat time was 40 days in four years. The average age of a World War II soldier was 26 years. The average age in Vietnam was 22 years.
The war in Vietnam defined my generation. Every casual meeting seemed to skirt around the “for” or “against” question and friendships foundered on it. I marched against it. My friend's brother was conscripted and died in action. His father fled Australia for New Zealand in case another son met the same fate. Others volunteered and served. Over 18,000 National Servicemen saw service in Vietnam. None were unscathed.
We're older now. More inclined to understand. Less inclined to judge.
These are the stories of people from Hornsby Ku-ring-gai who experienced the war in Vietnam first hand. Many now live their lives supporting and helping others.
Produced with the support of the Community Broadcasting Foundation and the co-operation of the Hornsby RSL Sub-branch, and the Vietnam Veterans Peacekeepers and Peacemakers Association of Australia.
To listen to these incredible interviews , hearing the history from individuals who lived through the events - click - Vietnam Veterans
Produced by Neil Ashworth.
Original compositions by Clive Lane.
Script consultation by Harry Kolotas.
Subject research and recommendations from Mark Parrott and Lucy Dahill.
Web page by Hugh Mulgrew.
Graphics from an original by Patrick Crawford
International Women's Day celebrated on the 9th March, 2018 at the Hornsby mall was a vibrant, supportive day celebrating women in our community.
Triple H had their female presenters interviewing women who participated in the celebration - here is Triple H half Hour Hoot, Georgie Cameron speaking with Streetbeat Justine Smilie on the issues faced by women not only in our local area but nationally as well.
Lucy Dahill, head organiser of the International Womens Day Festival 2018 had many events on during the week - the aim of the festival was to support women, give women opportunity to share and feel supported by their community and to feel a bit pampered. Lucy certainly achieved this in an incredible way connecting the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai community of women and men. Lucy lead the organising committee comprising of Laura Lloyd, Mandy Taylor, Jo-ann Moffatt, Alison Pearson.
Some examples of the community engagement activities undertaken are:
Triple H 100.1FM is connecting with the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai community - Live & Local!
Here's a promotional Video about Triple H - Hornsby Ku-ring-gai community radio - share this llnk on your social media and spread the word! Share this link - https://youtu.be/O7ci2G7yLz4
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