Reconciliation Week 2018: Connections

Thank you for joining us for today’s program, ‘Connections’, in recognition of Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week 2018. Today we acknowledge the ongoing anguish felt by families torn apart by government policies that created the Stolen Generations. We grieve that there is still so far to go before we close the gap. In ‘Connections’ we […]


It’s complicated …

By Harry Ashford-Cox @harryashford15 Relationships come in all shapes and sizes. Perfect or complicated, movie and TV relationships often show us reflections of our own relationships – with partners, family or even friends. Here are five tricky ones. Romeo and Juliet in Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet definitely love one another and the movie does a […]


10 things that happen when you fall in love

BY HARRY ASHFORD-COX @harryashford15 We all know the feeling … weak knees, butterflies in the tummy, an inability to think about anything or anyone but bae <3 Harry A-C has done some research to find the definitive list of what actually happens to us when we find true love. Your appearance matters Obviously when you […]


Animalia: the playlist

Thanks for joining us today on Sydney TAFE Radio for our Friday #animalia special. We’ll be uploading a podcast of the show, as well as previous weeks’ shows, next week. In the meantime, here’s the playlist of the animal-themed tunes we played today, with music direction by Flynn Dunbavan, Rob Frezza Mangone, Anthony Shelston, Liam […]


Rescuing Lucky

Q&A BY JASMINE RYAN @JasmineRyanTAFE My nan, Christa, is 72 years old. Her sense of humour gives her a really youthful sense to life. She lives in a cottage in the town of Brunswick in Adelaide, with her kitten Lucky and her “fishies”.


Walruses surprise scientists in Alaska

BY HARRY ASHFORD-COX @harryashford15 Scientists are trying to figure out why a group of walruses are gathering on the Alaska Peninsula. Port Heiden’s tribal council president John Christensen Jr. said he was on a beach ride when he smelled something foul, which he initially thought could be dead seals or sea otters, but instead found […]