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Missed one of Jill's show during the week? Now you can with the 1233 online catch up service. A weeks work of shows are available on the top right side of the Mornings homepage. Programs are only available for seven days, and are updated shortly after going to air. Other interviews can be found via the 1233 Mornings playlist on soundcloud. Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2015 at ABC New South Wales
Listen to 1233 Mornings with Jill Emberson, weekdays from 8.30am on 1233am, 95.9FM,online or on the ABC Radio app. 8.35 - 20 years of 'Friendship House' - Samaritans' Helen Fielder-Gill 8.45 - Hunter manufacturing firm moving focus from mining to robotics - GM of Hedweld 8.58 - MENTAL AS: Mindfulness... Continue reading
Posted Oct 5, 2015 at ABC New South Wales
Listen to 1233 Mornings with Jill Emberson, weekdays from 8.30am on 1233am, 95.9FM, online or on the ABC Radio app. 8.35 - Williamtown Contamination - Port Stephens mayor Bruce MacKenzie 8.50 - New Greens policy on mine rehabilitation & future jobs - Greens Co-Deputy Leader Larissa Waters 9.05 - "Shark... Continue reading
Posted Sep 29, 2015 at ABC New South Wales
Wedding music Valentine’s Day is over, and now it’s time to plan the wedding! Here is the Banter's guide to Wedding Music – something for the start, something for the end, and something in between. Introit (Entry of the bride) Prelude to Te deum – Charpentier https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXxtAWzMRYY Nimrod from Enigma... Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2015 at ABC New South Wales
Looking for the perfect musical accompaniment to your Valentine’s Day? Look no further – here is complete list of romantic music compiled by local composer Dr David Banney. First, the Dreamy List – a dozen beautiful pieces from the world of classical and jazz music to set the scene for... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2015 at ABC New South Wales
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2014 Brass Bloke Graeme Irwin - (Photo by Justin Worboys Photography) Recently, Lifeline Hunter awarded its 2014 Brass bloke award to local educator Graeme Irwin, who has a major impact on education in the Hunter. After setting up St Philip's Christian College in 1982, it has now expanded to 5... Continue reading
Posted Jul 21, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
This week local conductor and composer David Banney and 1233's Paul Bevan explain the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. BBB Mendelssohn Violin concerto for Sc Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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The Norwegian owner of the Kurri Kurri aluminium smelter has decided to formally close the plant after placing it in care and maintenance mode 18 months ago. Hydro says the decision will allow it to remediate the site and progress redevelopment options. Potential options for the almost two-thousand hectare site... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
The City of Newcastle and Newcastle RSL Sub Branch have joined together, with Esem Projects, to present a public art Portraiture Project as part of the 2014 Anzac Day program. The Portraits will be screened in large format on the David Maddison Building as part of City Evolutions on Watt... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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Once upon a time, before webisodes and tv series, there was a different kind of entertainment for the masses... Continue reading
Posted Mar 16, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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Miss anything on Afternoons with Carol Duncan? Click through for more information and links for stories during January 20th - 25th Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2014 at ABC New South Wales
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Every year local branches of the Samaritans, the Salvation Army and Wesley Mission put the call out to more fortunate people in the Hunter. Become Santa Claus and donate a Christmas present for the less fortunate kids in the region. After the ABC Newcastle office was flooded with bikes, teddy... Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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What would you class as a “must see” or a “must do” around Newcastle and the Hunter? That’s essentially the question we’re asking you to answer for Craigzlist – it’s about compiling a list of the places you tell your friends and family to visit when they come to town.... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Ever wonder about the construction of the Sydney Opera House, or the first act to ever play there? 1233's Gemma Wolk spoke to Warner's Bay resident Jack Dempsey, who was a part of the original construction team. Jack was lucky enough to hear the vocal talents of Paul Robeson, the... Continue reading
Posted Dec 3, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Justine Ulph (Left) and Phoebe Coyne (Right) on Newcastle's Crown Street Imagine if you could pop downstairs to the street-side and pick up a few basil leaves for your pasta sauce or a sprig of mint for your mojito? With Urban Farming rapidly growing in the area, you may soon... Continue reading
Posted Nov 25, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Doc Neeson smashed unconscious by a traffic sign. Sex Lessons from Bon Scott. The Melbourne Wife of Keith Richards. A new collection of essays are bringing some unknown and untouched parts of Australian music history to the surface, compiled with rare shots of some of Australia's greatest acts. "Rock Country"... Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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ABC Grandstand and 1233's Gerry Collins has gone back to school for the next few month. However you wont see him in any local classrooms. Through his studies at the University of Newcastle, Gerry is studying in La Rochelle France with eight other Hunter Students. In the first week of... Continue reading
Posted Oct 15, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Ahead of the HMRI's Open Day, 1233's Nick Gerber got to explore the new building behind the John Hunter Hospital and quiz some of the brainy people inside about the work they do. -Associate Professor Vanessa MacDonald is a respiratory researcher and clinician, who educated Nick about COPA or Chronic... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
Today Nick was back with us on Upper Hunter Weekends and delved into all things Upper Hunter! To celebrate CWA week we caught up with Anne McPhee, President of the Scone and District Country Women’s Association, to find out what's been keeping them busy for the last 88 years. If... Continue reading
Posted Sep 19, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
Vote Compass is part of the ABC’s election coverage this year, asking voters to answer 30 questions covering a range of policy issues. Voters then see where they stand in relation to the platforms of the major political parties (ALP, Coalition and The Greens) Drive presenter, Paul Bevan, is putting... Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
Vote Compass is part of the ABC’s election coverage this year, asking voters to answer 30 questions covering a range of policy issues. Voters then see where they stand in relation to the platforms of the major political parties (ALP, Coalition and The Greens) Drive presenter, Paul Bevan, is putting... Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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With the election coming up, the relationship between politics and religion has been widely debated. But who does your church want you to vote for? Once upon a time, it was standard procedure for a priest or pastor to stand at the pulpit and direct the congregation to vote for... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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For the last three weeks we have been taking you behind the scenes of the federal election campaign, to the people who work to help ensure their chosen candidate or party has the best chance at success. 1233’s Beth McMullen has seen the inner workings of Newcastle’s Labor party, visited... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Next weekend when you come to vote, religion will be front and centre. The leaders of the two major parties are openly and proudly Christian, the Greens have a strong Christian membership and when you look at the big white Senate paper, you’ll have the opportunity to vote for parties... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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There is no doubt that TAFE has changed a lot since the old days of the tech college. But then again so have Universities and schools. So what is the purpose of the place where you might go to be trained in anything from art to fibre glassing to hairdressing... Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2013 at ABC New South Wales