On “Radio Theatre” throughout January 2023, Radio Mansfield presents “A Tale of Two Emus” by Mansfield writer Denise Kramarczuk.
It’s holiday fun on the farm as two young boys come to stay with their grandparents at Mansfield … and discover two emus on the property.
There are lots of surprises in store as the boys make new discoveries on the farm … and we also hear what the emus have to say, as well as some of their other animal friends.
Two new voices make their “Radio Theatre” debut in this delightful tale - young Mansfield siblings Amity and Digby Barber as the boys - and we welcome them and their vocal talents to our ever-growing acting team!
Will the boys help save the day when the steady rain and floods threaten the emu’s nest?
Find out in our special family-friendly New Year’s radio play “A Tale of Two Emus”, broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout January on “Radio Theatre” - right after the three o’clock news
Members of Radio Mansfield Inc are invited to attend our Special General Meeting on Thursday 19 January at 6pm at the Buckland Room, the Buckland Centre in Erril Street.
The purpose of this meeting is to elect a new committee, as we had insufficient nominations to form a committee at our 24 November AGM.
To find out more and register your interest in attending, or to nominate for the committee, please contact our Secretary Lyn Holland by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of Radio Mansfield Inc are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 24 November at 6 pm. To find out more and register your interest in attending please contact our Secretary by email on email@example.com
Join us for a FREE two-day workshop that runs across 2 consecutive Sundays, 5 and 12 February from 10am to 4pm each day. There will be a short break for morning tea and lunch. Tea/coffee and biscuits provided for morning tea. Lunch not provided
The workshop is open to all age groups, whether you are an aspiring writer or have previous experience.
This workshop provides a chance to learn the skills needed to create a 30-minute radio play - of any genre – that can be produced and broadcast on the “Radio Theatre” Sunday afternoon slot on Radio Mansfield.
Topics covered include – Understanding Narration; Character Dialogue and Motivation; Introducing Jeopardy; Script Formatting; Using Sound Effects and Music … and much more.
Mansfield Community Radio’s Original Radio Play Script Development workshops are proudly supported by Community Bank Mansfield & District
Sunday 5 February and Sunday 12 February 2023 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Buckland Room, Community Centre. Erril Street Mansfield Vic 3722
Book your place www.trybooking.com/CEQMA
On Radio Theatre throughout November 2022, Radio Mansfield presents Part 2 of “Nelly Kelly’s Moonshine” by Longwood writer Julie van Kerkwijk.
Nelly Kelly and her performing girls ‘The Passionfruits’ arrive by train in Queenstown
… at the same as the crooked Mayor and the dodgy Barber are trying to get their greedy hands
on the gold-mining claim of the three hard-working miners we met in Part One.
And Cranky Jimmy’s arranged for a big night of fun and games at the ‘Lucky Dog’ saloon … with a bit of moonshine and two-up … along with the showgirls!
Set on the Victorian goldfields in the 1870s, this radio play is full of intrigue, drama, colourful characters ... and a healthy serving of good old-fashioned Aussie humour!
So tune in to hear the second installment of our three-part original adventure “Nelly Kelly’s Moonshine” broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout November on “Radio Theatre” - right after the three o’clock news - on Radio Mansfield, 99.7FM.
On Radio Theatre throughout October 2022, Radio Mansfield, in association with Arts Mansfield, presents Part One of “Nelly Kelly’s Moonshine” by Longwood writer Julie van Kerkwijk.
Set on the goldfields of North-East Victoria in the 1870s, three down on their luck gold-miners finally make a discovery that could change their lives … but someone else is watching and may just get in first with a claim on their find, and their eureka moment will be for nothing.
Full of intrigue, drama, fascinating colonial characters and a healthy serving of good old-fashioned Aussie humour and mateship, this is a very special radio play experience!
So tune in to hear the first instalment of our two-part original adventure “Nelly Kelly’s Moonshine”, broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout October 2022 on Sunday afternoons right after the three o’clock news - on Radio Mansfield, 99.7FM … your voice in the High Country.
On “Radio Theatre: Live!” throughout September 2022, Radio Mansfield, in association with Arts Mansfield presents Part Two of “The Misadventures of Robin Hood” – or “Carry On Up The Forest”.
Performed and recorded live in front of an audience at the Delatite Hotel- with live sound effects - this is the incredibly silly conclusion, as the wisecracking Robin Hood and the stupidly evil Sheriff of Nottingham engage in a sword fight for the hand of Maid Marian… full of clever word play … and even a live musical performance!
So Ready … Aim … Fire ... and Bullseye! It’s the Robin Hood story like you’ve never heard it before!
Tune in to hear the conclusion of “The Misadventures of Robin Hood”, broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout September 2022 on “Radio Theatre: Live!” right after the three o’clock news on Radio Mansfield, 99.7FM.
Are you a regular listener to Radio Mansfield? Whether you listen every day or just sometimes - or even if you don't listen to us at all, we'd love to hear from you. This is your chance to let us know what you love about radio, and Radio Mansfield, what kind of programs you like to listen to, and what you think your community radio station should be broadcasting. Are you listening locally, streaming online? In the car? In the kitchen? Want more country music? Less? Keen for classical? Hoping for HipHop? Busting for the Blues? Do you have a favourite program? Or an idea for a program of your own?
The Radio Mansfield listener survey is the place to tell us all your community radio hopes and dreams and it will only take about 10 minutes of your time!
And if that wasn't enough reason to complete the survey, our friends at Mansfield Hunting and Fishing have provided an amazing prize. Complete the survey to be in the draw to win one of 7 Wildtrek LED pop up lanterns, supplied by Mansfield Hunting and Fishing in High Street Mansfield. Perfect for your home Fire or Flood Emergency kit.
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On “Radio Theatre: Live!” throughout August 2022, Radio Mansfield, in association with Arts Mansfield, presents Part One of “The Misadventures of Robin Hood” – or “Carry On Up The Forest”.
Performed and recorded live in front of an audience at the Delatite Hotel - with live sound effects - this hilarious radio play features all your favourite Sherwood Forest characters - Robin Hood, Maid Marian, Little John, Will Scarlet and Alan-A-Dale - along with the ridiculously evil Sheriff of Nottingham and a new character with an Australian twist.
It’s the Robin Hood story like you’ve never heard it before!
Tune in to hear Part One of “The Misadventures of Robin Hood”, broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout August 2022 - on our Groovin' on a Sunday arvo program - right after the three o’clock news - on Radio Mansfield, 99.7FM.
It’s going to hit the bullseye!
On “Radio Theatre” throughout July 2022, Radio Mansfield, in association with Arts Mansfield, presents “Uncle William Versus Hitler” by local writer Carol Lowden.
An extraordinary story unfolds in Melbourne in the summer of 1938, when 78 year old William Cooper, the founder of the Australian Aborigines’ League, does something remarkable at the time … and even more remarkable in retrospect … Uncle William from Footscray decides to take on Adolph Hitler!
A fascinating true story about one man who decides to make a stand.
And it features two new "Radio Theatre" voices - Vern Simsen and Lum Southey. We welcome them both to "Radio Theatre".
Tune in - or stream live radio through the Radio Mansfield website - to hear the remarkable “Uncle William Versus Hitler”, broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout July on “Radio Theatre” - on our Groovin' on a Sunday arvo program, right after the three o’clock news - on Radio Mansfield, 99.7FM