This week on Brain Chamber our two contestants go head to head on how much they know about dogs in movies, colourful songs, and 2017's highest paid athletes!
Have a listen and if you think you can do better, register to take on the Brain Chamber yourself!
What's your program?
A fun, interactive show where wildlife scientists from Arid Recovery answer children's questions about animals and the natural world.
Questions are recorded live at the Roxby Downs P&F Market Day and answered on-air the following Tuesday after school at 3pm.
How did you get involved with the station?
I heard Station Manger Jordan Curtis advertising for new show ideas and thought "hey...why not give it a go?"
Why did you decide to get involved at RoxFM?
I thought it would be a great way to get kids excited about wildlife and engaged in the local community.
What do you love about doing Conservation Conversation?
Hearing the questions that the kids have to ask.
From: "Why do pythons not venom you but only bite?", to "How many bettongs are there in Arid Recovery?" and "How do owls fly?", you never know what you are going to get.
What kind of music do you play on your show?
Anything we can relate back to animals, or any requests we might get.
Do you do anything else at the station?
I guest present on outside broadcasts at community events and occasionally feature on "A-Z with Az" and "The Vibe" shows.
There is a good community vibe at the station. Plus, radio-hosting is fun!
For more information on Arid Recovery, check out their Facebook Page here!
Brain Chamber is back for it's second ever episode, and because Valentine's Day has just been and gone the contestants need to use their hearts as much as their heads to tackle this week's quiz!
Have a listen to this week's program, and if you think you could do better just send an email to email@example.com so you too can challenge the Brain Chamber!
This morning on the Aussie Music Hour we spoke with Sam Little from Adelaide band Venice Queens.
Sam told us a bit about how the band came to be, and their current campaign to perform at Groovin' The Moo 2018.
Have a listen to the interview below, and to support their cause go to Triple J Unearthed and listen, download, like and/or review their track Tijuana.
Are you ready for a massive night of partying?!
Country music star Fanny Lumsden is stopping by Andamooka as part of her country hall’s tour on March 2nd.
Kicking off at 5pm there’ll be activities for kids and live entertainment by local and regional country artists including Reg Dodd and Cookie Baker, with Fanny hitting the stage at 7.30!
The party goes all night long with some great food, cold drinks, and entertainment for all ages!
Tickets are limited and selling fast, so be quick to book online at www.fannylumsden.net or pick up a ticket from the Andamooka Yacht Club, to avoid disappointment.
This week two of Roxby Downs' finest quizzers went head to head in The Brain Chamber!
Testing their knowledge of movies, music, winter olympics, and herbs & spices - Heather and Cyrus compete to become the first ever Chamber Champion!
Listen back now and test your knowledge against theirs!
If you think you could do better, you too can challenge the Brain Chamber! Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or let us know in the comments below if you'd like to take on the Brain Chamber!
Today the South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill, and his colleagues Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis and MP for Giles, Eddie Hughes, were treated to a tour of the BHP Olympic Dam mine site.
Along with the press detail, they were taken through the mine and shown the work done on the smelter - the main reason for last year's mine shutdown.
"Roxby has a new lease on life," said Premier Weatherill, "This massive upgrade during the shutdown, it's great to see them employing an extra 120 people on top of the 3,200-odd that are already here - It's just been a magnificent effort, and really a very bright future for Roxby Downs."
Looking into the future, Premier Weatherill said the government are "working on upgrading the town," which entails "working together with BHP to make sure we improve child care and early childhood services [in Roxby Downs], and upgrading the school.
"There are really some great prospects ahead of this town. It really is going from strength to strength."
On the 17th of February the Roxby Districts Cricket Association is hosting Pink Stump's Day - a charity cricket match to raise money for The McGrath Foundation.
There'll be games for kids, as well as rocket arm and dirty slogger competitions from 5.30, and the T20 Grand Final will kick-off at 7pm.
RoxFM will be broadcasting live on the night so you won't miss out on any of the action!
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