4EB's February 2018 Newsletter

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Radio Training News

  The next 4EB Broadcast/Induction Training session is coming up on Tuesday Night 6 March, 2018 at 6.15pm. This is for all new members and prospective new broadcasters and it's the first step in becoming involved in 4EB Programs. Remember, you must be a financial member to attend this session. Application forms available online. Applications are now being accepted for the next Panel Training Classes due to begin in March, 2018. The Thursday class 12noon - 2pm begins on 15 March while the next Monday night class will begin on 26 March, 2018. Places are limited.

How Do I Cope Radio Special

  Join Maureen Mopio for this special radio documentary on  Mental Health related issues affecting culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) adolescents and Non-English speaking women, young girls and families around Brisbane. How Do I Cope will empower, enrich and evoke thoughts on a health issue that is normally swept under the carpet in some cultures.

Brisbane City Council Events


Are you ready for Storm Season? It's important to prepare your home and learn what to do if you are impacted by storm and flooding. The Brisbane City Council is working with residents to prepare for severe weather by asking you to sign up to the free Early Warning Alert Service, which sends you an alert w

henever severe weather may be about to impact your area. Find out more from the BCC website below.

Choose your own cycling adventure with Cycling Brisbane's online route planner. Choose your own adventure by selecting speed settings, flat or hilly options and whether you might like to include a ferry ride as part of your journey.

Did you know there are around 40 Food Trucks around the city and now you can track down your favourite one by using the Brisbane Food Trucks website. This is your one stop shop to find out where an when they are serving in Brisbane. you can even find out about menus and even book them for your next event. This is one way Brisbane City Council is building our local economy while supporting new and innovative jobs.  bnefoodtrucks.com.au

For more information, visit www.brisbane.qld.gov.au

Fair Comment Show

The award winning 'Fair Comment' is an independent community radio Current Affairs Interview style program broadcast every Thursday on Global Digital at 1.30pm and again on Monday nights at 10.30pm on 4EB. The program is jointly produced by Radio 4EB and 4ZZZ and provides a fresh focus on topics that are on your mind and featuring 'Fair Comment' from community broadcasters from across Australia.

Listen on Monday Nights at 10.30pm on 4EB, Thursdays on Global at 1.30pm and on ZED Digital at 6pm

Email your thoughts to faircomment@4eb.org.au

'The Wire' in 2018

'The Wire' is an independent current affairs news program produced by a consortium of progressive community broadcasters from Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane. The Program is produced in Brisbane on Fridays.

THE WIRE is produced with the assistance of University Journalism students from QUT, UQ and Griffith Universities providing real experience on a national news and current affairs program. 

Find out more about joining The Wire as a volunteer producer by email to jeff@4eb.org.au

'The Wire' is broadcast on Radio 4EB Monday to Friday at 5.30am and Monday to Thursday at 1.00pm.

You can listen back to any of the interviews broadcast by clicking on the website below.


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Are you a regular listener to Radio 4EB?

Do you have a favourite language program...then become a member. Help support your language group on-air each week with your yearly membership.

With some great prizes on offer with RADIOTHON now is a great time to become a new member to support Radio 4EB.

Youth Radio Groups Looking for New Members

If you think Radio is fun to listen to... its even more fun to be a broadcaster or panel operator on one of our many youth radio programs during the week. 

All our Youth programs across the week are looking for more active members. It's easy to join, learn a new skill and just be a part of a radio program. Find out more by clicking on Youth Groups or by simply calling Radio 4EB.

Community broadcasting is a great pathway for young people to directly experience what live radio is all about from production to producing or hosting your own program on 4EB.

All youth broadcasters need to be financial members of Radio 4EB and from there we can train you to be a broadcaster and panel operator. Radio Training which is a benefit of your membership.

As a youth broadcaster you will learn new skills, make new friends, learn some life skills as well as learn to communicate with other young people and the wider community.

Get involved today in community radio with Radio 4EBFM 98.1 and be more than just a radio listener...


...It could be the start of your media career.