RPH Australia (Radio for the Print Handicapped) is the national peak body for a network of unique, independent radio reading services striving to meet the daily information needs of over three million Australians with a print disability. This includes people who through age, disability or lack of literacy skills are unable to effectively access printed material.
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Goldfields FM is a community radio station servicing the Central Goldfields of Victoria. The radio station broadcasts from Maryborough and the signal reaches some thirty kilometres into the local area around Maryborough. Live transmission most days begins at 7 am with a breakfast show followed by nostalgic music, country music and band music, and music for the younger generation after 4 pm. Community Hours are broadcast each weekday afternoon with daily interviews of community members. These focus on community groups and schools in the Central Goldfields. These Community Hours are supplemented by community service announcements throughout the day. Some of the other genres and programs covered include blues, folk music, era-based programs such as 60s to 80s, religious shows, computer shows, pet shows, horse shows, local news, local sport and national news and weather.