Radio news

15 November 2019
Vision Australia Radio is proud to announce it will be a media partner to Perth Festival 2020. More than 250 events across theatre, music, dance, opera, film, visual arts and literature and ideas – many of them free – will dazzle audiences from near and far from 7 February to 1 March.
13 November 2019
An exciting opportunity awaits an experienced radio producer to join our team operating from either Melbourne or Adelaide.
12 November 2019
There were laughs aplenty at Graham Sinclair’s retirement party last week as fond and funny memories were shared when we acknowledged and thanked Graham for his 26 years of dedicated service to the RPH Network.
26 November 2019
It’s that time of the year again, Vision Australia’s Carols by Candlelight is back! An annual Christmas concert and fundraiser for Vision Australia's children's services held on Christmas Eve at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, 10,000 people attend each year to celebrate the magic of Christmas.
06 November 2019
Career Start graduate Sam Colley gives his insights on the program, and reflects on the past seven months as a communications and radio graduate with Vision Australia.
26 November 2019
The 2019 Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Festival will be held on Tuesday 3 December, 10am - 3pm at Crown Riverwalk. The festival began in 2010 and promotes and celebrates physically active lifestyles for people of all abilities on International Day of People with Disability each year.
30 October 2019
The Channel 44 team have filmed interviews with station volunteers and staff at Vision Australia Radio in Adelaide to learn more about the history and stories of the station which went to air on October 28 in SA and is now available online.
25 October 2019
Melbourne’s blind and low vision community were given a special opportunity to hear from an athlete involved in one of the most memorable events in recent Olympic history. Former British Olympian, Derek Redmond, visited Vision Australia’s Kooyong headquarters on Wednesday, October 16 to speak to Vision Australia’s workforce members, clients and members from other blindness and low vision organisations.
02 October 2019
People who are blind or have low vision were among the first in the country to experience the new $20 Australian banknote at Vision Australia in Kooyong today. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) unveiled the new $20 banknote, which includes three raised bumps on each of the long edges of the banknote, allowing people who are blind or have low vision to identify the note with ease. The banknote will enter public circulation on 9 October.
05 September 2019
Earlier this year at his Melbourne International Comedy Festival debut, Tom told the story of his sight loss in Blind Man’s Bluff. Now at the Melbourne Fringe, he tells the story of day-to-day life as someone with vision loss. He imagines an improbable adventure in his future, with his German heritage and love of mystery at its core.