Radio news

15 September 2022
Vision Australia Radio are finalists in four categories in the 2022 Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) awards.
29 June 2022
On this week’s episode, host Sam Colley speaks with Jana and Milos from Kikiriki Games, the developers of a new mobile game for iPhone and Android called To The Dragon Cave.
02 June 2022
June is Radiothon time for Vision Australia Radio. And we’re asking our listeners, and the broader community for its support to continue our essential service.
29 April 2022
‘Studio 1’ is a weekly program and podcast from Vision Australia Radio that looks at life from a low vision and blind point of view. Originally it was produced and presented by Matthew Layton, then from mid-2021 he was joined on the mic and behind the scenes by co-host and co-producer Sam Rickard and both are based in Adelaide.
07 April 2022
The Victorian Disability Worker Commission has launched a new campaign encouraging people to make contact if there are concerns about a disability worker’s behaviour or quality of work.
19 April 2022
Saturday mornings are now time to get your Happy Pants on as Vision Australia Radio’s new children’s radio program and podcast hits the airwaves.
24 February 2022
Our listeners have been unanimous in a recent survey confirming Vision Australia Radio as a ‘vital service’ and praising its informative, professional and entertaining programs.
28 January 2022
The Australian Open is back for 2022. Once again our valued audience right across Australia will be able to hear the action in partnership with AO Radio, as we simulcast the tournament from now until January 30.
28 January 2022
The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia Community Radio Awards celebrate innovation, perseverance and community champions within the sector. With more than 320 entries across 30 award categories and representing a diverse cross-section of the community radio sector, Vision Australia Radio has received 3 awards.
11 January 2022
Scholarships are awarded to students with a disability residing and studying in South Australia and undertaking post-secondary education, whether at university, technical and further education or other recognised post-secondary educational institutions.