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Michael Cathcart, ABC Radio National Books and Arts presenter – The Standard | [email protected]Radio National broadcasts national programming in subjects that include news and current affairs , the arts, social issues, science, drama and comedy. Some programs are relayed on Radio Australia , the ABC's international broadcasting service which was transmitted on shortwave until January , as well as hour FM stations, local relay stations and live satellite. All radio programs are available for live streaming over the Internet, and most excluding drama, poetry and music as audio-on-demand, or for download as MP3s for at least four weeks after broadcast. Some programs are available as MP3s going back to , when Radio National commenced podcasting. From , the National Broadcasting Service , as part of the federal Postmaster-General's Department , gradually took over responsibility for all the existing stations that were sponsored by public licence fees "A" Class licences. The outsourced Australian Broadcasting Company supplied programs from It is from this time that Radio National dates as a distinct network within the ABC, in which a system of program relays was developed during the subsequent decades to link stations spread across the nation.
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First up the arts are entering the post-Brandis era. Let's meet the man who could shape that future and we'll find out what this music means to him. So what are the passions, enthusiasms and ambitions that our new Minister brings to the job. And can he undo the anxieties and distress of so many people in the arts following the recent changes to arts funding? Senator, welcome to books and arts. Well I love Earth, Wind and Fire.
I mean the Australia Council reaches all nahional artists who by definition live in states so why it's coving both bases. Now let's talk about why we fund the arts because I take it that you're a free-trader. Let's look at your other interests in the arts. So there are no formal recommendations to government as such at the moment.
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