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1. The Story Box: 500-750

The Story Box: 500-750

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2. The Story Box: #751-

The Story Box: #751-

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3. Story Box #1001-1299

Story Box #1001-1299

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4. The Story Box: 250-499

The Story Box: 250-499

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5. Album Of The Week : Tina Arena

Album Of The Week : Tina Arena

Tina Arena's RESET is our Album Of The Week, and her first album of original material in over 10 years. 1233's Grant Wolter spoke to Tina about her amazing success here and in France, the new record, writing her autobiography, and the dangers of growing up in the spotlight.

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7. Tina Arena talks touring Newcastle, self funding her new show and road trip songs

Tina Arena talks touring Newcastle, self funding her new show and road trip songs

Tina arena sets out on national tour this week, stopping in Newcastle September 7th. She chats with 1233’s Grant Wolter via phone from Melbourne, about funding her own tour, her upbeat new album, road trip songs and transparency in the music industry.

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8. Carol Duncan's final show

Carol Duncan's final show

Listen to Carol Duncan's final show, a musical extravaganza with Mark Tinson and a live audience! Guests included: Les Hall and Herm Kovac from the Ted Mulry Gang Pete de Jong from Heroes Trevor Leedon from Rhythms Magazine Connor Wink Dexter Moore Adam Miller & Holly Clayton Andy Firth Grant Walmsley & Ty Penshorn Ronnie Peel & Bob Fletcher from The Rockwells Bruce Mathiske Dai Pritchard Ngariki John Paul Young Russell Morris Bob Spencer from Skyhooks/The Angels Fat Elvis

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9. Mornings with Jill Emberson

Mornings with Jill Emberson

Be informed, amused, entertained and inspired with Jill Emberson from 8:30 to 11am each weekday on 1233 ABC Newcastle.

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10. Mornings with Jill Emberson, 2015

Mornings with Jill Emberson, 2015

Tune in to Mornings with Jill Emberson on 1233 ABC Newcastle, weekdays from 8.30am via 1233AM, 95.9FM or online at http://ab.co/1233live. Make the most of your morning with a fresh take on the news of the day and a chance to have your say.

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11. Touring Artist : Brody Dalle

Touring Artist : Brody Dalle

Brody Dalle, iconic front woman of The Distillers and Spinnerette, is in Newcastle opening for the Nine Inch Nails/Queens of the Stone Age double header tour. 1233's Grant Wolter chats to Brody via phone from Sydney about the upcoming solo debut 'Diploid Love', keeping your voice intact, touring life with her husband Josh Homme, and her childhood memories of Australia.

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12. "I had anorexia nervosa and I’m recovered" - Challenging eating disorder myths

One in every five Australians will experience a mental illness each year. Just take a moment and think about the people you know who are struggling, or managing, their mental illness. It’s #MentalAs Week here at the ABC and all throughout this week we’ll be taking a local look at what’s happening here in the Hunter ... speaking to people who have a mental illness, and how health services are improving treatments. Today 1233’s Hannah Thompson has taken a look at eating disorders, the most deadly psychiatric illness, that’s still very misunderstood within the community as a “choice". She spoke to - Elaine, a local woman who has recovered from anorexia nervosa, - NSW Eating Disorders Coordinator Mel Hart about how our health system helps people suffering from eating disorders - Nicola Ingold, Families, Workplaces and Targeted Prevention program manager at the Hunter Institute of Mental Health, who is working on a new resource to assist ED sufferers and their families cope with the illness.

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13. Janet Elyard reads "The mask of bravery" from the @ABCOpen #500Words project My Big Secret

Janet Elyard reads

Janet Elyard reads "The mask of bravery" from the @ABCOpen #500Words project http://ab.co/1TwUGP6 My Big Secret. Recorded live at the Celebration Of Words Festival (COWS) by open_scully

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14. Local Treasures

Local Treasures

ABC Newcastle's Local Treasures began as a radio segment with Carol Duncan which featured stories of our people, our places, items of significance, historical sites and contemporary news. What are the elusive elements that make a place 'home'? Australia's cities and towns have innumerable Local Treasures. Some are obvious, some are not. And some have been closed to the public for decades. The aim of 1233's Local Treasures was to shine a light on stories old and new that may well be a secret kept for generations, or a story that may be of significance in the future, and to continue to build an archive of stories that can be easily accessed and added to. Newcastle's European history dates back to 1797 when the area was discovered to be rich in resources essential to a growing convict colony - cedar, coal and lime - all easily accessed from a safe harbour. At least, the harbour was safe once your ship was berthed within it. Newcastle's coastline is also scattered with hundreds of shipwrecks, some of which are still visible today and others who have given their names to parts of our coastline. The city's Aboriginal heritage dates back tens of thousands of years in a region rich with stories and significant sites of Australia's first people. We encourage all of the region's people to offer their knowledge and experiences to the Local Treasures project. The history of Newcastle and surrounds includes shipping, mining, manufacturing, agriculture, music, art, sport - and we've been lucky to experience great success in all of those areas, as well as times of great difficulty, but Novocastrians pride themselves on resilience and there is always something to look forward to.

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15. Album Of The Week : Boy And Bear

Album Of The Week : Boy And Bear

Dave Symes, Jon Hart and Killian Gavin of the band Boy and Bear join 1233's Grant Wolter for a chat. Hear them speak about their new record, "Harlequin Dream", as well as touring and getting locked in their dressing room with Newcastle fans.

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16. Both sides of surviving a stroke

Both sides of surviving a stroke

Not everyone survives a stroke but for those who do, rehabilitation and time can allow survivors to transition back into their life. For others, surviving a stroke can be the beginning of problems and significant life changes. 1233's Carol Duncan caught up with blogger Julie Hicks who frequently posts about life after her husband John, had a stroke 5 years ago. John now lives in a nursing home away from Julie and the event has taken both of them down a different life path. Carol also spoke to Novocastrian Peree Watson, who met her husband Ian a few years after his stroke. After rehabilitation, Ian has gone on to open a successful business. -For more information on Julie's Blog: http://msjuju8.com/ -Peree works at the Hunter Medical Research Institute, which conducts valuable research into stroke rehabilitation. Find out more via http://www.hmri.com.au/

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17. Local school students performing at Newkulele Festival

Local school students performing at Newkulele Festival

The second Newkulele Festival kicks off tomorrow! Jill Emberson gets a preview with a live performance from local ukelele legend Mark Jackson and some school children who will be performing on the weekend.

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19. LIVE MUSIC: YouTube sensation Codi Kaye tackles bullying through songwriting w/Jill Emberson

LIVE MUSIC: YouTube sensation Codi Kaye tackles bullying through songwriting w/Jill Emberson

Tune in to Jill Emberson on ABC Newcastle weekday mornings from 8.30am via 1233AM, 95.9FM or online at http://ab.co/1233live

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