Permaculture Is The Future! (A Podcast Review By Shirley Lewis)

We’re continually being told that we don’t have time. For ourselves, for each other, for our planet. We’re so flat out so rushed so negative so stressed, so strung up with guilt about all the things going on in our country and around the world and our privileged position and so on and on. Really negative. So […]

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Radio ASAP Podcasts – LISTEN NOW!

You can access our Podcasts here, here and here. Baglady Friends and Family – Shout-out to the World We would like to thank Olivia, Claire and Dylan from Rising Sun Energy; Colette Stewart and Niall Bakewell from Friends of the Earth; Iris Cody; Noni McDevitt; AKoVA; Jasper Road Public School and Eco Schools Australia; and […]

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“Dangerous Song – Blue” A Personal Review

I was recently lucky enough to see the 2nd ever showing of Dangerous Song – Blue, at Scenic World in my local town of Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. This is a performance by Linsey Pollack, Lizzie O’Keefe and David Hannan, which combines both audio and visual presentations to create a never before seen experience, […]

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ASAP Supporting Musicians Spotlight – Luka Bloom & Miguel Heatwole

  Luka Bloom – Ireland Luka Bloom is prolific in his ability to write catchy folk inspired songs that get the crowd singing along. Whether it be during his music festival tours around the world, or his closer quarter gigs, he’s always one of the favourite acts on show. Luka is probably one of the […]

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Remnants: An art exhibition by Selena Seifert

‘Remnants’ Exhibition – by Selena Seifert Opening Saturday 18th February 3-5pm Location: Wild Valley Art Park, Wentworth Falls. Exploring remnants in the landscape, Seifert’s paintings and etchings explore detritus – how remains connect us to memory such as faded flowers in graveyards to eroded historical debris. The contrasts of nature and consumerism in these evocative […]

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Why Listening, Amidst Today’s Climate Crisis, Has Become More Important Than Ever

The act of “deep listening” – or opening one’s ears to silence – has always permeated yoga and meditation, but today, it’s a lesson we must all take to mind.  Katherine O’Chee explores why.  Every day we hear and read about politicians participating in negative campaigns, ‘badmouthing’ and hurling insults at their opponents. Every day we watch media platforms use […]

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Video Of Chrysalis School’s Ode To The Forest – Winner Of 2016’s GSC!

Here’s a video compilation showing Chrysalis School perform their winning song “Ode To The Forest“, which is not only  a beautiful work, but has an inspiring story behind it too. As the story goes, the song was written as part of the Chrysalis School “Fiddlers in the Forest” camp experience for strings students in Class […]

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