Unofficially, this week is Drug Action Week. Tonight on A Mixed Bag with Chris B we explored the theme of drugs in society, which included an interview with Geoff Munro, National Policy Manager with the Australian Drug Foundation (ADF). We looked at facts and statistics about drugs like cannabis, methamphetamine (ice), cocaine, and heroin.
To listen to our interview with Geoff Munro, click on the link below. Subjects covered in the interview tonight were secondary supply of alcohol, ideas for hosting a safe party, the difference between legalisation and decriminalisation of drugs, and many other drug related topics.
Interview with Geoff Munro, National Policy Manager for the Australian Drug Foundation
The ADF Good Sports Program is a program which provides free support to sporting clubs to assist with changing the "boozy" culture in sport, focusing rather on young people and families participating in sport and drinking less alcohol.
Ian Campbell, Regional Content Manager - Breakfast Presenter for ABC South East Local Radio, recently interviewed Stuart Wood from Cooma about the Good Sports Program. Please click on the link below to listen to the interview.
On A Mixed Bag with Chris B on 93.7 Edge FM, your community radio station in the Bega Valley, our playlist for this evening included:-
Marijuana Australiana (The Bushwackers)
Natural Mystic (Bob Marley)
Legalize It (Peter Tosh)
Hair Of The Dog (TNT)
Chemical Heart (Grinspoon)
Cocaine (J.J Cale)
The Needle And The Damage Done (Neil Young)
Tonight's The Night (Neil Young)
Waiting For The Man (The Velvet Underground)
Heroin (Lou Reed)
King Heroin (James Brown)
Sister Morphine (The Rolling Stones)
Mother's Little Helper (The Rolling Stones)
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (The Beatles)
The Drugs Don't Work (The Verve)
Some useful links and websites:-
Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS) in Sydney 02 9361 8000 or for
Regional NSW 1800 422 599
Below you will find a link to various support services relevant to this topic:-
Next week our theme will be "Law and Order", so tune in next Tuesday evening between 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm to 93.7 Edge FM if you live in the Bega Valley.