Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Tonight on a Mixed Bag with Chris B on 93.7 Edge FM, our theme is "Can-Do People" because tomorrow is International Day of People with a Disability (IDPwD).  We will hear music from musicians who will inspire you, and we will find out about the Tulgeen Open Day to be held in Bega on Wednesday 3 December.

We are going to hear an interview with Andrew Hewitt, Australia's most inspirational drummer. Andrew is a wonderful example of what a "Can-Do Muso" can achieve and about how Andrew has overcome his own personal challenges through his passion for drumming.  To listen to Andrew's inspiring story, click on the video link below.


Click on the link below to hear Andrew drumming:-


To celebrate International Day of People with a Disability, Tulgeen, http://www.tulgeen.com.au/ will be holding an open day in Littleton Gardens in Bega.  It will be a day of fun-filled activities to celebrate the diversity of people with disabilities, and to showcase their achievements.  There will be a barbeque, a jumping castle, a range of stalls, art, music, raffles and much more.

Rachel Choy, General Manager for Corporate Services (GMCS) with Tulgeen, chats with us about the organisation and services offered, and all about the Open Day which will be happening on Wednesday 3 December 2014.  Click on the following link to hear the interview with Rachel.

Interview with Rachel Choy

Playlist will include:  Ray Charles (Unchain my heart, Hallelujah, I love her so, Georgia on my mind), Stevie Wonder (You are the sunshine of my life), Neil Young (After the goldrush), That Other Band (their cover of High Voltage by ACDC), Def Leppard (Photograph), Joy Division (She's lost control, Love will tear us apart), Jeff St John (Teach me how to fly, Reach out), Cellist, Jacqueline Du Pres (The Swan from Carnival of the animals), Rudely Interrupted (I ran over a lizard, Catch me when you fall), Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion (The prayer), and Gurrumul (Bapa).

So, if you live in the Bega Valley tune into 93.7 Edge FM tonight, Tuesday 2 December 2014 between 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm.

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