Tony Briscoe brings you rural news and events from Tasmania and a the nation.
Sermons from Life Christian Church based in Ulverstone Tasmania
CC Thornley (banjo) and Emily Wolfe (fiddle) play and talk about tunes from the rich history of Tasmanian folk music. Stories, songs and quite often sheer nonsense. Guaranteed 5 songs per podcast!
Welcome to Be Tasmanian: a podcast about an impossible mission in a small state at the bottom of the world. It’s about uncovering a hidden story that unites people, and using that story to inspire community action. It’s about place-branding, destination marketing and economic development, but it’s really about culture: It’s about who we are, why we live where we live, what all that means, and what we ought to do about it.
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Ps. Peter continues to unpack the apostle Paul's letter to the church in Rome to help us understand in a greater way who we are as "the body of Christ". What does it mean to "be" the church?توسط Life Christian Church Tasmania
It's been a massive 12 months for tractors sales with new figures showing a 24 per cent increase in the number sold in Tasmania last financial year.
Tasmanian Golden Oysters have been around for roughly 15 years or so, mainly as a luxury product from a few select farms.
The amount of interest that a beef business will pay on its bank loan, will vary according to its ability to treat animals well, and cut greenhouse gas emissions, and a Tasmanian east coast seafood company Melshell is converting its oyster leases to the Golden Oyster which the company says is more resilient…
The red meat industry in Australia is going through probably its best ever period at the moment with record prices and strong demand
For 13 years Sam Bayley had been going to Salamanca Markets each Saturday where his seed stall was a popular destination for locals and visitors to the state
Go for a drive in rural Tasmania and there's a fair chance you'll pass plantations of long, thin gumtrees.
Well it's come to that time. We say goodbye for another season, CC ventures off to some other podcast projects and Emily retires to her nest to have a baby. In this last episode we look back at ten of our favorite tunes that we've encountered during the season. So many tangents, so much disinformation, but plenty of good, proper folkie banjo & fidd…
Back in June Oyster growers on the east coast faced some of the heaviest rains in recent memory that shutdown operations at many farms.
The first Post Office in the Huon Valley is still standing on a local farm, alongside heritage lambs and apples
The latest round of TasTafe's Agriskills Entry program are now open for applicants to try and get more qualified people working in the agriculture sector.
Ps. Peter continues the series from the book of Romans, giving us a deeper understanding of what it means for us to "be" the church.توسط Life Christian Church Tasmania
Ps. Peter uses Paul's letter to the Romans to help us understand in a deeper way what it means for us to "Be" the church.توسط Life Christian Church Tasmania
A property of significance to the Indigenous community in Tasmania's north west is controlling a damaging weed using traditional burning practises
A southern Tasmanian farm is the site of a unique flower field which will cover 10 hectares of the property.
The historic sheep property Murrayfield on Bruny Island covers more than 4 thousand hectares and is an important part of the cultural heritage of indigenous Australians.
A quiet night in once our guests finally leave. We look back on some of the new additions and contributors to the Tasmanian folk heritage. From the complex chords of the Harrison-Day sister's patchwork to some good old fun time tunes of Paddy Riley, all these tunes (except for one guy) are all 21st Century tunes. CC discovers where Emily keeps her …
The Tasmanian vintage report for 2021 sees a big increase in the amount of grapes harvested and crushed compared to last year
A plant from New Zealand could soon become a major weed in Tasmania's waterways if left uncontrolled
In our final special for Season 2 we are joined by veteran folkie Fred Pribac. He regales us with stories of sweary dance callers, FIFO politicians, and his many experiences in the folk scene around Australia, Tasmania and Cape Barren. He also brings with us two packets of biscuits that we kept, and also 5 songs! Correction - make that 2 songs, and…
The Bream Creek Dairy has become one of the first in Tasmania to sign a contract to supply milk directly to Coles
After two decades of careful management, a degraded block of pasture in southern Tasmania has now been recognised as foraging habitat for the swift parrot
The recent heavy rainfall has led to many oyster farms across the state to be closed
The real McCoy and the actual Steve Gadd (not the robot!) Welcome to our Eileen McCoy special! Steve & Marjorie Gadd have a special connection with Eileen McCoy who stayed with them shortly before she passed away in her late 80's. Steve & Marjorie tell us many stories of her and her tunes, reminisce about the beloved Dawson family, and also give Em…
The ultimate test of any economic development strategy: is your story good enough to convince talented people to pick up their lives and invest everything in you? Welcome to Be Tasmanian, a podcast about an impossible mission in a small state at the bottom of the world. It’s about uncovering a hidden story that unites people, and using that story t…