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The Rock-itt : July 2010
Sam Guedouard 'Sam & the Francofous, DC' Sundays 6-7pm, Fridays 10-11am A well travelled resident of Manly, Sam presents the French language program, 'Sam & the Francofous, DC' on Sunday evenings from 6-7pm and Friday mornings between 10-11am. With the station for some four years, Sam is a well connected community member and responsible for pursuing valuable sponsorship revenue for the station and as a lecturer and trainer in international marketing it is a task he is well suited to. Far from parochially French, Sam's show is the multi-cultural gateway to the station with interviews on every topic from every nation, recent guests have been from Ecuador, Sudan, Switzerland and Estonia. The show caters for the French, people learning the language and people interested in hearing stories from around the world. Pino Palamara 'Off the Record' 7.30-8.30pm and 'Italia Mia' 8.30-930pm Thursdays The local soccer legend managed to get an interview less a luminary than Manchester United manger, Sir Alex Ferguson for a recent show. Pino presents an hour long English language program, 'Off the Record' from 7.30pm Thursdays, immediately followed by one of a slew of multilingual shows on RNB, 'Italia Mia' for the second hour. One of the most prominent members of the vast Northern Beaches Italian community and a presenter at the station for more than a decade, Pino showcases Italian music, where are they now features and special guests. Anne Rafferty 'Latino Plus' 4.30-5.30pm Tuesdays Ex High school teacher, Anne presents 'Latino Plus' on Tuesdays. Her show is a mix of music from the Latin speaking world -- from commercial to more obscure - focusing on Spanish and Portuguese sounds with a pinch of French, Italian and even Gypsy. Like many presenters at RNB, Anne found out about the station through the Community College some eight or so years ago. An ardent fan of verbal communication in all forms, Anne is also a presenter on the irregular talkfest, 'Sunday Toast' on the first Sunday of every month. with Julian Brown