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The Rock-itt : September 2010
Josephine Bale 'The Cameron and Jo Exchange' -- Tuesday's 10-11pm The latter half of The Cameron and Jo Exchange (Tuesday's 10-11pm) Josephine's interest in media extends to her studies -- in Media Arts and Production, where she researches film, radio and digital media. One of the youngest presenters at the station, though certainly not the newest, as her first stint at RNB was in 2004 whilst still at high school. Jo's current tenure began back in January when she pared with Cameron for the 'Exchange'. The show itself has a heavy slant on interviews, featuring local personalities, youth talent and even live played music in the studio. The show has even attracted superstar names -- Curt Smith from 80's legends Tears for Fears was a recent guest. Despite her age, Jo has considerable experience around Sydney's radio stations but states no stations have been as exciting or friendly as Radio Northern Beaches! Cameron Barnett 'The Cameron and Jo Exchange' -- Tuesday's 10-11pm A Musicology student at the Conservatorium of Music, Cameron is partner in crime with Jo for Tuesday nights 'Exchange". He too had a precocious range of radio experience before arriving at RNB not to mention an obvious and relevant love of music. Cameron was also enamoured of the fact that although there are a number of youth based radio stations RNB was local- centric and not "Generalised for the masses". This allows the pair to indulge in a different program each week where guests, "Play it, draw it, eat it, act it or read it" (thought I'm not sure how all of those work). There is also something very exciting in the pipelines as the 'Exchange' is cryptically taking to the streets in a few weeks time. Anna Clarke-Doyle 'The Indigo Zone' -- Mondays 4.30-6pm and repeated Fridays 2.30-4pm Anna is one of the very lynch-pins of Radio Northern Beaches, being a presenter (The Indigo Zone Mondays 4.30-6pm) and one of the directors of the station. She is also one of the first people new presenters will have any contact with, being the stations training co- ordinator and the person who runs our workshops. Having been broadcasting with RNB for four years, The Indigo Zone is a new endeavour barely a few months old. The program indulges Anna's love of music (including Jazz, R & B, chill out and world music) but also explores her more spiritual leanings with a focus on Buddhism. Appropriately natural healing and environmentally based events also feature. with Julian Brown