RADIO & TV - Thursday 1 October, 2009

WALK TO WORK DAY

2BS (Bathurst)
Morning Show - 01/10/2009 - 10:27 AM
Stephanie Boris
Producer Ms Andrea Moore 02 6331 7777

Boris interviews Harold Scruby, CEO, Pedestrian Council of Australia, to preview National Walk to Work Day. Scruby says a sedentary lifestyle is causing Aust to become one of the fattest countries in the world. Boris mentions that walking has been linked with alleviating depression. Scruby calls for fewer benefits for drivers and encourages people to walk whenever possible.
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Interviewees: Harold Scruby, CEO, Pedestrian Council of Australia
Mentions: beyondblue
Duration: 4:48

2SM (Sydney)
11:00 News - 01/10/2009 - 11:03 AM
Newsreader
News Director Ms Dianne Coveny-Garland 02 9552 2454

NSW Tourism Minister Jodi McKay says that people will be able to taste produce from all over NSW at October's Breakfast on Sydney Harbour Bridge as part of the Cray Festival. McKay says that the festival helps bring together events such as the Sydney International Food Festival, The Seven Bridges Walk, Sydney Harbour Island Hopping, World's Funniest Island and Art and About.
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Interviewees:
Jodi McKay, NSW Tourism Minister
Duration:
0:37
Summary ID: S00036336671

 
 
4CA AM (Cairns)
John Mackenzie - 01/10/2009 - 10:20 AM
Peter Gill
Station Ph: 07 4042 8000

Caller Amanda, Queensland Campaign Manager, Walk to Work Day talks about the event. She says there are a number of businesses who are walking to work. She says that both individuals and businesses can register for the event.
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Duration:
3:29
Summary ID: W00036335647
Demographics
Male 16+ 2100
Female 16+ 2300
All People 4400
ABs 400
GBs 3100
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ABC North Queensland (Townsville)
Breakfast - 01/10/2009 - 06:49 AM
Paula Tapiolas
Breakfast Presenter Mr Michael Clarke 07 4722 3011

Tapiolas discusses National Ride to Work Day and the ABC breakfast. She says tomorrow is National Walk to Work Day.
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Duration:
1:12
Summary ID: W00036335162
 
ABC Illawarra (Wollongong)
Mornings - 01/10/2009 - 09:34 AM
Steve Parsons
Producer Mr Peter Hand 02 4224 5011

Interview with Dr Steve Hamilton, Vice President, Australian Medical Association, about National Walk to Work Day tomorrow. Hamilton says that the message is not getting through, with 61% of Australian adults overweight or obese. Hamilton says that if exercise is built into a day, people are more likely to do it. Parsons mentions research which shows that people between 30 and 50 are the people who aren't exercising enough. Hamilton agrees, and that this is an area where incidental activity will make an improvement. Parsons says that the walk has many people behind it including the Heart Foundation, Planet Arc, the Cancer Council, Diabetes Australia and Beyond Blue.
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Interviewees:
Dr Steve Hamilton, Vice President, Australian Medical Association
Duration:
3:38
Summary ID: W00036334851
Demographics
Male 16+ 2300
Female 16+ 2700
All People 5000
ABs 700
GBs 3100

2BS (Bathurst)
Morning Show - 01/10/2009 - 09:07 AM
Charles Croucher
Producer Ms Andrea Moore 02 6331 7777

Program Preview: Mornings with Stephanie Boris:
- Discussion of the bushfire and storm season.
- Interview with Paul Toole, mayor, Bathurst Regional Council.
- Discussion of Anxiety and Depression Awareness Month.
- Discussion of school holiday activities.
- Interview with Ashley Bland, spokesperson, Greening Bathurst.
- Interview with Jackie Wright, regional manager, Aus Cancer Council.
- Discussion of the Bathurst Golf Club.
- Discussion of National Walk to Work day.
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Duration:
1:31
Summary ID: W00036334111
2RE (Taree)
07:30 News - 01/10/2009 - 07:37 AM
Newsreader
Station Ph: 02 6552 6101

Paul Hogan, mayor, Greater Taree City Council has encouraged local residents to participate in tomorrow's National Walk to Work Day.
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Duration:
0:18
Summary ID: W00036332580
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2BH (Broken Hill)
07:30 Local News - 01/10/2009 - 07:30 AM
Newsreader
Station Ph: 08 8088 1888

Tomorrow is walk to work day and locals are being encouraged to participate. The walk is in tis 7th year and promotes healthy living and cleaner air. Frank Zaknich, General Manager, Broken Hill Council said the day was a great opportunity to kick start a healthy habit. John Williams, Member for Murray Darling backed the call suggesting businesses host a healthy breakfast tomorrow.
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Duration:
0:44
Summary ID: W00036332956

 

ABC 702 Sydney (Sydney)
Breakfast - 01/10/2009 - 07:12 AM
Adam Spencer
Producer Mr Doug Drew 02 8333 1210

Spencer says tomorrow is National Walk to Work Day, with 'Better Health, Clean Air' the slogan. He says the website is walk.com.au.
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Duration:
0:29
Summary ID: A00036331125


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ABC Central Coast (Gosford)
Demographics
Male 16+ 57000
Female 16+ 68000
All People 125000
ABs 54000
GBs 72000
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HEART FM (Hobart)
07:00 News - 01/10/2009 - 07:05 AM
Newsreader
Station Ph: 03 6231 1073

A group of Tas locals in the Pedestrian Power Group will be protesting the time allowed to cross Murray and Davey streets tomorrow. The protest is part of National Walk to Work Day.
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Duration:
0:20
Summary ID: M00036332035


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Sea FM (Tasmania)
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Female 16+ 3100
All People 6700
ABs 1000
GBs 3200
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2CC (Canberra)
07:00 News - 01/10/2009 - 07:03 AM
Newsreader
News Journalist Ms Ashleigh Brown 02 6255 0000

October 2 is National Walk to Work Day and Canberrans have been urged to participate.
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Duration:
0:13
Summary ID: W00036331515


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Female 16+ 3000
All People 6100
ABs 2200
GBs 3600
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2RE (Taree)
06:30 News - 01/10/2009 - 06:38 AM
Newsreader
Station Ph: 02 6552 6101

National Walk to Work Day is on tomorrow. It is an annual event that sees Australians walk to work. Paul Hogan, Mayor, Greater Taree City Council, encourages all businesses and residents to take part.
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Duration:
0:28
Summary ID: W00036331442
ABC 702 Sydney (Sydney)
Breakfast - 01/10/2009 - 06:49 AM
Adam Spencer
Producer Mr Doug Drew 02 8333 1210

Spencer says it is National Walk to Work Day tomorrow, under the heading of 'Better Health, Cleaner Air'. He says details for various competitions are available at walk.com.au.
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Duration:
0:24
Summary ID: A00036330590


This program or part thereof is syndicated to the following 1 station/s:
ABC Central Coast (Gosford