Coffee Break

Episodes 2012

 

 

Show 272 Mark 4.12.11

Mark My Words host Mark Bubelek talks about his Current Affairs programme on TVS.

 

Show 274 Sandy 2 ts 29.1.12

Sandy Brocking, wrote “Think Smart and Lose Weight”. In this programme she tells us the ideas behind her weight loss programme.

www.thinksmartandloseweight.com

contact@thinksmartandloseweight.com

 

Show 276 Nora ts 5.2.12

Nora Huppert nee Benjamin was 10 years old when Hitler invaded Chechoslavakia in 1939.

Nora tells her story of rescue and evacuation to England. Her story is archived in the Sydney Jewish Museum.

 

Show 277 Balmain Watch House 12.2.12

June Lunsmann of the Balmain Association explains the history behind the Balmain Watch House. Then Janine Oates hosts an exhibition of Colonial kitchen ware.

www.balmainassociation.org.au

 

Show 278 Jenny T TS 19.2.12 Jenny Templin, Photographer, show her exhibition “Out and About”, her photos of the Dalai Lama and the archival photos of the construction of Darling Harbour in the 80’s. Then we see her photos of volunteers working as shipwrights in Blackwattle Bay.

 

Show 279 Fishwyfe Episode 6 ts 26.2.12

Jan’s Executive Producer takes her crabbing on Lake Macquarie. Meet Terry from Bay Seafoods as he explains the problems of running a small business in today’s economic climate. This episode features music from Dr Marilyn Meier and Stefan Schafer

 

Show 280 IWD Special TS 4.3.12 Joyce Stevens, Eva Cox, Edna Ryan, Faith Bandler and Joan Bielski are saluted for their work in the Women's Movement.

 

Show 281 Dolly TS 11.3 12 Jill Williams from the Doll Collectors Club explains doll making.

Doll Collectors Club 02 9635 6220

 

Show 282 Ballast 1 TS 18.3.12 For Heritage Celebrations, Amie Zar of Leichhardt Library is organizing a talk and exhibition honouring the Political Activists and their fight for Ballast Point as a National Park.

Bookings Balmain Library 02 9367 9211

 

Show 283 Ballast 2 TS 25.3.12 Using Archival Footage from Jan Wood's shelves we see the evolution of the Ballast Point site Then come on a tour with Phillip Coxall, Landscape designer.

www.mcgregorcoxall.com

 

Show 284- Jan's Party Part 1 TS 1.4.12 Meet Lorenzo from the Royal Oak Hotel, Balmain. Lorenzo listens to Jan tell him all about her 60th birthday party. Meet Joy Hruby, queen of community TV Sydney. Then meet Mad Mick, who brings Jan a gift of some bush tucker. Then meet Markus Harkness, guitarist.

Markus Harkness

0426 811 914

markus.harkness@gmail.com

Joy's World

joysworld.biz

 

Show 285- Jan's Party Part 2- TS 7.4.12 Jan tells Lorenzo from the Royal Oak Hotel, Balmain about her 60th birthday party. Then meet Beth Eldridge from the Older Women's Network. Then meet Jan's son Max who's flown in from Broome for the event. Take a peek at Jan's art exhibition.

Older Women's Network

www.ownnsw.org.au

Markus Harkness 0426 811 914

 

Show 286- Birthing Kits- TS 14.4.12 The local SAWA (Support Association of the Women of Afghanistan) volunteers meet regularly to pack birthing kits for women in third world countries. Come to Leichhardt Rowing Club and meet some dedicated supporters. Then we go back in time to 2002 Tamina from RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) to hear of the plight of women in Afghanistan. Jane Sampson then explains the SAWA bag. Dr Juliet Sheen then explains some of the problems that women in Afghanistan face.

SAWA info@sawansw.org.au

www.sawansw.org.au

02 9810 9093

RAWA www.rawa.org

 

Show 290- Ghost Gums- TS 15.7.12 Meet Johanna Nicholls, author of Iron Bark and Ghost Gum Valley. Johanna and Jan try to define the Australian character.

Simon and Schuester

www.simonandschuester.com.au

 

Show 291- Ballast Point Part 4- TS 22.07.12 Meet Amie Zar from Leichhardt Council Local History. Ballast Point is one of Sydney Harbour's newest national parks. Phillip Coxall from McGregor Coxall Landscape Architects, takes us on a tour of the park and some of its features.

Leichhardt Council Local History

www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au

McGregor Coxall Landscape Architects

www.mcgregorcoxall.com

 

Show 292- Advocacy- TS 29.7.12 Meet Kath Hanstein, who has started a small business as an advocate. View Jan Wood's short film, Water as a Metaphor for the Seven Deadly Sins. Kath Hanstein and Jan Wood discuss personality disorders. Kath Hanstein

info@disputesupport.com.au

www.disputesupport.com.au

 

Show 293- Studio Bonnie- TS 5.8.12 Meet Aura Parker and Marena Von Behr who have started Studio Bonnie which screen prints their exquisite designs. Studio Bonnie

www.studiobonnie.com

design@studiobonnie.com

 

Show 294- The Pond- TS 12.8.12 Meet Daniel Johnson, landscape architect, who had the task of giving Jan's swimming pool (now a pond) a makeover. Watch Daniel release glass fish, bass and yabbies into Jan's pond.

Daniel Johnson

www.danieljohnson.com

 

Show 295- Forty Years- TS Jan and her executive producer celebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary. Meet Kate Bolster, age 20, who learns what it's like to be married for forty years. Then listen to the wise words of Irene Coates.

Show 296- Hip Hop- TS 25.8.12 Meet Dr Joanne Messenger and learn about the plans for the Learn for Women Forum's special day for women to be nurtured through workshops and healing. Then Jan tells her stories of her hip operation from the perspective of the patient. Dr Joanne Messenger

drjoannemessenger.com

Karen Burge (Learn for Women) 0411 483 895

 

Show 297- Threads- TS 2.9.12 Enjoy a montage of Balmain Sailing Club and then come on a tour of the Balmain Watch House, home of the Balmain Association and local history, with June Lunsmann. Then we look at some of Jan Wood's paintings, a patchwork of memories of growing up in Balmain in the 50s and the 60s.

www.balmainassociation.org.au

 

Show 298- Kath - TS 9.9.12 Meet Kath Hanstein as she explains her work as an advocate.

Kath Hanstein

info@disputesupport.com.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Show 299- Ojars- TS 16.9.12 Ojars Greste came to Australia when he was a little boy as a Latvian refugee. He shares some stories of Latvia in the second world war and shows us a montage of contemporary Latvian culture.

Ojars.greste@gmail.com

 

Show 300- Lunch at Botannix - TS 21.10.12 Jan celebrates her 300th episode of Coffee break by taking Joy Hruby to lunch. Joy is celebrating her 58th wedding anniversary. Then Andy from Botannix explains how he has blended a landscape business with a restaurant.

www.botannix.com

 

Show 301- Soft Diamond Light - TS 23.9.12 The soft diamond light is a package put together by Anatole Kononewsky, who explains about the Lighthouse Foundation in Melbourne which works with homeless young people.

www.kononewsky.com

 

Show 302- Nora Part 2 - TS 30.9.12 Nora Huppert tells her story of fleeing Prague in 1938 as a Nicholas Winton child. Nicholas Winton was a young Englishman in Austria in 1938 and was concerned for the plight of Jewish refugee children. He managed to help hundreds escape . Home without a Home, Nora Huppert (available at the Sydney Jewish Museum)

 

TS 4.11.12- Show 303 Episode 230 repeated

Show 304- Corina- TS 29.10.12 From Jan's archives, enjoy a montage of thoughts on feminism from women taking part in International Women's Day 1997, then meet Corina Backhouse a passionate young feminist who is organising the 40th anniversary celebrations of the Women's Electoral Lobby. Enjoy a trip down memory lane with Rocking the Foundations a documentary made by Pat Fiske in the early 1980s.

Women's Electoral Lobby

www.welnsw.org.au

Pat Fiske

www.bowerbirdfilms.com

 

Show 305- Gallipoli archives- TS 11.11.12 Meet Julianne Ross Allcorn with her entry into the 2010 Gallipoli archives, The Bugler, then meet Craig Hickey from the Gallipoli Memorial Club who explains the annual exchange exhibition with Turkey. View images of the 2010 art prize submissions while listening to Pru 'Harvest' Heggarty's 1995 song Grandpa's Song. Then Julianne explains her class's entry into the 2010 prize.

Gallipoli Memorial Club

www.gallipoli.com.au

 

Show 306- SAWA- TS 18.11.12
Episode 286 repeated

Show 307- Max- TS 2.12.12Jan interviews her son Max about his trip across the Pacific, then enjoy some documentary footage of what it's like taking a sailing boat through the Panama Canal.

Maxwood78@gmail.com

 

Show 308- Kimberley Part 1- 9.12.12 Enjoy a montage of the spectacular landscape of the Kimberley. We then cut back in time to 2011 with Max Wood explaining why he's moved to Perth and giving us an update on his Seaman's qualifications. He takes us on a tour of Broome and takes his Mother on a camel ride. Then we go to Global Village Travel and meet Heidi. Music featured: Got to go Fishing, Barry Cedric High Tide in the Mangrove, David Hudson from Saltwater Songs: Indigenous Maritime Music from Tropical Australia

Phd-producations@hotmail.com www.globalvillagetravel.com.au www.ladymcruising.com

 

Show 284- Jan's Party Part 1 TS 1.4.12 Meet Lorenzo from the Royal Oak Hotel, Balmain. Lorenzo listens to Jan tell him all about her 60th birthday party. Meet Joy Hruby, queen of community TV Sydney. Then meet Mad Mick, who brings Jan a gift of some bush tucker. Then meet Markus Harkness, guitarist.

Markus Harkness

0426 811 914

markus.harkness@gmail.com

Joy's World

joysworld.biz

 

Show 285- Jan's Party Part 2- TS 7.4.12 Jan tells Lorenzo from the Royal Oak Hotel, Balmain about her 60th birthday party. Then meet Beth Eldridge from the Older Women's Network. Then meet Jan's son Max who's flown in from Broome for the event. Take a peek at Jan's art exhibition.

Older Women's Network

www.ownnsw.org.au

Markus Harkness

0426 811 914

 

Show 286- Birthing Kits- TS 14.4.12 The local SAWA (Support Association of the Women of Afghanistan) volunteers meet regularly to pack birthing kits for women in third world countries. Come to Leichhardt Rowing Club and meet some dedicated supporters. Then we go back in time to 2002 Tamina from RAWA (Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan) to hear of the plight of women in Afghanistan. Jane Sampson then explains the SAWA bag. Dr Juliet Sheen then explains some of the problems that women in Afghanistan face.

SAWA

info@sawansw.org.au

www.sawansw.org.au

02 9810 9093

RAWA www.rawa.org

 

Show 290- Ghost Gum- TS 15.7.12 Meet Johanna Nicholls, author of Iron Bark and Ghost Gum Valley. Johanna and Jan try to define the Australian character. Simon and Schuester

www.simonandschuester.com.au

 

Show 291- Ballast Point Part 4- TS 22.07.12 Meet Amie Zar from Leichhardt Council Local History. Ballast Point is one of Sydney Harbour's newest national parks. Phillip Coxall from McGregor Coxall Landscape Architects, takes us on a tour of the park and some of its features.

Leichhardt Council Local History

www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au

McGregor Coxall Landscape Architects

www.mcgregorcoxall.com

 

Show 292- Advocacy- TS 29.7.12 Meet Kath Hanstein, who has started a small business as an advocate. View Jan Wood's short film, Water as a Metaphor for the Seven Deadly Sins. Kath Hanstein and Jan Wood discuss personality disorders.

Kath Hanstein

info@disputesupport.com.au

www.disputesupport.com.au

 

Show 293- Studio Bonnie- TS 5.8.12 Meet Aura Parker and Marena Von Behr who have started Studio Bonnie which screen prints their exquisite designs.

Studio Bonnie

www.studiobonnie.com

design@studiobonnie.com

 

 

 

Show 294- The Pond- TS 12.8.12 Meet Daniel Johnson, landscape architect, who had the task of giving Jan's swimming pool (now a pond) a makeover. Watch Daniel release glass fish, bass and yabbies into Jan's pond.

Daniel Johnson

www.danieljohnson.com

 

Show 295- Forty Years- TS Jan and her executive producer celebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary. Meet Kate Bolster, age 20, who learns what it's like to be married for forty years. Then listen to the wise words of Irene Coates.

Show 296- Hip Hop- TS 25.8.12 Meet Dr Joanne Messenger and learn about the plans for the Learn for Women Forum's special day for women to be nurtured through workshops and healing. Then Jan tells her stories of her hip operation from the perspective of the patient.

Dr Joanne Messenger

drjoannemessenger.com

Karen Burge (Learn for Women)

0411 483 895

 

Show 297- Threads- TS 2.9.12 Enjoy a montage of Balmain Sailing Club and then come on a tour of the Balmain Watch House, home of the Balmain Association and local history, with June Lunsmann. Then we look at some of Jan Wood's paintings, a patchwork of memories of growing up in Balmain in the 50s and the 60s.

www.balmainassociation.org.au

 

Show 298- Kath - TS 9.9.12 Meet Kath Hanstein as she explains her work as an advocate.

Kath Hanstein

info@disputesupport.com.au

 

Show 299- Ojars- TS 16.9.12 Ojars Greste came to Australia when he was a little boy as a Latvian refugee. He shares some stories of Latvia in the second world war and shows us a montage of contemporary Latvian culture.

Ojars.greste@gmail.com

 

Show 300- Lunch at Botannix- TS 21.10.12 Jan celebrates her 300th episode of Coffee break by taking Joy Hruby to lunch. Joy is celebrating her 58th wedding anniversary. Then Andy from Botannix explains how he has blended a landscape business with a restaurant.

www.botannix.com

 

Show 301- Soft Diamond Light- TS 23.9.12 The soft diamond light is a package put together by Anatole Kononewsky, who explains about the Lighthouse Foundation in Melbourne which works with homeless young people.

www.kononewsky.com

 

Show 302- Nora Part 2- TS 30.9.12 Nora Huppert tells her story of fleeing Prague in 1938 as a Nicholas Winton child. Nicholas Winton was a young Englishman in Austria in 1938 and was concerned for the plight of Jewish refugee children. He managed to help hundreds escape . Home without a Home, Nora Huppert (available at the Sydney Jewish Museum)

 

Show 303 Episode 230 TS 4.11.12- repeated

Show 304- Corina- TS 29.10.12 From Jan's archives, enjoy a montage of thoughts on feminism from women taking part in International Women's Day 1997, then meet Corina Backhouse a passionate young feminist who is organising the 40th anniversary celebrations of the Women's Electoral Lobby. Enjoy a trip down memory lane with Rocking the Foundations a documentary made by Pat Fiske in the early 1980s.

Women's Electoral Lobby

www.welnsw.org.au

Pat Fiske

www.bowerbirdfilms.com

 

Show 305- Gallipoli archives- TS 11.11.12 Meet Julianne Ross Allcorn with her entry into the 2010 Gallipoli archives, The Bugler, then meet Craig Hickey from the Gallipoli Memorial Club who explains the annual exchange exhibition with Turkey. View images of the 2010 art prize submissions while listening to Pru 'Harvest' Heggarty's 1995 song Grandpa's Song. Then Julianne explains her class's entry into the 2010 prize.

Gallipoli Memorial Club

www.gallipoli.com.au

 

Show 306- SAWA- TS 18.11.12 Episode 286 repeated

Show 307- Max- TS 2.12.12Jan interviews her son Max about his trip across the Pacific, then enjoy some documentary footage of what it's like taking a sailing boat through the Panama Canal.

Maxwood78@gmail.com

 

Show 308- Kimberley Part 1- 9.12.12 Enjoy a montage of the spectacular landscape of the Kimberley. We then cut back in time to 2011 with Max Wood explaining why he's moved to Perth and giving us an update on his Seaman's qualifications. He takes us on a tour of Broome and takes his Mother on a camel ride. Then we go to Global Village Travel and meet Heidi. Music featured: Got to go Fishing, Barry Cedric High Tide in the Mangrove, David Hudson from Saltwater Songs: Indigenous Maritime Music from Tropical Australia

Phd-producations@hotmail.com www.globalvillagetravel.com.au www.ladymcruising.com