Graeme Clark invented the bionic ear

Listen to the story of Australian doctor, Graeme Clark. He invented the bionic ear (Cochlear Ear) which gives profoundly deaf people hearing and speech. Broadcast on Southern FM “Songs of Hope” on 8Jul18 (3 mins). Segment “Christians who have made a difference”.

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John McDouall Stuart – explorer

John McDouall Stuart 599x599Songs of Hope “Christian who made a difference” today 3Jun18, was John McDouall Stuart, the great Australian explorer. He forged a path to the centre of Australia and from Adelaide north across the continent to what is now Darwin. He did this at great personal cost to his health. His path has become a national highway, the Stuart Highway

Ossie Cruse – aboriginal activist

Ossie Cruse was a Christian aboriginal who was important in seeking social justice and reconciliation for Australian aborigines. He did this without resorting to violence. Broadcast on Songs of Hope on 29Apr18. Songs of Hope website https://songsofhope883.com/

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Gallipoli World War 1 diary extract

Listen again to an extract from a diary of a soldier at Gallipoli during the first world war. Read by Rod Carr. Broadcast during Songs of Hope on Southern FM 88.3 on 22Apr18.

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Betty Cuthbert – star sprinter

Listen to the story of Betty Cuthbert, Australia’s star sprinter from the 1956 Olympic Games. Later in life she had a battle with multiple sclerosis. Press play to listen or download. Presented on Songs of Hope on 8Apr18. Written and produced by Songs of Hope