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Find more News on the newsletter for Autumn 2013 on the link below
Queensland Narrating Service is one of a handful of non-profit organisations in Australia which produce audio material for people with print disabilities.
You can now enjoy the radio show for April 2013!!!
Some of the latest books added to the catalogue are discussed in this show.
From the Bookjacket is a radio show which is presented by QNS and aired every second Monday at 1.30pm on Radio 4RPH 1296 AM as well as every Thursday at 11.00am on Radio NAG 91.3 FM. It informs listeners of the most recent additions to the QNS audio book catalogue by giving a detailed synopsis, as well as information about the author and reviews on each book. Click on the link below to listen to the show.
Captain Bill Anderson, Qantas Pilot 1967-2007, was a member of the Qantas Cadet Pilot Training Scheme. Click to continue…
Tom and Jordy have been living with their gran since the day their mother, Loretta, left them on her doorstep and disappeared.
Now Loretta’s returned, and she wants her boys back.
Tom and Jordy hit the road with Loretta in her beat-up car. The family of three journeys across the country, squabbling, bonding, searching and reconnecting. Click to continue…
Frank Delage, piano manufacturer from Sydney, travels to Vienna, a city immersed in music, to present the Delage concert grand. He hopes to impress with its technical precision, its improvement on the old pianos of Europe. Click to continue…
I am Melba – how a Melbourne girl defied her father and left her husband to become the most famous singer of the age. Growing up in Melbourne, Nellie Mitchell showed musical promise and dreamed of fame, but her father had more orthodox plans in mind. Early marriage took her to the Queensland cane-fields – but her ambitions remained, and she soon fled to London, trusting in talent and luck to get her by. Within a few years, reborn as Nellie Melba, she was performing to overflowing concert halls, hobnobbing with royalty and collaborating with Europe’s most renowned musicians. Click to continue…