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Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 Why Our Airwaves Create a Valuable Public Space
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Beth Spencer argues that ABC Radio National 'has been a significant nurturer of talent in Australia'. However, the possible demise of such programs as The Night Air, The Book Reading, Airplay, Creative Instinct and Sunday Story, together with previous decisions to stop producing The Book Show, Soundstage and The Listening Room, are putting that role of fostering the arts at risk.

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New-Look Radio National to Keep Commitment to Arts, Features Michael Mason , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 26 October 2012; (p. 16)
Michal Mason, manager of ABC Radio National, reponds to Beth Spencer's claims about the demise of arts programs, particularly radio drama, at Radio National.
New-Look Radio National to Keep Commitment to Arts, Features Michael Mason , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 26 October 2012; (p. 16)
Michal Mason, manager of ABC Radio National, reponds to Beth Spencer's claims about the demise of arts programs, particularly radio drama, at Radio National.
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