The Supanova Project – Bran & Janelle

Weekday brekky announcer, Phil Grey, caught up with Aussie contemporary christian singers Bran and Janelle, who make up The Supanova Project! The Perth based Supanova Project are made up of husband and wife team, Janelle and Branimir Mikulic! The Supanova Project are currently ‘supa’ popular on the Christian music charts with huge airplay on WAY FM and many other sister stations.

Bran and Janelle love their 80’s and 90’s music and draw on these music eras for inspiration and style.  Bran says many 80’s songs are timeless and for many years they covered the 80’s in a big way!  Aussies love The Supanova Project, as they went to the number one Christian music spot earlier this year!

Catch Phil’s interview with the full details below, on The Supanova Project!

St John’s Ambulance State Officer of Cadets – Vanessa Henry

Nigel – from the Talkback Lounge – talks with St John’s Ambulance state officer of cadets – Vanessa Henry.  Vanessa’s role is to guide and lead cadets from the age of 8 to 25. Cadets are involved in community support activities and first aid training! Cadets is quite similar to scouts and guides, with a focus on first aid and fun. The kids get involved in competitions and all kinds of character building events.

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Saturday Morning Lifestyle – Whitsunday Travel & Food with Fiona

We have a double header for the web this time!  Host David Wood catches up with Jane to talk about travel to the exotic Whitsunday islands.  Jane talks about some tremendous travel deals in the wake of cyclones that affected the area recently!  Airlie beach is a popular gateway to the Whitsundays and is super vibrant town, well worth a visit! Their are many islands and resorts that cater for all tastes and budgets.

Fiona and Dave chat about fueling our brains with food! How we digest food is hugely influenced by our mental states, says Fiona! “When upset or stressed we struggle to absorb all the nutrients from our food!”  Fiona says we should try to remain mindful of our emotions and food choices and avoid eating when upset.

Get the full details of both interviews below! Perhaps a food safari on the Whitsundays?