Angela Webber & Adam Bowen - Brunswick Heads Revisited mp3 flac
- Album: Brunswick Heads Revisited
- MP3: 1687 mb | FLAC: 1850 mb
- Released: 1982
- Style: Radioplay, Comedy
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 707
- Format: MP3 AA VOC MP4 MOD WAV AIFF
Brunswick Heads is a small town on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia in Byron Shire. At the 2016 census, the town had a population of 1,737 people. Originally inhabited by people of the Bundjalung nation, the Brunswick River was charted by Captain Rous in 1828. His visit was followed more than 20 years later by cedar cutters whose activities led to the first town in what is now Byron Shire. By the 1880s Brunswick Heads was a busy port and a robust little commercial centre.
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Webber, who has died at 52, was born to Bruce, the head of light entertainment for ABC radio, and Nan, a journalist. She grew up in Mirool Street, West Ryde, with siblings Prue and Cameron. As the first girl born in the family since 1910, her arrival brought great excitement. Angela attended PLC Croydon where, in Black Watch tartan and a little Panama hat, she became a dab hand at making her classmates laugh. With Matchett beside her, she underwent the many treatments with great grace and humour. She also began a spiritual journey that was to last the rest of her life.
Angela was a permanent member of The Jay Team (2JJJFM’s breakfast program) and co-authored the hugely popular ABC series Brunswick Heads Revisited with Adam Bowen. She was a contributor to This Sporting Life with HG and Roy, and wrote and performed comedy for 2BL, 2SM and SA FM. In 1995 Angela presented the afternoon shift on ABC Radio 2BL. Angela’s comedy writing includes material for Pamela Stephenson (Not the Papal Tour), Dave Allen and for television events including The People’s Choice Awards. She appeared regularly on The Midday Show with Ray Martin and contributed to countless programs.
- Copyright (c) – Australian Broadcasting Commission
- Manufactured By – KGC Magnetic Tape
- Producer – Robert Cubbage
- Voice Actor [Charles] – Alastair Duncan
- Voice Actor [Juliana] – Laura Gabriel
- Voice Actor [Lady Glenys] – Judy Nunn
- Voice Actor [Sebastian] – Peter Whitford
- Voice Actor [Sir Reginald] – James Condon
Produced for ABC Radio Drama and Features
Side A label:
Broadcast August 1982 (15.37)
Side B label:
Manufactured by KGC Magnetic Tape
© Australian Broadcasting Commission 1982