On this week’s episode of Wavelength we cover September’s Suicide Awareness Month; in particular R U OK Day, highlighting the importance of reaching out to those we care about who may struggle to find a voice.
Anita had a look into the world of slam poetry here in South Australia and we Re-Fresh our story with Hindley Street business owners on the stigma and reputation of Shisha.


September is Suicide Awareness month and Thursday was RUOK Day – a day when we remember to ask people we care about if they are ok? Matt interviewed RU OK day’s campaign director Rebecca Lewis, Ambassador & Hockeyroo – Rachel Lynch, and a young man who has experienced depression. One thing is clear, supporting and talking to our mates is important all year ’round is critical.

Photo Credit: Matt Bridges, Fresh 92.7.


What do you think of when I say poetry? Old boring poems written in an outdated book? What about slam poetry?
No props, no music, nothing but your poetry and a microphone.
Anita caught up with some slam poets to find out how they bring their words to life here in South Australia.

Photo: Luxi Photography


RE-FRESH: Shisha has a pretty prominent presence down Hindley Street and recently has come under fire in the media. Callum sat down with one of the local business owners to find out a little bit more about what exactly Shisha is and what makes it different from other methods of smoke inhalation.

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