Although it's a little late, the most recent HeatBeat Radio podcast is now online and available for download.
Our podcasts are from our regular radio session with Mark and Sammi Horton on BLU-FM 89.1 every Wednesday from 8:30-9:00am. Listen in as Insp. Eric Berry chats with Mark, Sammi and Michael about all kinds of bushfire and safety-related matters in plain, easy-to-understand language. Fresh, insightful and entertaining listening for everyone!
The shows information is as follows:
HeatBeat Radio Podcast 04 - Wed 16 February 2011 - About the Northern Strategic Line Project, About the Fire Trail Vegetation Management Project.
Find our new podcast section by visiting http://www.bluemountains.rfs.nsw.gov.au/ and select "New Podcasts" from the menu at the left of your screen, or you can go direct via this short link: http://tinyurl.com/RFS-Podcasts.
This week (Wed 23 March 2011), as it is Seniors Week, we'll be discussing AIDER - (Assist Infirm Disabled and Elderly Residents) a one-off, free service, supporting vulnerable residents to live more safely and confidently in their home on bush fire prone land.
Tune in from 8:30am this Wednesday to BLU-FM 89.1 or look out for the next podcast, coming out by the end of this week.
I hope you enjoy listening to the podcasts and, as always, welcome your feedback or suggestions, along with requests or ideas about subjects you'd like to see covered in future episodes.
From user feedback we are investigating an RSS feed for our podcasts and making them available for iPod and iPhone users too!
Also, you can now follow us on Twitter:
www.twitter.com/ruralfirebm (or @ruralfirebm) will notify you of all updates sent to this email list, along with a shortened URL to follow for the whole story, along with other important messages. We also use the hashtag #ruralfirebm.
Inspector Eric Berry
Community Safety Officer
NSW RURAL FIRE SERVICE
Blue Mountains District
Cnr Valley and Bathurst Roads
Katoomba NSW 2780
T: 02 4784 7444
M: 0414 195 615
F: 02 4784 7461