River Lives, a special ABC Radio focus on the Murray-Darling

This week, ABC Radio takes a journey of discovery from the Menindee Lakes on the Darling River through to the Murray mouth at Goolwa to examine the state of our ancient river lifeline. 
The entire broadcast team across South Australia and Broken Hill will join forces to meet the locals, share the challenges and celebrate the beauty and grandeur of life on the river system, starting at the epicentre of the fish kill disaster in January this year.
The ABC Radio teams will investigate the environmental and economic reality of the Murray system as it enters, traverses and leaves South Australia with presenters Peter Goers, David Bevan, Sonya Feldhoff, Ali Clarke, Jules Schiller, plus regional presenters Cassie Hough, Michael Condon and Narelle Graham all taking their programs out of the studio during the week.  
Starting at the community celebration ‘Dancing on the Darling’, broadcast locations include Burke and Wills Park in Menindee, ABC Broken Hill studios, Wentworth the junction of the Murray and the Darling, Renmark, Tailem Bend and the Murray mouth at Goolwa. 
For more information on the schedule of live radio broadcasts, visit the ABC website




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