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Today, Mel spoke to Michelle Kennedy, the winner of the Digital Artwork – Raster Artwork class, which means the image must have originated from an original...

The Great Scone Off!

Who took out the Top Gong for Top Scone? The world of scone-making is not just flour and water; it's forged in fire and brimstone....

The ‘Wood Chopper’ Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree

Megan was the eyes on the ground for Show Radio on Easter Monday. She spent some time with legendary broadcaster, Neil Stuart, who gave...

Sydney Royal Sheep Show: Merino

On Friday 2nd April, farmers waited anxiously as they prepared their Merino’s for judgement in the 2021 Sydney Royal Sheep & Fleece Show. This day was for Sheep...

Interview With Debbie Scattergood: Champion Angora Goat Breeder

Recently I had the pleasure of talking with Debbie Scattergood a Champion Angora Goat breeder. At the 2020 National Angora Goat Trophy Show, two...

Battle Elephants And The Ancient Art Of Tent Pegging

In case you're wondering, it doesn't involve camping, and it's on horseback. The sport of tent pegging has ancient origins and can be dated...

Conversations With A Cowboy

Have you ever launched off the back of a horse to wrestle a calf? This is the world of steer wrestling, cowboy, Brett Wilson...

Horse History: The Old English Shire

The Shire horse is a tall breed horse, that has played a huge role in the world and have at various times held world...

What’s the buzz in Arts and Crafts?

A group of about 12 bees will produce 1 teaspoon of honey between them in their lifetime, making every drop of this liquid gold...

Carnival Games – Tips and Tricks for Two Classics

A question as old as time itself, is there any way to beat the carnival games? Whilst there's no scientific way to completely hack the...

March Of The Shetland Ponies

There were many fine ponies on display today, as the Shetlands were before the judges. In what was an ironic twist, the Shetland ponies were...

The Sydney Royal Woodchopping & Sawing Competition Day 1: The competitors wore Volleys!

The modern sport of woodchopping is said to have had it's origin in 1870 in Ulverston, Tasmania as the result of a £25 bet...

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