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Thursday 13 Oct 2016
In 2008 actor Karen Pang, best known for presenting Play School, was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. Eight years on, she's “the best she’s ever been”.
After 18 years of Play School presenting, Karen Pang is becoming one of the show’s veterans, joining the ranks of greats like Noni, Benita, John and Simon.
Thursday 6 Oct 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
The Hillsong United movie nearly didn't make it, but God's been at work and its release comes at the perfect time, says Taya Smith in a chat to Hope 103.2.
Thursday 1 Sep 2016 · Hope Afternoons
When ABC TV’s Play School celebrated 50 years, singer-songwriter Colin Buchanan was there for the party. He reflects on his years with the iconic show.
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Tuesday 21 Jun 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
"Before I’m an artist, I’m a daughter of God," says Dami Im. It's the reason she chose a visit to a child in poverty, instead of a glamorous pop world tour.
Monday 20 Jun 2016
The The world stood still for a moment at Hope 103.2’s studios, when Taya, JD & Jad from Hillsong United sang Say The Word, live on air.
Tuesday 7 Jun 2016 · Hope Mornings
Brian ‘Head’ Welch explains how his daughter Jennea inspired him to leave the chart-topping band Korn in 2005—then led him to return eight years later.
Friday 13 May 2016
Dami Im made it into the Eurovision finals early this morning, and has many people to thank: her fans, her ‘Dami Army’ supporters, her parents—and God.
Thursday 12 May 2016 · FRESH
When Tyson Motsenbocker lost his mum to cancer, he hit the road and walked 800 kilometres across California. He wrote his debut album along the way.
Wednesday 11 May 2016 · Hope Mornings
Like many acapella groups, TION at times breaks into spontaneous song when they find a spot with great acoustics—like the bow of a cruise ship last week.
Monday 9 May 2016 · Hope Mornings
Hope 103.2’s own Emma Mullings has rocketed up the Inspirational charts with her single Skinny Roads, released today on itunes.
Monday 2 May 2016 · Hope Mornings
While Sydney artist Mr G now enjoys success and international attention, 3 years ago he was on the verge of suicide, battling the dark clouds of depression.