The ‘No Limits!’ show has been back on Channel 31 Melbourne Monday 7.30pm since June and other States are following. Have you found it yet? It’s a fun, light-hearted chat show about all things disability related and it ‘heavily’ involves people with disabilities in all stages of design and production.
This season they have new titles, set, logos and theme music plus great mix of fabulous stories, insightful investigations and amazing characters – all held together by brilliant hosts Stella Young, Sara McQueenie, Dr George Taleporos, John ‘Macca’ McKenna, Steve ‘Hurdinni’ Hurd and Mr Paul Gianni.
The first two episodes came from the 2007 High Beam Festival, Adelaide’s Fringe, and other episodes focus on women, transition to education, sexuality and sport…there’s an encore performance on Wednesdays at 3pm and you can check the gig guide at www.c31.org.au and at www.nolimits.org.au.
The Antennas are national awards that commend excellence in community television and No Limits won again for some incredible 2006 shows under the direction of Rob Ball and the team.
No Limits! was nominated for Program of the Year, but they congratulate ‘SignPost’, created by the Australian Deaf Community, who in their first year were winners! SignPost is a magazine style program that covers a variety of stories relating to the Deaf community and its culture and is presented in the language of the Australian Deaf Community – Auslan.
Community TV is transmitted on the Ultra High Frequency (UHF) band. Televisions have tuners that allow different channel settings to be memorized and stored on pre – selected positions on the television. The instructions that came with your television set are the best guide for tuning as the methods vary from model to model, the instruction below are for some of the more common and some older sets.