How Australian radio covered R U OK? Day 2019

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R U OK? Day encourages people to start meaningful connections with others, through starting a conversation to help anyone that may be struggling with life.

Being an aural medium, starting conversations is something that lends itself to radio well, and shows around the country shined the spotlight on the issue of mental health:


KIIS National Drive – Will & Woody


Nova 96.9 – Fitzy & Wippa


Hit Mid North Coast – Krysti & Bodge


ARN Goes Silent

Silence on the radio can be a powerful tool, and ARN’s KIIS 106.5 and KIIS 101.1 went silent for 10 seconds every hour, for the entire of R U OK? Day.

In addition, the network circulated the following steps to help start a conversation:

1. Ask R U OK?
2. Listen
3. Encourage action
4. Check in


2GB – Ray Hadley


Triple M Sydney


For more information about R U OK? Day head to ruok.org.au and if you know or someone you know is going through a difficult time, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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Raye
13 Sep 2019 - 8:38 pm

wsfm did a nice tribute too

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