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Cindy & Daz for breakfast...the Mornington Peninsula's #1 Friday wake-up call!

Cindy & Daz wake up South East Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula every Friday with all the news, weather, traffic, trains, entertainment news, great music and a whole heap more. Keep updated with all that is happening on the Peninsula - events, activities and local business updates.

Give us a call on (03) 5975 1234 (no text line sorry) for any music requests, or just to say good morning!

Playing the songs you know!


 

Standing independently of both the Victorian Government and Victorian Police, Crime Stoppers Victoria's vision is to reduce crime and make Victoria a safer place.

In 2020, CSV celebrated 32 years of helping Victorians keep their community safe. Since starting in 1987, CSV has taken over 1,139,000 calls, helped make more than 25,700 arrests, collected information to lay more than 99,000 charges and assisted in the recovery of more than $297 million dollars’ worth of property, drugs and stolen property.

Our long-standing relationship with CSV is a valued one.

Laneway Espresso is the epitome of café culture in Dromana on the Mornington Peninsula.

From their signature croissant burger, to their award-winning coffee, Laneway Espresso knows taste and flavours and how they work together. Feel at home in the comfortable atmosphere, seated at one of the vintage tables, all whilst stealing a glimpse of the magnificent Port Phillip Bay. Meander down the light-filled laneway to discover something a little different.

Laneway Espresso bring you 'EXTRAtainment News' each Friday on the show at 7:30am.


 

Why you need mentors in your life [Nick Barnsdall - Navig8Biz] :: 24 September, 2021


 

Never Surrender - Corey Hart (1985)

Although his most enduring song is "Sunglasses At Night," this was Hart's biggest hit, and in Canada it went to #1 and won the Juno award for 'Single of the Year'. 

In a 2012 Songfacts interview, Hart shared the inspiration for this song: "My mother influenced me with this ethic of never quitting on yourself or your dreams no matter how challenging or daunting. I also greatly admired Sir Winston Churchill, reading many biographies on his life."

The song was released in June 1985 as the first single from his second studio album, Boy in the Box, and reached number-one for four weeks in Canada and was Hart's highest charting single in the US, reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100 (topping the sales only chart for one week) in August 1985.

The track peaked at #20 in Australia.


 

This Jet Can Fly From NYC to London in Under an Hour

Supersonic flight is arriving—in a hurry. In the last 18 months, Boom has successfully tested its XB-1 demonstrator aircraft and pre-sold 15 of its still-in-development 30-seat Overture models to United Airlines. Virgin Galactic and Rolls Royce rolled out a partnership to develop a 19-seater. Even the Russian Federation revealed plans to build a supersonic jet for commercial use. 

Then there’s the Hermeus Quarterhorse. Think supersonic or Mach 1—the speed of sound—multiply by five and you have the hypersonic Quarterhorse.

Last week, the Atlanta-based company announced a $60 million award from the US Air Force to finance testing of the aircraft. Like the Greek god Hermes, this Hermeus is designed to travel seamlessly between worlds, with a projected top speed of Mach 5.5—or 4,219 mph. That makes it the fastest reusable aircraft on the planet, so a New York-to-London flight will take less than an hour.

Right now, it plans to test a small-scale version in 2023, a mid-size cargo-carrying version in 2025 and a larger commercial passenger version in 2029.


 


 

Who's who at the...ummm...Aquarium?

Live during Melbourne lockdown.

Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium may be closed right now, but its finned and feathered inhabitants are still getting up to mischief.

See what’s going down in the virtual aquarium on Sea Life’s live streams. There’s an hour of penguin shenanigans, camouflaged cuttlefish and turtle teatime. Find your zen with underwater mindfulness meditation, or just get an animated penguin to give you a compliment.

Anything goes in lockdown!

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Jurassic World by Brickman

Until October 1, 2021

Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught unveils an epic, world-first exhibition at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre this April that transforms Jurassic World – the blockbuster franchise from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment – into an immersive, must-do adventure that will be the largest LEGO® brick experience in Australian history.

Over 50 large-scale dinosaurs, props, scenes and activities made from over 6-million LEGO® bricks will leave explorers in awe as they embark on a thrilling journey through stories and characters from the Jurassic World franchise, from discovering Isla Nublar, to the science labs of the Park, petting zoo and even posing with dinosaurs both friendly and menacing.

In the Jurassic World by Brickman® experience, LEGO® fanatics will also have an opportunity to show off their own building skills. With 2.5 million bricks to play with, creativity will not be in short supply.

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Disney: The Magic of Animation

Until 17 October, 2021

Discover the creativity and innovation of almost 100 years of Disney Animation in ACMI's Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition.

Shown in Australia for the very first time, this exhibition contains original sketches and rare artworks from 1928 to the present day, including the latest release Raya and the Last Dragon, exclusive to Melbourne.

See over 500 artworks from your favourite animations. Discover how animators use colour to express emotions, and the technical skill of crafting character and storytelling. You can even step inside a scene from the Disney classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.