Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Nunn on the reasons for Australia’s Sydney success

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Chris Nunn
Recorded: 15 June 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Three powerful radio ads were played thousands of times around Australia

In the lead-up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, Publicis Mojo, the advertising agency for Australian Paralympic sponsor Toyota, donated its services to create a campaign to promote Paralympic sport and assist the fundraising efforts of the then Australian Paralympic Committee (APC). The campaign was based around the tagline ‘UNBELIEVABLE’. The first component was a set of three radio ‘community service advertisements’ (CSAs), featuring the voices of Kurt Fearnley (athletics), Danni Di Toro (wheelchair tennis) and Matthew Cowdrey (swimming). The APC sent copies of the CSAs to every radio station in Australia – more than 500. The ads were aired thousands of times across Australia from their release in September 2007 through to the Games a year later.

Michael Milton talks about the changes to the classes for Torino

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Michael Milton
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 12 April 2011
Location: Canberra, ACT
Listen to the full interview here.

Chris Scott tells how his action earned a rebuke from his personal coach

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Interviewee: Chris Scott
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Recorded: 21 June 2011
Location: Brisbane, Qld
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn talks about the Sydney Games’ place in history

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Nick Dean reflects on how Sydney transformed the Paralympic movement

Interviewer: Mick Fogarty
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Nick Dean
Recorded: 16 May 2013
Location: Adelaide, SA
Listen to the full interview here.

Brendan Flynn explains how the rugby program was created

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Brendan Flynn
Recorded: 12 November 2013
Location: Runaway Bay, Queensland
Listen to the full interview here.

Libby Kosmala on how the athletes’ Village made Sydney special

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Libby Kosmala
Recorded: 8 April 2011
Location: Klemzig, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.

Coach Kevin McIntosh talks about the road cycling

Interviewer: Nikki Henningham
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Interviewee: Kevin McIntosh
Recorded: 6 April 2011
Location: Ridleyton, S.A.
Listen to the full interview here.