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Rural current affairs program LANDLINE to celebrate 30th Anniversary this weekend

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Australia’s national rural issues program Landline, presented by Pip Courtney will celebrate its 30th Anniversary this weekend.

Since 1991 this program has been ABC’s main vehicle for current affairs coverage of regional/rural issues and events.

The multi-award winning show typically features stories, ranging across agri-politics and economics , business and product innovation, animal and crop science, regional infrastructure, climate and weather trends, regional and rural services, music and lifestyle.

As much as anything Landline’s enduring popularity is based on its ability to explain and contextualise the issues affecting Australians living and working in the bush to those living in our big cities.

The full hour of Landline can be seen on Sundays at noon on ABC and is repeated the following Monday at 11am.

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