Former Home Brew Radio producer, Phil Bromley (Brommers) had a tree change and moved from Sydney to one of Australia’s most infamous and surprisingly massive tourism destinations, Nimbin in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales.
Six years on, after observing the relentless police harassment and mainstream media victimization of his new home town, Phil felt it was time to let the town tell their story in their own words.
Phil's history in community radio involves 12 years as executive producer of the nationally syndicated Australian music show, Home Brew Radio. He is a Trainer and Assessor for the Community Media Training Organisation and currently co-produces a radio program with Peter Miller on NimFM called The Golden Hour.
Peter recently returned from Romania to Nimbin and noticed the change in the town dynamic. His own experiences of police harassment encouraged him to tell his story and in doing so, explore other locals experience.
Peter has a history in radio having worked in production at the ABC in Brisbane and produced many a music program for community radio stations over the years.
Peter co-narrates the series with Mim Handley and Holly Tutin.
Mim has been intimately involved with NimFM for over ten years and produces and presents her own unique and popular program Rancid Candy.
She completed a Cert III in Media in 2012 at NimFM and has been actively involved in production, narration, development and administration at the station.
She has been a Nimbin local for 40 000 years and is well loved for her great sense of humour.
Mim co-narrates the series with Peter Miller and Holly Tutin
Holly moved to Nimbin in 2011 from Brisbane and is a busy mother of two boys. She has a keen interest in developing audio books and is currently drafting her first series of childrens books.
Duuvy has produced his own radio program on NimFM and settled in Nimbin in 2012, without the intention of doing so.
Duuvy has assisted in sourcing and editing interviews and played character voices.