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12:00amMonday

Fill in the night with a selection of shows from around the country with the Community Radio Network. The program guide can be found here: CRN Program Guide

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Good Morning Country

5:00amMonday

5:00amMonday

Good Morning Country will have you toe-tappin’ and boot-scootin’ before you’ve downed your first cuppa. On top of the best in new and classic country sounds, GMC offers up artist interviews and give-aways daily. Your hosts are Kevin Walsh (Mon, Wed), Georgie Cadwallader (Tue), Kylie AdamsCollier (Thu) and Mike Stewart (Fri).

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Martin’s Morning Mix

7:00amMonday

7:00amMonday

Wake up to Martin’s Morning Mix on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7am to 10am. Together with regular updates of news, sports, weather, and  Community events, the mix is all about providing a wide variety of popular music and information. Be it 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s to today, get your day started with a smile on your dial! Requests and shout-outs are readily accepted! Listen in and enjoy. Talk to you, my listeners, soon.

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Midday News

12:00pmMonday

12:00pmMonday

Catch up on all the latest news, starting with the National News. Then the Rural News offers a daily wrap of what’s impacting Australia’s farming and regional communities. Rural Livestock rounds up the latest significant cattle, sheep and lamb prices. If you’re a buyer or seller of livestock,  we have the numbers you need to know. Followed by all the latest in sport and World News.

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1:00pmMonday

Each program features an artist or group from Australia or New Zealand and Rob Davidson takes you through their career and plays the hit singles and also the singles that didn’t do so well. The series include well-known chart-successful artists and groups, but also lesser known artist or groups who made their mark in the history of our great Australasian music scene. Some artists and groups featured are The Allusions; The Cherokees; Ariel; The Black Diamonds/Tymepiece; The Atlantics; Dave Bridge; Grantley Dee; Autumn; Colin Cook; and Bev Harrell.

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Book Reading

4:00pmMonday

4:00pmMonday

Rod started the book reading in 2017. The very first one was “Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens. Since then, I have read one of the earliest Australian novels “Ralph Rashleigh” by a fellow called Tucker who was a convict, I have also read “For the Term of His Natural Life” by Marcus Clarke, “Capricornia” by Xavier Hebert, “Tourmaline” by Randolph Stow, “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad, “The Little Prince” and the “Ballad of Reading Jail” by Oscar Wilde, “The Power and the Glory” by Graham Greene, “The Loaded Dog” and “The Drover’s Wife” by Henry Lawson and, currently, “Ivanhoe” By Sir Walter Scott.     Rod reads from a classic novel each Monday from 4:05pm.

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Hot Topics with Bill

7:00pmMonday

7:00pmMonday

Bill Waterhouse discusses the local issue with local people. Topics that mater to the way we live here.   Have your say, Text, Call, or Email to get your say Hot Topics With Bill

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Aussie Music Weekly

9:00pmMonday

9:00pmMonday

Focussing on new local and independent Australian music and giving much-needed exposure to artists who do not gain airplay through mainstream media. From rock to pop, blues to folk, hip-hop to funk; so long as it’s Australian, there’s a good chance you’ll hear it on Aussie Music Weekly.   Aussie Music Weekly focuses on new local and independent Australian music, giving much needed exposure to artists who do not gain airplay through mainstream media. From rock to pop, blues to folk, hip hop to funk, so long as it’s Australian, there’s a good chance you’ll hear it on Aussie Music Weekly. As well as great music, we bring you: “In Focus” interviews with Australian artists: Getting the low-down on their latest tunes.  Monthly Artist Profiles: (presented by Rufus OnFire): Taking a deeper look at Australian acts, both past and present.  Regular Live Session: Where artists come into the studio to perform (engineered by Paul McQueen) and talk about their work.   Monthly Awesome Women Of Aussie Indie Segment (presented by Chuck Nuggets): Focusing on the amazing women making music right around the nation.  Tour and concert information: To keep you informed as to what’s happening in the Australian music industry. “Baktrak” to a classic Aussie track: We take you back and explore the origins of Australian music.

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12:00amTuesday

Fill in the night with a selection of shows from around the country with the Community Radio Network. The program guide can be found here: CRN Program Guide

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Good Morning Country

5:00amTuesday

5:00amTuesday

Good Morning Country will have you toe-tappin’ and boot-scootin’ before you’ve downed your first cuppa. On top of the best in new and classic country sounds, GMC offers up artist interviews and give-aways daily. Your hosts are Kevin Walsh (Mon, Wed), Georgie Cadwallader (Tue), Kylie AdamsCollier (Thu) and Mike Stewart (Fri).

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Breakfast with Andy

7:00amTuesday

7:00amTuesday

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Eclectic Music Mix

11:00amTuesday

11:00amTuesday

Midday News

12:00pmTuesday

12:00pmTuesday

Catch up on all the latest news, starting with the National News. Then the Rural News offers a daily wrap of what’s impacting Australia’s farming and regional communities. Rural Livestock rounds up the latest significant cattle, sheep and lamb prices. If you’re a buyer or seller of livestock,  we have the numbers you need to know. Followed by all the latest in sport and World News.

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A breath of fresh air

2:00pmTuesday

2:00pmTuesday

This program is independently produced and is a light, bright and breezy mix of new music, music news, interviews and reviews of movies, offerings from streaming services, and events – real and virtual.  

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Bunkum, Faves & Raves

3:00pmTuesday

3:00pmTuesday

Bunkum, Faves & Raves is a light-hearted and irreverent look at current events along with the world in general. It offers ample helpings of ‘tree stump’ philosophy all laced with a few tunes to lift your spirits. The show is presented by local inspired sceptics the Three Amigos (Rod, Bill and Vera) who chew the fat, slaying a few sacred cows and the occasional charlatan along the way. The program features some great local, interstate and international interviews with fun, fascinating people. From the sublime to the ridiculous and all points in between; you’ll hear it all on Bunkum, Faves & Raves every Tuesday at 3pm. Bill, Vera and Rod

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Blast from the 00’s

5:00pmTuesday

5:00pmTuesday

Hits of the 2000’s   Gary Hopkins presents Blast From The 00s and has been presenting on the radio since 2011 having worked on various radio stations in West of England. Blast From The 00s takes you on a journey back to the 00s playing some of the best tracks from this decade as well as the occasional interview with one of the decades pop star or group.  

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Crap From The Past

7:00pmTuesday

7:00pmTuesday

A graduate-level course in pop, hosted by Ron “Boogiemonster” Gerber since 1992, originating from KFAI/Minneapolis, USA   Archives and playlists for every episode that’s ever aired, going back to 1992, are available at www.crapfromthepast.com.  

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Hot Sweet Jazzy

9:30pmTuesday

9:30pmTuesday

Hot, Sweet & Jazzy invites listeners to relax deep into the passenger seat, and shines the headlights towards the people behind the players. Hot, Sweet and Jazzy is a program that brings the fun back into music. A team of presenters brings you interesting and enjoyable music, much of it not available on Australian radio, along with entertaining and informative chat. The music is jazz and jazz-aligned, but covering many possible definitions of ‘jazz’! There are no limits to the program’s musical sources, but Australian musicians provide an important part of the material. The show is probably most suitable for afternoon and evening. Hot, Sweet and Jazzy’s presenters are all music enthusiasts and many are practising musicians: ” Peter Milley: trumpeter and leader of the Cairo Club Orchestra; record collector; supplied period recordings for the soundtrack to the Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries series. ” Peter Fogarty: music lover; arranger; singer in jazz bands. ” Ian Coots: former professional drummer for over 25 years; record collector. ” Ken Hirst: former bass player with jazz and blues bands; leader of his own Neo Swing Band – Swing It! ” Ross Williamson: music lover; program co-ordinator. ” John Thompson: student of jazz and of its roots; country blues aficionado; record collector.

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12:00amWednesday

Fill in the night with a selection of shows from around the country with the Community Radio Network. The program guide can be found here: CRN Program Guide

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Good Morning Country

5:00amWednesday

5:00amWednesday

Good Morning Country will have you toe-tappin’ and boot-scootin’ before you’ve downed your first cuppa. On top of the best in new and classic country sounds, GMC offers up artist interviews and give-aways daily. Your hosts are Kevin Walsh (Mon, Wed), Georgie Cadwallader (Tue), Kylie AdamsCollier (Thu) and Mike Stewart (Fri).

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Martin’s Morning Mix

7:00amWednesday

7:00amWednesday

Wake up to Martin’s Morning Mix on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7am to 10am. Together with regular updates of news, sports, weather, and  Community events, the mix is all about providing a wide variety of popular music and information. Be it 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s to today, get your day started with a smile on your dial! Requests and shout-outs are readily accepted! Listen in and enjoy. Talk to you, my listeners, soon.

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Tracking the Decades

10:00amWednesday

10:00amWednesday

Playing on 20+ Community Radio Stations “Tracking the Decades” features Music from the 1950s to the 1980s along with One Hit Wonders, Country Classics, Songs from the Musicals plus many weekly features including Birthdays and Events, a look at the Life and Times of Famous Singers, Moments from Broadway, Classic Covers of original songs and “Australia Remembered” a feature that looks at a specific year each week.   Gary has spent 30 years in radio and is now giving back to the industry.

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Midday News

12:00pmWednesday

12:00pmWednesday

Catch up on all the latest news, starting with the National News. Then the Rural News offers a daily wrap of what’s impacting Australia’s farming and regional communities. Rural Livestock rounds up the latest significant cattle, sheep and lamb prices. If you’re a buyer or seller of livestock,  we have the numbers you need to know. Followed by all the latest in sport and World News.

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Flashback

1:00pmWednesday

1:00pmWednesday

Every week Rob Davidson brings you the great songs from the 60s to the 90s in a 2-hour program. The first hour also includes the top 3 singles of a selected year, and while playing the top 3 Rob provides info about these songs and their chart history. In the second hour Rob has a featured artist or group and he takes you through their career history and plays the hits and the misses of their career.

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00s Til Infinity

3:00pmWednesday

3:00pmWednesday

6:00pmWednesday

WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour is an ALL VOLUNTEER live audience celebration of grassroots music and the artists who make it. The show airs on 537 radio stations from Australia to Dublin, Ireland; on American Forces Radio Network twice each weekend in 177 nations; on every military base and US naval ship in the world; coast-to-coast in millions of TV homes as a public TV series. Now on Fridays and Wednesdays RFD-TV and every Sunday at 7 and 8PM CDT on 650 AM WSM, broadcast home of the Grand Ole Opry. WoodSongs is produced 44 Mondays a year.      

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Magic Carpet Ride

7:00pmWednesday

7:00pmWednesday

Magic Carpet Ride is broadcast every Wednesday night from 7pm. It is an alternative music show that examines the spirited and rebellious music recorded primarily between 1962 and 1975. The program is presented by Cool Bill who has over 45 years of broadcasting experience. Magic Carpet Ride presents a tapestry of obscure artists, many who have never been broadcast before on Australian radio. The show’s content includes psychedelia, protest music, garage bands, early country rock, folk rock, blues rock, progressive rock, early heavy metal, soul and singer songwriters. Aside from playing the unexpected, there is always an analytical focus. Magic Carpet Ride is often up to 1/3 spoken word as music is discussed in the context of the social and political circumstances that shaped it. The show also deals with the biographical and historical aspects of the musicians, producers, songwriters and record labels. Songs are carefully selected to ensure there is a maximum variety of styles, pace and volume in every program.

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Tecka’s Rock & Blues Show

9:00pmWednesday

9:00pmWednesday

Twenty years on-air and still with the passion of the new, Tecka brings you the latest hard/pub rock and blues from across the globe, plus an acoustic segment each hour. He has you covered with the latest material from both independent and major labels, so jump on board and enjoy the ride.

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12:00amThursday

Fill in the night with a selection of shows from around the country with the Community Radio Network. The program guide can be found here: CRN Program Guide

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Good Morning Country

5:00amThursday

5:00amThursday

Good Morning Country will have you toe-tappin’ and boot-scootin’ before you’ve downed your first cuppa. On top of the best in new and classic country sounds, GMC offers up artist interviews and give-aways daily. Your hosts are Kevin Walsh (Mon, Wed), Georgie Cadwallader (Tue), Kylie AdamsCollier (Thu) and Mike Stewart (Fri).

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Breakfast with Andy

7:00amThursday

7:00amThursday

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Music from the Archives

10:00amThursday

10:00amThursday

Step back in time with Gavin, and hear the great music from the archives    

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‘The Conga Line’

4:00pmThursday

4:00pmThursday

‘The Conga Line’ focuses on the lesser played and underappreciated nuggets from the recent past. You’ll hear the music that resides in the periphery of your brain, just waiting for Billy Bob to trigger a memory or two. The ‘Missing Six’ at 4 PM highlights a particular year or CD compilation from the past. Irregular features include ‘Conga Classic Rock’, ‘Retro Now’ and ‘International Retro’. And every show concludes with a novelty song or just plain awful track: the famous ‘Wrong Song’. Being a drive show, The Conga Line will keep you up to date with the latest traffic and weather information as well as community events. A welcome distraction from the ‘uncool’ music, no?

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The Big Rock

7:00pmThursday

7:00pmThursday

The Big Rock hosted by Johnny J is a weekly program featuring rock music primarily from the 70’s, 80’s, & 90’s. Each week the show features a “Wayback” classic from the 1960’s as well as new or newer music from our core artists.  

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12:00amFriday

Fill in the night with a selection of shows from around the country with the Community Radio Network. The program guide can be found here: CRN Program Guide

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Good Morning Country

5:00amFriday

5:00amFriday

Good Morning Country will have you toe-tappin’ and boot-scootin’ before you’ve downed your first cuppa. On top of the best in new and classic country sounds, GMC offers up artist interviews and give-aways daily. Your hosts are Kevin Walsh (Mon, Wed), Georgie Cadwallader (Tue), Kylie AdamsCollier (Thu) and Mike Stewart (Fri).

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Martin’s Morning Mix

7:00amFriday

7:00amFriday

Wake up to Martin’s Morning Mix on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7am to 10am. Together with regular updates of news, sports, weather, and  Community events, the mix is all about providing a wide variety of popular music and information. Be it 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s to today, get your day started with a smile on your dial! Requests and shout-outs are readily accepted! Listen in and enjoy. Talk to you, my listeners, soon.

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TC’s Time Capsule

1:00pmFriday

1:00pmFriday

Music from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s and  classic albums, artist profiles.   TC grew up in an academic home with his Dad being and Archaeologist and his Mother was a History Professor so his life was mapped out very early. After studying journalism and music history for 18 years at Rolling Stone University in New York TC returned to Australia and continues to delve deep into the stories and the music born on the open roads of this big brown land. With contacts worldwide TC taps into the international group of hard-core rock n roll historians to research and find those unique stores and the great music you hear each week on the Time Capsule.   Craigo was abandoned as a baby in a Fender Guitar Case at a pub gig. Growing up on the road with his adopted rock n roll family he has many stories and insights into the world of rock n roll. There is hardly a place he has not been or a band he has not seen across our wonderful country and around the world. Having worked with TC since last century, Craigo steers the Time Capsule ship each week finding the music and pressing the buttons to compliment the hours of research conducted by TC every week.

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Blast from the 90’s

3:00pmFriday

3:00pmFriday

Music from this great decade, plus memories, the lyrical game, guests and your first song bought in this decade.

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The Atomic Countdown

5:00pmFriday

5:00pmFriday

This show comes out of 2REM in Albury and is all about up and coming new music, new artists and live bands X Award Winner – Atomic Countdown. Albury Wodonga-based 2REM FM’s drive to engage the youth demographically has yielded promising results. Their artist-orientated programming has cultivated a loyal new following by orchestrating a localised music countdown for original musicians. Regional musicians are often the most inspired, residing in the natural beauty of the countryside. They are frequently known to submit their original music works to community radio stations in order to get put into rotation. The crew down at 2REM is amalgamating these submissions into ‘the borders’ own top-twenty music countdown, The Atomic Countdown. The competitive nature of the charts has invigorated teenagers and young adults, galvanizing a loyal following for the show and a new-found pride for contemporary music and creative pursuits in the regional area. This fantastic initiative has made use of the various new forms of media (digital and social) to spread the word about the music charts and encourage song submissions online.

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ROCK’S SOFT ROCK

8:00pmFriday

8:00pmFriday

1 Hour of Soft Rock Classics  

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Raised On Rock

9:00pmFriday

9:00pmFriday

Raised On Rock is a true rock show playing tracks from the 50s-today. It also conducts interviews with the biggest names in rock history like John Kay, Bob Daisley, Rick Wakeman, Randy Bachman, Jeff Burrows and countless others.

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Saturday Morning

9:00amSaturday

9:00amSaturday

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Powerzone

12:00pmSaturday

12:00pmSaturday

Powerzone is a weekly 1 hour radio show heard every Saturday from Midday, The show features a number of hard to find hits, mostly from the 80s and 90s, but expect a few favourites and some newer and older tracks to creep in occasionally too. Produced in Australia, a lot of the music has a distinctively Australian flavour and aims to be the place to listen to those hard-to-find hits you grew up with. Visit Powerzone on the web at http://powerzone.me.  

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A Bit of This And That

1:00pmSaturday

1:00pmSaturday

Join one of our popular veteran presenters, Gavin Pillidge, every Saturday for “A Bit of This and That”, which is exactly what you get, a bit of pop, rock, country, classical, jazz….you may even hear a bagpipe or a didgeridoo.

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Blues In The Afternoon

4:00pmSaturday

4:00pmSaturday

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6:00pmSaturday

This is a one hour radio show featuring the music of The Beatles and Elvis Presley with some fun surprises in between!   Steve Chelmsford is the host and producer of The Mop Tops & The King and has been a fan of The Beatles and Elvis Presley since he was three years old. Steve got his start in radio when he met Dusty Fenders, a local radio personality on Radio Goldfield, a small community radio station in the middle of the Nevada desert.  Steve developed a friendship with Dusty and his radio partner Carl Brownfield and soon became a member of The Carl & Dusty Radio Boogie writing jingles and other musical pieces for the show. About a year later, Radio Goldfield (KGFN 89.1FM) asked Steve if he would be interested in hosting his own show. The Mop Tops & The King made its debut on December 4, 2011 and is currently heard worldwide on over 100 radio stations. In a previous life, Steve was a research engineer with the Air Force Research Laboratory for nearly 30 years. He is a life-long resident of Chelmsford, Massachusetts.

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THE SWINGING 60’S SHOW

7:00pmSaturday

7:00pmSaturday

All the greatest from the 60’s with Gordon Cooper  

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8:00pmSaturday

1 Hour of the classic 70’s presented by Good Cooper.

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The Time Zone Top 40

9:00pmSaturday

9:00pmSaturday

The Time Zone Top 40 is the 40 top-selling music tracks in Australia exactly forty years ago, to the day.   Some time ago – when the earth was still flat and climate change wasn’t so damn obvious – 88.9 FM built a time machine that could travel back exactly 40 years to the better days of rock and roll. Since then, with the help of the Kent music report and your imagination, we’ve gone back 40 years every single week. You can check out the Kent music report at australianchartbook.com.au 1979 was a year of memorable events, good, bad and just plain awful. This was good: Australia’s first Aboriginal Parliamentarian, Senator Neville Bonner was announced 1979s Australian of the year. Domico Speranza hijacked a Pan-Am plane at Sydney Airport for 5 hours until he was shot dead by police. That was bad. Seven people died in a fire at Sydney’s Luna Park. That was just plain awful. The US space station Skylab crashed at Esperance in WA without damaging anybody or anything. That was good. 1979 was the year of the First NSW Lotto draw and I still haven’t won it. That’s bad. The Australian film industry began a new era with the release of the Original Mad Max movie. That was a very good thing. And lots of excellent music was created in 1979. Remember the Cricket song, Come on Aussie Come on? Up There Cazaly? Abba’s Chiquitita? My Sharona? And of course you will remember Video Killed the radio stars. So it’s that time again – time to travel back exactly forty years to this day in 1979 for Robyne’s presentation of the top forty music tracks across Australia.

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Exploring the Classics

8:00amSunday

8:00amSunday

Jazz on Sunday

10:00amSunday

10:00amSunday

Gavin returns on Sunday mornings to bring you great Jazz music from around the world. If you love Jazz you are going to love “Jazz on Sunday” .

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45 RPM

3:00pmSunday

3:00pmSunday

45RPM honours the music of the 45 era: the 60s, 70s and 80s. This weekly twohour program contains music (original radio mixes), witty banter, and entertaining reports. More than a trip down memory lane, 45RPM sheds new light on old windows, re-contextualising the music boomers grew up listening to.   PRESENTED BY WES JAY

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4:00pmSunday

Jane Arakawa enters Pop Heads Musicologist Roddy Lee’s Vault of Vinyl to be taken back to a time and place that reflects the theme of each weekly program. Over the hour they entertain and inform on the songs, musicians and songwriters of the vinyl years 1950s to the 1980s.

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5:00pmSunday

All Australian 60’s music and info on events that happened in Australia in the 60’s[…]

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6:00pmSunday

The Combined Churches of Braidwood present a 30-minute service.

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The Mechie Show

7:00pmSunday

7:00pmSunday

The Mechie Show is all about Progressive Rock, or Prog for short. We go beyond the usual Prog tunes from groups like Yes and Pink Floyd to artists that you’ve probably never heard of before. It is a musical journey unlike no other as we dig deep to bring you the absolute best in Prog. As we say on this show, too much Prog is never enough!

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