A project of 1200 Degrees and DJ D, 1200 Twelves is a DJ mix spun by one of 100 DJs from around the globe, who were tasked with creating a mix from 12 of their 12″ vinyl records, all adding up to 1200 twelves. Each episode will feature 1-2 DJs mixing live with minimal talk breaks in between.
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.
Abel Caine Investigates
Abel Cain InvestigatesAn ex-commando and one-time member of Interpol, this private detective sets up an agency in trendy London in the 1960’sHe’s well dressed, he’s known in ‘all the right places’, and he’s a very capable investigator who can solve problems whilst working ‘under the radar’.
Abel Caine Investigates
Abel Cain Investigates An ex-commando and one-time member of Interpol, this private detective sets up an agency in trendy London in the 1960’s He’s well dressed, he’s known in ‘all the right places’, and he’s a very capable investigator who can solve problems whilst working ‘under the radar’. Brought to you by Grace Gibson Productions and personally sponsored by Paul Gilbert.
Accidentally Curley’s Treat
Accidently Curley’s Treat roars through the airwaves every Friday from 9pm to midnight with your host DJ Earley Curley. From post-punk, synth-wave, dream-pop, plunderphonics, and neo-psychedelia, the revolutionary minds of music are everywhere to be found on in DJ Earley Curley’s expertly curated musical mixtapes.
Arts Alive (CRN)
Arts Alive has a national perspective, actively seeking stories from all parts of Australia, and occasionally from New Zealand and Singapore. The program is structured in three parts: news and current affairs, the guest of the week – authors, writers, actors, painters or administrators – and a review of some current film, book, or play.
Audio e’s sole purpose is to be an interface between artists, producers, djs, event promoters & the australian public. Our intention is to present the ‘not quite mainstream‘ – quality electronic music, accessible only by making a deep incision in the skin of mainstream electronic music to see what lies beneath.
Aussie Music Weekly (CRN)
A one-hour radio show (presented by Noddy), broadcast twice a week around Australia on over 45 radio stations via the Community Radio Network satellite service. 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 the studios of community radio 2SER, Chimes, explores jangly ringing guitars. Trace the arc from the Byrds to the Bats, with plenty of new releases and some forgotten treasures too. Host Paul Gough has been collecting these sounds since the late ’70s and joins the dots along the musical timeline. From 2SER via the Community Radio network. Let those Rickenbackers ring!
Dirt Music (CRN)
Hosted by longstanding rock journalist and veritable roots roller Stuart Coupe, Dirt Music explores the expanse and history of roots music, spanning country, folk, blues, Americana and so much more.Listen back to previous editions of the program here.Brought to you via the Community Radio Network.
Doc Ron Show
Info segments & interviews about Natural therapy – methods,bodycare and exercise systems (incl. meditation) relating to well-being of body, mind and spirit, plus unique info about ‘mind-body’ medicine (how your mental attitude and mental programming affects your health, healing and well-being). Also a little commentary(& Interviews) on local, national and world current affairs.
Hawks League Live!
Hawks League Live! on 2RRR … With the Ryde Eastwood Hawks headlining in the NSW Rugby League’s Ron Massey Cup … AJ and Moxo will be broadcasting on 2RRR all the home games of the Hawks from the TG Millner Field, with the local district club news, interviews, the preview and call of the game – Tackle by Tackle … Blow by Blow
Hit Parade of Yesterday (CRN)
Step back in time with vintage music from the 20s & 30s, more precisely, 1926-1937, jazz, big bands, and some Australian bands, personalities and music from the movies are featured. Original recordings are used. A monthly special highlights a personality or a band or, perhaps, a type of music or dance. This program began in March 1978!
Hungarian Radio Mozaik Sydney
Want to hear the voice of Hungarian news, culture and affairs of the Sydney region? There’s no better place than by listening to the expert minds of Katalin and Gustav. Each week, Katalain and Gustav deliver fascinating content in the Hungarian language, with a wide variey of interviews and topical information for all Hungarian speakers to enjoy.
Midday Jazz Thursday
Thursday’s Midday Jazz consists of mainly contemporary versions of The Great American Songbook. Plus, for a bit of fun, we have the Stage and Screen with a Twist of Jazz Quiz at around 12-45 to test your trivia – or your success at guessing accurately – from the three alternate answers suggested.
New York Jazz (CRN)
New York Jazz: it’s nostalgia with the accent on jazz, and storylines on the artists and musicians, from Miles Davis to Frank Sinatra, along with listener requests, contributions, and most of all, relaxation. As Tom says, that’s what this long-running “perfect finale” to that “care-worn day” is all about.
For one hour, expand your football knowledge by hearing the wise words of one of Sydney’s most active football journalists, The Lone Ranger. Local games, results and player interviews are central to Planet Football, giving you an insight into the minds of some of the game’s most interesting social commentators.
Ground-breaking, award-winning children’s edutainment hosted entirely by young people from mid-primary to mid-secondary age range. hear perspectives on a wide variety of local/global topics via interviews with leaders and experts in various fields. Each month the program includes ‘Music Matters’: live performances from emerging artists and interviews with industry professionals from Australia and the world.
Join Jeremy on a journey through time as he and his weekly guests celebrate the greatest female vocal performances of all time. From Edith Piaf, to Aretha Franklin and all the way to Courtney Barnett. From Paris, to Detroit and all the way back to Sydney Australia, we look at artists that have shaped us, and artists that will soon shape us.
Rhythm, Relics & Records
Catch a good morning dose of Soul, Psychedelia and Swinging Sixties Garage with Natalie de Silver on Rhythm, Relics & Records! Natalie spins a delightful musical selection from her vinyl record collection, including artist interviews and uncanny insights into metaphysical matters of the human mind.
Rock & Roll Rising
Rock and Roll Rising 2RRR 88.5 FM, Thursday evenings at 8pm ‘tll 10pm with Harry L and Harry P. We cover Rock Music from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s 80′ and 90’s, in fact from all time! You’ll hear cuts ranging from hot melting guitar blues to grungy garage rock. Real rockin’ rhythm and blues, heavy hard rock and proto molten metal with a dose of Australian British and American tracks.
Rock on down to 88.5FM on Monday night’s to hear the frantic energy of some of the wildest rock minds of the later half of the twentith century. Hosted by Rocco G, Sonic Stew is an adventure into his deep and expansive collection of rock gems. Ranging from deep underground cuts all the way to highly popular rock icons, Sonic Stew has it all.
For serious music-lovers! Veteran music journo and broadcaster Kev Walsh takes an in-depth look at a well-known musician or group. Its hour-long format allows an in-depth portrait of the artist to emerge through interviews, archival audio, and songs not usually heard on the radio. Previous guests have included John Williamson, Adam Harvey, Tex Morton, Arthur Blanch, Smokey Dawson, Mary Duff, Willie Nelson, Reg Lindsay, Mick Foster (& Allen) and Graeme Connors.
Sydney Kannada Vani
A radio program for listeners who speak Kannada, an Indian language. Indian and Sri Lankan migrants form a major part of the Australian migrant family. Over one million migrants from these two countries have called Australia Home. Kannada is one of the major languages spoken by this migrant group.
Recordings, interviews and live performances by local alternative bands from all around Sydney are curated and shared each week straight to you by the local mastermind of Big Daddy K. With a well-established name within the Sydney music community, Big Daddy K is your go to host for hearing the wild and vibrant alternative sounds of Sydney’s coolest local bands.
Tales From The High Stool
“Tales from the high stool” is a weekly programme broadcasting on Tuesday nights from 9pm. Hosted by Pádraig Ó Cuinn. The show involves interviews various people involved in local and global music, from festival organisers, musicians, music historians and music journalists.
Tecka’s Tracks (CRN)
Twenty years on-air and still with a passion for 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.
The Baby Boomers’ Guide to Life in the 21st Century (CRN)
The Baby Boomers’ Guide to Life in the 21st Century is a multi-media healthy ageing project produced and broadcast from the studios of Radio Skid Row (RSR) in Marrickville. The Guide looks at healthy ageing, especially for Australians aged 55 and over. Each episode looks at a theme related to ageing in Australia through ‘The Expert Speaks’ segments, followed by ‘The Punter’s Panel’ where two local older people share their thoughts.
The Folk Show (CRN)
The Folk Show on Radio Adelaide has brought you the best in folk music and culture for over 30 years.Let our team take you on a tour of Irish, American, Scottish, English, Australian and world folk in both traditional and contemporary styles. Join our team of knowledgeable presenters every Saturday afternoon, and don’t forget your dancing shoes!Brought to you via the Community Radio Network.
The Indigenous Review
An Indigenous-produced and presented magazine-style news and current affairs program, that provides a platform for in-depth coverage of issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. The program provides a balance to a lot of mainstream coverage of Indigenous issues, and inform and entertain all Australians about these issues.
The Meaningful Monday Show
The Meaningful Monday Show with Jeanine Sciacca and Clare Williamson is about self-empowerment and raising your awareness to live your best life. It is an entertaining programme with talk and fun songs, all designed to make you feel good. We all have issues, but don’t talk about them. The Meaningful Monday Show motivates you to take charge of your life.
The Morning Mix
Breakfast is back on the menu at 2RRR! … with Natalie de Silver spinning The Morning Mix Live on Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday & Virtual on Thursday – Friday. You’ll dig the music – Rhythm n’ Blues, Soul, Psychedelia & Garage Rock n Roll … with up-to-the-minute news, weather forecast, regular traffic reports & topical interviews.
The Raveyard Shift
Fast, syncopated rhythmic patterns and basslines are the key concern of Party Marty & BMX Joe when they go live to share the hottest dance music from around the globe. For the first hour, learn about the fascinating history of the electronic dance scene through popular recordings of tracks from the early Sydney dance music scene.
The Shamrock Program
As one of the original shows on the 2RRR roster, The Shamrock Program has been broadcasting on Tuesday night at 7:30pm for over 30 years. Tune in for some good music, community information and good old fashioned craic. With one of the originals – Noel McCormick – and new kid on the block – Paul Dixon. So grab yourself a drink, a couple of biscuits, sit back and relax…
There Goes That Song Again
We listen to and talk about the popular music and the artists of the 1940s, 50s and 60s & also re-discover forgotten artists and songs. The emphasis is mostly on the easy-listening music of the era before the arrival of rock and roll and which also continued beyond. Regular features may include tributes to particular artists, interview excerpts, songs from the 20s or 30s revived in the 40s, 50s or 60s, songs that topped the charts 60, 70 or 80 years ago – and more!
There Goes That Song Again Special
We take an in-depth look each week at a particular aspect of the music of the 1940s, 50s or 60s. Each “Special” may feature a specific artist, event, anniversary, Broadway show, Hollywood musical or other theme. It’s also an opportunity to take a detailed look at the history of a particular aspect of the era and re-discover forgotten artists and songs.
Three Chords and The Truth
‘Country music ain’t nothing but three chords and the truth’ said Harlan Howard. From that dictum comes a show celebrating music from the ‘alt’ and ‘Americana’ world of country music sourced from Australia and the world. Join Jen Mize and Paddy McHugh as they serve up the finest selection of music, interviews, live performances and musings.