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Monday

Fourth Estate

06:30Monday

Fourth Estate

06:30Monday

From 2SER, journalists on journalism. Each week we examine how the media has covered the news and consider broader issues affecting the industry both in Australia and throughout the world. Fourth Estate features a regular rotating panel of experts as well as in-depth one-on-one interviews. Presented by Monica Attard, Tina Quinn, and Prue Clarke. Produced with the assistance of the Department of Communications and the Arts via the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

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Breakfast

07:00Monday

An open jar of marmalade sitting next to two pieces of toast and a butter knife

07:00Monday

Hear community news and information, interviews, and great music.

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Morning Music

09:00Monday

Australian wildflowers

09:00Monday

Presented by a variety of volunteer presenters, Morning Music is just the thing to accompany you through the morning with a mix of relaxing classics and nostalgic easy listening music.

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Wellbeing / Diffusion

11:00Monday

Hands holding a yellow flower

11:00Monday

At 11am, Wellbeing is a radio guide to a healthier lifestyle. It aims to inform the community about conditions and and diseases and dispel medical myths. Jack Hodgins delves into the most pressing topics around mental and physical health, talking with leading experts in their fields and those with lived experience. From 2NUR on the Community Radio Network. At 11:30am, Diffusion takes a look at new science, hard science, pop science, historical science and weird science. The show includes news, interviews, special features and discussion on important scientific events and issues. From the Community Radio Network.

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The Talking Newspaper

12:00Monday

12:00Monday

Talking Newspaper readers Graham, Onny, and Duck. Supported by the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) and RPH Australia, presenters of this long running 2MCE program read from The Western Advocate, The Central Western Daily, and Charles Sturt University news. If you're unable to read the newspapers due to a print disability or you are just too busy, The Talking Newspaper is the program for you. Readers are community volunteers and Charles Sturt University staff and students. Current readers include Chris, Miao, Sharon, Kerry, Donald, Monica, Peter H, Ross, Graham P, Jane & Sonya. If you would like to join the Talking Newspaper Team, apply to become a volunteer at our information page under get involved. It's easy, fun, and you are contributing to a valuable community service. The Talking Newspaper is produced with the support of the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at cbf.org.au.

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13:00Monday

Hear highlights from Amrap’s Metro and Regional charts, the weekly top ten tracks ordered for airplay by over 3,000 metropolitan and regional community broadcasters from 300 community radio stations from Amrap’s music distribution service ‘AirIt’. Musicians can apply to get their music distributed free to community radio and track airplay through Amrap.

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Afternoon Oz

14:00Monday

14:00Monday

Get your fill of Australian music from across the decades from Johnny O'Keefe to Sampa the Great Photo by Joey Csunyo on Unsplash

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15:00Monday

Each fortnight Oscar Nicholls brings you gems unearthed the latest releases from the Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (AMRAP). With his inimitable style, Oscar will present his own unique perspectives and opinions of what may become big hits. Or not. You Heard It Here First. On alternate fortnights, you'll hear The New Release Show from the Community Radio Network.

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Community Drive

16:00Monday

William St Bathurst

16:00Monday

Community Drive presents the latest local community news and information from around our region.

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The Wire

17:00Monday

17:00Monday

The Wire is a daily current affairs program, broadcast nationally around Australia on the Community Radio Network. The flagship national program for the community radio sector since 2004, The Wire is a significant alternative voice in Australian current affairs. We cover stories across Politics, Education, International affairs, Science & Technology, Health, Indigenous Affairs and Arts & Literature to name a few. Our broadcast stations are spread across city, country and remote parts of Australia. They include including many remote Indigenous communities and places with no other broadcast media. More than 5 million people across Australia can tune into The Wire on any weekday Check out our stories on  thewire.org.au

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Studio 8

17:30Monday

17:30Monday

Studio 8 brings you the hits from around Australia and around the world. You’ll always hear something you love in Studio 8. In 2019, Gary Sweetnam (of Charles Sturt University’s Faculty of Arts and Education Technical Team) and Adam Thompson (2MCE Production Support Officer) were nominated by the 2MCE Station Manager for an award for Technical Innovation in the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) National Awards for their work on Studio 8.  

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18:00Monday

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The National Indigenous News Review is an Indigenous-produced and presented magazine-style news and current affairs [...]

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Live Delay

19:00Monday

19:00Monday

Seeing live music is a transformative experience. Live Delay brings all the passion of the stage and the spice of the crowd direct to your ears, capturing the story of Australian music as it happens. Live Delay is produced by 4ZZZ in Brisbane and apart of the Community Radio Network. Photograph is taken from the Live Delay website.

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The Opera Box

20:00Monday

20:00Monday

Opera is the ultimate theatrical form:  singing, acting and even dance.  Spend an hour with Ingrid each week to enjoy an opera:  discover the plots of operas both obscure and so famous we don’t remember what they’re actually about, listen to some of the best music written for the stage and find out some “behind the scenes” gossip and fun facts!

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Fine Music Live

21:00Monday

21:00Monday

Fine Music Live presents performances recorded by the member stations of the Australian Fine Music Network. Between them these stations record almost 500 live concerts a year! That’s across venues in their respective cities and regional locations. Local, national and international performances with an emphasis on Australian performers. Photo by Diogo Nunes on Unsplash

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Studio 8 Overnight

22:00Monday

Studio 8

22:00Monday

Studio 8 brings you the hits from around Australia and around the world. You'll always hear something you love in Studio 8. In 2019, Gary Sweetnam (of [...]

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