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Tuesday

GOOD MORNING COUNTRY

05:00Tuesday

Good monring country

05:00Tuesday

Good Morning Country is the breakfast program heard around Australia on stations via the Community Radio Network satellite service. With the best in country, from bush ballads to the latest chart-toppers, and regular interviews and giveaways, it's a great way to start the morning, until 2MCE's presenter bring you local breakfast.

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BREAKFAST WITH TIM

06:00Tuesday

06:00Tuesday

Classic hits, local info and interviews with Tim Williams. Featuring National Radio News on the hour. Featuring interviews with local politicians, community members and on Tuesdays 8.20am with the Commander of the Chifley Police District, Detective Superintendent Peter O’Brien.  

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09:00Tuesday

Monthly specials highlight a personality or a band, a vocalist, musician, some relevant calendar event, perhaps a type of music or dance.  

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ARTS ALIVE

11:00Tuesday

Arts Alive

11:00Tuesday

Arts Alive has a national perspective, actively seeking stories from all parts of Australia and occasionally from NZ and Singapore. The show is structured [...]

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12:00Tuesday

Reading The Western Advocate, The Central Western Daily and Charles Sturt University News with Community Volunteers Charles Sturt Students & Staff

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ALL OZ LUNCHBOX

13:00Tuesday

13:00Tuesday

All Australian, All the Time

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MELODY ROAD

14:00Tuesday

14:00Tuesday

Susan has been a presenter on 2MCE since 2014, and prior to that presented on Orange, NSW's 2OCB/107.5. She loves sharing her love of music and enjoys the [...]

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Community Drive

16:00Tuesday

16:00Tuesday

Community Drive program presents the latest news from around our region.

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The Wire

17:00Tuesday

17:00Tuesday

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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THE SOPHIES

17:30Tuesday

17:30Tuesday

Discussion, fun and music. Ethical issues, topics that concern you, university experiences and funny stories. It's all here on The Sophies

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ALT.EIGHTIES

18:00Tuesday

18:00Tuesday

The 80’s was a vibrant time for popular music worldwide, the influences of punk, post-punk,electronic, new wave, synth-pop and power-pop reverberated through the decade. Hybrid genres of music emerged creating one of the most influential periods in contemporary popular music. The emergence of the independent record industry fuelled this era of exploration.

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SOS

19:00Tuesday

19:00Tuesday

    Photo by Georgy Rudakov on Unsplash

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GREAT SOUNDS OF MUSIC

20:00Tuesday

20:00Tuesday

Your hosts, Graham Carter, Roger Hargraves, Marguerite McKibbin, and Ingrid Pulley play classical music from all eras, and share their expert knowledge of the music and composers.  

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Studio 8

22:00Tuesday

22:00Tuesday

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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