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Tarban Creek Bridge Maintenance

Full Bridge Closure – Tarban Creek Bridge rehabilitation, Hunters Hill starting Friday 21st November 2014.   The NSW Government is funding essential night work on Tarban Creek Bridge, between Hunters Hill & Huntley’s Point, to ensure it continues to meet

BRIAN'S 3 O'CLOCK SPECIAL

30th Anniversary Program

This year, 2RRR has celebrated 30 years on air as the community radio station for the Ryde-Hunters Hill area. In Brian Crabbe’s “Three O’Clock Special” on 25th November, you’ll have the opportunity to hear again our special “30th Anniversary program”.

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National Features & Documentary Competition

The annual National Features & Documentary Competition is back on and now open for entries! Be mentored by industry professionals through the Community Media Training Organistaion (CMTO) and have the opportunity for your work to be broadcast across Australia on

Album of the Week

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Blues Album of the Month: Joe Louis Walker – Hornet’s Nest

Ahead of his Australian Tour this month and into November, American singer/songwriter, guitarist and producer, Joe Louis Walker released earlier this year his latest album, Hornet’s Nest. Before joining Alligator Records in 2012, JLW had released 23 albums and toured

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Chris Harland Blues Band – “A Long Time Coming”

Chris Harland Blues Band - “A Long Time Coming” Hailing from Canberra ACT the Chris Harland Blues Band have released their long awaited new album, “A Long Time Coming”. Together with Chris Harland (Lead Vocals/Guitar) is Wayne Kelly (Keyboards), Paul

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Blues Album of the Week: Joe Bonamassa – Different Shades Of Blue

Joe Bonamassa – Different Shades Of Blue With twelve No.1 US Billboard Blues Albums (more than any other artist) Joe Bonamassa is set to release his first studio album in 2 years “Different Shades Of Blue” on September 23. The

Featured Programs

BAD BOYS THEME TRAIN

Bad Boy’s Theme Train

Wednesday 26th November 11pm – Midnight Bad Boy’s Theme Train How’s your father? Bumping fuzzies? Doing the horizontal bop ? Getting down and dirty? Playing hide the sausage ? Or just Making the beast with two backs?  This week The

REAL WORLD GARDENER

Real World Gardener

Wednesday 24th November 5 – 6pm Real World Gardener Not all owls call hoo-hoo. If you  hear some raspy screeching at night it could be this Owl featured  in Wildlife in Focus with ecologist Sue Stevens. Also  find out the

TRIBES OF SYDNEY

Tribes of Sydney

Wednesday 26th November11am – Noon Tribes of SydneyCosplay: The Miscellany Yes – instead of our normal month-end mixtape, we’ll be continuing our journey – covering all that stuff we missed and you should know about the wondrous world of fandom

Reviews

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Yes Sir Boss “King in a Rocking Chair”

Imagine for a second; you’re in the air, trampoline below – the sun on your face. You land and up you go again. King In A Rocking Chair by Yes Sir Boss, an English ska band lifts you up with

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Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For

Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For Stylistically, Sin City 2 is keeps to the elegant formula of its predecessor, clean and simple monochrome subdues harsh violence though it is the splashes of colour which seem to have been

BRIAN'S 3 O'CLOCK SPECIAL

BRIAN CRABBE’S “THREE O’CLOCK SPECIAL” – THE FIFTIES FAIR

On Sunday, August 24th, Brian visited the “50s Fair” at the Rose Seidler House and grounds at Wahroonga. In his “Three O’Clock Special” on Tuesday 26th, he talked about the Fair and played appropriate songs from the 50s about the