Moocooboola Festival This Weekend!

The annual Hunters Hill Moocooboola Festival kicks off this Sunday, the 3rd of August and we’re getting excited!  Come down and join the party with lots of fun, food and entertainment for everyone.   This year’s Moocooboola Festival includes Kids

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30th Anniversary Fundraiser Thank You!

On Sunday, Natalie Smith from Timeslides & Big Daddy K from Sydney Sounds curated an absolute cracker of a fundraiser to celebrate 2RRR’s 30 years on air! We want to send out a HUGE thank you to all those who


Congratulations Fr Carmello Sciberras

Fr Carmello Scibberas has been an ongoing guest presenter of the 2RRR Maltese program and supporter of 2RRR.  We would like to congratulate him as he celebrates 50 years of Ministerial Priesthood.

Album of the Week


Blues Album of the Week – Rick Estrin & The Nightcats “You Asked For It…Live”

Winner of Best Harmonica in the 2013 US Blues Music Awards by Rick Estrin, the band had four more U.S BMA nominations this year and set to tour Australia for the Great Southern Blues Festival 2014 in  Narooma over the


Curlew – Animal Urges

Animal Urges marks the first full length release from Brisbane duo Curlew.  They popped onto the live scene in 2011, harking a softer alter-ego from songwriter Mark Zian’s solo project. The album is as sparse as it is exhaustive, as vulnerable as

Tales In Space

Tales in Space – Formula

Sydney electro-pop duo and all round good guys Tales in Space finally released their much anticipated debut album Formula. And let me tell you, it’s good….real good.   With their creative mix of live guitars and percussion coupled with detailed

Featured Programs


Come Join Your Favourite Programs At Moocooboola Festival!

Come down to Moocooboola this Sunday the 3rd of August and catch heaps of live sets from some of your favourite programs at the 2RRR Stall.   9 – 10am Leonie McClure (My Kind of Country) & Graeme Robinson (Sunday


Real World Gardener

July 30th 5-6pm Real World Gardener Find out what the feathered variety of Galahs are really like with ecologist Sue Stevens, and where do Pine Nuts come from? Plus learn to grow perennial Asparagus. Be in it to win it


Midday Jazz Wednesday

Wednesday 30th July Noon-2pm Midday Jazz On Midday Jazz, David Stevens will put on a tribute to drummer Louie Bellson, with whom he shares a birthday this week. On the same day as Mick Jagger’s birthday – David played in a



The Records Flawed – The Delta Riggs

This is the follow up of Delta Riggs’ much loved first single Supersonic Casualties taken from their forthcoming sophomore album Dipz Zebazios (due this September). The Records Flawed is a spiraling power brit-pop romp – combining the old Delta Riggs pomp and


Transformers – Age of Extinction

The fourth instalment in the transformers series reboots the franchise with a new lead and story arc, but in Michael Bay fashion comes complete with explosions – bridges, buildings, cars and astoundingly timber barn doors.             Don’t expect Citizen Kane with


22 Jump St

22 jump St, continues the trend of 21, of creating characters out of the real world impressions we have of the actors playing them – Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as the leads and features an assorted cast filled with