Rockabilly and Early Rock’n’ Roll on Country Roads

The Country Roads program winds its’ way back into town this Sunday with Ronnieboy ridin’ high in the saddle, and  playing some great country, rockabilly and early rock’n’roll, from the Bucca Wauka Buccaroo Collection. Tune in  6-9am READ MORE ABOUT COUNTRY ROADS

XTC Rocks On Retropopic

XTC were an English rock band formed in Swindon in 1972 and active until 2006. Led by songwriters Andy Partridge and Colin Moudling. Neil Saint asks “What were Colin Moulding’s early early musical influences and why did he take up the bass?” Also learn

An Ode To The Night Train on Midday Jazz

Rob Scott loves to tease us mercilessly. Today Rob says “here’s another cryptic teaser from your favourite Thursday jazzmaster – “Dinah, just take the night train and watch what doesn’t happen as Mack the Knife patrols the corridors. Julie London,

Talk To The Animals On There Goes That Song Again

On this week’s special, Brian Crabbe will feature songs about animals and, with an interview with representatives of the Gladesville based “World League for the Protection of Animals”. The World League for Protection of Animals is committed to promoting the needs,

Something to Suit Everyone On Midday Jazz

Join Neil Macbeth for a stylistically varied affair with contributions from Ruby Braff, Carmen McRae, Benny Goodman, Pete Fountain and Hal Smith’s Creole Sunshine Orchestra. If you love jazz, you’ll want to listen to today’s offerings from Neil. READ MORE

Big Country Meets Retropopic With Neil Saint

Drumming In a Big Country – Meet Mark Brzezicki, musical collaborator extraordinaire! Exclusive interview with Scottish Rock band, Big Country’s Mark Brzezicki alongside great Big Country music as well as music from U2, Pete Townsend & Genesis. Neil asks “Why