Deep Musings on Midday Jazz

Rob says “After a stormy Monday evening’s performance, the entertainer just kept breezin’ along on subsequent nights that week telling one beautiful tale after another.” Anita O’Dea, Lou Rawles, Julie O’Hara and Luiz Bonfa would have been impressed! Find out

Live and Local on Midday Jazz

In today’s program Neil will play tracks from local artists Paul Furniss, Mike Hallam and Helen Fenton plus some rags from Harold Fabricant and vocals from Smacka Fitzgibbon. READ MORE ABOUT MIDDAY JAZZ MONDAY 

Rob’s Midday Jazz

Rob Scott says “What a difference a day makes! At last the beast is no longer moanin’. Is that cheering from Coleman Hawkins, Etta James, Mark Isaacs and Marie Wilson that I can hear?” Maybe we can get Rob to

See Open Gardenes on Real World Gardener

Something’s caused your plants to droop but you’ve watered them. Could it be bacterial wilt?  Find out on Plant Doctor with Steve Falcioni from www.ecoorganicgarden.com.au  Eating weeds really? That’s in vegetable heroes. Marianne will also be talking to Felicity MacCaffrey founder

Bing Crosby on There Goes That Song Again

Did you know than Bing was actually born Harry Lillis Crosby? The nickname “Bing” came from when a neighbour nicknamed him Bing because he laughed so much when reading a comic  called “The Bingville Bugle.” This week Brian presents listeners

Kaffy’s Country Music

Kaffy has just listened to the NEW album After the War, and having recently played the track ‘I am Invictus’ by Lee Kernaghan (which is the theme song written by Garth Porter, Lee Kernighan and Colin Buchanan for the 2018 Invictus Games) Kaffy says