Our response to COVID-19

2RRR 88.5FM, Your Local Sound, continues to broadcast as we as individuals, families, communities, a nation and, indeed as a world, work our way through the current health crisis that is COVID-19. The situation is fluid and we must adapt.


  We are sorry to announce that the 2RRR Open Day has been rescheduled to take place in late July. We will keep you updated on the change of date and events on the day.  


EASTWOOD LUNAR NEW YEAR FESTIVAL POSTPONED   The City of Ryde, in consultation with the Lunar New Year Sub-Committee, has made the decision to postpone the Eastwood Lunar New Year Festival. The festival was scheduled to take place on Saturday

Feature Albums

Bailey Black – Crazy LP

Our feature album this week is from Australian singer-songwriter Bailey Black with her debut-album Crazy.  Bailey Black is a 17 year-old musician from Brisbane, who over the past three years has been carefully piecing together her beautiful 9-track release; Crazy.  The

Stella Donnelly – Beware of the Dogs

Our feature album this week is from Perth musician Stella Donnelly with her highly anticipated debut-album Beware of the Dogs. Stella first emerged into the public’s eye with the release of her two singles Mechanical Bull and Boys Will Be Boys in 2017. Generating widespread

Seattic – Retrospeculation

Our feature album this week is from Melbourne electronic artist Seattic with his debut-record Retrospeculation.  Seattic is the solo-project of Adrian Osman, the former lead guitarist of Brisbane rock outfit Tourism. Taking a departure from his traditionally rock roots, under the

Featured Programs

Flowers with Perfume and Purple Veggies on Real World Gardener

Marianne is talking with Steve Falcioni about how to bring plants back to life in the Plant Doctor segment; continuing the series on edible gardens with Glenice Buck, landscape designer and consulting arborist. Plus, how many purple veggies are there

Peggy Lee on There Goes That Song Again

This week is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Peggy Lee. She was born on 26th May, 1920. Peggy was a very popular American singer in the 1950s and beyond, having started as a singer with Benny Goodman’s band

Falling Stars on Pop Rock

Robbie says  “It all started on that fateful day February 3. 1959 when American rock ’n’ roll legends Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and The Big Bopper’ J.P. Richardson were killed in a plane crash – The Day The Music Died.