Music with a Message

Join Geoff as he presents an eclectic genre-busting range of Christian music that always has a message – and that message is Jesus.

Also, each week Martyn Isles will be presenting Truth in Ten where he will discuss topics that affect today’s world from a Biblical perspective.
“Life is to be lived – not loathed”

Genre’s: Rock, Pop, Rap, Hip-Hop, Grunge, EDM, Techno, Metal, Country, and of course Contemporary Praise and Worship – if it’s Contemporary Christian then it’s not out of reach. Oh yeah – he loves Christian parodies.

Noisy Neighbours

Noisy Neighbours features a selection of music that’s designed to be turned up LOUD.

Your host, Trenck DeGroote is in-studio to guide you through his favourites, all of them designed to outdo your noisy neighbours.

Top of the Pops

The extended version of the Top of the Pops, from the BBC World Service.

Kim Robson presents the weekly UK top 20 countdown, with extra info, gossip and interviews included.

Global Village

World music with a difference – a musical carpet ride for armchair travellers.

Habib Massad presents a celebration of cultural diversity that features music from all corners of the globe.

Via the Community Radio Network (CRN)

 

NIMA Chart Show

Join Matty J as he counts down the top 10 most played songs by first nations artists on Aussie radio each week.

Thanks to the National Indigenous Music Awards for providing the chart each week.

The National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMAs) are recognised as one of Australia’s most prominent Indigenous music awards and have been celebrating Australian music for 16 years.

The NIMAs showcase the rich musical landscape of Australia and highlight the music coming from all corners of the country. The Awards bring together acts who are yet to make their mark on the world alongside those who have achieved international acclaim, such as Gurrumul & Jessica Mauboy.

From Radio Goolari

Around the Traps

What’s happening about the valley and nearby with Beverly Gibbs.

The Chill

Corey Barnett brings you the Top 40 from the 90s-to-now!

Hear all the major chart hits from 1990 to 2020, plus a weekly AMRAP Top 5 that is all-Australian.

If it’s current in the charts, or rarely on the radio anymore, it’s on The Chill.

Peter’s Pops

Join Peter on his “Pop’s Music Train” with a fabulous selection of popular music for you to enjoy.