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Mitchell's Front Page

Mitchell's Front Page
Talk, editorials, current affairs, reviews, news and more!
PresentersMitchell Dye
Mondays 9:00am - 11:00am
Tuesdays 9:00am - 11:00am

Mitchell’s Front Page is Geelong’s only radio program on a Monday and Tuesday morning that keeps you informed on the issues affecting the region. Presented in a current affairs format, the program features a mix of news, sport, information and lighter content.

The award-winning program started in July 2014. Mitchell Dye, the host of the program was born and bred in Geelong, and has been involved in Geelong radio since 2006.

Every episode gives an extensive insight into the issues of the day and encourages listener feedback on talkback, email and social media.

The program goes to air live from the Geelong studios of 94.7 The Pulse. Listeners can tune in to 94.7FM in the Geelong region, and can listen online at Program highlights, features and specials are podcast at so you can listen anytime.

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The program compliments Scanlan’s Front Page which appears at the same time on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with Denis Scanlan.

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The Mitchell's Front Page Blog

Mon-Tue from 9-11am on 94.7 The Pulse

  • May 9- Sarah Henderson MP on budget day
    Sarah Henderson MP, Federal Member for Corangamite joined the show on budget day to discuss likely funding for the region. She also spoke about the CFA dispute and the idea of quotas to improve gender diversity in politics.

  • May 9- James Taylor, Senior Journalist- Surf Coast Times
    James Taylor, Senior Journalist at Surf Coast Times appeared on Mitchell’s Front Page, talking about the debate around the rainbow flag at the Surf Coast Shire, plus the outcomes for the region in the Federal budget.

  • Deakin expert: Public airing of AOC?s dirty laundry a wake-up call for all organisations
    Tackling a problematic culture must be the Australian Olympic Committee president?s top priority following this weekend?s presidential election, according to a Deakin University sport governance researcher. Deakin Business School?s Dr Geoff Schoenberg researches sport governance and said the situation that has unfolded with the AOC was avoidable and must be rectified. ?The spotlight has been turned on the AOC for all the wrong reasons, with news reports illustrating serious issues within the organisation,? Dr Schoenberg said. ?With the president now elected, governance changes are needed to address the organisational culture and ensure the organisation does not end up right back where it is now, with a damaged reputation and its dirty laundry very publicly aired.?

  • Ethnicity and religion: Do they influence whether you can save money?
    Thea O’Connor from In The Black caught up with the program to talk about new research, looking at whether savings habits are influenced by ethnicity and religion. Read the article here

  • SPASA: Government allows Victorian children to remain at risk
    SPASA CEO Brendan Watkins joined the program to call on the government to introduce inspections of pool and spa barriers in Victoria in order to improve safety outcomes.

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