Tom Christensen -  Chewing the Fat with Real Rural Stories, catch-ups and conversations with people living rurally, in town and on the land.

Hold on to your hats as renowned broadcast journalist Nicole Chvastek dives into the latest breaking news and wrangles a few hot button debates.

Local news and current affairs with a strong focus on women’s health, their stories and issues that effect them.

Keith Almond invites guests to come into the studio, play some of their favourite songs and explain why they  are important to them. Listeners are invited to contact The Pulse if they would like to get involved.

Josh Barnes presents The Bendigo Community Bank Sports Fix show on 94.7 The Pulse

Sean Simpson presents The Bendigo Community Bank Sports Fix show on 94.7 The Pulse.

Q. Who’s your dream interview?  A. Gary Abblett Snr – I know him personally and would love for him to come in and have a chat, and feel comfortable chatting about his life Q. Who are your four ideal dinner party guests (alive or no) Leigh Matthews Neil Diamond Evon Cawley Jacinta Ardern Q. How do you spend your time outside of The Pulse radio station? A. Work in a community bank and love local sporting clubs Q. What’s your best advice for people interested in working on the radio? A. Remember your audience! It’s not about you. Q. What event, festival or service would you bring to Geelong? AFL Grand Final Q. What’s your favourite food? A. Mexican Q. What song is your guilty pleasure? A. Adele – When we were young Q. If you could have any job for a day, what would it be? A. Prime minister

Peter Fogarty presents Just Jazz on 94.7 The Pulse.

Ross Williamson presents Just Jazz, Jazz on The Pulse & Hot, Sweet & Jazzy.

JOHN THOMPSON Earliest jazz memories: Hearing Hoagy Carmichael records on the radio when I was 5. Seeing Papa Celestin’s band in the film Cinerama Holiday and hearing Chris. Barber’s ‘Whistling Rufus’ on the B.B.C. that same year, 1955. Favourite jazz performers:Trombonist and singer Jack Teagarden and Furry Lewis the country bluesman.

Betty Giles has been at The Pulse for more than 23 years!

When starting off in radio as a fresh faced scaramouch who could barely dance the fandango, Donaldo S Dockweiler (who took his name in homage to Australian one day cricket legend, Mike Whitney), couldn't bare to place the needle on the record...

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