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Alex in The Morning

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Community Radio Network

12:00amMonday

12:00amMonday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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The GEMS

7:00amMonday

7:00amMonday

Trish and Sam’s friendship began with learning guitar together. They quickly hit it off and their music skyrocketed, performing at concerts and plays, hosting events and anything else they could get their hands on. That was fifteen years ago. They always bounced off one another really well and everyone told them they should be doing radio. Now, they host the Monday breakfast show as The Gems. Their motto is “you only get one life” and you certainly won’t see them waste theirs! Together, they’ve convinced Kasey Chamber’s dad to spend a weekend performing with them in Tamworth, sung the National Anthem in the middle of the ring at the State Championship Boxing, and they even swam nude in Tassie on the coldest day of the year with 700 other people! There’s nothing they wouldn’t give a red hot go at. Trish and Sam love showing women that life can still begin after their babies grow up and leave the nest, that age is just a number! Most of all, they want people listening to their show to feel inspired to get out there and live as much of their life with fun and happiness.

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9:00amMonday

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.  

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45RPM

11:00amMonday

11:00amMonday

Songs will finish… gigs will end… and bands will break up but you’ll never forget the 45s that touched your heart and soul.

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1:00pmMonday

Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones brings you the best of Rockabilly, Rock 'n' Roll, Blues, Funk, Pop and Soul!! Basically whatever is needed to get your party started! Michael 'Memphis' Williams dusts off the 45s, CDs, Cassettes and MP3s. And he's almost figured out how to make the 8-Track work! So quickly get up, to then quickly get down, with Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones! A twice weekly dig through Memphis's vast music collection, which is ever expanding thanks to his untreated addiction to digging through record crates, Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones is the most eclectic and electric show to hit the airwaves since Elvis left the building and video killed the radio star. Tune in to perhaps the only party in town where you will find James Brown, The Beatles and BB King spinning right next to Nick Cave, Motörhead and Eminem. A record player doesn't know which decade it is, and since Michael 'Memphis' Williams traded his calendar for more music, neither does he. You will hear the hits of the 50s right through to that catchy track that came out last week, right after that record that Jim Morrison recorded in the bathroom. So tune on in, and turn up those speakers until they rattle your bones, because 94.7 The Pulse is the only place where you will find Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones!!!!

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Mitch’s Music

3:00pmMonday

3:00pmMonday

Relax- enjoy another Monday afternoon of yesterday's classic hits along with today's chart-topping favourites, hosted by Mitchell Dye. You can even have a say in what we play by submitting a request.

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KickArts

4:00pmMonday

4:00pmMonday

KickArts on 94.7 The Pulse | Hosted by Chris Bryan and talking all things in the arts space of Geelong and surrounding areas

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Legends of Sun Studio

5:00pmMonday

5:00pmMonday

Hosted by Betty Giles, all the rock and roll, blues, country and rockabilly artists from the legendary Sun Studio.

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Lithuanian

6:00pmMonday

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Serbian Youth

7:00pmMonday

7:00pmMonday

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Serbian

8:00pmMonday

8:00pmMonday

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9:00pmMonday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Just Jazz

10:00pmMonday

10:00pmMonday

Jazz for pleasant listening, including traditional, mainstream, contemporary and everything in between from America, Australia, Europe and everywhere else.

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Community Radio Network

12:00amTuesday

12:00amTuesday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Country Breakfast

7:00amTuesday

7:00amTuesday

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Mitchell’s Front Page

9:00amTuesday

9:00amTuesday

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.  

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I Believe in Music

11:00amTuesday

11:00amTuesday

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The Blurb

2:00pmTuesday

2:00pmTuesday

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Reckless Radio

4:00pmTuesday

4:00pmTuesday

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Community Radio Network

5:00pmTuesday

5:00pmTuesday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Russian

6:00pmTuesday

6:00pmTuesday

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Masainakum Masoonah

8:00pmTuesday

8:00pmTuesday

Find more information on this program at www.zahidahart.com/radio-show

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Serbian

9:00pmTuesday

9:00pmTuesday

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Community Radio Network

10:00pmTuesday

10:00pmTuesday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Mitchell’s Front Page

9:00amMonday (temp)

9:00amMonday (temp)

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.  

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Pulse Playlist

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The Blurb

12:00pmMonday (temp)

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Pulse Playlist

5:00pmMonday (temp)

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KickArts

4:00pmMonday (temp)

4:00pmMonday (temp)

KickArts on 94.7 The Pulse | Hosted by Chris Bryan and talking all things in the arts space of Geelong and surrounding areas

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Community Radio Network

12:00amWednesday

12:00amWednesday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Alex in The Morning

7:00amWednesday

7:00amWednesday

Alex in The Morning | Hosted by Alex | 94.7 The Pulse

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Scanlan’s Front Page

9:00amWednesday

9:00amWednesday

Scanlan’s front page covers news that is news! Covering local,national and international news. We cover politics, local council affairs, sport and have regular guests on numerous topics. I try to inject some humour into the show assisted by my dear friend Robert who is my sidekick! We play a range of new music and Quality older music. The easy lisinting!

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The Sustainable Hour

11:00amWednesday

11:00amWednesday

Our region's leading information hub, podcast and radio show about climate change, sustainability and solutions – for a green, clean and sustainable Geelong. Every week we meet with interesting local and regional solution-builders, innovators, doers and first-movers. The show started in October 2013 and has more than 300 hours of sustainable radio interviews in the archive with over 1,000 guests in the studio.   Intro video: https://youtu.be/01yMDTKkjSY » More info about previous shows on www.climatesafety.info/thesustainablehour » See video interviews on the program's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJxwIjEEoYEDEtHwtTmnf6Q » Subscribe to podcasts in iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-sustainable-hour/id771252756 Also available in Stitcher and Podkicker

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Wednesday Lunchbox

12:00pmWednesday

12:00pmWednesday

“WEDNESDAY LUNCHBOX” has been presented on 94.7 The Pulse since late in 2009 by Bob Pullin & Terry Knell. The show is a mixture of lively chat, great music with a few laughs along the way. REGULAR SEGMENTS Include:- BIRTHDAY PARADE RESTAURANT REVIEW WHAT GETS UP MY NOSE PICTURE THE PAST FOOTY TIPS (During AFL season) Occasionally we interview a special guest but this is not a regular segment. We talk about local and state issues, sometimes seriously but often in a light hearted way. Our Executive Producer, Ken Gowty, who has been with us for the past four years, selects all the music for the programme and endeavours to select a wide range of music each week to suit a wide range of tastes. Our listening audience is mainly older members of the community and are spread far and wide. We receive feedback regularly from Far North Queensland; Hervey Bay, various parts of Melbourne as well as around the Surf Coast and Bellarine Peninsula. The programme is sponsored each week by William Sheahan Funerals of Drysdale.

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Northern Exposure

2:00pmWednesday

2:00pmWednesday

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Mixin’ It Up

3:00pmWednesday

3:00pmWednesday

Mixin it up is an eclectic mix of all genres and music. From new releases to touring artists currently making the rounds of Australia, tuning in to Mixin' It Up will expand your listening palate as well as give you the classics you know and love. There's always something fresh to discover between 3pm and 5pm on Wednesday so tune in, you won't regret it.

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Community Radio Network

5:00pmWednesday

5:00pmWednesday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Persian Shabahang

6:00pmWednesday

6:00pmWednesday

GIS is a non-profit, volunteer-based organisation with no political or religious affiliations, aiming to serve the Iranian community. Therefore our main program is focused on: • Art news from Iran, Australia and all around the world • How to stay healthy and what to eat and drink • sports news from Iran and Australia and around the world. • Information about life in Australia for new arrivals, like How to rent a house, how to get your driver's licence, where is the best to get your groceries, what services one can get from Medicare, regulations and your right, etc. • Music is Traditional and Modern Persian music. • I, now and then read a poem from our famous poets like Rumi, Hafiz, Sadi, etc

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Macedonian

7:00pmWednesday

7:00pmWednesday

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Die Strandloper

8:00pmWednesday

8:00pmWednesday

Die Strandloper Ethnic Afrikaans Program broadcasting on 94.7fm The Pulse from Geelong Australia. Die Strandloper is jam packed with Afrikaans Music, Interesting Facts, Calendar Events and Interviews with the hot and happening of South African Artists. We support community events locally and abroad. We love interacting with our listeners nationally and internationally while live on air via social media. Follow our links and join in the fun. Facebook https://www.facebook.com/947strandloper/ Internet www.947thepulse.com Tunein App on your smart phone http://tun.in/seUCT Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-199567790 Whatsapp number (+61) 0484 555 667 live interaction while on air for chat and request

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The Record Doctor

10:00pmWednesday

10:00pmWednesday

The Record Doctor focuses on great pop and dance music that perhaps commercial radio has forgotten. The Record Doctor is nominated in the 2019 Australian LGBTQI Awards under the Media Professional Category.

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Mitchell’s Front Page

9:00amTuesday (temp)

9:00amTuesday (temp)

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.  

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Pulse Playlist

11:00amTuesday (temp)

11:00amTuesday (temp)

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I Believe in Music

12:00pmTuesday (temp)

12:00pmTuesday (temp)

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Pulse Playlist

5:00pmTuesday (temp)

5:00pmTuesday (temp)

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Steeleworks FM

4:00pmTuesday (temp)

4:00pmTuesday (temp)

David’s interest in radio first commenced at age twelve when he ran a cable from his home in Eaglehawk Bendigo to his school mate’s home about a mile away to exchange music & talk. At secondary school, he ran a school based radio called 3WH at the annual school fete, played his top 20 records, charged 0.20 cents a song request to raise funds for the school. David moved to Bacchus Marsh & joined Melton Community Radio in 1984 where he hosted a weekly Saturday afternoon modern music program. He then set up a Community Radio in Bacchus Marsh. The first test broadcast was held in October 1986 & in 2001 a full licence was granted to 3APL on frequency 98.5FM. The station today is known as 98.5 Apple FM. In 2013 David moved to Torquay to live & became involved in Geelong’s Community Radio 94.7 the Pulse. He currently hosts a weekly Sunday afternoon music program from 4 to 6pm called “Steeleworksfm” featuring music from 60’s, 70’s, 80’s & 90’s.

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Community Radio Network

12:00amThursday

12:00amThursday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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7:00amThursday

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Scanlan’s Front Page

9:00amThursday

9:00amThursday

Scanlan’s front page covers news that is news! Covering local,national and international news. We cover politics, local council affairs, sport and have regular guests on numerous topics. I try to inject some humour into the show assisted by my dear friend Robert who is my sidekick! We play a range of new music and Quality older music. The easy lisinting!

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11:00amThursday

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Simon’s Music

1:00pmThursday

1:00pmThursday

Simon's Music | Hosted by Simon & Lindy | 94.7 The Pulse

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Richo’s Radio Show

2:00pmThursday

2:00pmThursday

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Voices of Interfaith

3:00pmThursday

3:00pmThursday

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Musik Cube

4:00pmThursday

4:00pmThursday

"The Musik Cube" began in 2010 in the 2-4pm timeslot on a Thursday, followed by the very popular drive program with the great "Tiny G". Soon after the 4-6pm time became available and we have been ensconced there ever since. The show has a couple of aims. First of all, the main goal is to provide entertaining radio to as wide an audience as possible. The second is to provide a platform for local artists, particularly those at the beginning of their career, and figures to promote their wares where otherwise they would not be able to on the radio platform. We have had countless artists and local figures join us both live and on the phone throughout our journey and every single one of them has had an interesting tale to tell and has kept us captivated. We have always understood that 94.7 The Pulse is the heartbeat of the community and provides a voice for the otherwise voiceless in the Geelong and district region. Our show is based around music and this provides the template for us to both entertain and give a voice to the otherwise voiceless. We get continued great pleasure over seeing artists and people who join us go on and progress. We have had some terrific guests over the journey thus far - including established artists and renowned figures such as James Reyne, Diesel, Tim Henwood, Tania Doko, Dave Pace from "Painters & Dockers", Imogen Brough and motor neurone disease legend and Australian Rules football figure Neale Daniher. We have a basic formula for the show. It's two hours of (we think) great tunes that is broken up by a "2 Scoops" (two consecutive songs by the same artist) at about 4.30pm followed by our "4 Sides" (four consecutive songs by the same artist) at the top of the second hour at 5pm. We also do a featured INXS "song of the day" - generally by request - as INXS is a band coveted by the show and the show wouldn't exist without the INXS connection. It gives a lot of pleasure engaging with both the local and international community and the continued feedback we get on the show is very much welcomed. Also, the recognition we received from 94.7 The Pulse in 2012 when we won the award for "Excellence In Music Programming" at the station's annual awards was very humbling and something we treasure. We have in the past and continue to support great local community events and charities - including "Wheel 4 MND", "A Statue For Michael Hutchence", "Encompass Pumpkin Fair", "Geelong's Best Busker", "Geelong's Best Kids Busker" and "Geelong Music Community Collective". We also have become famous around town for photos taken against the green wall in the street out the front of the radio station and in front of the 94.7 The Pulse sign in the studio. Any musicians or other people that would like to get in touch with us about coming onto the show - please do so by contacting "Musik Cube" on Facebook or @TheMusikCube on Twitter or Instagram. We'd love to hear from you. "The Musik Cube" - the home of chartbusting smash hits and tunes from every angle!!!

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Last Night in Town

6:00pmThursday

6:00pmThursday

Last Night In Town is a jam packed hour featuring the best alt-country, Americana and singer-songwriter music from all around the globe. As an Americana musician myself I love being able to share the hard work of my peers, have guests into the studio to play live and chat about their upcoming shows, as well as introduce listeners to new and exciting artists each week.

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Indonesian

7:00pmThursday

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Croatian

8:00pmThursday

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Concert Hall

10:00pmThursday

10:00pmThursday

Twice a month, James Vernon presents a selection of classical music. On the second Thursday of each month, a selection of mostly instrumental works is presented, sometimes focusing on a particular composer, other times on a particular relevant theme. On the fourth Thursday of each month, a full work is selected from the world of opera. James has many musical passions, of which classical is only one. He aims to make the listening more interesting by researching the history of the work and presenting a concise introduction, enabling you to listen to the work in its historical context.

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Alex in The Morning

9:00amWednesday (temp)

9:00amWednesday (temp)

Alex in The Morning | Hosted by Alex | 94.7 The Pulse

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Pulse Playlist

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Northern Exposure

12:00pmWednesday (temp)

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Pulse Playlist

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Current show

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Rob Cameron’s Front Page

9:00amThursday (temp)

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Pulse Playlist

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Down Memory Lane

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Pulse Playlist

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Musik Cube

4:00pmThursday (temp)

4:00pmThursday (temp)

"The Musik Cube" began in 2010 in the 2-4pm timeslot on a Thursday, followed by the very popular drive program with the great "Tiny G". Soon after the 4-6pm time became available and we have been ensconced there ever since. The show has a couple of aims. First of all, the main goal is to provide entertaining radio to as wide an audience as possible. The second is to provide a platform for local artists, particularly those at the beginning of their career, and figures to promote their wares where otherwise they would not be able to on the radio platform. We have had countless artists and local figures join us both live and on the phone throughout our journey and every single one of them has had an interesting tale to tell and has kept us captivated. We have always understood that 94.7 The Pulse is the heartbeat of the community and provides a voice for the otherwise voiceless in the Geelong and district region. Our show is based around music and this provides the template for us to both entertain and give a voice to the otherwise voiceless. We get continued great pleasure over seeing artists and people who join us go on and progress. We have had some terrific guests over the journey thus far - including established artists and renowned figures such as James Reyne, Diesel, Tim Henwood, Tania Doko, Dave Pace from "Painters & Dockers", Imogen Brough and motor neurone disease legend and Australian Rules football figure Neale Daniher. We have a basic formula for the show. It's two hours of (we think) great tunes that is broken up by a "2 Scoops" (two consecutive songs by the same artist) at about 4.30pm followed by our "4 Sides" (four consecutive songs by the same artist) at the top of the second hour at 5pm. We also do a featured INXS "song of the day" - generally by request - as INXS is a band coveted by the show and the show wouldn't exist without the INXS connection. It gives a lot of pleasure engaging with both the local and international community and the continued feedback we get on the show is very much welcomed. Also, the recognition we received from 94.7 The Pulse in 2012 when we won the award for "Excellence In Music Programming" at the station's annual awards was very humbling and something we treasure. We have in the past and continue to support great local community events and charities - including "Wheel 4 MND", "A Statue For Michael Hutchence", "Encompass Pumpkin Fair", "Geelong's Best Busker", "Geelong's Best Kids Busker" and "Geelong Music Community Collective". We also have become famous around town for photos taken against the green wall in the street out the front of the radio station and in front of the 94.7 The Pulse sign in the studio. Any musicians or other people that would like to get in touch with us about coming onto the show - please do so by contacting "Musik Cube" on Facebook or @TheMusikCube on Twitter or Instagram. We'd love to hear from you. "The Musik Cube" - the home of chartbusting smash hits and tunes from every angle!!!

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Pulse Playlist

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Community Radio Network

10:00pmFriday

10:00pmFriday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Friday on My Mind

7:00amFriday

7:00amFriday

Friday on My Mind | Rob Cameron & Team | 94.7 The Pulse

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Scanlan’s Front Page

9:00amFriday

9:00amFriday

Scanlan’s front page covers news that is news! Covering local,national and international news. We cover politics, local council affairs, sport and have regular guests on numerous topics. I try to inject some humour into the show assisted by my dear friend Robert who is my sidekick! We play a range of new music and Quality older music. The easy lisinting!

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Fridays at Eleven

11:00amFriday

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Food for Thought

12:00pmFriday

12:00pmFriday

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Grounded

1:00pmFriday

1:00pmFriday

Two passionate and slightly dysfunctional individuals in charge of hosting a radio program dedicated to showcasing local musicians.

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Pandemonium

2:00pmFriday

2:00pmFriday

A bit of a chaotic show, covering interesting, recent music and general nerdy things. Just generally hanging out with you on a Sunday evening. Join me, Adam, and my rag tag team of friends having a great time. I barely repeat songs, because there’s so many great bands out there that need to be heard. From King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard to La Luz, Courtney Barnett and The Babe Rainbow. If you haven’t heard of one of those acts, tune in, you might just dig it. We love talking all things media; new TV shows, weird internet things, exciting board games, terrible movies, enrapturing performance pieces. Anything we can get our hands on. I think we have some of the best board and video game coverage in Victorian, nay, Australian radio. Not limited to just recent things, we just dig into what’s making us feel something and share it with the world. Also I think we're funny, but you know, ignore that because I might be biased

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Friday Drive

4:00pmFriday

4:00pmFriday

Douglas Aiton’s program. Doug is now 75 and formerly worked for The Age, the London Times, and ABC radio’s drive time. It’s loosely a current affairs program, co-hosted by Michelle Suiter, who also produces and panel operates. Six interviews in two hours, with most spots going to regulars---such as Jim Fidge, former mayor of Geelong; Ian McMahon, book review; Terry Lane, film review; Ian Cover, Coodabeen Champion (football); Bruce Guthrie, former Age editor and currently editor of New Daily; Colin Denovan, former ABC news reader; Keith Fagg, former mayor of Geelong. The program finishes with an opera aria.

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6:00pmFriday

Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones brings you the best of Rockabilly, Rock 'n' Roll, Blues, Funk, Pop and Soul!! Basically whatever is needed to get your party started! Michael 'Memphis' Williams dusts off the 45s, CDs, Cassettes and MP3s. And he's almost figured out how to make the 8-Track work! So quickly get up, to then quickly get down, with Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones! A twice weekly dig through Memphis's vast music collection, which is ever expanding thanks to his untreated addiction to digging through record crates, Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones is the most eclectic and electric show to hit the airwaves since Elvis left the building and video killed the radio star. Tune in to perhaps the only party in town where you will find James Brown, The Beatles and BB King spinning right next to Nick Cave, Motörhead and Eminem. A record player doesn't know which decade it is, and since Michael 'Memphis' Williams traded his calendar for more music, neither does he. You will hear the hits of the 50s right through to that catchy track that came out last week, right after that record that Jim Morrison recorded in the bathroom. So tune on in, and turn up those speakers until they rattle your bones, because 94.7 The Pulse is the only place where you will find Rattlin' Bones & Retro Tones!!!!

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The Mullet Show

8:00pmFriday

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Scanlan’s Front Page

9:00amFriday (temp)

9:00amFriday (temp)

Scanlan’s front page covers news that is news! Covering local,national and international news. We cover politics, local council affairs, sport and have regular guests on numerous topics. I try to inject some humour into the show assisted by my dear friend Robert who is my sidekick! We play a range of new music and Quality older music. The easy lisinting!

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Pulse Playlist

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Looking Forward, Looking Back

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Pulse Playlist

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Friday Drive

4:00pmFriday (temp)

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Douglas Aiton’s program. Doug is now 75 and formerly worked for The Age, the London Times, and ABC radio’s drive time. It’s loosely a current affairs program, co-hosted by Michelle Suiter, who also produces and panel operates. Six interviews in two hours, with most spots going to regulars---such as Jim Fidge, former mayor of Geelong; Ian McMahon, book review; Terry Lane, film review; Ian Cover, Coodabeen Champion (football); Bruce Guthrie, former Age editor and currently editor of New Daily; Colin Denovan, former ABC news reader; Keith Fagg, former mayor of Geelong. The program finishes with an opera aria.

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Pulse Playlist

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Community Radio Network

5:00amSaturday

5:00amSaturday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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Homespun Country

6:00amSaturday

6:00amSaturday

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The Fishing Show

8:00amSaturday

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#Giddyup

9:00amSaturday

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Dig It

10:00amSaturday

10:00amSaturday

DigIt showcases home gardening, food production, revegetation and related community Follow the seasons on DigIt, learn what to grow, how to raise chooks, plant trees, prune bonsai, and get healthy. initiatives from Geelong and surrounding regions. Join us to hear from our panel of regular hosts talking with regional experts, and community in our weekly 10am Saturday program. We bring you the news, gardening tips and events to restore and revegetate our environment, grow your own food, and access native and nutritious foods from local producers and makers. We support farmers markets, food swaps and conservation work with regional native flora and fauna. From food and farming events to permaculture, biodynamic, organic and indigenous practices, we support the lands of the Victorian volcanic plains and the Kulin nation. Get involved, or send in your questions to our expert panel.

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The Bicycle Show

11:00amSaturday

11:00amSaturday

Our program as the same suggests is a about cycling. We cover Cycling Tour Results worldwide as well as national and local cycling results, and obtain interviews from cyclists (professional or amateur, seniors or juniors), cycling event organizers and competitors, health specialists, bike specialists, in fact anyone who has information relevant to cycling. Weekly interviews keep our listeners informed and hopefully encourages them to participate in cycling whether it's a ride to the local shops, a group cafe/latte ride, a family ride or an organized tour etc. Our team attends events such as the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classics, Amy's Gran Fondo in Lorne and the Nationals in Ballarat etc Our interviews have also been from outside broadcasts and even live from the Tasmanian National Penny Farthing Championships held in Evendale. The youngest interviewee was a 6 year old girl along with her brothers of 9 and 11 who competed there in the junior penny farthing races. The Bicycle Show was initiated by Bethany Keats now in Qld. and continues today with Heather Howard, Maria Neyenhuis, Angelika Butler and regular guests.

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Turn Up Your Radio

12:00pmSaturday

12:00pmSaturday

Anyone can play classic hits, but we think that Turn Up is a bit different. Great music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s interspersed with information about the songs and the artists.

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Sportsfix

12:00pmSaturday

12:00pmSaturday

Sportsfix is a Saturday sport show which runs from 12.00-1.30pm in the football season and from 9.00-10.00am in the summer sport season. While we do cover the AFL news, the focus is mainly on local sport and local sports identities. Football and Netball are featured in the winter while cricket and other summer sport are covered in the warmer months. The show leads into a direct broadcast of the GDFL match of the day in the footy season and we do an extended coverage of that league to support the connection. Women’s Football is another major focus as the local Cats team prepares for entry into the AFLW in 2019 We have interviewed AFL identities like Leigh Matthews, John Birt, Steven Hocking and David Bolton, while the summer show has a detailed coverage of the Geelong Cricket Club and all local leagues. Rob Cameron anchors the show, while young journalist Josh Barnes, ex AFL player Sean Simpson, Community Radio identity Neil Butler and local athlete Paul Kininburgh also contribute during the footy season and Rob Malcolm assists with the cricket coverage in summer. We are very proud to support local sport and its characters.

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Lava Italiana

4:00pmSaturday

4:00pmSaturday

Join Lee O'Hara for an hour packed with Italian music and culture, celebrating all things Italy!

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For the Love of Elvis

5:00pmSaturday

5:00pmSaturday

For the Love of Elvis is a weekly program each Saturday evening for two hours between 5pm & 7pm.

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The Wild One

8:00pmSaturday

8:00pmSaturday

Classic Aussie Music with Mark O'Neill

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Raised on Rock

9:00pmSaturday

9:00pmSaturday

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Best of the Pulse

11:00pmSaturday

11:00pmSaturday

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Pulse Playlist

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Community Radio Network

12:00amSunday

12:00amSunday

Built on the community broadcasting sector's principles of democracy, independence and access, NRN has no commercial ties or political agenda, and often covers stories overlooked by commercial services. Bulletins are produced in Bathurst, NSW, by three full-time journalists, supported by cadets from Charles Sturt University. News is sourced from Reuters, BBC, Sky News, ABC and community radio sector. Bulletins are four minutes long and mix national and international news, sport and finance. There is a particular focus on the information needs of people in regional areas.

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6:00amSunday

SWEETHEARTS OF YESTERDAY is a two hour trip down memory lane. Music from a bye-gone era when music was properly written and orchestrated with no electronic or digital manipulation. The music ranges from the 1920s to the 1960s (with an occasional song outside these years depending on its suitability). Most of the songs are the original recordings of the era and many have the authentic scratches and surface noise you would expect to find on records that have been much loved and played over and over. In keeping with the fact that I’m an old “Fuddy Duddy”, the Sweethearts program has NO Social media links at all (It NEVER WILL ) and it is not available for podcasts. Unfortunately, as almost all of the artists on my playlists are no longer with us, I don’t have interviews with artists as I can’t talk to dead people (wish I could). Sweethearts is the only program that you’ll hear so many of them on. With over 3,000 songs on my playlist library and adding to them on a regular basis, I’m sure to have something that will bring back musical memories for you. Why not join me on our musical journey down memory lane each week every Sunday morning at 6.00 am I know you’ll enjoy it.

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Encore

8:00amSunday

8:00amSunday

The ENCORE program is 2 hours of classical music… on the lighter side. Favourites and sometimes rarities, famous artists and lots of Australian content. Selections tend to be no longer than about 12 mins - no room for whole operas of symphonies here. Often the program may have a theme… like “water” or “russian melodies”. Where possible, we seek interviews with visiting artists and local performers. Each of the 3 presenters has there own favourites and interests and all 3 get together every Christmas for a 3 in 1 Christmas show. It’s a lot of fun!

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Sunday at Saint Mary’s

10:00amSunday

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All That Jazz

11:00amSunday

11:00amSunday

Geelong FM radio station “94.7 The Pulse” broadcasts “All that Jazz” every second Sunday afternoon 11am-1pm AEST. Ian Coots and Ken Hirst (Lifestyle Geelong) produce the show live to air to local listeners and stream live to the world via https://www.947thepulse.com The programs are recorded, re-edited with the name “Hot, Sweet & Jazzy” and re-broadcast on the National Community Radio Network Australia by various stations at different times around the country. A further edit is broadcast on Melbourne FM station “Golden Days Radio” as a 1/2hr program on Mondays at noon AEST, so you can see each program gets multiple exposure nationally and internationally at various times. “All that Jazz” is the only program that aims to play music from ALL GENRES OF JAZZ. Ian and Ken have conducted many interviews with not only local Australian artists, but also International artists including Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk, Vince Giordano, Duke Robillard, Brian Lee and Scotty Morris from Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Requests welcome via email at: allthatjazzonradio@gmail.com Follow us on: “All That Jazz” Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/allthatjazzonradio/ “Keep listening ‘cause you never know what you might hear”

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Jazz on The Pulse

11:00amSunday

11:00amSunday

Jazz On The Pulse is a fortnightly music program that presents lively and interesting jazz, specialising in music performed by current musicians.

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Jazz Repeats

2:00pmSunday

2:00pmSunday

Jazz Repeats | 94.7 The Pulse

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Steeleworks FM

4:00pmSunday

4:00pmSunday

David’s interest in radio first commenced at age twelve when he ran a cable from his home in Eaglehawk Bendigo to his school mate’s home about a mile away to exchange music & talk. At secondary school, he ran a school based radio called 3WH at the annual school fete, played his top 20 records, charged 0.20 cents a song request to raise funds for the school. David moved to Bacchus Marsh & joined Melton Community Radio in 1984 where he hosted a weekly Saturday afternoon modern music program. He then set up a Community Radio in Bacchus Marsh. The first test broadcast was held in October 1986 & in 2001 a full licence was granted to 3APL on frequency 98.5FM. The station today is known as 98.5 Apple FM. In 2013 David moved to Torquay to live & became involved in Geelong’s Community Radio 94.7 the Pulse. He currently hosts a weekly Sunday afternoon music program from 4 to 6pm called “Steeleworksfm” featuring music from 60’s, 70’s, 80’s & 90’s.

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Chinese

6:00pmSunday

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South Sudanese

7:00pmSunday

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Concert Hall

8:00pmSunday

8:00pmSunday

Twice a month, James Vernon presents a selection of classical music. On the second Thursday of each month, a selection of mostly instrumental works is presented, sometimes focusing on a particular composer, other times on a particular relevant theme. On the fourth Thursday of each month, a full work is selected from the world of opera. James has many musical passions, of which classical is only one. He aims to make the listening more interesting by researching the history of the work and presenting a concise introduction, enabling you to listen to the work in its historical context.

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Blues Sunday

10:00pmSunday

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Jazz on The Pulse

9:00amSunday (temp)

9:00amSunday (temp)

Jazz On The Pulse is a fortnightly music program that presents lively and interesting jazz, specialising in music performed by current musicians.

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Sunday at Saint Mary’s

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Pulse Playlist

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