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Saturdays, 12 Noon with Scottie & Marie Norton
Host Scottie Norton has a wide variety of music from the 50’s through to today. These include rock and roll, pop, country old and new. The second song is always for the children.
Scott also likes to play Australian artists that are not well known in main stream music. Artist’s new to the game trying to make their mark.
Requests are welcome.
For a light hearted afternoon of laughter and music join Scottie and his offsider Marie as they entertain you with their off the cuff shots at one another and Scottie’s huge collection of music.
Listen to Evelyn Miles each Saturday for 3 hours of a pleasant mix of Country Music, from Old Time favourites to the Country Music of today.
Pure Country!! A feature of the show is regular programs dedicated entirely to Australian Artists ~ a favourite of many a patriotic Aussie!!
Evelyn welcomes requests! If she hasn't got it with her, rest assured she will get it for you for the next week.
'Roots, Rock & Blues'
Col Tritton. This programme is predominantly Rock and Blues based, interspersed with popular music from the 1960s to the present. It is an exploration of the Blues and its influence on so much of the music that we listen to. I strive to engage my audience through the presentation of artists and songs that evoke memories and past experiences. There is so much good music out there and only so many hours to present it.
Another feature of the program is a short presentation during the school terms, for students from Moruya Public School from about 12.10pm. These enthusiastic little people present their school’s news, story reading and other personal school activities and achievements.
‘Welcome to My World’
Sunday morning's at 9:00
Presenter Cherie Hall describes the show as ‘beautiful voices, loving words with music to touch the heart’. Cherie says that her show provides ‘a touch of inspiration which leaves a softness to help you through your day’.
'Country Kick Off'
Saturday Mornings at 6am,
eases you into the morning with the gentle, quiet touch of Old Favorite Country Classics from original and new Artists. Catch up on your Country News at around 7:15 and the Community Bulletin Board at 7:30. Keep listening in because at 7:45 Cherie will bring you the up to date information from Station Sponsor, The Tomakin Sports & Social Club. On the hour, every hour there is News, Sport & Weather. 8:10 is Interview time and at 8:30 Local Sports News. Where is the music you ask? Cherie also manages to slot in plenty of great Country Music and promotes new releases from both Independent & Contracted Artists.
'Brand New Day'
John & Joy Griffin
Sunday's, 7am to 9am
On Sunday mornings from 7am to 9am John and Joy Griffin present "Brand New Day", a program of praise and worship to encourage a faith for today, a zest for life and hope for the future.
Contemporary and traditional Christian worship music is drawn from a mix of pop, rock, folk, jazz, country and classical styles.
Each week the music reflects themes from the Australian church calendar. Programs feature individual artists and singer/songwriters and include songs and stories for children in "Kids Arena" at around 8.25am.
" Sing to God a brand New song, sing his praises all over the world" (Message Bible)
Sunday's at 6 PM
Cris McPaul brings you a great mix of Contemporary Christian Music from groups, churches ,and individual singer / songwriters around Australia and across the globe. Music is interspersed with lifestyle information from Focus on the Family, devotionals and other news surrounding Christian events worldwide.
A Christian community bulletin announcement section is heard each week to keep you up to date with the latest events in the local Christian community, and to finish off with each week we cross to the Salvation Army’s Light ‘n Life program.
Wednesday from 10 am
Solid Sounds - Great listening for all ages.
Cris McPaul brings you the greatest mix of indigenous music covering rock, pop, blues and other genres from artists all over Australia. Together with upcoming events, news broadcasts and press releases, that relate specifically to the indigenous community as well as all the latest news across Eurobodalla. Tune in and be amazed at the depth of talent from artists such as Troy Cassar-Daley, Jessica Mauboy, Busby Marou, Microwave Jenny, Pilgrim Brothers, Archie Roach, Jimmy Little, and others too numerous to mention.
'Sweet sounds from around the world'
Tuesdays from Noon
World Music/ Folk
Host Margaret Perger’s recipe is Folk Music, World Music & Australian Folk Music, with a dash of Easy Listening. She also includes a sprinkling of news about upcoming local Folk and other music festivals.
Margaret’s programme often has an environmental and humanitarian leaning.
'This n That'
Tuesday's at 2 till 5pm
Host Peter Edmonds presents an eclectic mix of Rock ’n’ Roll, Pop, Blues, Country and Jazz from the mid 50's through to today.
Peter will also interest you with factoids and stories to take you back in time.
Australian and New Zealand artists always feature prominently throughout the program.
Pete also takes requests for his "You Say/ I Play " segments, so phone the station on 4474 3443 and leave your request.
You can also lodge your requests by emailing Pete at firstname.lastname@example.org
'That Music Show'
Monday from 4pm
"From 4 through 7 each Monday afternoon, Bob James presents three hours of Roots style music (with the occasional detour), from 1955 to the present. 60 years to choose from - Elvis and The Everly’s up till Bonamassa and Bingham, laidback Roots music with an Outlaw Country slant. The middle hour exclusively features Australian music.
‘Wednesday's at 12:00 Noon
Barry Coles sees "Timeless Classics" as that special programme for lovers of classical music. He will try not to play music that is stuffy or serious, but does try to play the more popular music that is suitable for a broader audience. He plays both instrumental and vocals.
'Mojo's & Jelly Rolls'
Wednesdays at 7 AM - 10AM
Aussie Rock & Blues
Host Tony Jaggers tonyjaggers.com presents three hours of Australian Blues and Rock & Pop Music.....Featuring the latest releases from our best artists
Tony is an accomplished singer songwriter and musician in his own right and is a well known name in the Festival and Club scene in the Eurobodalla Shire and beyond. To see whats played check out the current and past playlists at
'Good Morning Variety'
Tuesday's at 7:00am
A light, bright programme, packed with community information, interviews and a variety of music from the 60s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and today. Music ranges from Rock ‘n’ Roll, Blues, Easy Listening, Reggae to mid-range Country Music, with a strong flavour of Australian talent in the mix.
Host Kathy Shields believes that ‘laughter is the best medicine’, so the programme includes regular doses of ‘happy pills’.
Kathy also hosts ‘Breakfast with the Girl’
every second Friday at 7:00AM til 10:00AM.
Kathy’s breakfast music is Country, from the classic oldies to today and new releases from Independent artists, world-wide.
Thursdays at 7pm
Pop, Rock , Rock N’ Roll, Country, and Easy Listening with a touch of Blues. Your host Steve Shields plays a range of classics from the 50’s through to today. Music that will trigger that special memory of a particular time in your life and take you on a journey back to the “good times”
'Breakfast With Maggie'
Get your working week off to a great start. Maggie Nadal plays a wonderful selection of music from the late 5o's to the current day including pop, rock, jazz and some country, with local news and information thrown into the mix. Tune in to feel energised and ready to face the week ahead!
'Old Hat Jazz'
Wednesday's at 2 to 4pm
" How do you like your Jazz? Well, whatever your style you are bound to hear it on Tony Groube's "Old Hat Jazz" program. From the Big Bands of Swing; to Ella and Louis; to Cleo and Django; Brubeck and Herman; to Aussie icons Graeme Bell and Ray Price and Burrows and Golla; and plenty of foot-tapping Dixieland. This is just an idea of what you'll hear on Old Hat Jazz."
"Somewhere Between Rhyme & Reason"
Saturdays from 5 to 7pm.
with Tory Parker
Tory is a local poet who presents a very entertaining program for one hour each Saturday. As well as her own splendid poetry she features other well known and not so well known Australian poets and their works.
To compliment her show, Tory plays some really fabulous and familiar music in between the poetry. Listen in to this very interesting and entertaining program. You are sure to enjoy what you hear!
'The Guru Time'
Tuesdays from 8pm to 11pm
with Nick Schirmer
"If you love your music a little edgier than mainstream fare, then tune into The Guru Time on Tuesday evenings.
A rich blend of Rock, Folk, Punk, Ska, Rap, Acoustic, Metal, Electronica, Hardcore and Ambient........ Old & New!
Something for all. The sort of Radio that you don't get on Radio except on The Guru Time!
'Tim's Spare Room'
Tuesdays 5pm to 8pm
Tim's SpareRoom presents a fun filled and informative show.
Each Tuesday between 5pm and 8pm you will hear music, news, interviews and live performances.
Lots of rare vintage vinyl makes the SpareRoom the place to hear things you probably haven't heard before. Always fun and informative covering music from Bluegrass to Ska and everything in between. Hope you get to tune in.
'Cool for Cats'
Fridays from 1pm till 4pm
Martin mashes up just about anything from the last 100 years or so of recorded music, reflecting on the artists, the writer and the characters who took it to the stage.
You'll not only hear discs that stir your soul, that bring back a person, place or time, but also the gems that you've never heard before.
So brace yourself for the switch and tune in to Martin - he loves to turn you on.
'Spinnin with Sandie' Tuesdays at 10:00am
Presenter Sandie Bye says that the recipe for her programme is as follows;
‘Take some bright and bubbly music. Add some Easy Listening ballads. Mix with some Blues and Jazz. Add a little bit of Country.’
Sandie invites you to go back with her to ‘the baby-boomer comfort days of the 50s and 60’s, and then forward right through to the ‘noughties’. Join in the fun of the Competitions run during this energetic programme.
Sandie also presents ‘Breakfast with the Girl’
from 7:00am on alternate Fridays.
When presenting "Brekkie With The Girl" Sandie's intention is to give you a front row seat, as if you are again, at your favourite cabaret show or concert! Reliving memories together or discovering new ones is always a pleasure. Sandie says it is her intention too, to complement Kathy, her alternate week "Radio Buddy" with their different types of music. Sandie wants to begin and brighten your day in a wonderful way.
The Left Over Show
with Ian Traynor
Wednesdays 7 to 10pm..
If you enjoy listening to music that rarely gets played, then tune into the "Left Over Show" each Wednesday from 8pm to 11pm.
Obscure tunes from not so obscure Artists.
Eurobodalla Footy Show
hosted by Pete Diskon & IanTraynor
Thursdays 4 to 8pm
updates and news on our local AFL at 5pm & at 6pm Rugby League......
Mondays 7 to 10pm.
Tony grew up listening to a variety of music, from Neil Diamond to Hard core Punk Rock. He is a lover of all music and wants to share his passion for music with the listeners.
Tony likes to play new music found on his travels, also stuff you don't hear on the radio everyday .
He is also interested in featuring local bands on his shows so if that's you, why not give him a call on 4474 3443, 7:00 till 10pm Monday nights!
Come and unwind in Lovebone's Lounge!
Wake Up with Mal
Thursdays 7am till 10am
with Mal Smith
Mal plays songs from the 60's to the 90's with a mainstream focus and likes to link songs with a "Punny Segue".
Each week the show also includes an album track from a band or singer. Be sure to listen in and to be thoroughly entertained with three hours of enjoyable music and interaction from Mal.
Trip The Light Fantastic
Neil McIntosh (Mac)
Wednesdays 4 to 7pm,
"Trip The Light Fantastic" is a show with an eclectic mix of Jazz, Folk, Rock and Blues, with a little bit of Country thrown in for good measure.
You might hear songs you are familiar with, sung by artists you did not expect, but it will always be interesting (and sometimes different).
Neil will often try to link songs together with facts and trivia to make the show an enjoyable experience for you, the listener. "
The Eurobodalla Show
Monday from 1pm till 4pm
Disko presents "The Eurobodalla Show". He talks to locals making the news in the shire and locals involved in events in the shire. Disko plays the biggest Easy Listening hits from the 60's to today and some great classic country.
Join South Coast radio legend Disko for his weekly informative live and local magazine program, "The Eurobodalla Show". If you have an event coming up send the details and Disko will arrange to talk to you. Monday arvo between 1pm and 4pm.
Eurobodalla Footy Show
hosted by Pete Diskon & IanTraynor
Thursdays 4 to 8pm
updates and news on our local AFL at 5pm & at 6pm Rugby League......
John & Shirl Hayes-Cornish
Shirl and John produce an interesting CD of short segments on words, the origin of and anything interesting in regard to the 'word'. Kathy, Robyn & Cherie, Presenters at 2EAR FM feature these stories during their programs. In addition, John & Shirl's Word Stories are featured on Rod Thomas' "Good Morning Country" program on the Community Radio Network (CRN) each Tuesday at around 6.55am and can also be heard on Fridays between 9am and 11am on Shoalhaven Community Radio, Triple U with Brian Warren.
“Moontaxi Radio with Maxi”
Thursdays, 10 till 1PM
My name is Maxi HAZEL. My music tastes are as wide as the night sky so expect me to air many and varied styles. Much of it will be very familiar and other choices I make will be a new listening experience for some.
Music has the ability to reach deep into your inner being and or embrace your emotions. It can make you laugh, sing, dance, cry and give you a sense of nostalgia like nothing else can.
Call me old fashion but I prefer my music to be played by real musicians on real instruments not just computer generated tunes though some deserve merit for sure.
The world and all its troubles can do without you for a couple of hours so let your imagination run free and jump in the Moontaxi with Maxi.
with Maddy Hall
Music wise, you hear a great deal between the 1920s & the 1970s, well how about breaking out with Maddy- Entertaining you on 2EAR FM . She looks forward to your company as she takes you on a musical journey from the 1980s to the 2016s!
Maddy's taking a break for a while and we hope she'll be back soon.