Friday Nights Will Never Be The Same! Biig BoyZ setting up Friday night and your weekend with a “Musical Gift from the Heavens”. From Hip Hop, Electronica and Old Skool…to Reggae, Rock and Alternative. Presented by Lil Dre, DJ Ponderous and your Mac Daddy “Busta Chais”. Keeping it real and sucka free!
Scattered Sounds is on air every Wednesday night from 6-8pm with John Unicomb bringing you an ever-varied musical experience each week. John plays original vinyl recordings from his truly extensive record collection. Some weeks he’ll present the music of Motown, other weeks he’ll bring in his Atlantic records collection and present two hours of R ‘n’ B. Another week, he’ll be playing Johann Sebastian Bach, or the Wind Instruments of India.
The Annex is a journey of musical madness and mayhem playing out every Wednesday evening from 10pm. Join your host Brian Giffin for two hours of metal, punk, rock and grind from around the corner and around the world. Every week we crack open the archives and dig out a classic from 50, 40, 30 and 20 years ago, find a Gone But Not Forgotten gem from the annals of Australian rock and metal history, highlight a cover song and a live track and our regular feature Closing Chapter shines the spotlight on the often-obscure final song on an album.
Good Morning Country [CRN]
The CBAA Community Radio Network presents Good Morning Country. From bush ballads to the latest country chart-toppers from Tamworth to Nashville, Good Morning Country with Kevin Walsh and others, will have you toe-tappin’ and boot-scootin’ before you’ve downed your first cuppa.
A Little Bit of Everything
Presented every Monday from 9am, Marlene Churn brings you a “A Little Bit Of Everything” til 11am. Marlene’s a connoisseur of Sydney music from the 80’s and 90’s and interweaves classic tunes from back in the day with topical content, like Carers in the Community, local events, and, well, A Little Bit of Everything for you to enjoy.
Drum & Bass
Brenz likes to play Hip Hop /Jazz / Funk in the first hour then get down to business at around 7pm with Drum & Bass which will be a mix of brand new tracks & old genres like Liquid / Tech Step / Jump Up / Darkside etc. Brenz ends the show with quirky tracks or comedy sketches to put a smile on the listeners’ faces 🙂
Time Tunnel & Drive
From 4 – 5pm on Thursday, highly experienced DJ Tony Eades presents the Time Tunnel with music, news, entertainment, and events from a particular year and it’s your job to guess the year before all is revealed at 5pm. Then from 5-6pm Tony plays fantastic music while he gives you all the traffic and train updates you’ll need to get yourself home on Drive.
The Breakfast Show
Join RBM every weekday morning live in our Katoomba studio from 7 – 9am and start your day with news, weather, and the latest transport information – along with music from the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. Monday with Marlene Churn, Tuesday with Ron Green, Wednesday with Patrick Leonard, Thursday with Murray Reid and Friday with Brad Diedrich.
Weekend Warm-Up, presented by British DJ Simon Bennett.. Got a particular party track that always gets you in the mood?. Text Simon with your requests, dedications, shout-outs on 0473 172 848. Simon’s choice cuts will have you on the dance floor with his Revival selection and a trip back in time in his Dance Music Time Machine.
View From The Stand
Steve presented The Soccer Show saturday nights on RBM from 1998 to 2008. Now after a 14 year hiatus he’s back with a Thursday night football and music show, covering the local game here in the Blue Mountains, the New South Wales National Premier League, the A – League Men’s and Women’s competition, as well as a look overseas to the English Premier League, the Champions League, Europa League and more. View From The Stand 8pm Thursday.
The Beatles Hour
Join RBM every Saturday morning from 8-9am for an hour of music by The Beatles. The fountain of all Beatles knowledge, Ron Green presents a Beatles show focusing on a particular album and demonstrates his incredible knowledge of the most beloved band in pop music history. From 1963’s Please Please Me to 1970’s Let It Be, Ron plays Beatles classics and other not so well known tracks as he takes you on a chronological journey through the Fab Fours entire catalogue.
The show features gardeners from the mountains sharing their secrets on how they are working with the often challenging climatic conditions, varying soils and different aspects to build healthy, attractive abundant gardens in the Blue Mountains. These locals and other experts will discuss how they are creating healthy soils, contributing to food sovereignty, supporting local economies and building resilience and well-being in communities.
The Blackheath Show
Blackheath is a small, vibrant, artistic village in the upper regions of the Blue Mountains with tremendous community spirit and camaraderie during the cold winter months. Keep up to date and learn what’s on in town and around the region with your hosts -notorious Blackheath residents – Murray Reid and Ken Bromilow.
The Men’s Mental Health Show
A weekly look at mental health issues for men living in the Blue Mountains. The show covers a large array of topics including open discussions on Mental Health, guest speakers who live with conditions such as Bipolar, Autism, Anxiety and PTSD as well as chats with experts in the field of Men’s Mental Health with host Brad Spillane.
The Eclectic Music Show
2pm on a Tuesday and regular listeners know when they hear Patrick’s gentle lilting accent on the airwaves they’re in for something good. Patrick Leonard, who hails from Ireland is full of surprises. One minute Patrick’s playing world music, the next, he’s featuring poetry, or comedy, classical, folk, jazz, bluegrass, big brass band or country music – that’s why it’s called the Eclectic Music Show.
The Theme Machine
Every week Paul Young picks a unique theme to showcase a wide array of musical acts in pursuit of a different theme, ranging from glam rock, psychedelia, synth-pop, ska, Motown, the music of each Aussie state, musos from countries and cities around the world, and the work of some of the top songwriters over the last 60 years.
Blast From The Past, Back To The Future
Please tune into ‘Blast from the Past, Back to the Future’ on Radio Blue Mountains 89.1 on Wednesdays from 2.00 pm till 4.00 pm. You can also stream live from Radio Blue Mountains website. This week Josh and Jen will feature music from the past 40 years. Get up and boogie.