Here’s the playlist from last Wednesday’s show. Continue reading “Sam’s Alternatives: 8 March 2017 playlist”
This is the year in which we must prove to the Australian Communications and Media Authority that we are suitable to hold a broadcasting licence.
It’s a huge undertaking, and the Board needs everybody’s help to make sure that we are able to continue on air. Continue reading “Do you want to continue broadcasting on 3BBR FM?”
At Beyond The Valley back in December, we managed to grab a few minutes with Jarryd James. We talked about his hit ‘Do You Remember’ and, weirdly, about potato salad… Continue reading “Lachie&Will: Jarryd James at Beyond the Valley”
Want to know what’s coming up on 3BBR FM next month? You have come to the right place. Continue reading “March 2017 program guides now available”
Twelve days is fashionably late, yeah? Here’s our playlist from last fortnight’s show. Continue reading “The Mosh: 15 February 2017 playlist”
Les contributes a wide range of practical skills to the upkeep of the station, and liaises with the landlords of the premises, and the transmission tower site. When a difficult or unpleasant job has to be done, such as removing the corpses of possums and rodents, or running cables through the ceiling space, it’s he who steps up to do the job. He has been an active participant in all refurbishing projects, and the project to make the studios compliant with sustainability standards. Continue reading “Les Matkovich named Baw Baw Shire Citizen of the Year 2017”
The January 2017 edition of the 3BBR FM newsletter, Radio News, is now available. Continue reading “Radio News: January 2017”
Here’s the playlist from yesterday’s The Mosh. It’s especially useful because Will forgot to actually name the last track – Starless by King Crimson, which was played in memory of John Wetton. Continue reading “The Mosh: 1 February 2017 playlist”
3BBR’s new website is more than just a facelift. Our new online home gives our presenters and producers new ways to engage with their audiences. Continue reading “Volunteers, here’s what 3BBR’s new site means for you”
Chances are you’re a little confused right now. Don’t worry, you have come to the right place!
3BBR FM has launched its new website. This new site has been developed in-house to meet the requirements of the modern web. Our old website held up valiantly thanks to the efforts of its webmaster, but a platform change was required to allow the station to use some new features. Continue reading “Welcome to 3BBR FM’s new website!”