Schedule Changes for May

Susan Burton, Rod Wellard, Robin Blackman and Jill Boyce
  • UPDATE – We say thanks and farewell to Tom Beauchamp for his Time Traveller . José Meyer’s country-flavoured My Kinda Music will now get a replay on Monday nights 8:00-10:00pm.
  • 3BBR has adopted a weekly schedule, with The Bewitching Hour,  and Jazz Just For You  now heard every week.
  • The Bewitching Hour  is Susan Burton‘s eclectic musical journey of discovery and reminiscence to feed mind, body and soul, heard every Monday from Midday until 1:00pm.
  • Jazz Just For You  is produced by Rod Wellard, Robin Blackman & Jill Boyce, with great traditional jazz and swing, featuring the work of many of the finest local, Australian and international musicians.  From May 11, tune in weekly 7:00pm – 8:00pm, as part of a feast of jazz music every Thursday night on 3BBR.
  • Our new Thursday evening line-up displaces Blues, Roots & Boots  from the Community Radio Network .  This moves to Saturday morning after the 6:00am news, replacing Three Chords and the Truth.
  • Bluesbeat  has wound up, so we’re moving Beale St. Caravan to Sunday night at 11:00pm.
  • On Friday night at 10:00pm we have a new program from the Community Radio Network . Sista Selecta presents Roots’n’Reggae,  with a variety of reggae music styles from Australia and around the world – including foundation tracks to electronic dub, plus everything in between.  For over 10 years, Sista Selecta has served up a weekly feast of roots and rasta riddims to make you move, think, feel good and irie too.

As always, keep an eye on our schedule calendar for full details.

If you’d like to give us any feedback about our programming, please contact us via email and share your thoughts.

In case you missed the changes for April…

  • Both Gippsland Live (Wed 8.00pm) and Richard Rejmer‘s Smooth, Cool, Rare & Spicy (Wed 9.00pm-11.00pm) will now be heard weekly, with Gippsland Live  featuring recordings from the entire 2023 Boolarra Folk Festival throughout April, May and beyond.
  • On 3rd April Greg King begins a new contemporary music show from 3.00pm-6.00pm every Monday afternoon. With a passion for most music styles, The Millennium Drive offers popular music released since the year 2000. It could be a legendary act that has released new material, or new and emerging artists who have commenced their careers in that timeframe. Whatever the case, Greg guarantees at least 50 per cent of his hand-picked music content will concentrate on Australian talent.
  • Clinkas’ Brand New Key, highlighting new music from emerging Australian artists will get a second broadcast on Wednesday afternoons at 5.00pm.
  • Some Community Radio Network  programs will have new time slots, but we think that giving more airtime to programs made locally is well worth it.
    • 100% Home Grown  moves to Wed 7.00pm.
    • The Breeze  moves to Thurs 8.00pm.
    • Aussie Music is Bloody Great  moves to Tues 10.00am.
    • 45RPM  can still be heard on Saturday afternoons at 1.00pm.
    • Global Village  replaces The Chill  Mon 10.00pm.