Youth Hour – Mother and Son – Southern Charm
Mark n Mark Show
A bloke who will never have much money but by being jolly he will try to spread a lot of good will.
Education: Can lift heavy things.
Worst decision ever made: Ticking a box “Can you help” on a radio survey (I was sorta thinking that the joint needed a coat of paint),
Major Achievement: Passing myself off as some sort of radio presenter.
Outlook: Every day above ground is a good day!
Chantelle Cary (AKA The Pixie)
Pixie’s Playlist – We Only Come Out After Dark
Born: Fremantle WA
Lives: Augusta, WA
Interest: art, travel, music, animals, people watching
I’ve got a fairly broad taste range, but rarely will I play r’n’b, hip hop or rap Never country. Maybe a folky undertone that could be slightly countryish.
Rainbows over the River
I attended school at Broomehill, Katanning and Albany followed by two years at Graylands Teachers’ College (which no longer exists).
In the early 60’s I was posted to Boyup Brook, followed by a year at East Fremantle, where most of my class of year one students were migrants, many non-English speaking.
In New Zealand, I married Chris and though in primary schools in the area in which we lived, Te Atatu, before sailing to Fremantle on the Akaroa in 1970.
Before our first son was born, I taught at East Perth and later with two small sons, I became involved in Playgroup movement. This continued on a voluntary basis for 10 years, culminating in paid employment by the Stirling Shire. As this was short lived, I set up my own business, “Fours Time”, for pre-schoolers turning four that year.
When the Education Department introduced four year olds in to the school system, I closed “Four Time” and soon after, Chris and I moved to Molloy Island.
Thirteen years, I spent at the Augusta Primary School as assistant and relief teacher, in early childhood.
Now retired, Chris and I spend time in Queensland with family each year and enjoy all other months here in Augusta.
Tune into Beth’s show on Tuesdays at 3pm for Rainbows over the River.
We sailed back to Perth in the MV Akaroa in June 1970.
WE have two sons who are both musicians. I love sport and played Rugby Union and Cricket for a good few years. Even though I’m a naturalised (neutralised??) Australian citizen. I still follow those World Champion All Blacks and the Black Caps and Women’s Netball team the Silver Ferns. I still love watching rugby and Cricket more so test cricket.
Beth and I lived in Perth for 25 years and in February 1997 had a house built on Molloy Island. After 19 years on the Island we still love it. Of course what a lovely region of the world to live in. I am enjoying playing my music collection for you out there and hope you all enjoy them.
Many moons, adventures, and children (4) followed and music played all the while to bring joy and sanity.
Now settled in Deepdene with family I work as a nurse-midwife at Margaret River Hospital.
Anita’s show is called Panvision and is on Sunday night between 8.00pm and 9.00pm.World music, etc.
My first introduction to radio was doing voice overs for a business I owned. I loved the experience so when we came to Augusta, I though it would be a great opportunity to get involved and indulge my passion for books movies and a chat and who better to be co-hosting with Wendy.
Catch us Wednesday mornings at ten for Talespin
Breakfast & Beyond
She and her husband, Geoff, raised their family of four children in Cowaramup and when they ‘flew the coop’, in 1988, the long term plan of retirement to Augusta eventuated.
Sue has a large and eclectic mix of music and the advent of 2oceansFM has given her the opportunity, and the pleasure, of sharing her collection via her programme – Breakfast & Beyond on Mondays at 8.00am.
“Are you sitting comfortably, then I’ll begin” …My earliest memory of listening to the radio is “Listen with Mother” on the BBC in the fifties.
Everyone has a story and I’m excited at this opportunity to bring you lots of stories from all walks of life, and different media, interspersed with some “girl talk” with my co-host Annie.
Join Annie and me every Wednesday morning – Tune in to “Talespin” at Ten!
Sesúin – Blues Interlude – Jazz Café
Born, raised and exiled from Dublin, Ireland, attended the University of Hard Knocks in various countries for many years, finally graduating in Perth Western Australia.
Always having an interest in community radio, his sister Regina is a volunteer at the community radio station PhoenixFm in Dublin, his nephew Steven is drive time announcer on 98FM, a commercial radio station in Dublin.
Russell presents Sesúin (Irish Music) on Tuesdays, Blues Interlude on Wednesdays both at 5pm and Jazz Café on Sundays at 2pm
Mother & Son – Top20
Her grandparents were also talented musicians and instrument makers. Her mother Shirley is president of the South Jazz Club in Adelaide.
Inheriting her passion for music and her love of free dance Gina will entertain listeners in all genre of music.
Scully – X
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