Welcome to Southern FM!

Southern FM is home to one of the most diverse range of programming on radio. We have music shows in a wide array of genres, including Jazz, Soul, Rock, Pop, RnB, Dance and Country, as well as regular live music spots. We also have shows that discuss topics ranging from health, parenting, community news and local sport. We also support Ethnic communities with programming in languages other than English including Samoan, Fijian, Indian, Croatian, Russian, Greek and Spanish. Check out our Program Guide to find a show that may interest you.

BUNCHA COUNTS LIVE SUNDAY SESSION PODCAST

Count Hank, Count Pedro and Count Leroy had a blast yesterday at 88.3 Southern FM last Sunday, playin’ tunes, talking musical journeys, psychoanalysis and the theft of so many of their original tunes…Twas a Buncha Fun. Take a listen here as they reclaim their original tracks such as Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Short Memory, Wonderwall, Creep and

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SECA PANEL PODCAST # 6 2018/2019

The SECA Panel podcast for the conclusion of round 3 is here for your listening pleasure.  

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What’s on ‘Built For Speed’ Friday 16th November 2018

This week on ‘Built For Speed’ we take a look at two of the more provocative films currently in our cinemas: Mike Moore’s latest documentary ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ and Joel Edgerton’s drama ‘Boy Erased’.  There’ll be a feast of fine music with new Aussie releases, classic rock including tracks celebrating their 30th, 40th and 50th anniversaries and indie rock from across the

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Glen Eira’s new Mayor on 88.3 Southern FM – Podcast

Colin Tyrus and Mayor Jamie Hyams

The new Mayor of the City of Glen Eira, Councillor Jamie Hyams chats with Colin Tyrus on “A Newsman and his Music”. The program airs every Monday 10 AM to Midday on 88.3 Southern FM.

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“The Fallen Diggers of Goldstein 1915-1918” Podcast

A new book “The Fallen Diggers of Goldstein 1915-1918” has been released by Friends of Gallipoli Inc. to commemorate 100 years since Armistice Day on 11 November 1918.
The author Dr John Basarin speaks about the book in this interview from “A Newsman and his Music” on 88.3 Southern FM on Monday 12 November 2018.

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