Hosted by The Professor with regular panelists Sean Callanan (alias the The Sports Geek), The Gelding, Nicole Chvastek, Nick Tedeschi & Daniel Eade and featuring the world’s oldest radio apprentice Stan, we present the best two hours of sports discussion you’ll hear anywhere in the world. Informative, forthright, opinionated it is truly the “Thinking Persons Sports show”. Regular segments include US Report with Dan Butterly, racing review, the “F” Word and Dalligan on League. If it’s considered a sport, we’ll cover it at some stage even if we do argue from time to time over the precise definition of ‘sport’.
The accredited and authorised Theatre Reviewer for Southern FM 88.3, Maartje has been broadcasting for over 18 years and reviewing theatre for 20 years. As an internationally reconised Criminologist and Mediator she has worked for several Governments and the United Nations. As the author of many research projects into criminology she has appeared before dozens of Parliamentary Committees and contributed to serious changes in Criminal and Family Law.At present she has just completed a work of fiction based on 29 years in the Family Court which will be published shortly.
Her love of the theatre stems back to childhood when at 6 years of age she was taken to a pantomime and the love of live theatre has remained to this day.
She wishes everyone happy times at live theatre and reviews them, both in print and on her show.
The Fatman presents Blues music that doesn’t give you the Blues.
I am a new presenter at 88.3 Southern FM and am looking forward to presenting Blues, Rockabilly, Roots, Soul and Ska music on a fortnightly basis.
I cover music from the early American Blues of the 20’s to the Chicago Blues of the 50’s to the fantastic British Blues of the sixties right thru to today’s contemporary Blues music.
I regularly play a strong mix of Australian and New Zealand Blues – anything from Billy Thorpe, Chain, Madderlake, Spectrum, Midge Marsden to Hey Gringo, Chris Wilson, Fiona Boyes, Collards, Green and Gravy, C.W Stoneking and Tex Perkins.
If you dig Louis Jordan, John Lee Hooker, Rory Gallagher, Peter Green, early Rolling Stones, John Mayall, Duke Robillard, Ronnie Earl, Little Charlie & The Nightcats, Charlie Musselwhite, Eric Lindell or any of the Australian musco’s listed above, then listen in every second Saturday nite from 8pm for two hours of great Blues related music – you won’t be disappointed.
Peter Kemp was born in Brighton and grew up in Hampton, and educated at Hampton State School and Hampton High School.
Peter has been a theatre writer and critic for 40 years; originally was a dancer then actor on stage, cabaret, film and TV and has been a presenter on Southern FM for 23 years. Also a freelance journalist and author and has written and published three books and has his own website at www.pktheatre.com which covers theatre across the world. Peter is currently the Arts Writer of Melbourne Observer and Public Relations Officer for the National Boer War Memorial Association (Vic).
I’ve been working at 88.3 Southern FM for about 11 years, after someone at Gold FM I was helping out suggested that ‘you should do something with your music knowledge’. I specialise in interviewing recording artists that I admire, mostly from the 60’s. These interviews were also broadcast nationally on the CBAA network for 4 years. Past interviewees include : Ringo Starr, Carly Simon, Phil Everly, Jeff Lynne, Sir George Martin, Neil Sedaka & Glenn Shorrock. I love being able to share my music & knowledge with people who enjoy hearing it!
Mark’s favourite artists include : The Beatles, The Doors, CCR, Ten Years After, The Guess Who, The Carpenters, The Hollies, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, The Doobie Brothers, E.L.O., Daddy Cool, The Masters Apprentices, Graham Bonnet, Carly Simon & many, many others.
Excerpts from Mark’s 70+ interviews can be seen & heard at www.mcopolov.com.
Mark works in the IT industry. The centre of his universe is his wife Rachel and two teenage children, Carly & Adam.
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