Kalamunda Community Radio 102.5fm
Kalamunda Community Radio
Happy new financial year everyone. Let's hope it’s a good one with plenty to cheer.
Also we welcome back a blast from the past with the return of Karl Beyer and his Karl-Ida-scope, Tuesday evenings from 6. Also making a welcome return is Pat Gees Folk and Stuff, fortnightly from 6 on a Wednesday evening.
For the fans of the Time Capsule with Max, the sands through the hourglass have seen it shift to 6pm on Friday evenings, with all the same fun as Max takes you back to a time that once was.
Also fortnightly on a Wednesday afternoon sees our youngest announcer Kai with Kai's Collection from 4.
For the fans of 20th century classical music, then join Roger Sunday nights from 7 for 20th Century Classical Music.
For those who like the sounds of electronic music why not join our resident DJs Liberty and Freq D Tuesday nights from 10.
For those who want to know what is happiness our area (that includes Kalamunda, Belmont, Midland, Mundaring and more), don't forget to tune into Monica's Magazine, Wednesday mornings from 10 and Niceties with Nic, Friday afternoons from 12. 30.
And finally KCR 102.5 FM would like to send out our condolences to the family and friends of Eoin Cameron, the undisputed king of Perth’s airwaves, who sadly passed away recently. He will be sadly missed by all those who knew him personally or from being part of his on air family.
If you have been missing the blues while John Chopping and Larry are on sabbaticals then never fear, Ken Brooks is here. Thursday nights from 8, Blues and Beyond, following that effervescent Dave and that extraordinary road trip, the Carefree Highway.
We have a plethora of new announcers in training, so watch this space.
KCR FM is a community radio station located in the heart of Kalamunda, in the hills east of Perth, Western Australia. Managed and operated entirely by volunteers, it places freedom of speech and community participation at the forefront of its programming policy.
KCR FM services a listening audience in the areas of Belmont, Kalamunda, Midland and Mundaring.
KCR regretfully announces that the popular indigenous program Deadly Sounds can no longer be broadcast due to the Federal Government cancelling funding for the production of this program.
Kalamunda Community Radio is a member based volunteer run, non-profit, community radio station which broadcasts a diverse range of music from all eras, genres and countries. Musical genres presented on KCR-FM includes jazz, blues, country, western, hip hop, reggae, retro, classical, gospel, folk, techno, easy listening, indigenous, contemporary and classic rock. KCR-FM also broadcasts a diverse range of programs, presented by passionate and dedicated community volunteers. Read more »
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As always. Thanks for Listening.
Stephen Arrowsmith is taking a sabbatical. The station wishes Stephen well and looks forward to his return.
Last Updated 11th October 2016.