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Yesterday Once More

Oct
15
2021

Show and Tell

50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, Nostalgia, Songs

Borrowing the name from a school room activity, this week’s theme of SHOW and TELL incorporates songs with show and tell ...

Oct
10
2021

Girt By Sea

50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, Nostalgia, Songs

In 1984 Australia voted 'Advance Australia Fair' to be our national anthem. This year (2021) some changes were made to ...

Oct
7
2021

Space

50s, 60s, 70s, Joy 94.9, Nostalgia, Songs

Given the space rocketing adventures of recent months we thought it timely to present some heavenly songs. This week’s theme ...

Sep
30
2021

Anti-War and Peace

60s, 70s, Nostalgia, Songs

Commemorating this year's 'International Day of Peace' today's program re-visits the era of the peace and anti-war movement of the ...

Sep
19
2021

The Name Game

50s, 60s, 70s, Nostalgia, Songs

Shirley Ellis’s song The Name Game is the backdrop for this week’s theme with songs portraying people’s names. The playlist includes Axioms’ Samantha, Beach ...

Sep
12
2021

Hope and Inspiration

50s, 60s, 70s, Nostalgia, Songs

HOPE AND INSPIRATION-- In order to uplift your spirits during this time of crisis this week we're cheering you up ...

Sep
1
2021

Pop Homonyms

50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, Nostalgia, Songs

Homonyms are words that are spelt the same but have different meanings (e.g lie/lie, stamp/stamp). Pop Homonyms are different songs ...

Aug
21
2021

Dance Styles

50s, 60s, 70s, Nostalgia, Songs

This week we try to brighten up the day by presenting an array of great dancing songs. The theme DANCE STYLES includes the ...

Aug
15
2021

I love a sunburnt country

60s, 70s, 80s, Nostalgia, Songs

I love a sunburnt country/A land of sweeping plains so goes the poem 'My Country' by Dorothea McKellar. It provides the ...

Aug
2
2021

Lost and Found

50s, 60s, 70s, Nostalgia, Songs

This week the theme of LOST and FOUND embraces songs that refer to being unable to find one's way, I just Don’t ...