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Julie says...A couple of suggestions for theme nights: Scottish and Irish music.
Peter Freeman says...Hi Samantha
The broadcast area is basically Parramatta, Holroyd and Baulkham Hills LGAs and being a community radio can't have too strong a signal, unfortunately. I can get it at home (Quakers Hill) but with some static, but still quite listenable. The station broadcasts via internet streaming which should be as Steely Dan says "No Static At All - FM"). Thanks for listening. I hope to polish up my skills on a future evening show. I'll have to write a script (cheat sheet) for the next show. I have a lot more folk artists CDs to choose from which will get a future airing if all goes well.
By the way, I love your flute playing. Do you know any Jethro Tull tunes?
Best wishes, Peter
allen davis says...Peter. I listened to almost all of the show and enjoyed it very much . I taped it but my antdeluvian machine did not do much of a job. I particularly liked the song about number 9 coal at Lithgow and your reference to Broderick Smith appearing at North by North West Folk Club ( not to mention your plugs for the Toongabbie Music Club) . All good stuff. Ross was very kind to have our members on this radio show.
Lonesome Billbo says...Hey
Great website - congratulationsto you and to to all involved - now how do I join up and get into the fun???
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