Kalamunda Community Radio 102.5fm

Kalamunda Community Radio

KCR is back on air with all your favourite presenters and favourite programs.

Thank you for your patience while we were setting up new studios.

Sad to say that Dennis(Light and Shade, Tuesday 6pm) is having a sabbatical, we wish him well in his time of leave and hope to hear him back on the airways of life soon

Some changes have also occurred, with the man of Tuesday Sunrise Ray Collins sleeping in and moving to Anything Goes at 9, Tuesday Mornings.

Edged In Blue with John Chopping will be off for about six months due to John being temporarily based in Sydney.

Fridays sees some big changes, with Macka taking over on Friday Afternoons with the Fab Four now at 4pm, with the long awaited and overdue return of Macradio, with that maestro of mayhem Macka back at the helm,at 6pm. Max's Time Capsule will follow in a slightly shortened version from 7.30pm.

The air waves would like to welcome back Monica and Monica's Magazine, Wednesday mornings from 10, and the return of the Fox, Norm Fox, Fridays Sunrise from 7.30.

For fans of the Young ones, Ella and Aliza, they need to take a break as they commence university studies. We hope they will be back.

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.

About KCR-FM

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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Lost and Found​

Following the Art Kids on the Hill from 2nd to 4th October a child's green hooded windcheater was found outside the KCR studio. The windcheater has a sporting theme emblazoned across the front. if you think this is your child's windcheater you may ring the station on 9293 0548. Leave a message if no one is in attendance.

And as always. Thanks for Listening.

Last Updated 3rd February 2016