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6:00am - 9:00am More Sunrise Early Drive Music

Every weekday on KCR 102.5fm the Sunrise program is aired from 6am till 9am. During this show, all different musical styles, genres, and eras are transmitted to listeners. The diversity of music in this show is synonymous with the diversity of music on Kalamunda Community Radio. Sunrise is a programme that gets you in a relaxed mood for the start of your working day.

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9:00am - 12:00pm More Anything Goes Easy Listening

From 9am every weekday on KCR. Anything Goes in terms of the music played to listeners. All musical genres and eras are explored in this segment, including classic hits and contemporary mainstream music. As the title suggests, the range of music play during Anything Goes is endless-any country, any era, any style.

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12:00pm - 3:00pm More High Noon Country Music

From 12 noon every Monday, KCR broadcast High Noon with Peter. High Noon is a comprehensive broadcast of the country genre, as it features music from the local industry, as well as international country music.

Peter K Presenter

Peter started on Kalamunda Community Radio (KCR 102.5FM) in 2002 after retiring and seeking new avenues of excitement in life. Peter was attracted to the station after a conversation at an RSL meeting invitation to have a look at the radio station.

Not initially thinking about presenting, it was only a week after joining that an artist gave Peter a CD for airplay. Peter was invited to play the CD on “High Noon” with Wayne B. He then co-presented on the program for about 5 years, when Wayne retired from air, then becoming the solo presenter of “High Noon”, Monday afternoons from midday for 3 hours.

Peter then spread his wings to introduce the program, 'Kennedy Country' to have an evening country music program. The night and time was chosen and now Wednesdays from 10pm onwards you can hear his dulcet tones. Peter promotes local and national artists on both his programs and is always on the lookout for fresh new talent to promote.

Spreading his many talents Peter also goes to air on Wednesday afternoons with 'Traffic Jam'. Peter deviates from his country music love, to play music from the 60's through to today with middle of the road music to get us all home from work with easy listening.

3:00pm - 6:00pm More Russell K Presenter

Russell grew up surrounded by music. It was as varied as life itself. This variety of music has influenced Russell and his programs presented on KCR 102.5FM reflect this.

Russell's involvement with KCR began upon his chance viewing of a flyer he noticed whilst he was providing transportation for his father. The flyer announced that the station was providing training to enable the general public to become “on air” presenters on the new community radio station of 6KCR that has grown into today's KCR 102.5fm.

In 2003 “Russell's Juke Box” was born with the fledgling presenter at the microphone. It was scheduled as the Wednesday night program and Russell's presenting career was born. Thoroughly enjoying this new life he went on to produce and present 'Traffic Jam' on Monday's from 3-6pm.

Today Russell's early musical influences can be heard in the programs 'Wicked Sounds' on alternate Sunday's from 8pm - Midnight  and 'Sunrise' on Thursday's from 6am-9am where he plays a selection of music that encompasses the 50's through to the present day.

Russell values all his regular listeners and especially enjoys receiving their feedback. He particularly likes to support local and independent artists.

6:00pm - 8:00pm More Aus Cafe Aus music
Russell K Presenter

Russell grew up surrounded by music. It was as varied as life itself. This variety of music has influenced Russell and his programs presented on KCR 102.5FM reflect this.

Russell's involvement with KCR began upon his chance viewing of a flyer he noticed whilst he was providing transportation for his father. The flyer announced that the station was providing training to enable the general public to become “on air” presenters on the new community radio station of 6KCR that has grown into today's KCR 102.5fm.

In 2003 “Russell's Juke Box” was born with the fledgling presenter at the microphone. It was scheduled as the Wednesday night program and Russell's presenting career was born. Thoroughly enjoying this new life he went on to produce and present 'Traffic Jam' on Monday's from 3-6pm.

Today Russell's early musical influences can be heard in the programs 'Wicked Sounds' on alternate Sunday's from 8pm - Midnight  and 'Sunrise' on Thursday's from 6am-9am where he plays a selection of music that encompasses the 50's through to the present day.

Russell values all his regular listeners and especially enjoys receiving their feedback. He particularly likes to support local and independent artists.

8.00pm - 10.00pm More Loaded Classic Albums

The tracks get stacked and loaded every Monday night from 8.00pm for 2 hours of LIVE ENTERTAINMENT. Host Brad Noack counts down the Top 10 Singles of the week, then after 9 he shakes it up with a variety of theme's from Live Music to Artist Specials.

DJ Swannee Presenter

DJ Swannee came to KCR looking to resume his Radio Career after his wife Bronwyn gave birth to his beloved children Brady (6) and Briony (4).

After a number of years Radio Announcing and Sports Commentary, Brad brought his professional style of presenting to KCR and has never looked back.

"I thoroughly enjoy the raw energy that comes from Producing and Presenting a Live programme on Community Radio. You work harder to present the best quality of broadcasting because all the material used in the show is directly from us, instead of producers doing everything for you".

10:00pm - 2:00am More Great Music No Category
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2:00am - 6:00am More Great Music No Category
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