2MCE’s Rhonda Hill has been busy putting up a gallery of photographs on the walls in the 2MCE office.
The photos span 40 years and feature the people who have been involved in 2MCE.
There’s black and white photos, colour photos and digital photos. You’re welcome to visit 2MCE and have a look on the walls to see if you recognise any of the faces.
Get lost in good music
FOR an eclectic mix of rockabilly, 70s rock, musicals, punk and big band music, tune into Free Association with Martin Hayes on Mondays from 8pm to 10pm.
Get lost in the sounds of Martin’s expertly curated mix of interesting music spanning several popular genres.
A taste of the Philippines
TUNE into the Philipiniana program on Tuesday nights from 6pm to 7pm for a range of interesting topics related to the Philippines.
You’ll hear music, news, issues and views with your host Nita Weekes.
Country twang on radio
IF you’re looking for the right mix of country music on your radio, then tune in for Cowboys and Outlaws with Wayne Hockings on Saturdays from 2pm to 4pm.
Wayne covers everything from rocking country to tearful ballads featuring some of the country music greats, like Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard.
It’s the golden age of rock
Do you like your music both rare and rocking?
Then you should join Alan Taylor for Jive after Five on Sundays from 5 – 6pm.
Alan plays a unique blend of Top 40 favourites, album tracks, B-sides and lost 45s all from the golden age of rock’n’roll.
If it rocks or rolls, you’ll hear it on Jive after Five.
Show will be a mixed bag
THIS Saturday afternoon on Retro Top 40, Tim Williams will present a mixed bag of four musical mini-themes.
First up you’ll hear music from piano players who also sing and Billy Joel will feature for this part of the program.
Then it’s songs that have a title starting with the word ‘Oh’, like Oh Boy by the Crickets.
In the second half of the program, Tim will focus on songs that featured pop stars in often uncredited guest roles and will play tracks like Hammerhead by James Reyne that featured Olivia Newton-John co-singing.
The afternoon will round out with half an hour of trains songs, where you’ll definitely hear My Baby Takes the Morning Train by Sheena Easton.
Tune in Saturday afternoon from 4pm to 6pm on Retro Top 40 with Tim Williams for a mixed bag of four musical mini-themes.