ON this week's Monday Breakfast Program we heard Zoe, Charlie and Tom from Scots All Saints College co-host the program with Tim Williams between 8am and 8.30am.
Meeting students from our region's schools each week has been fantastic, and a highlight of this station manager's week.
Seeing their enthusiasm, intelligence, and good humour has confirmed that the future is in good hands.
Next Monday, students from Oberon High School will be in the studio. They'll be reading the weather, playing some of their favourite songs and discuss what's going on at school and their interests outside school.
The topic of the week will be the water restrictions in Oberon, dam levels, and relative rainfall across Orange, Bathurst and Oberon over the past twelve months. Tune in for what is bound to be a very interesting discussion.
To see photos of the students who have been on air this year, head to the 2MCE Facebook page and check out the photo album.
NEXT week 2MCE is proud to announce two new programs produced and presented by young radio stars of the future.
First up is Oscar Nicholls with You Heard It Here First, broadcasting Mondays at 3pm.
Oscar has a great eye for hits, and he'll be trawling through new releases from Australian artists to find, review and play songs he's chosen and predicts might be big hits.
Oscar has experience in reviewing music and currently critiques entries in the Billboard Top 100. It's fantastic he's joined us here at 2MCE and will share his music expertise with 2MCE audiences.
Following Oscar will be Darcy Roberts presenting Rockin with Roberts at 4pm.
Darcy has a passion for local music, supporting local artists and playing Top 40 hits. Most weeks he'll have a young musician or band in the studio talking about their music and playing some songs.
Both Oscar and Darcy saw a gap in 2MCE programming and submitted a program proposal pitching their program. These were reviewed by the 2MCE programming sub-committee to ensure they met the conditions and policies of community broadcasting.
Can you see a gap in our programming? What would you like to hear on 2MCE? If you feel that there is a program missing on our schedule, have you thought about presenting it yourself?