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New Koori Radio programs

6 March 2016

We’ve got several new programs hitting the airwaves this March.

On Monday’s between 1pm and 3pm you can now tune in to the ‘Deadlee Gap‘ program for health, education and arts interviews and discussion.

For all the hip hop heads, DJ Miss Hennessy hosts the ‘Blueprint Hip Hop Show‘ Saturdays 6pm to 8pm. Miss Hennessy has been writing and blogging about urban music for 18 years and will be playing tunes as well as keeping us informed on all the latest hip hop news from across the globe.

On Fridays at 2pm Russell Weston hosts ‘Deadly Communities’, an hour long program with a focus on local community news and events.

Also, we’re picking up ‘Talk Black with Trendy Trev’ each weekday from 12pm and 1pm and ‘Black Law – Tribal Edition’ each Wednesday from 2pm to 3pm via The National Indigenous Radio Service.

Looking to present a show on Koori Radio 93.7FM? Be quick, time-slots are filling up quickly and at the moment we only have Mondays 8pm-10pm and Sundays 2pm-4pm free. Email info@gadigal.org.au for more information.

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