The best breakfast show in town, if you like comedy, great music and unpredictability. Have a laugh, join Bruce Potter and his side kick ( and we mean that literally) Monday Tuesday Wednesday 6 to 9AM You won't be disjointed... sorry you may be, but not disappointing.
Milestones in Music
Enjoy melodic jazz and comedy classics with host Graeme Lyndon. Wednesdays 2–4 pm.
It’s a day for all of us to show we care about beating cancer.
Why Daffodils? The Daffodil was chosen as a symbol of hope for all affected by cancer because of it’s reputation as a hardy annual flower, pushing it’s way through frozen earth after a long winter to herald the return of Spring, new life, vitality and growth. As one of the first flowers of spring, the daffodil symbolises rebirth and new beginnings. To Cancer Council, the Daffodil represents hope for a cancer free future.
Jane Arakawa talking with Jonathan O’Dea MP about Daffodil Day and the Cancer Council.
Jane Arakawa talking with Team Leader John Hepburn Lindfield Rotary and their role on Daffodil Day.
Paul Just coordinates interviews to studio with John from our camera team