ANZAC Day, 25th April
This ANZAC Day be listening to 2NURFM for your chance to win a copy of The Digger's View, and hear Juan Mahony read some of the letters written by the troops involved in WWI.
Click here to see some images from The Digger's View and to find out where to go to join in ANZAC Day Events.
Sharky and The Caddman
Shorrock and Cadd are Australian Musical icons – both known for their incredible songwriting and performing talents. They first collaborated in 1969 when they formed Axiom and went on to have huge Australian hits including Arkansas Grass and A Little Ray Of Sunshine.
Keep listening to 2NURFM and play "Shorrock or Cadd" to win your tickets.
Belle Movie Preview
Join us for 2NURFM's Movie Preview of Belle,
Wednesday, 7 May 2014, Tower Cinemas Newcastle. To win your tickets to Belle, tell us your favourite thing about 2NURFM.
Belle is based on Dido Elizabeth Belle, the mixed–race daughter of a British Naval officer and an African woman. Dido meets John Davinier, a young lawyer and apprentice of Lord Mansfield (Dido's guardian), who sees John as being beneath Dido. Yet John and Dido's meeting is the beginning of a love story that catapults Dido onto a path of self-discovery, and forces Lord Mansfield, the Lord Chief Justice, to confront his own views on race, society and the antiquated laws of the time. (From Wikipedia.)
Wednesday 9.00pm - 10.00pm
Jane Klein and Phil Bates present a program of the best folk music from around the world.
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Ben McReady is a typical outback Australian - generous and with a contempt for authority. Hear this much-loved radio drama 5.15am and 3.20pm Monday to Friday, and the repeat on Sunday afternoon. Listen here to the previous episode.