Newcastle's leading Easy Listening radio, 2NURFM is the only locally owned radio station funded by local listeners and businesses.

2NURFM

2NURFM

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Without your love and ownership of this station, 2NURFM would be unable to provide the services we do - your easy listening favourites, much loved radio serials, local news services and so much more.

These few services alone cost $134,000 annually - one of the many reasons we depend on your ongoing support and generous donation.

Take the surveyPlease make your donation now by clicking on the big red button.

Please help us make 2NURFM the best possible station it can be. We value your feedback, and invite you to complete our Listener Survey

It is a pleasure broadcasting to you, and we hope to continue to do so for many years to come.


Entertainment Book

Entertainment Book

The 2013 Entertainment Book has expired, make sure you order your new entertainment book now so you don't miss out on saving money. You will also go in the draw for a $150 voucher to spend at  Absolute Thai, Charlestown.


Todd in studio

Who do you wake up with?

Wake up to Todd Sergeant on Breakfast with Australia's best radio news every half hour, the latest weather forecasts plus views, reviews and listener interaction - all that interspersed through 2NURFM's great easy listening music format. On air 5.30am - 9.00am.


Programs

Drive

Kev Kellaway

Drive home in the afternoons with
Kev Kellaway.
On air 4.00pm - 8.00pm.

Mornings

Mornings' presenter Dave Cochrane

Dave Cochrane talks to people making news in the Hunter.
On air 9.00am - 12.00pm.

Promotions


Restaurant of the Month

Charlestown Bowling ClubWe want you to dine out on us, and this month you could win lunch for two at Charlestown Bowling Club.

The icing on the cake (pardon the pun), is that Todd Sergeant from the Breakfast Show will be joining you.

You'll also have the chance to enjoy some delicious red and white wine from Cockfighter's Ghost Wines.

VoucherPrint off the voucher and take it to Charlestown Bowling Club for a special deal for 2NURFM listeners this month. Please take a look at the menu here.

Keep listening to 2NURFM for your chance to win.  You can even enter online. 

Click Here to Enter

Congratulations to last month's winners who had a ball dining out with with Todd Sergeant from the 2NURFM Crew at Noah's On The Beach.

Prize Terms and Conditions.

Todd's Birthday Box

Birthday balloons

Send us your birthday details, as well as your address, daytime phone number and if you've got an email address, send that too. At the end of the month, you could win Todd's Birthday Box which is always full of great goodies.

Send your details to us by:

email -  birthday@2nurfm.com
phone - 02 4921 6789 

Please make sure you provide your details by 3pm if your birthday falls on the following day, otherwise you'll miss out!

The prize for July

  • 2 nights accommodation for two to Pokolbin Village. With a 6 pack of wine on arrival, $80 to spend at Vittorios restaurant, and a late check out.
  • A dozen cupcakes from Cupcake EspressoPokolbin Village

Talking Travel

1.00pm - 1.30pm, Fridays

Sponsored by Travel on King.Jane Klein and Sally Lucas

Travel expert Sally Lucas has the latest travel news and information, the best airfares and hot deals.

Having entered the Travel industry in 1966, Sally is an experienced traveller, and her knowledge of destinations, how to get there, and how to travel wisely is invaluable.

Go by coach, plane or train - exotic destinations world-wide and at the back door.  It's all there when Travel on King talks travel.

Podcast link: http://www.newcastle.edu.au/Resources/2NUR/audio/talkingtravel.xml.


Listen Again

Cattleman

Cattleman

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 at 3.00pm. Listen here to the previous episode.


On This Day

On This Day

Dave Cochrane takes a look at
this day in history.

A-League

Andy Roberts

Andy Roberts shares his
A-League tips.


Community Broadcasting Safe For Now

Community radio and TV supporters from across the country launched a large scale campaign during the week leading up to the budget in an attempt to safeguard community broadcasting from funding cuts, following the Commission of Audit's recommendation that the funding be scrapped.

Community Broadcasting Association of Australia President Adrian Basso said the announcement is welcomed relief for the country's 360+ community stations, 22,000 volunteers and 5.2 million listeners.

Thanks to everyone who joined the campaign.

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