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This Week’s Must-Listen Shows on 89 7FM

‘The Wednesday Morning Show with Sue Myc and Producer Nina Henderson’ has been bringing you the best in the arts, new music, interesting interviews and community chat since 2003.  

This Wednesday we’ll be navigating the latest in the housing market with Station Sponsor Xceed Real Estate, grooving to Baeden Faint’s debut single Hometown Fantasy, and exploring community engagement with Emily Tomlins of Pram People at Joondalup Festival.  

Plus, don’t miss our chat with Anna Kanaris about the unique MANTANGURU – from the sand exhibition, featuring artists from the remote Pukatja community!

Get Ready to tune in to ‘One Step Beyond with Dave Elliott’. Bringing you the best in Ska and Two Tone. 

This week Dave will be featuring Australian Outfit ‘The Sunny Coast Rude Boys’. Dave have been given access to their library and will be playing their latest release and WA exclusive Simmer Down – their remake of the Wailers Classic.

All the usual segments will still be there to enjoy – The Stolen Track, It’s Been Covered, That’s Not SKA and the Kooky Track of the Week. So, join the original Liverpool born Monkey Boy as we take you on a SKA Skanking 2-hour journey of madness. One Step Beyond. 

‘The Travel Show with Rhonda Wilkie’ is on-air on the first Friday of each month, and this week we’re welcoming in March with a deep dive into the history of our very own Kalamunda. 

Jenny Lewis from Kalamunda Historic Village will be visiting 89 7FM to talk about Kalamunda’s rich history, only an hour’s drive up into the Perth Hills. The village, which has has an old school bus, old classroom, ironmongers shed and even an outdoor dunny, is an interesting delve into our yester years.

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