To keep up to date with what is happening in these changing times on Trax FM check out our website frequently. Our Calendar is updated almost daily, and there are our News Tickers that wander across the screen near the top of the home page. Our Facebook page is also worth a check although items on our website are more permanent. Keep in touch with Trax FM
Radio Reading continues while the paper publication of the “Recorder” is in recess. Classified notices are still available through various sources online, media releases, newsletters, and other online resources are still available (including occasional articles in the online Recorder page) for us to use. The Adelaide Sunday Mail will also be read as many articles are of interest to local readers. Following Radio Reading we are broadcasting the “Vision Australia Hour” from the Community Radio Network.
There will be no Radio Reading broadcast on Sunday 19th April as the Recorder newspaper is not publishing this week (Thursday 16th April). Next publication date is Thursday 23rd April and hence our next Radio Reading broadcast will be Sunday 26th April (the day after Anzac Day) Trax FM staff
There will be some changes to the programming on Trax FM due to the current situation with the virus. Jan , Jimmy and Radio Filipino are taking a break from radio until the committee deems the situation has improved enough. In some cases there will be resheduling of other programmes into the gaps created by these absences. More to follow
Radio Filipino last night celebrated 25 years of broadcasting on Trax FM. Congratulations to all presenters past and present who have helped achieve this milestone.
Our new breakfast show is on air Monday to Friday at 8am. Test you memory, Hear some comedy. Text the studio. join in the fun.
Our Sunday morning programme “Robert Lawrie” has moved to Sunday evenings at 6.30pm.
As we begin a new year and a new decade, we have been busy working on some changes that will bring a fresh look to our station. Over the next few weeks we will be revealing the results of this work to our listeners. Happy New Year.
From everyone at Trax FM. We hope you enjoy your break and have a safe start to the new year as we start a new decade on air. There are some exciting changes in the wind at Trax FM in the new year. Don’t forget on Christmas Day we will have a rebroadcast of the Carols in the Park at 1pm. Throughout the rest of the day we have music for you to enjoy. Merry Christmas
All of the volunteer presenters and back room staff at Trax FM wish our listeners a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year. Our last outside broadcast will be next Sunday (15th Dec) when we bring you Carols in the Park from Memorial Park in Port Pirie. The main carols programme starts at 8pm but we may add in some of the schools performances that are on before this. Our Radio Reading programme will be broadcast at 6pm instead of the usual 7pm for this week only. It will be a great night.