Football Commentary

The Trax FM football commentary from the Grand Final at Port Augusta is now available on this website. Just go to the football page and you will see 5 separate recordings. One for each quarter and one for the extra time. You can play / pause and move forward and backwards by dragging the line with your mouse. You can also step back 15 seconds with the circle on the left hand side next to the the play / pause arrow. We hope you will enjoy the recordings. They are copyright to Trax FM. If you would like to use the recordings anywhere just send an email to the secretary at traxfm.org.au to discuss this before proceeding.

Keep Up to Date

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

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.

Radio Reading

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

Changes to Programmes

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