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A quick note from Andrew Kilpatrick. Welcome to Australia’s one and only aircheck website it is great to once again bring you the best in classic Australian radio particularly after such a turbulent 2020. We eagerly await the myriad of brand new and returning breakfast shows across the country in 2021 some standout performers for […]
5.30am Monday July 8th, 96FM brought the inimitable Freddy Botica back to the Perth Airwaves with his partner in crime Lisa Shaw. If this sample is anything to go by these 2 will be championing the start of an exciting new era for Perths Iconic 1st Commercial FM.
Legendary media voiceover man Steve Britten was hit by a Jag whilst riding his Harley here is the audio explained by Doug must be circa late 80’s Brittos gets a shoutout on the hughely popular Doug Mulray 2MMM breakfast show with acast of 1000’s . Here Uncle Doug, gets the late Michael Hutchence to give […]
Recorded on an old stereo boombox back when some folks still had analog technology note the static in some parts. Alex Flack is also heard on the promo 3:01 for the then breakfast duo David and Tanya, Flack was EP now he is at Adelaide Triple M and Jacqui is at Triple M Sydney
Part 1 of some Historic Radio as Ian Mac Rae 2SM Sydneys breakfast host presents another brilliant program before he finishes an amazing 13 year run on 2SM Breakfast From High School days 1982 Killara High, the 8.05am Chalmers Coach on the corner and Macca and The Hon. Nick Jones giving us kiddies all the […]
One of the original critique aircheck tapes that were used by PD Bill Riner, you can hear Bill giving a credit to Phil Moroneys disco show in an ad further in 4:03, there’s a few other legendary voices as well Uploaded by Andrew Kilpatrick with thanks to Phil Moroney
Some audio brilliance from the talented Late Vic Davies and Mal Lees otherwise known in the 90’s as the popular Triple M later networked radio show Club Veg. Clip produced by Andrew Kilpatrick with thanks to Trevor Jackson for the audio.