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The prize for Todd's Birthday Box for October is super. Supercars that is. Thanks to Hunter Supercruise, you could be touring the Hunter Valley in a Lamborghini Gallardo or a McClaren 12C with morning or afternoon tea included. That's in Todd’s Birthday Box for October all thanks to Hunter Supercruise.
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Show us a picture of your dirty dog and tell us a time your pooch has been in desperate need of a pampering, for your chance to win a spa pamper at Dogoverboard (the most experienced groomers & canine carers in Newcastle).
Click here to submit your dirty dogs pictures.
Our Restaurant of the Month for October is at the Sunnyside Tavern. A 4 Star Hotel with boutique, stylish accommodation, but most popular for being a favourite family pub with scrummy menu.
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A podcast is a digital audio file made available on the internet via download to a computer or mobile device. Typically they are available as a series, and new instalments are dowloaded automatically.
Podcasts have been around since 2004 and in June 2005, Apple included technology in iTunes to manage podcast feeds.
2NURFM adopted the technology early, podcasting since May 2005.
On the program page for the shows that generate a podcast, you'll find a podcast feed, We also list them all on the podcasts page.
On Classic Folk, you'll hear the cream of the folk music crop including The Bushwackers, Billy Bragg, Steeleye Span, Jackson C Frank, Breabach, Altan, Planxty, Loudon Wainwright, June Tabor, Eric Bogle and many more.
Click here to visit the Classic Folk show page to hear the latest episodes.
Classic Folk is on air Wednesdays 9:00pm to 10:00pm.
The 2NURFM 40th Anniversary Mug is here! There are two delivery options.
We shared the love on Valentine's Day and we thank you if you helped us pick the love songs.
Click here to see the Valentine's Day messages and see a playlist of some of the songs requested.
You can also see the playlist on our Playing Now page.
On Friday during Talking Travel, Sally is offering anyone travelling via Sydney Airport, the chance to win overnight accommodation at the Mantra Airport Sydney and return transfers from Newcastle, all thanks to Newcastle Connections.
You can enter every month for a chance to win.
You can read more on the Talking Travel webpage, or click here to register.
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You can quickly locate a business that supports 2NURFM in the 2NURFM Business Directory.
To list your business on the site, or to find out more about the sponsors of 2NURFM, click here.
Hear a summary of the top stories for the week on the 2NUR Hunter News Podcast.
The first item in the podcast is the latest bulletin from the 2NUR Hunter News Room, and that's followed by the most recent weekly summary.
Find out more about 2NUR Podcasts.
Here's the podcast link:
Thanks to everyone who supported 2NURFM through our Christmas Raffle. It is always popular, and we're very grateful to our sponsors for providing such a great bunch of prizes.
1st place – Cathie Bramble
2nd place – Beryl Siegrs
3rd place – Ally McGregor
4th place – Rachael Kelly
5th place – Kate Van Eyden
Below you can see a video of the raffle draw.
Three Dog Night scored a succession of 21 hit singles, including eleven Top Tens, and twelve consecutive gold albums from 1969 to 1975, thanks to the slick, sometimes soulful vocal harmonies of singers Danny Hutton, Chuck Nefron and Cory Wells and an excellent ear for quality material.
For more information about Coffee Break Click here.
Never underestimate the power of a quality mirror ball. Delirium was instant when that massive explosion of spinning sparkles transformed Hamer Hall into boogie wonderland for the return of Harry Casey and his Sunshine franchise.
Please Don’t Go was less keening, more intensely operatic but just as dramatic as back in '79. With brass blaring, bass pumping and song-and-dance babes at full Vegas pitch in a range of eye-popping costumes, the hits could only fly.
It's 2NURFM's Midweek Double with the KC and the Sunshine Band.
On Classic Folk Jane Klein and Phil Bates play classic songs and emerging artists from the Australian folk scene and around the world.
Phil's folk performing career blossomed as the guitar player for Newcastle's iconic bush band the Rum Culls.
Jane's love affair with folk music was shaped by the revival of interest in traditional folk in the United Kingdom.
Wednesday 9:00pm - 10:00pm
The Passing Parade with John Doremus is a series of 130 tales that was originally syndicated in the United States. On a visit there in the mid 1960’s, Grace Gibson Productions picked up the Australian, New Zealand and South Pacific rim rights to the show.
John Doremus was an American announcer who had that rare talent for story telling. He could hold a listener’s interest, and had a warm, easy and mellifluous voice – all with a sort of ‘campfire yarn’ style of delivery.
Join the fun with our NRL tipping competition.
We also have a tipping competition for the AFL, and both competitions can be accessed from our Footy Tipping page.
Please note: each season is a new competition and you'll need to register - even if you joined last year's competition.