I hope the Y gens and Millenials listen to John Valentine....you are amazing along with Patricia and the rest of the 2bbb team,,,,,music culture the arts,, & fashion in the 60' & 70s was a fabulous time for teenagers
Very sad to hear that this is Paul's last show. Paul plays a great mix of music. I am up at 4 AM here in Pennsylvania USA to hear Paul's show. Wishing Paul all the best. I will miss his show very much. I hope you bring Paul back. Paul, thank you for the music!
So sad that tonight is Paul's last show. Who am I going to listen to at 3am in the morning here in Texas USA? Best of luck in your future adventures Paul!
Love the music today. Take care, Paul!
Good to finally get around and listen Paul, nice sounds mate...and here some great tracks from Madara and White..keep on rockin mate' Rob from Shoalhaven Heads South Coast NSW Australia
Listening in beautiful Oregon, USA! Great show Paul!!!
Norma and Larry listening from Florida, USA. Great music. So, wonderful to sit back and listen to. We are so glad we found your station. Thanks for the link. Paul, we love your accent. You must not be from the South. haha.
Listening to Paul and he is playing some fabulous music today. New to me as I never listened to Australian music before but I love it. First time I have been able to catch Paul's program
2 bbb FM is a Community Radio station based in the wonderfully diverse and beautiful Bellinger Valley, in Northern New South Wales, Australia. Run by volunteers in the local community and broadcasting to the Bellingen Shire for over 28 years.
With a vast range of engaging programs, music and content on offer to our listeners including; Country, Rockabilly, Progressive Rock, Dub, Ambient, Classical, Accoustic, Jazz , specialist World Music and Aboriginal programmes, as well as all the latest in what's happening around the Bellingen Shire.
2bbb Community Radio has a commitment to:
- Actively encourage participation and experimentation in all aspects of community radio operation by any and all community members, including individuals in such special groups as disabled, aged, housebound, youth, unemployed and sight disabled.
- Serve as a channel for the communication and dissemination of information relevant to both the community's and the individual's needs and desires. Provide comprehensive training in the various facets of broadcasting activities, and the facilities and opportunities to develop and utilise those skills for the benefit of the community.
- Produce local news programs and programs of comment on local issues and events which allow participation by representatives of all points of view. Whilst the station's focus is local, its aim is to maintain a clear perspective, and position its coverage objectively and honestly, balanced against the wider backdrop of world events.
- Identify and attempt to meet community needs and interests that are not adequately covered by existing media.vi)
- Register the community's cultural, recreational, education, social, artistic resources, and provide outlets for creative talent.
- Promote and present a diversity of quality musical and cultural entertainment.
- Provide for a variety in programming so that everyone finds something of interest at some time.
- Provide prompt, reliable emergency communications. Promote community harmony.