A community radio station in Sydney's north west. Firmly founded in the local community, the station provides interesting content related to the Hawkesbury area; sports, music and talk aimed at the local listeners.
I tried listening to your radio host Stevie J last week. It is called Smooth Grooves but there is nothing smooth about it. It is as boring as watching paint dry as we listen to this guy stumbling over his words. I am happy to support the radio station, just not this bumbling fool.
imy rocks my socks off
Gabriella has the sweetest voice and Brian chooses great songs.
Endless easy listening to the great legendary artists of our time. Great stuff.
Great quality music with interesting and engaging hosts. Michael Denning is a personal favourite of mine. He makes the thursday morning bearable with relevant chatter and good music, unlike all those new age fools with their doof doof music.
Information about the radio
Hawkesbury Radio began in 1978 with a test broadcast, gaining its full licence in 1982, one of the first local community radio licences granted. The station broadcast out of a tiny building, which housed the studio and transmitter in Fitzgerald Street Windsor for many years, before moving to its current site in 1992 in an adjacent building. Hawkesbury Radio originally broadcast on 89.7 MHz, but moved to its current frequency of 89.9 MHz in December 1999.