Get To Know Us: Jeremy Graham

Alex Crerar, 15th March 2022

Digital Radio Projects Operations Officer, Jeremy Graham 

Jeremy joned the CBAA's Digital Radio Projects in early 2022 bringing with him an array of knowledge and expertise. Despite his newcomer status at the CBAA, Jeremey isnt new to community radio, hosting his own show on Sydney's 2RRR. 

What drew you to community radio?

After some soul searching, I recognized the things that I hold important in my life are culture and community. I approached community radio as being a culmination of both of these things.

What is something you have learned about the sector since commencing your role at CBAA?

Live, curated audio experiences are still here. Whilst big tech might have us believe that on-demand and self-curation is all that’s left of the media landscape – community radio continues to grow. DAB+ and Streaming continue to allow the medium to evolve and the CBAA continues to support and encourage exciting new voices across the sector. It’s a really exciting time to be working in radio!   

You are offered a radio show - you can have any timeslot, play whatever music you like, discuss whatever you feel is of interest - what is happening today on the Jeremy Graham Variety Hour Radio Show?

My radio show on 2RRR is *somewhat* like this.

Quiet Fire is a celebration of female vocalists which allows me to jump from a week of jazz and blues all the way to punk and rap the following week. I guess I enjoy anything created with a punk ethos even if it isn’t created around three chords and a guitar. I like to play the newest Australian music alongside classics across the genres. Think Wendy O Williams alongside Poly Styrene, Nina Simone and Janet Jackson. 


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