Community Radio Network It's Time

New Year's Eve 2018/2019 on CRN

Andrew McLellan, 29th November 2018
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Countdown to 2019 in pure style!

The team behind the weekly CRN retro-countdown It's Time, Barry McKay and William Brougham, will be counting down the final hours of 2018 with community radio listeners across Australia.
With what you ask? 
An all-Australian start to the New Year, with the top 110 charting Australian produced singles of the 1960s!
Scroll down to see the complete playlist!
Rolling over 6 hours for stations to take as much or as little as they like, this special available is live on satellite, or by file download to schedule locally at stations.
6 x 59'00 minute files are available, allowing for insertion of local sponsorship, IDs or New Year's messages.
 
Item AEDT ACDT AWST
Regular CRN programming Pre-21:00 Pre-20:30 Pre-18:00
Hour 1 21:00 20:30 18:00
1 minute music fill 21:59 20:29 18:59
Hour 2 22:00 21:30 19:00
1 minute music fill 22:59 21:29 19:59
Hour 3 23:00 22:30 20:00
1 minute music fill 23:59 22:29 20:59
Hour 4 00:00 23:30 21:00
1 minute music fill 00:59 23:29 21:59
Hour 5 01:00 00:30 22:00
1 minute music fill 01:59 01:29 22:59
Hour 6 02:00 01:30 23:00
1 minute music fill 02:59 02:29 23:59
Return to regular programming 03:00 02:30 00:00

 

For CRN Subscribers:
  • Playing on CRN-2, VAST Channel 631 from 21:00 AEDT, 31 December 2018 to 03:00 AEDT, 1 January 2019
  • 1 minute of instrumental music fill at xx:59:00 each hour for local content/IDs
  • 6 x 59'00 files available for file download
  • For access contact CBAA on 02 9310 2999 or write to crn@cbaa.org.au

Not a CRN subscriber, but want to find out more about getting content like this for your station? Read more here.

Listeners, hear this on:

The Playlist!

No.
Song & Artist
Year
Peak Position

FIRST HOUR

110

I (Who Have Nothing), Normie Rowe

1965

9

109

SURFSIDE, Digger Revell's Denver Men

1963

17

108

FUNNY MAN, Ross D. Wyllie

1969

15

107

DON'T YOU KNOW YOCKOMO, Dinah Lee

1964

17

106

CINDERELLA ROCKEFELLA, Anne And Johnny Hawker

1968

9

105

4,003,221 TEARS FROM NOW, Judy Stone

1964

11

104

MINNIE THE MOOCHER, The Cherokees

1967

14

103

WORLD, The Bee Gees

1968

6

102

I DON'T WANT TO LOVE YOU, Johnny Farnham

1968

6

101

GET A LITTLE DIRT ON YOUR HANDS, The Delltones

1962

7

100

PLEASE, Frank Ifield

1964

5

99

THE CRUSHER, The Atlantics

1964

7

98

WEDDING RING, The Easybeats

1965

7

97

COALMAN, Ronnie Burns

1967

6

96

TODAY'S TEARDROPS, Col Joye with The Joy Boys

1962

5

95

SHOUT, Johnny O'Keefe with The Dee Jays and The Delltones

59/60

2

94

UNDERNEATH THE ARCHES, Johnny Farnham

1968

6

93

SAVED BY THE BELL, Robin Gibb

1969

7

92

WHAT'S WRONG WITH THE WAY I LIVE, The Twilights

1967

7

SECOND HOUR

91

SOMEDAY, ONEDAY, The Seekers

1966

4

90

HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO SEE KING'S CROSS, Frankie Davidson

1962

4

89

HUSH, Somebody's Image

1968

12

88

MY PRAYER, The Vibrants

1967

10

87

SHE WEARS MY RING, Johnny O'Keefe

1964

9

86

VELVET WATERS, Tony Worsley

1965

6

85

CATHY, COME HOME, The Twilights

1967

8

84

WOMAN YOU'RE BREAKING ME, The Groop

1967

8

83

TO LOVE SOMEBODY, The Bee Gees

1967

6

82

SOUTHERN 'RORA, The Joy Boys

1962

6

81

TEENAGE BABY, Col Joye And The Joy Boys

1960

5

80

PRIDE AND JOY, Normie Rowe And The Playboys

1966

8

79

I BELONG WITH YOU, Laurie Allen and Bobby Bright

1965

9

78

MORNING TOWN RIDE, The Seekers

1965

8

77

KISS ME NOW, Johnny Young And Kompany

1967

4

76

THE BREAKING POINT, Normie Rowe

1966

5

75

THE LOVED ONE, The Loved Ones

1966

11

74

20 MILES, Ray Brown And The Whispers

1965

11

73

UNDECIDED, The Master's Apprentices

1967

8

72

EVER LOVIN' MAN, The Loved Ones

1966

9

THIRD HOUR

71

SICK AND TIRED, Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs

1964

11

70

TENNESSEE WALTZ SONG, Ray Brown And The Whispers

1966

4

69

JEZEBEL, Rob E.G.

1963

4

68

LIVING IN A CHILD'S DREAM, The Masters' Apprentices

1967

7

67

LA LA, The Flying Circus

1969

11

66

ROYAL TELEPHONE, Jimmy Little

1963

10

65

SMOKY MOKES, The Joy Boys

1961

4

64

IT'S NOT EASY, Normie Rowe

1967

3

63

SING!, Johnny O'Keefe

1962

6

62

BORN A WOMAN, Judy Stone

1966

3

61

HANGIN' FIVE, The Delltones

1963

5

60

DEAR PRUDENCE, Doug Parkinson In Focus

1969

5

59

DREAM GIRL, Bryan Davies

1961

5

58

BAREFOOT BOY, Noeleen Batley

1960

9

57

I CAN SEE, The Easybeats

1966

3

56

WITHOUT YOU, Doug Parkinson In Focus

1969

4

55

WOMEN, The Easybeats

1966

4

54

PROUD OF YOU, Jay Justin

1963

4

53

I'VE GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU, The Bee Gees

1968

3

FOURTH HOUR

52

LOVE LETTERS, Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs

1966

3

51

PICKING UP PEBBLES, Matt Flinders

1969

4

50

YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY, Col Joye with The Joy Boys

1960

5

49

THE FORTUNE TELLER, The Throb

1966

4

48

IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR, Ray Brown And The Whispers

1965

4

47

IT AIN'T NECESSARILY SO, Normie Rowe And The Playboys

1965

5

46

COME A LITTLE BIT CLOSER, The Delltones

1963

4

45

SHE TAUGHT ME HOW TO YODEL, Frank Ifield

1962

2

44

TWILIGHT TIME, Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs

1965

2

43

STARLIGHT, STARBRIGHT, Lonnie Lee

1960

6

42

SPICKS AND SPECKS, The Bee Gees

1966

5

41

SORRY, The Easybeats

1966

1

40

FOOL, FOOL, FOOL, Ray Brown And The Whispers

1965

3

39

NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK, The Twilights

1966

2

38

LITTLE BOY SAD, M.P.D. Limited

1965

5

37

SHE'S SO FINE, The Easybeats

1965

3

36

SI SENOR (I Theenk?), Rob E.G.

1962

2

35

PRIDE, Ray Brown And The Whispers

1965

3

34

POISON IVY, Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs

1964

3

FIFTH HOUR

33

EASYFEVER (EP): TOO MUCH, The Easybeats

1966

1

32

OVER THE RAINBOW, Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs

1965

2

31

COME ON AND TAKE MY HAND, Johnny O'Keefe

1960

1

30

A WORLD OF OUR OWN, The Seekers

1965

2

29

THE STAR, Ross D. Wyllie

1969

1

28

SHE'S A MOD, Ray Columbus And The Invaders

1964

1

27

LET IT BE ME (EP), Johnny Young And Kompany

1966

4

26

55 DAYS AT PEKING, Rob E.G.

1963

1

25

I TOLD THE BROOK, Billy Thorpe And The Aztecs

1965

1

24

LITTLE BOY LOST, Johnny Ashcroft

1960

3

23

FRIDAY ON MY MIND, The Easybeats

1966

1

22

BOMBORA, The Atlantics

1963

1

21

I FOUND A NEW LOVE, Lonnie Lee

1960

2

20

TELL HIM I'M NOT HOME, Normie Rowe

1965

3

19

I STARTED A JOKE, Bee Gees

1969

1

18

I REMEMBER YOU, Frank Ifield

1962

1

17

ONE, Johnny Farnham

1969

4

16

MOVE BABY MOVE, Johnny O'Keefe

1963

1

SIXTH HOUR

15

I'VE BEEN EVERYWHERE, Lucky Starr

1962

1

14

MASSACHUSETTS, The Bee Gees

1967

2

13

OOH LA LA, Normie Rowe

66/67

1

12

HITCH HIKER, Bobby And Laurie

1966

1

11

I'M COUNTING ON YOU, Johnny O'Keefe

1961

1

10

STEP BACK, Johnny Young And Kompany

1966

2

9

PART THREE INTO PAPER WALLS, Russell Morris

1969

1

8

SHE'S MY BABY, Johnny O'Keefe

60 & 69 *

1

7

TIE ME KANGAROO DOWN SPORT, Rolf Harris

1960

1

6

GEORGY GIRL, The Seekers

1967

1

5

I'LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER YOU, The Seekers

1965

1

4

THE REAL THING, Russell Morris

1969

1

3

SADIE (The Cleaning Lady), Johnny Farnham

1968

1

2

THE CARNIVAL IS OVER, The Seekers

65/66

1

1

SHAKIN' ALL OVER, Normie Rowe

1965

1

 

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