New Year's Eve and Day 2016/17 on CRN-2

Andrew McLellan, 13th December 2016
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New Year's Eve 2016/17

31 December/1 January 

Party with the nation! From Coast FM 693 we have a national broadcast suitable for a national audience, with a focus on life outside the big cities. The show will feature a broad range of music from the 50s to the 80s, and you can suggest songs for the playlist!

Tell listeners Australia-wide what’s made an impact in your town this year.
  • Airing 22:00 31 December - 06:00 1 January AEDT on CRN-2 (VAST Channel 631)
  • We still have space for a number of stations to feature in the program (via a live phone cross) - let us know if you'd like to be part of it: write to crn@cbaa.org.au
  • Regular CRN-1 programming precedes the broadcast through to 22:00 AEDT
  • Countryfolk Around Australia takes over as per normal from 06:04 AEDT

New Year’s Day Live Music Specials

1 January 

Fear everyone at the station will be catching up on sleep instead of being on-air New Year's Day? Head over to CRN-2 and keep your listeners entertained with a day-long broadcast of festival highlights and other music specials on 1 January.

Switch over anytime that suits your station.
  • Airing 09:04 - 21:00 1 January AEDT on CRN-2 (VAST Channel 631)
  • NRN bulletins will be carried during the special
  • 'Local content windows' are scheduled for stations wishing to schedule sponsorship or stations IDs
  • Returns to regular CRN-1 programming at 21:00 AEDT

 

CONTENT

DURATION

ALL TIMES AEDT

08:59:50

National Radio News

04’10

09:04:00

CRN voice break

00’30

09:04:30

Mullum Music Festival pt1

Producer station: 2BAY FM (Byron Bay, NSW) 

Recorded live on-site in November 2016, Bay FM and 2BBB’s co-presentation will give your listeners a colourful taste of one of Australia's fastest growing grassroots music and cultural celebrations.

55’20

09:59:50

National Radio News

04’10

10:04:00

CRN voice break

00’30

10:04:30

Mullum Music Festival pt2

55’20

10:59:50

National Radio News

04’10

11:04:00

CRN voice break

00’30

11:04:30

Off the Record pt1

Presenter: Brian Wise, 3RRR (Melbourne, VIC)

Off The Record presents an extended year in review program spotlighting some of our favourite Australian and international albums, interview excerpts and studio performances from 2016.

55’20

11:59:50

National Radio News

04’10

12:04:00

CRN voice break

00’30

12:04:30

Off the Record pt2

55’30

13:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

13:00:30

Sideways Through Sound

Presenter: Mark Ward (2SER, NSW)

Join us for this very special edition of Sideways Through Sound in which our host Thee Sonic Assassin presents the best of the program’s live in-studio acoustic sessions and interviews heard during 2016. 


 

59’30

14:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

14:00:30

National Indigenous Music Awards

Producer station: TEABBA (NT)

Highlights from the event held in August. 2016 marked a half century since the Wave Hill walk off, the 40th anniversary of the Land Rights Act, 30 years since the release of Yothu Yindi’s Tribal Voice, and 25 years since Treaty topped the charts. Celebrating these anniversaries, the theme of 2016's National Indigenous Music Awards was Protest Songs, with a diverse line-up performing songs both contemporary and iconic.

59’30

15:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

15:00:30

Australian Independent Music Awards pt1

Presenter: Noddy, Aussie Music Weekly show, Triple H FM (Hornsby, NSW)

Access a fantastic highlights package recorded at the recent 2016 Australian Independent Music Awards. Put together by the team from the Aussie Music Weekly show (Triple H FM), the package is chockas with red carpet interviews and live performances from the night. Hear interviews with upcoming stars like Emma Mullings and Ben Craven, and catch live sets from Sarah McLeod, Steve Balbi (ex-Noiseworks), King Tide and many more. It's all thanks to MusicOz and Aussie Music Weekly.

55’50

15:56:20

Music fill

03’40

16:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

16:00:30

Australian Independent Music Awards pt2

55’50

16:56:20

Music fill

03’40

17:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

17:00:30

Woodford Folk Festival pt1

Presenters: 4ZZZ and 4EB (QLD)

The Woodford Folk Festival, an event of international standing, is held annually over six days and six nights from Dec 27th through to January 1st. More than 2000 performers and 438 events are programmed featuring local, national and international guests. This 3hr package features highlights recorded by 4ZZZ and 4EB from the event, now in its 31st year. 

55’50

17:56:20

Music fill

03’40

18:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

18:00:30

Woodford Folk Festival pt2

55’50

18:56:20

Music fill

03’40

19:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

19:00:30

Woodford Folk Festival pt3

59’30

20:00:00

CRN voice break

00’30

20:00:30

Live Delay

Presenter: Branko Cosic, 4ZZZ (Brisbane, QLD)

Celebrating some of the very best live music recordings collected by the Live Delay team and partner stations over the past year. 

59’20

20:59:50

CRN ID

00’10

21:00:00

CRN-2 returns to CRN-1 simulcast (The Tiki Lounge)

 

For CRN subscribers:

  • These specials will broadcast on CRN-2 (Channel 631 on your VAST receiver)
  • The channel can be changed with button press from the front panel of your VAST receiver unit
  • Contact crn@cbaa.org.au for more information and alternative delivery options
  • For more information contact CRN staff on 02 9310 2999 or email 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.

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BayFM at Mullum Music Festival 2016 [Source: BayFM Facebook]

The 2016 National Indigenous Music Awards [Source: National Indigenous Times]

Sarah McLeod at the Australian Independent Music Awards 2016 [Source: www.musicoz.org/]

Ryley Walker on Sideways Through Sound

Off The Record will feature William Bell, here live at Americana, Nashville.

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