Wednesday

Music Overnight

12:00amWednesday

Night Sky

12:00amWednesday

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FM On Toast

7:00amWednesday

FM on Toast

7:00amWednesday

From 7.00am Monday to Saturday, FM on Toast brings you a different presenter each day with their own unique style.

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Music

9:00amWednesday

9:00amWednesday

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Mid-Week Jazz & Swing

11:00amWednesday

Mid-Week Jazz and Swing

11:00amWednesday

The middle of the week is a great time for the best in Jazz and Swing. Hello folks Ted Leigh here, I have been with PBA-FM since January 1996 currently my shift is from 9 am until 12:30 on Wednesday mornings. The first 2 hours is lounge music structured round artists whose birthday falls in the current week (Sunday to Saturday) plus anniversaries etc. From 11 the rest of the program is Midweek Jazz and Swing – again the same format - of course with Jazz longer tracks, jam sessions for instance get an airing. When I first went on air we had turntables it was not as easy to key up a record as it is today loading a CD - until I got used to it I only played the first tracks. Over the years I have had many calls from listeners and also met several of them when we had open days at the station it is good to get feedback it shows we are doing something right – put it this way nobody has complained yet . Join me on Wednesday mornings and Start Out Each Day With A Song and don’t forget It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing.

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Earth Matters

12:30pmWednesday

Earth Matters

12:30pmWednesday

Earth Matters is a weekly current affairs radio show bringing fresh environmental news with a social justice perspective to our listeners. Earth Matters contributes to public debate, reports on under-reported activist campaigns and informs the community on critical ecological issues. Supported by the Community Broadcasting Foundation and distributed on the Community Radio Network. Read more https://www.3cr.org.au/earthmatters

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In Touch Ministries

1:00pmWednesday

In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley

1:00pmWednesday

It all began in 1972, when a half-hour program called "The Chapel Hour" was launched on on WXIA-TV 11 and WANX 46, Atlanta-area television stations. Impressed by the young pastor and looking for a practical Bible teaching program, the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) contacted Dr. Stanley in 1978 to request the program's inclusion on its new venture—a satellite distribution network to cable systems. The broadcast grew from a few thousand local viewers to a nationwide audience in a single week. Today, "In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley" can be heard around the world via radio and television broadcasts, podcasts, the handheld In Touch Ministries Messenger, In Touch Apps, and right here on the Web. Our programs are seen and heard around the world on more than 2,600 radio and television outlets in more than 50 languages. In addition to broadcasting, the ministry continues to produce CDs, DVDs, books, discipleship resources, and the award-winning In Touch magazine which is delivered to more than 1.5 million households every month.

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The Kitchen Table

1:30pmWednesday

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1:30pmWednesday

Conversations are best at The Kitchen Table, we promote local news, information and good news stories in a relaxed atmosphere. Are you a non-for profit organisation? Are you wanting to promote free or low cost events? Are you an artist, musician or author? Are you somebody or know somebody who has a story to tell? We promote via PBA-FM 89.7 in Salisbury. Our interviews never sound like interviews rather a conversation if you will..... We ask questions that you want to hear the answers to. The Kitchen Table is a relaxed way to promote your news, information and good news stories to the North and wider community via the air waves.

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Living in the 70’s

2:30pmWednesday

Living in the 70's

2:30pmWednesday

"Living In The 70's" the only 3 hours of great 70's music every Wednesday from 2-30pm on PBA FM 89-7. Tell your friends! You can make a request on 8250 3735 after 2pm on Wednesdays or SMS ONLY on 0402 542 893, 24 hours a day. I will also take requests from the comments from the request post for each week. If you have a song you have not heard for a long time, let me know and I will do my best to track it down. There are lots of 70's music played on the radio but not a program run completely by the listeners and that is why we are the biggest 70's request program in Adelaide. We play those artists you grew up with but not the same songs you hear daily on other radio stations. Yes, we play those too. Follow the show on Facebook to see charts, requests and more!

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Northern Adelaide Sports

5:00pmWednesday

5:00pmWednesday

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MisMatch with Carmela

5:30pmWednesday

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5:30pmWednesday

Mismatch with PBA 897 is on every Wednesday night from 5.30pm to 7.30pm It’s not a dating show! It’s a music show! Your host is me, 😊 Carmela and I bring to you a show full of different genres of music a selection of this and that, plus from different decades. Carmela in the studioFrom time to time I interview and play this to air. You can find these interviews on my website. There are interviews from bands and solo artists talking about their experiences and music, please check them out. Looking forward to you listening in on a Wednesday, also let me know if there are particular tracks you would like to hear, I will try and accommodate. Ciao for Now!

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German Radio Club

7:30pmWednesday

7:30pmWednesday

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Mak’n Matters

8:30pmWednesday

8:30pmWednesday

Tony has lived in the north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide since early childhood, attending Pooraka Primary School and Enfield High School. He began full-time work in 1969 with the ANZ Bank. From 1976 to 1980, Tony was employed as a research officer to Senator Jim Cavanagh. Between 1981 and 2007, Tony part-owned and operated a local fitness centre. He was also an Australian power lifting champion and an accredited fitness and weight training instructor. Tony served as an elected member with the City of Salisbury between 1977 and 2007 and served on many different boards, committees and community organisations. From 1997 to 2007 Tony was Mayor of Salisbury. Under his leadership, the City of Salisbury became a world leader in environmental and water management. Tony lives in Pooraka. He is married to Vicki and they have three children.

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Rock Hard with Phil

9:00pmWednesday

9:00pmWednesday

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