Our Radio Stations and ProgramsPlaying great music and covering sport as it should be done
Untypical Media is pleased to present our online radio station and our current radio programs. We boldly suggest that our station and programs represent radio as it should be.
goRadio.Live is a 24/7 online radio station that plays the very best music from the last 70 years. Programming is automated using the services of radio.co - a Manchester-based business that hosts hundreds of online and terrestrial radio stations across the world. Music tracks can be tagged and these tags are then used to create various programs across the weekly schedule.
To learn more about goRadio.Live, please visit the goRadio.Live website.
The 2 Blokes Chatting Radio Show
Neil Butler and Rob Cameron present The 2 Blokes Chatting Radio Show every Saturday morning on 94.7 The Pulse in Geelong. Combining sport, music and community-focused content, it is fair to say that The 2 Blokes Chatting Radio Show is unlike any other radio show we've ever listened to. We hope that you'll be able to tune into the program on Saturday.
To learn more about 2 Blokes Chatting, please visit the 2 Blokes Chatting website.
Turn Back Time Radio
Looking for something different for your next party? Maybe you are having a "special" birthday (turning 40, 50 or 60?). Maybe it's a school reunion. A decade-themed party?
Turn Back Time Radio is the feature of the event that everyone will be talking about. We'll create a playlist that suits the party and can do shout-outs and requests if you want - a great way to include people who can't get to where your party is!
To learn more about Turn Back Time Radio, please visit our Turn Back Time Radio page.
Do you live in a regional town or district somewhere in Australia and are looking for a novel way to promote your area. Then maybe Regional Radio.Live is exactly what you looking for. A special event radio program (2, 3 or 4 hours) dedicated to your region, with requests and shoutouts a-plenty.
To learn more about Regional Radio.Live, please visit the Regional Radio.Live page.