Our Radio Stations and Programs

Playing great music and covering sport as it should be done

Untypical Engage is pleased to present two online stations and two radio programs that are presented at various times of the year. We boldly suggest that our stations 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 - 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.


Pub Radio Australia

Pub Radio Australia is a second 24/7 online radio station that plays the kind of music you'd expect to hear played in pubs, bistros and bars across Australia.  Pub Radio Australia is a subscription-based station which means that we can provide a dedicated music stream, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week without the need to play commercials from our sponsors. At Pub Radio Australia, every hour is happy hour!

To learn more about Pub Radio Australia, please visit the Pub Radio Australia 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 sporting, 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 Up Your Radio

Turn Up Your Radio is a weekly radio program that has been presented in one form or another since 2008. Presented on 94.7 The Pulse every Saturday afternoon between October and March, the program focuses on the music of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, with a bias towards Australian artists wherever we can. The program name celebrates the 1970 number 1 hit by Australian group, Masters Apprentices.

To learn more about Turn Up Your Radio, please visit the Turn Up Your Radio website.