Our Radio Programs


Playing great music and covering sport as we think it should be done.


Untypical Media is pleased to present five different radio programs at various times of the year. We boldly suggest that our programs represent radio (and footy) as it should be.


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The 2 Blokes Chatting Radio Show


The 2 Blokes Chatting Radio Show is the live incarnation of our podcast of the same name. In March 2020, radio station 94.7 The Pulse decided to restrict their live broadcasting to two hours per day, seven days per week due to COVID-19. The 2 Blokes, who present separate programs on the station already were given the 9:00am - 11:00am Saturday morning time slot, presenting interesting guests and great music every week.

To learn more about The 2 Blokes Chatting Radio Show, please visit the 2 Blokes Chatting website.


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goRadio.Live


goRadio.Live is a 24/7 online radio station that plays the very 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.


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goFooty.Live


After participating in over 150 broadcasts of VFL & VFLW football matches with a Melbourne-based community radio station, Untypical Media decided to establish a similar brodcasting model for games involving our local team, the Geelong Cats. In our inaugural season (2019), we broadcast 27 games from 13 different venues around Victoria. We will be broadcasting again between April and September 2020.

To learn more about goFooty.Live, please visit the goFooty.Live website.


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Turn Up Your Radio


Turn Up Your Radio started life as Radio Ga Ga - a monthly music program on Melbourne community radio. The program is now broadcast on Geelong's 94.7 The Pulse every Saturday afternoon between October and March (inclusive) each year, focusing on the very best music of the 1960's, 1970's and 1980's with a particular focus on Australian artists and bands. 

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