May 20, 2024
  • May 20, 2024  12:00 am - 1:00 am

    Global Village

    World music with a difference – a musicalcarpet ride for armchair travellers.Habib Massad presents a celebration ofcultural diversity that features music fromall corners of the globe.


  • May 20, 2024  1:00 am - 2:00 am


    (CRN) Independent, unembedded, and exclusiveto community radio. For over 30 yearsAlternative Radio has been puttingaudiences in touch with a differentperspective on international issues.Featuring such speakers as NoamChomsky, John Pilger, Naomi Klein,Arundhati Roy and Tariq Ali, AR offersyou the chance to hear voices and viewsthat are marginalized or ignored by themainstream media.


  • May 20, 2024  6:00 am - 6:30 am


    Broadcast nationally since 1996, Earth Matters presents local, national and international grassroots perspectives on environmental concerns. Hear a wide variety of voices and stories on nature conservation, environmental justice, mining, water, pollution and government policy. Be updated on campaigns and the movement for a more sustainable future.


  • May 20, 2024  7:00 am - 7:05 am


    Latest News updates and bulletins from the National Indigenous Radio Service


  • May 20, 2024  7:00 am - 9:00 am

    The Brekky Show with Mikayla


  • May 20, 2024  9:00 am - 10:00 am

    Lighter Side of Life

    Introducing Sandy Dann, your seasoned guide through the airwaves of Radio Goolarri! Broadcasting Monday to Friday from 9 am to 10 am

    Join Sandy for a morning of music, community connection, and meaningful conversations that resonate far beyond the airwaves of Broome.


  • May 20, 2024  10:00 am - 11:00 am

    Country Affairs

    Broadcasting weekdays from 10 am to 11 am AWST, Sandy hosts "Country Affairs with Sandy Dann," a thought-provoking program that delves into important matters affecting Broome, the Kimberley region, and beyond, all from a First Nations perspective.

    As a proud Nyul Nyul woman and a renowned Indigenous broadcaster, Sandy brings a wealth of insight and perspective to her show. With her deep connection to the community and years of experience in the industry, Sandy is a respected figure both locally and nationally.

    Sandy's two-hour magazine-style program features engaging discussions with guests who share their expertise on local and topical issues of importance. The second hour of her show is broadcast live to the entire nation on the National Indigenous Radio Service, amplifying the voices and stories of Indigenous communities across Australia.

    Tune in to "Country Affairs with Sandy Dann" on Radio Goolarri and join Sandy for a journey of discovery, reflection, and connection. Together, let's explore the issues that matter most and strive for positive change in our community and beyond.


  • May 20, 2024  11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Lunch Request Show

    Hosted by Matty J

    Get ready to vibe with "The Lunch Time Request Show" on Radio Goolarri, airing Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11 am to 1 pm! 
    Hosted by the one-and-only Matty J, a quirky legend in his own right, this show brings the deadly beats straight to your speakers. 
    From deadly tunes to yarns with local mob and visiting musos, we're serving up the freshest sounds and stories from Broome and beyond. Got a deadly request? Hit us up on the request line at (08) 9194 9900, or drop your requests online via Facebook or Indigitube at
    So grab your tucker and tune in - because when it comes to radio, we're keeping it real, deadly, and full of good vibes!


  • May 20, 2024  5:00 pm - 5:05 pm


    Latest News updates and bulletins from the National Indigenous Radio Service


  • May 20, 2024  5:05 pm - 5:30 pm

    The Wire

    Independent current affairs – live, daily

    Our sector’s flagship current affairsprogram: today’s current events and keynational issues in a sharp high quality andlive-to-air program. 
    Designed for all stations in the sector, TheWire takes an independent approach tocurrent issues, with an editorial perspectivethat reflects the guiding principles ofcommunity broadcasting. 
    Produced by aconsortium of community broadcasters.


  • May 20, 2024  7:30 pm - 8:00 pm


    Great Australian artists playing great Australian Featuring topline Aussie acts talking up and playing their recent Australian music faves, Australian Music Is Bloody Great is a great way not only to discover the incredible range of sounds being produced here, but also a reminder to share them and support our artists.


  • May 20, 2024  8:00 pm - 9:00 pm


    Focusing on new local and independent Australian music and giving much needed exposure to artists who do not gain airplay through mainstream media. From rock to pop, blues to folk, hip hop to funk, so long as it’s Australian, there’s a good chance you’ll hear it on Aussie Music Weekly


  • May 20, 2024  9:00 pm - 9:30 pm


    Whatever the genre, whoever the star, Cinemascape will pass judgement. Hear interviews with the makers, reviews, plus passionate and informed discussion about every aspect of new releases. One reviewer’s popcorn gold could be another’s celluloid nightmare, but we take into account all cinematic tastes.  


  • May 20, 2024  10:00 pm - 11:00 pm

    Meet me at the Movies

    Not just about movies but also about the narrative of actors, directors and composers with their soundtracks, weaving through their stories


  • May 20, 2024  11:00 pm - May 21, 2024  12:00 am


    The long-running left-of-centre specialistmusic program hosted by Andrew Lambkin.Beginning on 2RDJ-FM, Burwood NSW from1988 until 2002, it has been produced directlyfrom CRN’s studios since October 1999.That’s closing on 30 continuous years ofvolunteer-radio music programmes fromsomeone who must love music quite a bit.Great music with a sense of history; widereading for your record collection.


Community Radio Station – 6GME Radio Goolarri 99.7 FM

Radio Goolarri first commenced broadcasting on ABC Regional Radio in August, 1991 with a one hour a week magazine program.

As the station developed and the skills of trainees flourished the station gradually increased its airtime to meet staff and community demand.

The station was eventually broadcasting 25 hours per week on ABC until it started to operate its own community radio license in July 1998 by broadcasting 24 hours a day. Radio Goolarri provides an avenue whereby social, cultural and political ideas and concerns can be expressed.

It is also an area where traditional language, music and culture can be fostered along with the more contemporary forms of artistic expression. It’s a place where Indigenous people can tell their own stories in their own way. It’s also a place for non-Indigenous and Indigenous people to come together.

Check out our podcasts below!

Community Radio Codes Of Practice

What you hear on community radio is governed by the Community Radio Codes of Practice.

The Codes of Practice cover matters relating to program content, including local content, news, current affairs, Australian music content, programs for children and the responsibilities associated with broadcasting to the community.

They also cover aspects such as community access and participation in the operation of this service.

Copies of the Codes are available on the Community Broadcasting Association website.…ng-codes-practice

This radio station is supported by the Australian Government through the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, the Western Australian Government through the Department of Health and the Community Broadcasting Foundation.