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2RRR is the call sign of 88.5 Ryde Regional Radio broadcasting from Victoria Road and can be heard across most of the Sydney basin.
2RRR fulfills its community charter by hosting a diverse range of language shows and Australian music as well as an accessible and cost effective radio presenter's training programme.
The station starts the broadcast every Monday morning at 6 A.M. with the 2 hour show, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, a contemporary modern music and oddball current affairs programme co hosted by Michaelc and Tommy The G.
The GBU is followed by Horst hosting The Austrian German programme.
A full week of community programming follows.
Website The Good, the Bad & the Ugly
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