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All of the presenters at Capital Community Radio are volunteers and they operate in 2 and 3 hour shifts - from early morning to late at night.

Ably assisted by a dedicated team of volunteer producers, all of us here at Capital Radio are committed to bringing you the best of music and information throughout the extended Perth area, and indeed throughout the world!

Capital Breakfast
That dedicated team who gets up at an early hour to bring you music to wake you and entertain you at the start of your day.  Every weekday!

Len Wheeler Len Wheeler

Alain Gaudet

Neville Limpus, Bruce McCartney, Ian Hasleby

Swinging Down The Lane

Once you are up and about, it is time for you to relax with those wonderful numbers from that magical musical era of the 1920s through to the 1950s.

Lol Winchcomb Lol Winchcomb

Les Webb Les Webb

Jeanette Hembrough Jeannette Hembrough

Neal Berry Neal Berry

John Fuhrman

Afternoon Gold
The title tells it all, with those wonderful ballads and instrumentals that you grew up with from the 1940s through to the 1970s.  

Roger Veary Roger Veary

Trish Edwards

Alan Giles Alan Giles

Chris Wayne, Robert Pride

'Cruisin' - The chart toppers of the rock and roll years . All of those hit parade numbers that  you sang and danced to.

Russell Coghlan

Jenny Wrenn Jenny Wrenn

Kelly Green Kelly Green

David Sefton David Sefton

Noel Bonney Noel Bonney

Evening Listening – from 6 to 8.  A wonderful mixed bag for your evening entertainment. On Monday Tony Howes brings you the Listening Post programme. Tuesday and we have Capital Cocktails, when Stephane Faulkner will bring you a cocktail of wonderful music. Wednesday evening and Colleen Hunter treats us to plenty of Capital Country music. Then on Thursday and Friday we cap it all off with Easy listening music hosted by Brigid Bignell and John Chamberlain. Just the right blend for winding down at the end of the day.

Anthony Howes Anthony Howes

John Chamberlain John Chamberlain

Stephanie Faulkner, Colleen Hunter, Brigid Bignell

Night Time Listening - We finish with another mixed bag to see us through until bed-time. On  Monday and Wednesday we play relaxing After Hours music, then on Tuesday and Thursday we go Capital Classics with Lachlan Mackinnon and Paul Redman as our conductors, and Friday night is all about Dining and Dancing.

Lachlan Mackinnon         

Bill Willesee  

Paul Redman Paul Redman

Keith Bollen, Steele Stacey

Weekend Listening

Saturday – Geoff Smith leads off the weekend team with his informative Saturday Sporting Breakfast programme. Then Tony Howes, in the Capital Events programme, bring you a rich mixture of happenings and interesting people in Perth this week. Next up we have Allan Watson with his Saturday Afternoon Swing Shift , and then we relax with Michaela Collingwood and her unique blend of easy-to-listen-to music from The Golden Days of Radio. John Darroch keeps up that relaxing Saturday evening mood with his distinctive Easy Saturday Music and we cap it all off with Neville Limpus and his Saturday Night Party.

Geoff Smith

Anthony Howes Anthony Howes

Allan Watson  

Michaela Collingwood Michaela Collingwood

John Darroch

Neville Limpus

Sunday –  Trish Edwards is first up on  Sunday  with her Sunday breakfast selection. Then Rod Culley presents his Sunday Brunch programme. Those relaxing Sunday morning hours when you can have brunch with us and listen to the sweetest sounds around. Peter Solomon then entertains us with the best of your old favourites on his Sunday Jazz and Swing session. Then we relax with Harvey Pearce and an Eclectic Sunday mixture of musical styles and sources to give you the best of radio entertainment on a Sunday afternoon. This is followed at 6 o'clock by 2 hours of those best-loved tunes of yesteryear from Wilma Coghlan, and to cap it all off, we see the week out with George Lewis-Hall and his restful Sunday Night After Hours music.

Trish Edwards Trish Edwards    

Rod Culley

Peter Solomon Peter Solomon

Harvey Pearce, Wilma Coghlan, George Lewis-Hall