Sunday was a great day for the station. Up at 3am and prep'd for the OB Lucy and Hugh engaged with runners of all types. Tony Abbott just happened by at the right moment for Lucy to intercept him and get the lowdown.
Our Members meetup for this month features a number of our presenters and how they use social media to promote and build a dedicated foundation for their show. We see examples where we can all learn to engage at so many levels with our potential audiences over the air and internet. Join us this Wednesday 19th October, Magpies Waitara at 7:30pm. Bring a friend.
Our own Tony Dosen was awarded Media Volunteer of the Year at the recent NSW Rugby League annual Volunteer awards dinner recently held on September 27 at the Waterview Function Centre, Bicentennial Park in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct.
100 years ago the Easter Uprising at the Dublin Post Office led to the formation of the Irish Republic.
The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Folk Club presents music from Friday 18th November to celebrate this historic occasion. Narrated and performed for your entertainment and information this Tuesday evening at 6pm.
Jamie Douglas is one of our newest morning presenters for Wednesdays.
Wake up Wednesdays will bring Jamie's unique style and format to this mid week program.
Following on from their 250th episode in June there’s plenty to look forward to in the month of August on Thursday nights on The Music Almanac.
It’s an all Australian music month for the show on Triple H 100.1FM as host Rufus Onfire digs into the archives to offer up a smorgasbord of songs and great tunes to get your ears humming.
Classic tracks, current hits, cool indie classics, emerging artists and timeless tunes, you name it the genre will get a look in when August rolls around and we take a look over more than 5 decades of Antipodean artistry on August 13 & 20. And as an extra treat the month of shows will be bookended by 2 Music Almanac Artist Profiles on iconic artists worthy of such a gong.
Week 1 sees The Music Almanac profile one of their favourite Aussie artists and ARIA Hall Of Famers The Church. Now in their 4th decade as a collective unit, Rufus will dive into their collection of recorded works to soundtrack the story of a band that has endured with a devoted fan base both here and abroad. One not to miss on August 6.
And the month of All Things Aussie gets rounded out with a long overdue Artist Profile on the one and only Radio Birdman. Groundbreaking, iconic, critically acclaimed are just some of the accolades that could be used to described “Birdman”, and some may say 2 hours isn’t enough to do their musical story and legacy justice for these ARIA Hall Of Famers, which should make a jam packed show of great music come August 28 to round things out.
On The Music Almanac
You know you want to join us on Triple H 100.1 FM Thursdays in August don’t you!
The Music Almanac (with Rufus Onfire) – Thursdays 8pm-10pm on Triple H 100.1FM
Our Techknow Show presenter, Paul, has been spending some months at drama classes.
The result - Water Angels - a mix of professional and challenged actors performing at the Sydney Opera House.
The images speak for themselves.
The Board of HHH FM is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Rod Thomas to the position of Station Manager.
The much awaited appointment comes at the end of an exhaustive process involving a specially commissioned Station Manager Sub-Committee.
After receiving no less than 26 applications from around Australia and from as far afield as the Phillipines, the Sub-Committee interviewed 6 shortlisted candidates last month before offering the position to Mr. Thomas.
Mr. Thomas has accepted the offer, and this was ratified by the HHH-FM Board at a specially convened Board Meeting last week.
Rod Thomas brings a wealth of experience to the position which includes:
Amongst those short listed/interviewed were a former Station Manager and Board Chairman of HHH-FM, a Commercial Radio professional of 20+ years standing who has worked with Radio Luminaries as Doug Mulray and John Singleton, a current commercial radio announcer who lives locally, and HHH-FM’s current caretaker Programming Co-Ordinator Lachlan Wyllie.
It is anticipated that Rod will commence as Station Manager on Monday, May 9 and will work at least 4 days a week in the HHH-FM studios (every Monday, and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday).
For all inquiries – please call Station Manager Sub-Committee Chair and HHH-FM Board Member Tony Dosen on 0408 929 374.
Triple H broadcast the Hornsby Anzac Day Dawn Service live from the Cenotaph. Violi, Lucy Neil, Mark and Pene worked hard to make sure the broadcast came through for the community and braved the cold to present this special event. Below photo taken by Violi's husband John.
Triple H 100.1 FM's Sunday Live coverage of Grass Roots footy returns this Sunday at 2:45pm.
A 16th season of coverage of "The Greatest Game Of All" starts with the Sydney Shield "Battle of the Birds" when the Belrose Eagles take on the East Campbelltown Eagles at Lionel Watts Reserve. Join Tony "The Sultan" Dosen and the Triple H League Team as they kick off another big season!!
Live on 100.1FM AND via streaming on the Triple H 100.1 FM Website.
And all for proud returning station sponsors Magpies Waitara and the Belrose Hotel.
Full Broadcast schedule on the Program Guide on the Triple H Website.
Where: Lionel Watts Reserve, Belrose
When: 6th of March, 2:45pm
Who: Belrose Eagles v.s. East Campbelltown Eagles
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