The Voice of the Nepean Valley – WowFM
Wow FM 100.7 has represented and entertained the communities of the Penrith Valley, Western Sydney and the Lower Blue Mountains for more than twenty five years.
We provide music from many eras and genres to keep the feet of any age and musical taste tapping all day long.
Recently we have undergone new and exciting modifications which we hope will enhance the the listening experience of our culturally and chronologically diverse community. With programs in several languages providing local and international news and current events, we aim to provide appropriate content which is both pertinent and informative.
The History Show with Dr. Jill Brannock
Tuesdays 9am – 10am
The History Show shines its spotlight on anything and everything:
from the history of wine, Lawrence of Arabia, the invention of the printing press, the writer W B Yeats, the history of childhood, the Colosseum, the discovery of anaesthetic, the Roman empress Agrippina, the scientist Rosalind Franklin, to daily life in the year 1000. The presenter is Dr Jill Brannock.
Mega Mix with Karen Terry – Wednesdays at 10am
Karen has always had a love of music even from a young age.
As a child she loved to sing along with the radio and when she was older and in her teens she would put records on the player and sing along with them using her hairbrush as a microphone. After leaving school she went to work in retail but mostly in music department where she built up a very good knowledge of music and the artists.Continue Reading…
Phone: 02 6379 4600
Kandos is the town that made the cement that made Sydney
Established by the cement works in 1914, Kandos thrived as a modern 20th century town in a spectacular rural setting. With the cement works closing in 2013, Kandos Museum has a vital role in preserving the town’s industrial and social history.
More Western Sydney News
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On Monday morning, former Prime Minister Tony Abbott will front up for the second of his now fortnightly radio appearances on Ray Hadley’s 2GB morning show. Yesterday, the latest radio ratings showed why Malcolm Turnbull and the Federal Government should be worried about it. Alongside Alan Jones, Hadley is part of the most powerful six […]… read more
When we first met Jimmy Barnes in his early Cold Chisel days it was clear he had the makings of a rock star. But behind that iconic voice and frenetic on-stage personality was a damaged man struggling to cope with the scars of an abusive childhood. It’s this Jimmy that fans have been introduced to […]… read more
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Fran Cini’s family have experienced their fair share of cancer, with her sister, mother and husband all having fought the battle. It was her husband’s diagnosis that made her first take part in Relay for Life. “My husband had a melanoma removed, that was seven years ago,” Ms Cini said. “It was stage one when […]… read more
For 31 years, warrant officer Desmond Harper served in the Royal Australian Navy, signing the dotted line when he was just 17-years-old. Now at age 86, Mr Harper introduces himself as someone who loves to dance, spending his retirement enjoying sessions at St Marys Dance Centre each week. From a small farming town in Darling […]… read more
Penrith is littered with stories of young men who stood up for their country and did our city proud. One of those men is Mertoun Sydney Mills, who was born on January 30, 1895 in Penrith, the son of Robert and Elizabeth Mills. The Mills family had the family business called Railway House, on the […]… read more
Spinal Cord Injuries Australia’s exercise service NeuroMoves has moved into a bigger and better location at Penrith YMCA. With the official opening last week, Business and Development manager Simone Robinson said the new facility will help better support people in the area with neurological conditions. “Because of technology and better education today, people with disabilities […]… read more
Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club in Luddenham is now the brand new home of the prestigious NSW Open Golf Championship. Situated on the outskirts of the Penrith CBD, Twin Creeks will host the NSW Open for the next three years. This year’s tournament will be held from November 16 to 19, the week before […]… read more
Western Sydney news courtesy of The Western Weekender.