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.

Community Radio Penrith

Featured Program

The History Show with Dr. Jill Brannock

Tuesdays 9am – 10am

Jill Brannock

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.

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Featured Presenter

Karen Terry

Mega Mix with Karen Terry – Wednesdays at 10am

Karen

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…

Featured Sponsor

Kandos Museum

Website: kandosmuseum.org.au

Phone: 02 6379 4600

Kandos Museum

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.

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Western Sydney News

Exercise service on the move

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

Top golf Championship heads to Twin Creeks

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

We must always remember them

Reading through the pages of old editions of the Nepean Times this past week, the bluntness of war really hit home. Without the Internet, social media, mobile phones or direct communication with their loved ones, those left behind simply had to wait. They were waiting for one of two things to happen – their loved […]… read more

Soward: Time to leave Moylan alone

Penrith Panthers captain Matt Moylan has certainly had an interesting couple of weeks, both on and off the field, but the first thing we have to remember is that he’s a young bloke, who is still learning to be a man. A lot of opinions have been expressed of late regarding Matt’s captaincy role at […]… read more

Union hopes to raise the bar in Penrith

After a long wait for its liquor licence, Penrith’s first small bar finally opened on Wednesday night. Owners of the Union Restaurant, James McPherson and Celia De Oliveria, are excited to bring more nightlife to Penrith at their Union Bar. “We started back in May when we first took rent of the space and started […]… read more

Safety concerns surround Judges Car Park

Safety concerns over the state of Judges Car Park have resurfaced, with Councillor Mark Davies requesting Council look at ways to clean up the mess. Specifically the top level and stairwells have raised eyebrows recently, with local residents, particularly women, expressing their discontent. Cr Davies said he had been contacted by a number of locals, […]… read more

Homes to go as part of Mulgoa Road upgrade

Mulgoa Road is set to expand alongside Penrith’s population, with a corridor upgrade expected to cut travel times through Penrith to the M4 Motorway. The NSW and Federal Governments have together released the 6.5km corridor preferred design for the Mulgoa and Castlereagh Roads widening and upgrade. Penrith MP and Minister for Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres […]… read more

State Government denies plan to cut peak hour rail services

The State Government has denied it has a plan to slash peak hour rail services in Penrith, with State MP Stuart Ayres describing such reports as “farcical”. The ABC reported on Wednesday that the Government was considering plans to cut several peak hour services from Penrith, Kingswood and Werrington. Documents, obtained by the ABC after […]… read more

More Western Sydney News

Western Sydney news courtesy of The Western Weekender.