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Waringarri Media Aboriginal Corporation operates the East Kimberley’s only locally based radio station and media organisation. We are WA’s oldest Aboriginal community radio station, that is proudly Indigenous owned and serving the whole region.

We broadcast out of our studios in Kununurra for a 300km radius to major towns, remote grazing stations, and outback communities across the WA and NT border region on 693AM and soon 102.1FM.

Waringarri Media plays a vital role in keeping the local community informed, with a high visibility covering regional news and events, online audio and video streaming, and a strong social media presence.

Our Shows

Waringarri Media is the region’s leading source of local news and information, music and entertainment. Our morning talk shows keep our local community informed and stimulated with interviews, local views and perspectives. This is sprinkled with a great mix of music, playing classic and new rock hits and popular music. We also play the best of country and Indigenous artists from across the Kimberley and Australia.

See Programs and Schedule for more information about all of our shows.

Daytime

Mornings feature Aussie country music, Brekky with Scotty Day, and various talk shows.

Evenings

Evenings showcase new music shows and Indigenous music, including the Mary G Show on Wednesdays.

Weekends

Weekends feature a lot of country and gospel music, our music mix, and Saturday Night Party Music.

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
12am-3am
3am-7am
7am-8am
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-12pm
12pm-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-4pm
4pm-5pm
5pm-6pm
6pm-7pm
7pm-12am

Sunday Storytime

with Rebecca Faricy

Australian music is bloody great

5:30pm-6pm

Miriwoong Alive!

Country Master

Repeat

Ngaarda Culture Show

Money Talks

Natasha Short (Repeat)

Spotlight

with Kevin Walsh

Country Affairs with Sandy Dann

Money Talks

Natasha Short (Repeat)

Australian music is bloody great

5:30pm-6pm

Eze Beats

6pm-8pm

Eze Beats

6pm-8pm

Mary G Show NRIS

7pm–10pm

Deadly Beats

Deadly Beats

Indigenous Hip Hop

Countryfolk

with Dianne Hammond

Indigenous Music Mix

7pm-10pm

Saturday Night Party Music Mix

6pm-10pm

AMRAP RADIO SHOW

Repeat

AUSSIE MUSIC WEEKLY

Emerging Artists

Aussie Music Weekly

Emerging Artists

Sunday Country

Saturday Morning Country

The best Kimberley & Australia wide country

Weekend Lunchtime

Weekly News In Review

12:30-1pm

Tuesday Lunchtime Show with Bryan Gallagher

Bryan Gallagher

AMRAP RADIO SHOW

New Aussie Artists

Weekend Escape

Great mix of locally grown and national music

Lunchtime Request Show

with Matty J Francis

Country Matters

Donny Imberlong

Overnight Country

Indigenous Music Mix

10pm–12am

Indigenous Music Mix

Indigenous Music Mix

Good Morning Country

LIVE national country music breakfast show – Presented by Kevin Walsh and Heather Farrell

Aussie Rock Music Drive Time Show

Playing all the classic Aussie Rock tunes

Gospel Hour

Daniel Faricy

Afternoon Escape with Nathalia Imberlong

Great mix of music and interviews with feature artists

Consumer Watch

& Cyberbeat

Legal Eagles

Family Law Advice

Lunchtime Music Show

Stay Healthy in the Kimberley

6WR OVERNIGHT MUSIC MIX

Money Talks

Natasha Short

Brekky with Scotty

Daily breakfast show with Scotty Day – local info, news, interviews, comedy & great music

Latest from Waringarri SocialS

CHECK-OUT all MONEY TALKS episodes at your convenience on SPOTIFY! https://open.spotify.com/show/5yEY2qvlbT8ActEy3YTTcC?si=eda3829e1ba84ef Natasha Short's 2024 series has so far featured conversations with: Mary Baird Ord Valley Aboriginal Health Service - OVAHS, Tevita Naroba, Tanya Hill, Marcel Sithole Marra Worra Worra, Maree Cutler-Naroba, Terry Bin Busu Gelganyem, Lynda Edwards Financial Counselling Australia, and Destiny Dewis First Nations Foundation. Money Talks is a collaboration between Kimberley Birds & Waringarri Media. It is brought to you with the support of service providers and other experts in the field, and is proudly sponsored by Wunan Foundation. It's heard all around Australia on NIRS - National Indigenous Radio Service Radio Goolarri Ngaarda Media 6dby Larrkardi Radio Wangki Yupurnanupurru Radio PAKAM - Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media.

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SPREAD THE WORD – MEDIA & ADMIN TRAINEES WANTED! Are you interested in media and aged 16 to 30? We can fully train you in radio, video production, photography and other multimedia platforms. We also need a part-time admin trainee to help us around the office, accounts and record keeping. No experience is needed for these positions. We will mentor and train you to work with us for as many days as you can work – flexible, well-paid roles. FIND OUT more on our website, pop in and see us, or call on 08 9168 2214. LINK - https://waringarrimedia.org.au/we-are-hiring-media-admin-trainees/ Job Pathways Kununurra PCYC East Kimberley College North Regional TAFE Wunan Foundation.

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JOIN Natasha Short for a conversation with Mary Baird, Interim CEO of Ord Valley Aboriginal Health Service - OVAHS – 11am TODAY. Mary tells us about her money and leadership journey with some great insights on how best to manage money and grow the wealth of local people. Mary & Natasha also discuss what they see as a current leadership vacuum across the Kimberley, and offer suggestions on how we can create pathways for the next crop of Indigenous leaders. HEAR the discussion 11am today on Waringarri Radio - LIVE Streamed https://waringarrimedia.org.au/ Also 6pm on Radio Goolarri & PAKAM - Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media, 11am-12 Wed on 6dby Larrkardi Radio, 6pm Wed on NIRS - National Indigenous Radio Service, Ngaarda Media on Saturdays from 9-10am, and others. Money Talks is a partnership with Kimberley Birds and is kindly sponsored by Wunan Foundation. ALL EPISODES can be found on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/5yEY2qvlbT8ActEy3YTTcC?si=c815675bd5ae4f1f

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Tom Davidson and Jason Davern talking local sport with Tim Lees joining on the phone. Tim reveals that he's coming up to cover the EKFL Grand Finals on Waringarri Media in August!

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Our sponsors and partners

Waringarri Media receives core funding from the Commonwealth Government through NIAA – The National Indigenous Australians Agency. However, to be able to grow and innovate, train, mentor and hire more local people, we need to find other sources of funding. Please check out our Sponsorship Packages on offer and come partner with us so we can grow together in serving our local community.

We are extremely grateful for the support of our current funders and partners listed below.