Recent Posts

  • Legally Speaking

    Hello everybody I am Adam Hornsey a barrister and solicitor practicing here in WDUB. Schooled in the Great Southern, and at the Australian National University in Canberra. And with many years experience at the Australian Taxation Office, in the tertiary education sector, and a sole practitioner, I endeavour to answer any legal queries you may have on my program 'Legally Speaking', broadcast fortnightly on Mondays at midday. In addition to discussing the law, Legally Speaking touches on greater issues of justice in the community, and from a practical point of view, with interviews with a range of guests including local police, those who run drug and alcohol rehabilitation, those who offer legal services free or at low cost to the community, to professionals who are involved in transfer of property, to individuals involved in public education campaigns. Listeners are welcome to call to ask a legal question of me or guests during the program, or by email using the contact form on the menu bar or phone between broadcasts.  

  • Bethel’s Magic Mix

    Hi Everybody Bethel here. Im in the seat from 6pm until 8pm keeping you company each Thursday evening. I am originally from Alabama a southeastern U.S. state situated between Mississippi and Georgia. I grew up there and had no intention of leaving the States, but fate had a different idea when I met my wife on the Internet. My wife who was originally from Manchester England had settled in WDUB Western Australia, so I Packed my bags  and moved to WDUB in 2003. Music has always been a part of my life so in 2005 I became involved in WDUB Community Radio. I have never missed a beat, so am now having my 10th anniversary at the station. I still love what I’m doing and hope to be doing it for many years to come. Of course I do have favourite bands and singers which include The Band, The Counting Crows and of course Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac. having said that I like most all music from the 1970’s when I was a teenager growing up.  

  • Pete’s Morning Mix

    I was born and raised in the big smoke, that is Perth.  I was an only child in a loving household with a home filled with music.  The music I remember from my childhood was varied but I have fond memories of the Crooners.  People like Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin were never far from the turntable.  Hitting the teen years my music tastes started to change.  A defining moment was watching the Paul Hogan show when his musical guests Skyhooks appeared.  The outfits and the music struck a chord and I was hooked, forgive the pun.  Countdown on the ABC saw me at home every Sunday evening glued to the screen. Sadly my personal musical talent was restricted to a very bad triangle player.  Through my teen years my music collection grew and incorporated a wide variety of genres and eras. Commencing on Community Radio on the 1st January 2014 has truly rekindled my love for music.  I like nothing better than finding some music that I have never heard before, be that from any era or genre, and being instantly smitten.  My music taste today is centred on, but not exclusively, for a song that tells a story.  A track that makes me think, maybe even challenges my thinking or makes me want to be a better person.  I like most genres of music with modern country my favourite through to folk, pop, vintage cafe, soft rock, and with classical being my least favourite. I like to present a show based around a theme, as that suits my unique personality as well as presenting me a challenge to fill three hours with music, quotes, facts and jokes based around that theme. If you have a great idea for a theme I am very open to your suggestions.  Please email me below with your ideas and I will be sure to give it serious consideration.  I welcome all calls be they encouraging or constructive criticism. I look forward to the future, developing my on air skills, finding new music, keeping you informed of Community activities and hopefully putting a smile on your face. Cheers Pete.

  • Country Noongar Program

    The Country Noongar Program can be heard through WDUB Western Australia on 100.9fm every second Tuesday afternoon from 5-6pm. You can also  listen live on the Internet at
    The program started on the Albany Community Radio in October 2010. Members of the Aboriginal Noongar community in Albany worked and trained together to set up the program and get it started. The Country Noongar Program is about sharing, connecting and strengthening people through stories. We promote local Aboriginal activities in the Great Southern, yarn to service providers, entertainers, community members, and whoever is interested in having a yarn with us! We are not shy when it comes to talking with entertainers, actors, musicians and local community members; our program is a slice of heaven when we present to our listener what our audience needs. Our program highlights health and wellbeing and the most important of all just sit down and relax. We enjoy having a laugh, a yarn and bringing people to the listener. More than 100 people have shared time with us on our program. We want you to tune in and listen to what we have to share.

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25 Baker Street, Albany, Western Australia 6330.
Phone: (08) 9020 2338