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Wake up Eyre Peninsula with Good Morning EP! Local news and interviews all morning long plus a great sound track to help you start your day. Monday to Friday 6am until 9am.

BC Speaks with Mark Borlace about Electric cars and their arrival on the EP
#420
Last Monday at 10:11 PM


Emma Gale - Our Town Cummins Grand Opening
#419
10/13/2021


What's on in Cowell with Allan 13-10
#418
10/13/2021


BC chats with Max Coulson about the Cummins SES Recruitment drive.
#417
10/11/2021


This Week In The News - 8 October
#416
10/07/2021

Facebook, borders and a missing searcher... yes, you read that last one right... with Gord this week.


What's On Across the Lower EP
#416
10/07/2021

Julie is back with a list a mile long from Coffins to Cummins and all in betwee.


What's On In Streaky Bay
#416
10/07/2021

Suzie has an update on sport, art, fitness and a RODEO!


SA Tennis All Stars
#415
10/06/2021

Port Lincoln Tennis Association's Julie Polkinghorne chatted with Keith this morning about some great tennis action happening this Saturday at the Lincoln tennis courts as part of SA's biggest competition.


Dr Nathan Lam
#414
10/06/2021

Keith caught up this morning with Nathan Lam, a Streaky Bay GP who was recently announced as a Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners Award winner, and discussed his goals and how he relaxes away from the office.

IMAGE: drnathanlam.com.au


Keith's Opinion - ICAC
#413
10/04/2021

Keith is on board with the changes made by the SA Parliament to ICAC, but are you?


This Week In History - 5 October
#413
10/04/2021

Carly Simon makes the list this week, as does the theatre, and even a mention of Captain Cook!


What's On In Kimba
#412
09/30/2021

Kerri's back with updates on the wellness weekend and museum after a big Kimba Show.


This Week In the News - 1 October
#412
09/30/2021

Gord has updates on the Crows, traffic management ideas and council rates.


The EP Hydrogen Hub
#411
09/30/2021

Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey has news on what could be the next big industry on the EP.


Council Rates Across SA
#410
09/28/2021

The EP is home to the Council with the second lowest rates in SA, and Franklin Harbour Mayor Robert Walsh explains how Council can deliver while keeping the rates down.


Play Cricket Month
#409
09/27/2021

James Allsopp from Cricket Australia tells us all we need to know about how to get involved in cricket this summer.


Keith's Opinion - The ANZAC Curriculum
#408
09/27/2021

Keith is unimpressed with the idea of contesting ANZAC Day.

Do you agree with Keith?


This Week In History - 27 September
#408
09/27/2021

A bit of music and movies this week with Lars.


What's on in Wudinna
#407
09/23/2021

Craig's back to give us an update on everything leading up to Christmas.


This Week In the News - 24 September
#407
09/23/2021

It's nuclear subs, it's the Brownlow, it's dancing this week with Gord.


Port Lincoln Museum Trail
#406
09/23/2021

Lee Clayton fr4om the Port Lincoln RSL Museum chatted with Keith about the new museum trail and how to follow it.


The EP and SA Trade
#405
09/22/2021

SA Trade Minister Stephen Patterson joined Keith to discuss how the EP is helping SA's exports bottom line in new markets.


Peak Grain Acreage
#405
09/22/2021

Do we need even more farmland on the EP? Or in Australia? Perhaps!


This Week In History - 20 September
#404
09/19/2021

Paul McCartney was supposedly dead, lazy rooftop workers and a new breakfast location among others things with Lars this week.


Keith's Opinion - Dancing in pubs
#404
09/19/2021

Keith reckons it's a better idea to deal with dancing restrictions in pubs before discussing borders in December.

Should dancing be allowed in pubs and clubs again?


What's On in Cleve
#403
09/16/2021

Melanie is our newbie and she's got updates on summer sport and lots of other things around Cleve!


What's On in Cowell
#403
09/16/2021

Allan Zerna has a huge list for us coming out of Franklin Harbour.


This Week In the News - 17 September
#403
09/16/2021

Sorry Port fans, even Mark McGowan is getting stuck in this week!

As for Steven Marshall.... wow.


Agricultural Land Values
#402
09/16/2021

Farmers have been doing it tough, but ANZ's Mark Bennett has some good news on the agricultural front.


Stop Your Pet's Itch
#401
09/14/2021

Keith chatted with Chantelle McGowan from Royal Canin about a new food to help stop those nasty itches, and the best part it's available locally on the EP!


Jobseekers and Drivers Licences
#400
09/14/2021

Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey chatted with Keith this morning about how jobseekers without licences are benefitting from a new federal government policy.


Keith's Opinion - GST
#399
09/13/2021

If we're all in this together, why is WA cashing in while SA is struggling?

Keith's not happy with WA's rivers of gold.

Should SA be getting more?


This Week In History - 13 September
#399
09/13/2021

Ted Mulry gets a run this week with Lars, and it seems we have finally identified the exact straw!


What's On In Tumby
#398
09/10/2021

Movies and footy are the focus this month with Amy.


This Week In the News - 10 September
#398
09/10/2021

Gord gives us the latest on a police car being kicked, a dream job and how we all scream for ice cream!


What's On Across the Lower EP
#397
09/08/2021

Julie is back to discuss the mountain of things happening this month from Coffins to Cummins and everywhere in between.


R U OK?
#397
09/08/2021

On this very important day, Keith caught up with The Black Dog Institute's Wayne Wigham to discuss his experiences with mental health concerns, and how to handle them.


Coffin Bay Phone Trial
#396
09/07/2021

Keith chatted this morning with the NBN's Chris Cusack about the upcoming NBN phone trial, and how Coffin Bay residents can benefit from it.


Arthritis Australia
#395
09/07/2021

Jonathan Smithers, the CEO of Arthritis Australia, joined Keith this morning to discuss the latest in arthritis treatments which will make life just a bit easier.


Keith's Opinion - Karens
#394
09/06/2021

Keith has a bee in his bonnet about Karens... but it's not what you think.