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BayFMers Rasela Torise and Lealah Shostak have worked with Brisbane-based Redbank Plains State Highschool teacher Ines Louisa, to teach the students of 8B how to create their own podcast.
Your local independent media have joined forces to host Richmond: Meet the Candidates on Monday, 16 May 2022, in the Byron Theatre from 6 pm.
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Byron Shire’s own and only radio station is gearing up for a major fundraiser to help save BayFM. The campaign is called Raise Your Voice.
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Broadcast live every week on BayFM, Activista helps you be a better activist at a time when the world needs you most.
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“Waking Dreams” will be the theme for Burning Man's much anticipated 2022 event. Dreams and surrealism have always played a part in the Burning Man experience.
BayFM's Ange Kent interviewed Tones and I at Splendour in the Grass about birthing her career on the streets of Byron Bay.
featuring Monet Shortland (with Rasela Torise)It was Monet’s first time onBay FM’s Community Newsroom when she presented a passionate speech about climate change.One...
Our massive event, Boogie for BayFM on Jan 20, raised nearly $10k for the station as music lovers came together for one unforgettable night of dance music, deep house and disco.
Grab your tickets to our station fundraiser on Saturday 20 January, 5.30pm - midnight at the Byron Theatre and get down and Boogie for BayFM this summer. Our set list is epic!
Grab a ticket or two or twenty to BayFM's Radio Raffle! Prizes will be drawn by Byron's bedazzling boogie babe Mandy Nolan at the Byron Theatre 9pm, January 20.
After a massive 18 years on air, our amazing hosts of Solar Love Machine are hanging up their headphones at BayFM.
Congratulations to Anthony Moulay and Ken Hughes who have been on air continuously since 2002. That’s 2000 hours or 83.33...
Ash Grunwald popped in to the BayFM studios with his National steel guitar to play some tracks off his new album ‘Bluesfest Studio Sessions’.
Our annual celebration of celluloid (is that still a thing?) kicks off this Friday (Oct. 20) with ten days of films, talks and entertainment.
Above: Imbi Davidson, Northern Rivers Community Gallery Coordinator and Market Co-producer The Ballina Contemporary Art Market will occupy the creative...
The daughter of indigenous rights activist Charlie Perkins, Rachel emphasised that voting Yes would significantly improve the lives of Australian Aboriginal people.