Brad Geier


more info coming soon.

Geoff Anderson

Business Manager

Get the word out there on KLFM by contacting Geoff.
He will sit with you and sort out an advertising plan.

Nicko On The Bizzo


Ian "NICKO" Nicholls, came to KLFM in the year 2000 after a long career in commercial radio and a short stint at the ABC Bendigo.

Recruited by Brad Geier to do Breakfast on KLFM, that gig lasted 9 years before Nicko retired to Surf coast in 2009.

But the lure of KLFM and its great programming saw Nicko return in 2013, to the point where he now full time Monday to Friday at 9AM.

AND Saturday morning at 6 with a World of country.


Mike Tobin


Mike presents the Drive time show Monday, Tues, Wed & Thursday evenings from 5-7pm. Every 3rd month he presents the Irish show.
Mike Tobin’s interest in electronics began at the very young age of 10, with his first foray into theory of high power mercury-vapour rectifier and thyratron gas-filled tubes used as a high-power electrical switching controlled rectifier.
Mike has since clocked up decades in the community broadcasting sector as an accredited trainer, KLFM Senior Technician and founding member of both Technorama Board and the CBAA Technical Standing Committee and board member of the Community Broadcasting Association of Victoria (CBAV),and an active member of the local Amateur Radio club, BAREC.

Brett Dunlop


more info coming soon.

Daryl O'Brien


more info coming soon.

David Kippen


Sundays Thanks for the Memories

more info coming soon.

Graeme Knight


more info coming soon.

Wally Smilie


Tony Fittock


more info coming soon.

Dr Jules


"Track of the Blues" started it's life back in 1982 on what was then 3CCC at Harcourt railway station. Over the past 35 years Dr Jules has strived to present an entertaining and informative show of Blues, R & B and a little bit of Soul now on Community Radio KLFM.

Covering blues from the 30's to current and contemporary blues artists you're sure to find something to tickle your fancy down at the Doctor's.

Bill Murray


After 38 years in PMG/Telstra, mostly with their satellite service, and some years as an Electorate Officer, Bill’s use-by date expired.  Apart from 2QN’s DJ for a Day competition in 1971, Bill hadn’t thought much about radio, but with his interest in community service, KLFM offered an opportunity.  Bill is enjoying learning and hopes his music brightens everyone’s day.

Trevor Hyland


more info coming soon.

David Chislett


David’s first interest in radio was in 1962, when he got his first transistor for his 11th birthday.
Big hits of the time were 
Teeny by Johnny Chester
Devil in disguise by Elvis
Telstar by the Tornadoes, among many others.
David listened to 3UZ in Melbourne with DJ’s like Lap Lap, Alan Lappin, Don Lunn and Stan the Man, Stan Rofe.
Some years later David got together with two friends and presented a show called “The Vault”  A 1960’s program on 3CR.
Then in 1975, playing 45’s featuring mainly Aussie releases with some overseas artists.
These were also Saturday nights, alternating with presenters.
When David retired and moved to Bendigo, he heard about KLFM, where he is now able to present a similar program called Kommotion Club, 10pm on Saturday nights.

Pam Taylor

Over Night Country

more info coming soon.

Ian Kimpton

Just Beautiful Music

more info coming soon.

Russ Street

Russ Street started in radio just before his 15th birthday at 2KM Kempsey on the NSW north coast. At one stage he was the youngest announcer in radio, playing music he probably still plays today at KLFM so many years later! He has worked for a number of stations in Australia, New Zealand and in the United States as well as combining a career in TV as a reporter and presenter. He has worked as a political adviser, in communications and even sang in country clubs but his first love has always been radio. He says KLFM takes him back to a great time and he enjoys working with the team at the station and although he is a passionate dog lover, especially Charlie, his black cocker spaniel, he is being won over my the station cat!


Brian Kemp


Brian's commitment is to  create revenue, to help the station to grow, and offer continual great programming for the listeners.
To introduce all businesses to our audience, to enable the businesses to grow and to be profitable, whilst giving the listeners the opportunity to enjoy the best products and services available within the region

Mark Coombes





Brian Carney

A Taste of Jazz

Brian has always been interested in a wide range of music, from classical through to contemporary styles, with a particular interest in Mainstream Jazz.

Since retiring from Optometry, Brian enjoyed putting together a broad Jazz program on Tuesday evenings from 7pm til 9pm as part of the Tuesday night line-up.

Graeme Turpie

Juke Box

Bendigo-born Graeme Turpie began his media career as a panel operator on radio 3BO in 1956 for such announcers as Russ Pilley and Ken Jalland, and was also a transcription-clerk (logging in all the large recorded radio serials/shows etc to be played at certain times, then either destroyed or sent on to other stations for future playing).

Within two years he swapped to the newsroom and trained as a journalist, making that his main career..   Over more than 50 years gathering, writing and presenting the news, he has worked in radio (2AY, ABC, Radio Australia, Macquarie newswire-3AW, 3DB, 3BO, Star-FM, 3CV) newspapers (Bendigo Advertiser, Herald and Weekly times, independent publications) and television (HSV-7) but his favorite medium is radio.   So after some “full-time retirement” (traveling, looking after grand kids, walking the dogs etc ) he was lured back to radio on KLFM with the promise of unlimited cups of tea and coffee, the occasional sausage roll, access to the station’s great record library for the Tuesday and Wednesday midday jukeboxes, and have the station cat Bonnie’s help in sub-editing local news bulletins. 

Grant McMaster

The Grant McMaster Show

"Although still a young man, Grant McMaster has spent many years working in radio, television and the print media and plans to keep on doing it until he gets it right because he is hoping shortly to become an overnight sensation.


He is currently presenting his KLFM program at 3 p.m on Saturday afternoon.

Even though he has had many requests , he is going to continue to do the program anyway.

Thank you very much. "

Lisa Claxton

A Drop of Irish

When KLFM were granted their full time license, so began A Drop of Irish, and it’s been going ever since with lots of very loyal listeners, who regularly phone in with their Irish requests!  We enjoy some wonderful traditional Irish music, some fun facts about Irish people and their contributions to our world, and the occasional interview with Irish artists coming our way.  

Hosting A Drop of Irish is something completely different from other things I do, Kindergarten teaching, singing on the worship team at church, among other commitments, but it’s something I really enjoy doing on a Monday night from 7-9pm- thanks for your company!