Shows / Announcers
2VM's Breakfast with Cam Fletcher
Weekdays from 6am
Cam joins you for The Breakfast show on 2VM at 6am.
80's rock jock with the number one show in afternoons at 3XY Melbourne and has worked with various radio stations across the globe!
His background also extends to music! appearing in a music video with Garth Brooks and preforming at the Tamworth Country Music Festival!
Come join the fun at breakfast, he might even give away some cash.
The John Laws Show
Weekdays from 9am
John Laws is the undisputed ‘King’ of Talkback Radio, afterall he’s been doing it for 55 years. John cuts thru the political spin and asks the hard questions, often unsettling politicians. If it’s news, information, entertainment and talkback you’re after, there is only one choice, John Laws.
Rural News Hour
Thanks to Grainland Moree - Weekdays from 12 noon
Weekdays from noon catch 2VM's Rural New Hour. With a comprehensive weather update from the BOM, the latest rural news, stock prices and more!
Afternoon's with Steve
Weekdays from 1pm
Join Steve McPhereson weekdays from 1pm to 3pm on 2VM's afternoon music show. Call up for Steve's Shout on 6751 8155 to hear your favourite hits from over the years. Plus plenty of local talk and interviews!
Weekdays from 3pm
Join Graeme Hughes, Gavin Robertson, Peter Tunks and Brett Papworth for the only drive time sports show. Get involved with the discussion, chat about the games from the weekend or anything to do with your favourite sporting code. Call the boys on 13 12 69.
Talk Tonight with Graeme Gilbert
Weeknights from 7pm
Talk Overnight is your perfect companion into the small hours of the morning. Whether you’re doing the late shift or simply cannot sleep, enjoy the company of Gary Stewart and ‘Talk Overnight’. Be sure to participate in the discussion on 13 12 69.
Talk Overnight with Gary Stewart
Weeknights from Midnight
Join Talk Tonight for news, views, comment and lots of fun. Graeme states “It’s a show driven by the listeners. After dark radio is a time when people like a more relaxed exchange of ideas and that’s what Talk Tonight offers.” Besides entertaining a large nightly audience, Graeme acknowledges Talk Tonight is the ‘media of trust’ in times of community disruption.”