Chanukah on air

December 19, 2014 by J-Wire Staff
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Melbourne Jewish radio station J-AIR will broadcast Chanukah festivities directly from Glen Eira Park on Sunday.

Robert Bontschek at work

Robert Bontschek at work

Station manager Robert Bontschek told J-Wire: “Many of the stations presenters will be showcasing their shows allowing the park audience and the radio audience to listen in.”

J-Air provides over 45 hours per week of live shows brought to air by more than 30 producers and presenters. J-AIR also offers Yiddish, Hebrew and Russian programming.

Bontschek received this year’s JCCV Community Services Award for his contribution in founding J-AIR. The Award recognizes Robert’s effort in creating J-AIR and building it to where it now stands today, as Australia’s only Jewish Community Radio station, broadcasting 24/7 to, Melbourne listeners on 87.8Fm, Australian listeners and the world via the internet.

Nothing Left is a highlight of the week on J-AIR and is the only radio program in Australia that advocates a positive message for Israel. Michael Burd and Alan Freeman will be broadcasting Nothing Left from the park from 5pm with special guest John Michael-Howson. There will be other programs of music and entertainment presented live from the park.

Tune in, visit us at the 87.8Fm in Melbourne


One Response to “Chanukah on air”
  1. Joseph Bonavia says:

    Studio looks good but the cable tray needs to be covered with a piece of ply. It is not professional to leave it in its current state Baaab.

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