Program Schedule

Download PDF Version
On Air : Listen

Freak out for Fright Fest VR

Monday 28th October / presented by Tom Reynolds

Fancy hanging out with Pennywise in the Derry sewers this Halloween?

Palace Cinemas and Frame VR will be hosting Australia's first virtual reality horror film festival this week. Featuring ghouls and ghosts from major franchises to indie productions, the good old fashioned jump scare has literally taken on a whole new (terrifying) dimension.

Frame VR's Justin McArdle stopped by the studio to chat with Tom about the festival, as well as some of the new possibilities of VR.

Tags In This Story

All live musical performances are included in our podcasts with the express permission of artists, who reserve all other rights in their music. All music used in our podcasts is licensed under an APRA Community Broadcasting license agreement.

Latest Stories

This Dick’s Got New Tricks

Tuesday 21st January

This Dick’s Got New Tricks

Tim Motley, has already made an impact in the world of Fringe, winning 12 fringe festival […]

Game Changing

Tuesday 21st January

Game Changing

2020 brings with it new season of AWFL This year ushers in the introduction of a […]

Living the Material World Orchestra Fantasy

Tuesday 21st January

Living the Material World Orchestra Fantasy

With a strong start in 2019, Material World Orchestra return in the new year with a new single. Fantasy […]

The Man Who Loves Everything: Episode 10

Tuesday 21st January

The Man Who Loves Everything: Episode 10

The Man Who Loves Everything is back and spreading joy in his wake. His name is […]

Continuation of Catastrophe

Monday 20th January

Continuation of Catastrophe

Even with some of the weather conditions turning in the nation’s favour, Australia’s bushfire catastrophe rages […]

Fringe’s Oldstock

Monday 20th January

Fringe’s Oldstock

Fringe World 2020 is with bringing with the performance of Oldstock, as comedians Leonie Clarke and Gill […]

The Outlook of Scottish Independence

Monday 20th January

The Outlook of Scottish Independence

In December, the Scottish National Party saw significant gains in the UK general election, maintaining a […]

Fringe: A Beast of a performance!

Monday 20th January

Fringe: A Beast of a performance!

At the helm of Perth Fringe’s first production of Beast is transgender performer Krishna Istha. They […]