Tune in every weekday morning to PBS to hear the most eclectic and diverse range of music programming available anywhere in the known universe.

Milo Eastwood and Claire Dickson present the Breakfast Spread with a mix of PBS regulars, special guests and some of Australia’s leading musicians. Tune in every morning to hear an eclectic selection of styles, sounds and genres to keep you company as you stumble out of bed, head off to work, pack the kids' lunches or arrive home after the night shift.

Pop the coffee pot on, and settle in for The Breakfast Spread every Monday to Friday from 6am – 9am on PBS 106.7FM or streaming at pbsfm.org.au

News

Mon 16 Oct 2023 to Sun 22 Oct 2023

Maple Glider’s much anticipated second album, I Get Into Trouble, is this week’s PBS Feature Album.

On the LP, Maple Glider - the moniker of singer-songwriter Tori Zietsch - delves back into her Christian childhood; explores her relationship to her body; consent; shame; and the death of relationships, both romantic and familial. But it’s also hopeful - there is new life, new love, and the desire to reconnect and find peace with it all. The majority of songs are performed on acoustic guitar - the exceptions being the slinky 'Two Years' and lockdown lullaby 'Scream'.

Mon 9 Oct 2023 to Sun 15 Oct 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is A Free Blowing Wind from 7-piece heavy-groove-combo The Seven Ups.

A Free Blowing Wind takes you on an abstruse journey into the darker fringes of instrumental music, drifting from funk to spiritual jazz and through to psychedelic fuzz rock. The Seven Ups are your soundtrack to the dance floor at the end of the world. 

Thu 5 Oct 2023 to Tue 31 Oct 2023

Fellow community radio station SYN is at risk of disappearing after 20 years of platforming young people’s voices across Melbourne, Geelong and the country.

Despite the efforts to keep up with the already catastrophic hit the station took in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, inflation and an unexpected loss of core funding from the state government, they have now turned to their cash reserves – funds which can only support them for so long. 

Mon 2 Oct 2023 to Sun 8 Oct 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is Australia Stops, the fifth full-length studio album by Sydney Northern Beaches band C.O.F.F.I.N. 

Sun 1 Oct 2023 to Tue 31 Oct 2023

Everyone that joined or renewed their PBS membership during our October Spring Celebration membership drive went in the draw to win one of three great prizes - and the winners have just been announced!

1st prize: Luka from Brunswick, proud member to What the Folk! 
Luxury vineyard accommodation package from Mount Avoca Organic Winery

Mon 25 Sep 2023 to Sun 1 Oct 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is Holding Pattern by multi-instrumentalist Hannah Cameron. 

Mon 18 Sep 2023 to Sun 24 Sep 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is All Things Shining from Rings Around Saturn.

Mon 11 Sep 2023 to Sun 17 Sep 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is Black Classical Music, the debut solo album by multi-instrumentalist Yussef Dayes.

Widely recognised as one of the most electrifying live performers of his generation, watching the South London-raised producer, composer and drummer perform is an exhilarating combo of technical prowess, intensity and emotion – leaving audiences in no doubt as to the role of rhythm in channelling spiritual energy. 

Mon 4 Sep 2023 to Sun 10 Sep 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is The Shores of Infinity, the fourth album by 9-piece spiritual jazz group Menagerie. 

Menagerie is the Melbourne-based Jazz ensemble founded by producer, songwriter, guitarist, DJ and recording artist Lance Ferguson, who is also the driving force behind The Bamboos, Lanu, Rare Groove Spectrum and Machines Always Win. 

Tue 29 Aug 2023

We are pleased to present the PBS FM Strategic Plan 2023 – 2027.