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


Mon 12 Jun 2023 to Sun 18 Jun 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is Sus Dog, the tenth studio album by Clark. Released on his own burgeoning label Throttle Records, the record was mentored and executive produced by Thom Yorke, who sings and plays bass on the track ‘Medicine’.

Unlike previous LP Playground In A Lake, which turned impending ecological doom into beautiful 
dark art, on Sus Dog Clark often sounds uplifting, albeit in his own inimitable way. 

Mon 5 Jun 2023 to Sun 11 Jun 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is RVG’s highly-anticipated third album, Brain Worms. All throughout the album, it’s apparent that this is a band in very fine form. Album opener ‘Common Ground’ sets the tone for what’s to come; a shiny, thrilling, punch of an album, with all the beloved RVG hallmarks. Romy Vager’s voice is unfiltered and commanding as ever when delivering her clever, not-quite-ironic lyrics. Here, though, those lyrics feel so much less resigned to yearning, and so much more defiant and joyous.

Tue 30 May 2023


Mon 29 May 2023 to Sun 4 Jun 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is So This Is Love, the fifth album by Melbourne powerhouse Cash Savage and the Last Drinks by Mistletone Records via Inertia (Australia/NZ) and Glitterhouse Records (Europe). 

A pillar of Melbourne’s music and queer communities, Cash Savage has spent the past decade making tough and tender rock’n’roll with her colossal band, The Last Drinks: Joe White (guitar), Rene Mancuso (drums), Kat Mear (violin), Nick Finch (bass), Roshan Khozouei (keyboards), Dougal Shaw (guitar) and Ed Fraser (guitar).

Mon 22 May 2023 to Sun 28 May 2023

Check out the list of the top tracks the PBS team are loving this week! Soundtracking the second week of Radio Festival while we're busy packing memberships and prize packs!


RVG - 'Common Ground'

Mon 15 May 2023 to Sun 28 May 2023

Join or renew your PBS Membership between May 15 and 28 to be in the draw for a daily prize pack.

Mon 15 May 2023 to Sun 21 May 2023

Check out the list of the top tracks the PBS team are loving this week! Our soundtrack while we are packing memberships and prize packs for this year's Radio Festival from May 15 - 28!

Mon 8 May 2023 to Sun 14 May 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is Solitary Transmissions by Brown Spirits, the local trio inspired by 1970s krautrock, psych, free-jazz and deep funk. 

Mon 1 May 2023 to Fri 30 Jun 2023

The 2023 Radio Festival Major Prize winners are: 

Mon 1 May 2023 to Sun 7 May 2023

This week's PBS Feature Album is Variables by Alfa Mist, the highly anticipated new album and second release via Anti-. The East London artist, producer and label founder achieves his most fully-realised, expressive musical work to date, coupling his keen ear for looping, memorably emotive piano melodies with intuitive grooves and a free-flowing jazz improvisation.