We provide wonderful music from those golden years of radio (1940's to 1980's). We also tell you what is happening in the local community. Find out more about us by exploring our website via the navigation menu on the top of the page.
If you have a comment to make about the music that we play, or the way that we operate, then we would like to hear from you.
We appreciate your feedback, which enables us to continue to improve and keep up with your expectations. All you have to do is to go to
our Feedback page.
Our Testimonials page records what other listeners have to say.
Our Capital Trooper Certificate is something that you may wish to obtain if your younger child or grandchild listens regularly to Capital Community Radio. All you need to do is complete this
request form on their behalf, and we will do the rest.
(Please note: Generally, Capital Troopers are between 4 and 12 years old.)
Podcasts and Interviews
Listen to popular interviews and podcasts of programmes previously broadcast, including all 52 episodes of the serialisation of Ae Fond Kiss by Capital Radio Productions, which can be heard here.
Supporting Capital Community Radio
Capital Community Radio is run entirely by volunteers and depends on grants, donations and membership subscriptions for its operation.
Your donation will help us continue to bring you the music you love to hear, and can be made by PayPal, Credit or Debit Card using the following secure button:
For details about how you can become a member of Capital Community Radio, or how to renew your Membership, please see our How you can help page.
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Streaming service difficulties
We apologise to those wishing to listen to either of our streaming services using the buttons at the top of this page on an Apple iPhone, iPad or Mac computer and finding the service not working. We also apologise to anyone unable to hear us via the Tune-in app and web site. Urgent efforts are being made to restore these facilities.
In the meantime, you may wish to use an alternative app developed by The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia. It’s called Community Radio Plus and is available to download from Google Play or the App Store.