Welcome to OAK FM 101.3

Community Radio from Wangaratta, Victoria

Big Carl & Joanne at our monthly fundraising BBQ

Welcome to North East Victoria and Southern NSW community radio station. We play many genres of music from old classics to today’s hit and promote local artists to give them the opportunity to be on the air.

OAK FM is also proud to bring you live local football & netball broadcasts. So whether it is tuning in for the Aussie Rules Footy, netball or local sports updates or listening to some of our amazing local muso’s, you are sure to be entertained at OAK FM.


60’s never looked so good…..OAK 101.3 CLASSIC FM

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😜AK 101.3 CLASSIC FM…..OMG…remember them

Bay City Rollers Feat. Les McKeown Greatest Hits Tour this July
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No need to say more…..The KING…….😜AK FM

“With this film, I got to go deeper into the vault.”

Director Thom Zimny offers an inside look at Elvis Presley: The Searcher, premiering April 14 on HBO

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The boys are back at it …..

Setting a furious pace last night……

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Coz over 40’s listen to the radio as well…..😜

Smokie – Living Next Door To Alice (1977)

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Thanks to those businesses showing interest in sponsoring OAK FM for 2018 Football & Netball season. All enquiries to OAK FM on 57221569 or John our sales rep 0405161814. Keep our sport in the community ….😜

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Oak Fm 101.3 shared Marking Time‘s post.

40 years ago, Australia’s Skyhooks issued their "Guilty Until Proven Insane" album. Their new guitarist Bob Spencer added a tougher, hard rock edge, but their trademark naughtiness was still much in evidence with tracks such as "Why Don’t You All Get **cked" causing no end of conniptions. The first single was the instant classic "Women In Uniform", which was later covered by Iron Maiden of all bands! Another roof raiser was "Hotel Hell" which was used on the Fox reality TV show of the same name. After this album, Shirley Strachan followed Red Symons out the door and while the rest of the band soldiered on they couldn’t recapture the magic of their heyday and called it quits at the end of 1980. They reformed just three years later for a triumphant national tour with the original lineup, but that’s a story for another day.

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Expression of interest for any businesses who would like to sponsor OAK FM for the 2018 Ovens & Murray Football/Netball season. Very competitive rates and high exposure.
Please call the studio on 57221569.

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