Sandy Kaye’s A Breath of Fresh Air on your radio

A Breath of Fresh Air is independently produced as a light, bright and breezy mix of new music, music news, interviews and reviews of movies, offerings from the streaming services and events – real and virtual. 

It runs 52 mins, delivered in 3 segments to allow stations to customise for ads and announcements.

Says Sandy, “I’ve been doing guest spots on radio for a number of community and commercial stations for the past few years (after a long and varied career in commercial radio and TV since 1976) and decided to put out the full hour when the lockdown started and stations began to have to deal with holes in programming.

“Gratefully, I have had a fair bit of interest and enthusiasm from quite a few radio stations since then and am definitely interested in keeping it going to reach audiences far and wide.
Here is a blurb about me:

“I’ve been working in the media since I ran away from an Arts/Law degree back in the late 70’s (much to my father’s disgust). I’ve been at the forefront of the news and entertainment world in Australia for more years than I care to admit to and I’m as passionate about radio as I was when I first worked as a newsreader, reporter, producer and presenter. 

“Today I’m busy producing and presenting “A Breath of Fresh Air” weekly for several community and commercial radio stations across Australia. I relish the opportunity to research and collate my favourite pieces of entertainment news for audiences. I enjoy chatting to those making music and entertainment news and I love putting a smile on your face as together we relive some of the best days of our collective youth.”


If your station is interested in accessing A Breath of Fresh Air, you can contact Sandy at [email protected]


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