On “Radio Theatre” throughout May 2023, Radio Mansfield, presents “Driving Me Crazy” by Benalla writer Simone Curtis.

On a hot summer’s day during the school holidays, Casey’s crazy old grandpa is about to take her for a spin in his classic 1974 Datsun 260C … and he has a few surprises in store!

But you can’t keep an old man down … even when you take away his wheels!

“Driving Me Crazy” is made possible thanks to a grant provided by Community Bank Mansfield and District, to support a script writing workshop and script development.

Remember, your banking can make a real difference - community banking is based on a ‘profit-with-purpose’ model, which means profits are reinvested back into the community that has generated them.

So tune in to hear all the fun and find out what happens in “Driving Me Crazy”, broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout May on “Radio Theatre” - right after the three o’clock news.

Sunday 23 April, 11 am to 3 pm

Come and say hello at the Emergency Services Expo on Sunday 23 April at Jamieson Recreation Reserve, Jamieson-Licola Road Jamieson.

It's a fantastic, fun and free day out. Meet Radio Mansfield presenters along with representatives of a host of other organisations and agencies involved with emergency management in our community, including

CFA, SES, Victoria Police, the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), Mansfield Shire, Ambulance Victoria, Game Management Authority, Search and Rescue Dogs Australia, Mansfield Hospital, Goulburn-Murray Water, Red Cross... and more. At 2 pm, there will be a rescue demonstration.

Pizza, coffee and sausage sizzle available to feed your hungry family!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Poster with images of equipment and rescue demonstrations, with details of the expo event planned for Sunday 23 April 2023

This winter, as usual, we are thrilled to be broadcasting GoTafe Goulburn Valley League Seniors Football games through Radio Mansfield.

When the seniors team plays at Mansfield Recreation Reserve, we'll broadcast the game. When our team plays away, you'll hear Radio Mansfield's regular winter programming on 99.7FM and 88.7FM in Tolmie and 90.1FM in Woods Point.

When broadcast, the footy can be heard from 2-5pm.

Broadcast dates

Tune in to Radio Mansfield on these dates at 2pm to hear live football

Round 2, Saturday 8 April
Round 4, Saturday 29 April
Round 6, Saturday 13 May
Round 9, Saturday 10 June
Round 10, Saturday 17 June
Round 12, Saturday 08 July
Round 13, Saturday 15 July
Round 15, Saturday 29 July
Round 18, Saturday 19 August

More fixture information

You can also check all GOTAFE Goulburn Valley League fixtures and ladders for this season.


We'll update this post with the dates of any finals games that will be broadcast through Radio Mansfield as the information becomes available.


Picture by Ken Rainsbury - thank you Ken! Pictured: Mansfield v Benalla Saints, taken ANZAC Day 2022. Patrick Marks holds the ball. Tom Dunstan is the other Mansfield player.

On “Radio Theatre” throughout April 2023, Radio Mansfield presents the second half of our two-part war-time drama - “We’ll Meet Again – Act 6: Home Fires” by Mansfield writer Denise Kramaczuk.

With Elsie back in London after her undercover mission in German-occupied France, she’s given a new task by the Special Operations Executive 

… to visit Chief Engineer James Craig in hospital. Badly injured, he may just hold the key to cracking the Enigma Code. 

And, as it turns out, he may also hold the key to Elsie’s heart!

The drama and intrigue continues in Part Two of our World War Two saga “We’ll Meet Again – Act 6: Home Fires” - broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout April right after the three o’clock news – on Radio Mansfield, 99.7FM, your voice in the high country.

Radio Mansfield has welcomed a new committee of management for 2023. The incoming committee acknowledges the important contribution made by the members of the previous committee. We look forward to continuing to build on their good work. 

To complete our committee, we are looking for a treasurer. The treasurer will be a member of the committee executive and will take on the legal responsibilities of the role, including oversight, regular reporting, and receiving and making payments. The treasurer also has access to bookkeeping assistance, if required. As our treasurer, you can help us continue to serve the local community by contributing just a few hours each month. In return, you will be an important and valued member of our committee of management. have fun, meet new people, and get the satisfaction of knowing you are helping our local community by growing our radio station from strength to strength. 

Our rules allow us to appoint a treasurer without needing to call a special general meeting, so if you’re available now, we’d love to welcome you.  

To find out more, please get in touch with our current treasurer Miriam Zolin on 0407 664 202 or email admin@radiomansfield.org.au to arrange an initial chat.

On “Radio Theatre” throughout March 2023, Radio Mansfield, presents Part One of  “We’ll Meet Again – Act 6: Home Fires” by Mansfield writer Denise Kramaczuk.

We return to our “We’ll Meet Again” saga, following the story of Elsie, working undercover in France and England at the height of World War Two.

Part Six begins as Aussie airmen Jack and Pete fly Elsie, her French grandmother,along with French Resistance fighter Pierre 

and two small orphans over the Channel back to safety in England.

But, with enemy planes ever present, and their landing gear broken, the Aussies have to crash land 

the plane - and their passengers - in a field somewhere near Portsmouth. 

But they’re not out of the woods just yet … 

Find out what surprises await … in Part One of our Two-Part World War Two drama “We’ll Meet Again – Act 6: Home Fires” 

Broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout January on “Radio Theatre” - right after the three o’clock news

On “Radio Theatre” throughout January 2023, Radio Mansfield presents “A Tale of Two Emus” by Mansfield writer Denise Kramarczuk.

It’s holiday fun on the farm as two young boys come to stay with their grandparents at Mansfield … and discover two emus on the property.

There are lots of surprises in store as the boys make new discoveries on the farm … and we also hear what the emus have to say,  as well as some of their other animal friends.

Two new voices make their “Radio Theatre” debut in this delightful tale - young Mansfield siblings Amity and Digby Barber as the boys - and we welcome them and their vocal talents to our ever-growing acting team!

Will the boys help save the day when the steady rain and floods threaten the emu’s nest? 

Find out in our special family-friendly New Year’s radio play “A Tale of Two Emus”,  broadcast every Sunday afternoon throughout January on “Radio Theatre” - right after the three o’clock news

Members of Radio Mansfield Inc are invited to attend our Special General Meeting on Thursday 19 January at 6pm at the Buckland Room, the Buckland Centre in Erril Street.

The purpose of this meeting is to elect a new committee, as we had insufficient nominations to form a committee at our 24 November AGM.

To find out more and register your interest in attending, or to nominate for the committee, please contact our Secretary Lyn Holland by email on secretary@radiomansfield.org.au

Members of Radio Mansfield Inc are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 24 November at 6 pm. To find out more and register your interest in attending please contact our Secretary by email on secretary@radiomansfield.org.au

Join us for a FREE two-day workshop that runs across 2 consecutive Sundays, 5 and 12 February from 10am to 4pm each day. There will be a short break for morning tea and lunch. Tea/coffee and biscuits provided for morning tea. Lunch not provided

The workshop is open to all age groups, whether you are an aspiring writer or have previous experience.

This workshop provides a chance to learn the skills needed to create a 30-minute radio play - of any genre – that can be produced and broadcast on the “Radio Theatre” Sunday afternoon slot on Radio Mansfield.

Topics covered include – Understanding Narration; Character Dialogue and Motivation; Introducing Jeopardy; Script Formatting; Using Sound Effects and Music … and much more.


Mansfield Community Radio’s Original Radio Play Script Development workshops are proudly supported by Community Bank Mansfield & District


Sunday 5 February and Sunday 12 February 2023 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Buckland Room, Community Centre. Erril Street Mansfield Vic 3722

Registrations essential

Book your place www.trybooking.com/CEQMA

Thanks to our valued sponsors

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