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	PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO A BURST FIRE HYDRANT IN THE BUILDING FROM WHICH WOW-FM
        BROADCASTS, THE BUILDING HAS BEEN FLOODED AND ALL LIVE-TO-AIR PROGRAMS HAVE BEEN 
	CANCELLED UNTIL FUTHER NOTICE -POSSIBLY A MINIMUM THREE WEEKS FROM TODAY (15/12/17).
	MARK AND ALL HIS HELPERS WISH ALL OUR LISTENERS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A
	HAPPY NEW YEAR.
	MARK'S RADIO SHOW IS HEARD ON WOW-FM 100.7 ON TUESDAY NIGHTS FROM 7PM TO 9PM.
	Requests are played in the second hour of the show.
			
	LISTEN "LIVE" THROUGH YOUR COMPUTER FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD:
	WOW-FM broadcasts "live" on the World Wide Web. You can listen 
	to Mark's radio show from anywhere, however you can only hear Mark's show 
	between 7pm and 9pm on Tuesday nights. 
	Just calculate your local time equivalent to 7pm (Sydney, 
	Australia time) on Tuesday nights. Click on the green "Listen Live" 
	button on the left-hand side of your screen, and wait a short time 
	for the Internet streaming to activate. 
	You can contact Mark at the studio by telephone during his show on 
	+61 2 98331444 or email anytime: markrgould@bigpond.com 
	Prizes offered on the program are available to all listeners world-wide. 
	Take a trip back in time by clicking on "Previous Feature 45s", 
	and browse through the pages of selected original 45rpm record LABELS 
	scanned from Mark's collection. Each week another label is added. 
	More records are also added to this website on a weekly basis.
	
	COMPETITION WINNERS IN THE LAST SIX MONTHS:
	Matthew Crane (St. Kilda, Victoria), Ken Stacey (Cranebrook), James Wood 
	(Blacktown), Barry Chapman (Burwood), Jenny Perreira (Quakers Hill), 
	Allison Flower (Runaway Bay, Queensland), Marjorie Fowler (St. Clair), 
	Norm Vincent (Laurieton), Murray Cook (Ballina), Ray Templeton (Allambie 
	Heights), Ken Anderson (Werrington County), Hank Brasz (Mount Druitt), 
	Robert Allanson (Hazelbrook), Lloyd Baird (Kiama), Christine Deravanesian 
	(Quakers Hill), John Coombs (Glenhaven), Dick Lipscombe (Werrington County), 
	Lorien Navarro (Pasay, Manila, The Philippines), Jim Clarke (Emu Plains), 
	John Wethered (Seven Hills).