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List of shows on SEN

The following is a listing of past and present shows on Australian radio station SEN 1116.

Shows

For all shows, the number to phone for talkback is 9429 1116. The SMS line is 0433 98 1116.

Morning Glory (Monday-Friday 6am-9am)

Morning Glory began in 2004 as the SEN breakfast program and is hosted by Andrew Maher, Billy Brownless and Tim Watson. It was originally hosted by Garry Lyon, Brownless and Watson, but Lyon left the show after 2004 and Maher was brought in.

The show is currently produced by Adam Rowe The theme music used is "Morning Glory" by Oasis.

Segments include:

Themed Quiz Grey Power Billy's Wheel The Great Debate Watto's Waste Game Plan with Grant Thomas

Hungry for Sport

A show running since 2004 by Kevin "KB" Bartlett, Hungry for Sport runs from 9-12 weekdays and is a play on Bartlett's nickname of Hungry.

Regular segments on Hungry for Sport include appearances from Patrick Smith, Greg Denham (chief football writer for The Australian), "Get something off your chest", Tuesdays with Turfy and the "Friday Sports Chat" with Neil Balme and Brian Waldron.

The show is produced by Pat Lyttleton.

The Good Oil

Mark Doran hosts the afternoon slot, called The Good Oil. The theme music is "Afternoons and Coffeespoons" by the Crash Test Dummies.

The Good Oil's name derives from "providing the Good Oil on everything from the world of sport".

On Monday's the Herald Sun's Mark Robinson talks all things football between 1 and 2 as Mondays Expert. On Tuesday's AFL players come into the studio between 1 and 2 for "The Huddle". Wednesday's see Paul Coburn talk all things health and fitness from 1, and Carlos Alberto Diego is in to talk about the round football code from 3:30. "Feature Thursday" from 1 is an hour of in-depth discussion with past and present sporting greats, which in the past have included Shane Gould, Bart Cummings, Sam Newman, Michael Klim.

On Friday from 12-2 Daniel Harford and Rita Panahi come in for Casual Friday.

The show is produced by Mitchell Scott.

The Run Home

The drivetime slot "The Run Home" is hosted by Francis Leach and David Schwarz. The theme music used is "Coming Home" by Alex Lloyd.

Before the pay dispute in 2005, Dermott Brereton was in place of Schwarz since the show's inception in 2004, when the original lineup included Hudson, Brereton and Matthew Hardy.

Main features are the "Prime Movers" with Nathan Buckley and Dermott Brereton and the "Rocket and Robbo Show" with Rodney Eade and Mark Robinson.

The show is produced by Craig Moore

Mark Fine

Mark Fine takes over from 7pm-11pm with the show Evenings with Mark Fine.

Every weekday on 'Evenings', there is the All Sport Super Quiz. It is a 20 question quiz, that tests the sporting knowledge of SEN listeners, where the listener is asked the question after phoning up. If the answer is wrong, you are kicked out, however if you get it right you progress to the next question. Recently, a new feature was added, the "gong question". If the gong goes off, only the person answering questions at the time can win this prize by getting the question right. If they get it wrong, the gong prize jackpots to the next night's quizzes' gong question.

Other features are Team Talk with Gus Smarrini, football operations manager of the Melbourne Storm Dean Lance talking League, the Boxing Show with Barry Michael, Chasing Birdies with Mark Allen, the Ball Tearers with Sean "Kenny" Calendar and TV Freak with Scott Goodings.

All Night Sport (12am - 6am)

Main article: All Night Sport.

One of the more popular shows is the 12am-6am show All Night Sport, featuring Mark Franklin and Brett Phillips.

On Tuesday mornings, [[Troy Zantuck], either Brett or Mark and Steven Milne (journalist) host The Good,Bad and the Ugly.

Saturdays

Hold Ya Horse's(8am-9am)

Hosted by Racing Expert "Fastrack" Ross Flegeltaub who has 17 years of experience in the racing industry, Ross is joined by 15 time group one winning jockey Simon Marshall. The two give you there best bets for upcoming races all over the country.

One Week At A Time (7pm-12)

One Week At A Time airs from 12am - 6am Sunday mornings and is hosted by Mark Franklin & Luke Mather. Regular segments include "The Percentage Game", "Word Association", the famous "Top 5 List", "Fire Up Franka", the "SMS Poll Topic of the Week" and the "Sporting Disappointment of the Week". Regular guests include Martin Booth (UK's Sunday Mirror), Howard Berger (FAN 590 Toronto), John Fineran (Port Charlotte Sun) and Nick Dye. The show also features a regular world football segment with Andrew Mashoian and Tennis updates from Amanda Muzslai.

On the Rise (8am - 11am)

(7am-12pm)Stawell Gift winner in '93 Jason Richardson(radio presenter) and former Australian Rules Footballer Daniel Harford are what you should wake up to on a Sunday morning. "Richo" is always full of energy and "Harf" always ready to talk AFL. Wrapping up all the overnight scores there are many great segments and time for listeners involvement on this show. At around 9:00am the segment "Flogs and Polishes" normally takes place and it is your chance to give a public flogging to those you think deserve to be flogged and a public polish to those you think need to be recognised for there contribution to the week of sport.

The show is produced by Luke O Brien and A-Rod. The show's theme music is Sunday Morning by Maroon 5.

On The Grid (7am-8am)

On The Grid is the only show on commercial radio dedicated to motor racing.

Hosted by Tony Schibecci each week the show covers V8 Supercars, Formula 1, Moto Gp, Superbikes, Rally, Formula 3, Sprint Cars and Drags, etc.... Tony Schibeci is joined by 2004 Australian Superbike and Supersport Champion Adam "Crusty" Furgusson each week to talk to the Drivers and Riders and get their opinion on what is happening in the World Of Motorsport.

Born In The USA (9pm - Midnight)

Hosted by the always entertaining Steve Salisbury and Ed Wyatt. The show was started in September 2005. They are occasionally joined by guests as they discuss all aspects of American sport and pop culture, usually with an edge and a degree of humour. (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and NCAA). In the first hour is the Above the Rim segmant, talking mainly NBL.

The theme music for the show is "Born In The USA" by Bruce Springsteen. The Born in the USA Trivia Challenge is hosted by Steve and his exchanges with the callers make for fantastic listening. The show attracts a variety of callers, many of whom have extensive knowledge and others who want to argue with the hosts.

Some more notable callers are Greg from Caulfield, Steve from Sydney and Luke from East Hawthorn

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