The Friday Night Request Show
At goRadio.Live, we love interacting with our audience and so we have established our Friday Night Request Show. The program is presented between 8:00pm and midnight on the first Friday night of each month. When that clashes with another appointment, we move the program to the next night - the Saturday evening.
The next Friday Night Request Show is scheduled for Friday 2 Rocktober 2020.
Please feel free to get in touch with Neil at hellogoradio.live or SMS / WhatsApp at 0499 9 RADIO (0499 972 346) for more information.
How do I listen / participate on the night?
goRadio.Live broadcasts 24 hours a day and 7 days a week - for most of that time, it is back-to-back-to-back-to-back classic hits throughout the day and night, very limited advertising (a couple of ads at the top of each hour) and except during special events like this one, no announcers either.
You can listen at any time via this web site on your mobile device or computer (just click on the Listen Live button in the top menu) or better still, download the FREE app from the App Store or Google Play and listen that way. Even Alexa knows how to "Play Go Radio Dot Live" if you ask her nicely.
During the Friday Night Request Show, the best way to get in contact is via SMS / WhatsApp at 0499 9 RADIO (0499 972 346).
Shout Out and Song Request Form
Requests made on the form below will be for Friday 2 Rocktober 2020.
Please understand that we will be limiting the requests to one per person to give everyone a fair chance. There'll also be a limit of 25 requests in total to ensure that we fit everybody's shoutout into the program - first in, best dressed. This time, in keeping with our Rocktober theme, all songs must have charted between 1974 and 1985.
If you want to make contact with Neil in the studio during the event, your best bet is to send through an SMS or WhatsApp message to 0499 9 RADIO (0499 972 346). Emails to hellogoradio.live and comments on our social media will also be monitored but we can't guarantee that they will get noticed during the program ... there's only so much one person can do!