Download our free 104.1 iPhone and iPad app
104.1 Home


Missed your favorite show? Download or listen online to all the best bits.
Breakfast, Tuesday 14 March

LC is back from Japan! How was his holiday? Will he actually talk about sport? And what record does Mel hold in Tassie?

Territory Talk, Tuesday 14 March

Territory Health Minister Natasha Fyles talks with host Peter Butler about the hard-line approach of the federal coalition government planning to ban unvaccinated children from attending early childhood education centres.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 14 March

Territory Attorney General Natasha Fyles talks with host Peter Butler about the government’s review of the Liquor Act.

Territory Talk, Monday 13 March

The independent Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing of onshore unconventional reservoirs in the Northern Territory completed the first stage of its hearings and community consultation sessions in Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Katherine, Darwin and Humpty Doo this week.

APPEA’s SA/ NT Director Matt Doman talks with Peter Butler about his association’s presentation to the latest hearing held in Darwin.

APPEA, the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association, is the peak national body representing Australia’s upstream oil and gas industry.  

Breakfast, Monday 13 March

Housed in one of the most significant heritage buildings in the heart of Darwin city, Brown’s Mart is an iconic, much loved performance space that has been the centre of community arts development for over 40 years. And this year Sean Pardy - Executive Director has lined up some fantastic productions.



Drive, Thursday 9 March

The real Elmo was on with Matt Bern talking about the new season of the best children show ever. Sesame Streets 47th season start very soon on ABC TV.

It's the second time in 10 years Elmo has called Matt and he's still on 3 and half years old.

We spoke about kindness, crocs, monster money and Dorathy the goldfish.



Breakfast, Thursday 9 March

Youth Crime in Darwin and surrounding areas is out of control.

Local small business owner Tenny Russo has had enough and she is looking to The NT Government for assistance.


Territory Talk, Wednesday 8 March

On International Women’s Day host Peter Butler talks with an inspirational Territory woman Angela Phillips from Tennant Creek.

Angela and Elizabeth Phillips are leaders in creating a more gender inclusive working world as they take ownership of their parents’ business – Phillips Earthmoving.

The dynamic duo have a strong eithos centred on three key principles:

1. Don’t take things personally 2. Be assertive and stay focused and 3. Don’t be intimidated by what you don’t know - this can be your greatest strength as it can often mean you do things differently from everyone else.”

Territory Talk, Wednesday 8 March

Leader of the Opposition Gary Higgins talks with morning host Peter Butler about Dan Murphy’s decision to launch legal action in the Federal Courts against the Gunner government.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 8 March

Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison responds to Woolworths decision to take the Gunner government to court arguing against the government’s surprise introduction of floor space limitations for liquor outlets.

Also, discussed in Mano’s weekly chat with Peter Butler was dynamic education initiatives for early childhood education – a topic both locutor and interlocutor are very passionate about