Raw FM (1997 - ) Soundtrack
Directors: Kate Woods , Gregor Jordan , Ray Boseley , Sue Brooks , Ray Argall , Moira Moss , Chris Thomson , Mick Connolly , Aleksi Vellis
Writers: Michael Miller , Elise McCredie , Judi McCrossin , Meaghan Smith , Susan MacGillicuddy , Jacquelin Perske , Alison Tilson , David Rapsey , Ray Argall , Ranald Allan , Kate Gillick , Glenda Hambly , Luke Devenish
Stars: Bernard Curry (Gary), Dominic Purcell (Granger Hutton), Kick Gurry (Toby), Sullivan Stapleton (Bucky), Phillip Brady (Award Presenter), Nicholas Bell (Neil Mulholland), Dan Spielman (Mark Mulholland), Diana Glenn (Groupie #1), Lachy Hulme (Ruthy), Brett Swain (Robert Mills), Stephen Curry (Ming), Kevin Harrington (Spider), Jane Harber (Susan Mulholland), Don Bridges (Vince), Roz Hammond (Flavia), Shane Connor (Digger), Carla Bonner (Erin), Marieke Hardy (Lucina), Nadine Garner (Zelda Lee), Matthew Dyktynski (Robert Anderson), Kristof Kaczmarek (Stan), Peta Brady (Jemma), Andrew Bayly (Social Security Officer), Mickey Camilleri (Micki), Tania Lacy (Laetitia), Samuel Johnson (Adams), Vince D'Amico (Cab Driver), Sophie Lee (Patty), Mika Tran (Liz), Amanda Douge (Gerry Sano), Jerome Pride (Leon), Elena Mandalis (Sarah Tomic), Petru Gheorghiu (John Tomic), Monty Maizels (Morrie), Jason Crewes (Grant), Matt Norman (Benji), Joelene Crnogorac (Cara Tomic), Richard E. Young (Wayne), Malcolm Robertson (Serge), Natalie Bate (Jill Mulholland), Sophie Heathcote (Sam Kezerko), Laurie Dobson (RVI Man), Michael Lake (Mars), Sudi de Winter (Curtis), Keili Olsen (Miles), Belinda Davey (Marion Lee), Amiel Daemion (Emma), Tony Lee (Van), Paul Reardon (Tim), Arthur Wong (Tran), Jeremy Angerson (Kyle), Jason Blake (Steve), Sheridan Compagnino (Hayley), Anthony Engelman (Roger), Katrina Oxley (Blind Girl), Marilyn Rodgers (Loria), Kellie Smythe (Fan #2) see more...
Created by 3 young people, an Australian radio station, RAW FM, provides a voice for a large and incredibly diverse group of teenagers often, ignored by mainstream media. RAW FM not only offers them something totally different from anything they've ever heard on the airwaves before, but also the chance to participate. And RAW FM lives up to its name. It's loud, anarchic, energetic, spontaneous. It's totally raw. Or it is in the beginning. RAW takes off so much that it starts to take over. It get