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Andrew Bolt & Steve Price, Thursday July 20

Andrew Bolt & Steve Price discuss the day’s politics.

Fifty Up Club

Kayley Harris joins Steve Price to talk electricity prices and discounts.

42 mins ago / 05:47
Sports Update With Billy McGee

Billy McGee joins Steve Price to preview the weekend in sport.

57 mins ago / 08:04
Steve Wardill from the Courier Mail

Steve Wardill joins Steve Price to talk the week in Queensland politics.

59 mins ago / 09:43
Andrew Clennell from The Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph’s Andrew Clennell joins Steve Price to talk NSW politics.

1 hour ago / 12:07
Thursday Food with Ash Pollard

Ash Pollard joins Steve Price to talk about her new eBook “Eat Me.” You can buy “Eat Me” directly through Ash’s website here.

1 hour ago / 11:25
Money To Love With Steve Price And Heidi Armstrong

Heidi Armstrong joins Steve Price to talk not letting bills and fines escalate. Belinda Diprose from credit rating agency Equifax joins the program.

1 hour ago / 22:23
Personal debt arrangements surge

Ian Purchas from SV partners, talks to Ross about the annual insolvency statistics that show personal debt arrangements have surged 39%

4 hours ago / 05:16
July 20th: HIGHLIGHTS

Listen to the highlights of Sydney Live with Ben Fordham.

5 hours ago / 02:44
Myer shares plunge, as it downgrades profit

Eli Greenblat, the senior business reporter at The Australian talks to Ross about why Myer’s share price fell 10% in trade today.

5 hours ago / 06:32
Native Title blow for Andrew ‘Twiggy’  Forrest

WA chief reporter for The Australian, Andrew Burrell, talks to Ross about a Federal Court ruling that’s  found has found a major indigenous group in the Pilbara is entitled to exclusive native title rights over land on which Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group has built its multibillion-dollar Solomon iron ore mine

5 hours ago / 04:44
Do the employment numbers point to an improving economy?

Nomura Australia rate strategist Andrew Ticehurst, talks to Ross about the unemployment numbers and whether it’s a sign that the Australian economy is improving

6 hours ago / 06:16
The Big Marn – Thursday July 20th

Sports news and more with Darryl Brohman.

6 hours ago / 08:28
Killer Cop Refuses To Speak

Mohamed Noor shot Sydney woman Justine Damond.

7 hours ago / 07:07
Greens Gender Ban

The Greens don’t want gender questions on forms.

7 hours ago / 08:35
Holding Children Back From Kindy

More parents are delaying when their child starts school.

9 hours ago / 03:54
Parents Stop Toddler’s Kidnapping

The alleged abductor’s been refused bail.

9 hours ago / 02:13
ACCC crackdown on misleading NBN speeds

Chris speaks with ACCC Chairman Rod Sims.

11 hours ago / 09:49
Wine Export Growth

Australian wine exports have marked a third consecutive year of growth, increasing by $201 million in 2016/17, reaching a value $2.31 billion. Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield spoke with Wine Australia Chief Executive Andreas Clark and Handpicked Wines Export Director James Hunt.

12 hours ago / 05:03
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