Ben thinks he does.
Alex joins Chris for his weekly chat, including the winner and loser of the week.
Employment Minister, Senator Michaelia Cash comments on penalty rates, saying Bill Shorten is a hypocrite
Andrew Bolt and Miranda Devine discuss the day’s politics.
Ben speaks to Matthew Mitchell’s mother.
Chris speaks with Ray Martin about ‘Face Up to Racism week’ on SBS.
New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia could soon be growing mangoes. A trial crop of the Princess variety in South East Queensland will be picked in the coming weeks. Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield spoke with grower Gavin Scurr about the unique variety.
Duncan McRae from BlueBet and Mark ‘Piggy’ Riddell give Ray the odds and tips for this weekend’s sport
One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson defends her criticism of former Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour saying it’s not based on race or religion
Ray talks to UK correspondent Adam Gilchrist
Ray talks to US correspondent Harley Carnes
She says the government should have intervened in the Fair Work Commission’s review of penalty rates.
Eric Boehm from Reason.com chats the latest in news from the US.
Dr Greg Fealy looks at the rocky relationship between Indonesia and Australia.
Paul Gardner this week discusses the changing face of women in sport.
Vic Alhadeff, CEO of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies updates us.
Christopher Zinn recounts his recent interesting journey through Pakistan and also gives an update on Fifty Up Club’s latest milestone.
Michael Bodey previews The Real Housewives of Sydney.
Chris Kenny, columnist with the Australian and host of Heads Up (Monday to Thursday, 11pm on Sky News) joins Miranda on Nights to talk Ahmed Fahour and the media ‘verballing’ Donald Trump.
Macquarie Media’s James Willis updates the latest sport results.
Sports news and more with Darryl Brohman.
Ray talks to his Macquarie Media and Daily Telegraph colleague about Keysar Trad and his comment that violence against women should be a “last resort”
Ben speaks to the club’s CEO John Tsatsimas.