Drew McAlister joins Ray in the studio to perform “Coming Your Way” from his new album of the same name
Andrew Bolt and Michael McLaren, in for Steve Price, discuss the day’s politics.
In a red meat industry first, a state of the nation report has highlighted Australia leads the world for supplying and eating red meat. In 2015/16 exports were valued at $15 billion dollars. Overall turnover growing by 11%, reaching $62 billion. Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with Red Meat Advisory Council Independent Chairman Don […]
In today’s National Rural News – reaction to energy policy, red meat industry booms, and the cherry season draws closer. Plus the latest market reports and more.
NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy tells Ray officers inspected the remainder of a truck fleet after one of the company’s tipper and dog was caught driving through the Galston Gorge
Ray spoke to Richard, who’s riding his bike from Melbourne to Wollongong to raise money for nine-year-old Chloe, who suffers from brain disease. To donate, visit SavingChloeSaxby.com More information: A nine-year-old girl suffering a rare brain disease will be the inspiration for 22 cyclists when they travel more than 1000 kilometres from Melbourne […]
Ray reports material has been illegally dumped at a property on Tennyson Road at Tennyson, but Hawkesbury Council hasn’t been able to contact the owners
Alan talks to Sydney City councillor Angela Vithoulkas
Alan talks to UK correspondent Adam Gilchrist
Will rural areas be robbed of access to vital medicines?
Voters are leaving the major parties in droves for their lack of vision and failure to solve the energy crisis.
Complaints about the NBN have doubled
James Willis joins Michael McLaren to take an extended look at the day in sport.
7 News’ Europe Bureau Chief, Hugh Whitfeld, joins Michael McLaren to take a look at the day in European news.
Tim Stackpool, The Techno Bloke, joins Michael McLaren to take a relevant look at the week in technology.
Dr Bella D’Abrera from The Institute of Public Affairs joins Michael McLaren to talk identity politics now being the focus of many university courses.
Daily Telegraph columnist Miranda Devine joins Michael McLaren to talk Media Watch and Hilary Clinton.
Dr Auriel Jameson, General Medicine specialist at the Sydney Adventist Hospital joins Michael McLaren to talk Osteoporosis Week.
Dr George Rennie, politics lecturer at the University of Melbourne joins Michael McLaren for his take on proposed regulations.
Alan talks to Racing NSW boss Peter V’Landys and winning trainer Peter Snowden
Before The Everest, there was The Hotham – a race for the maidens. Owners of Tasmanian horse Woohoo were certainly saying “Woohoo”!
The veteran forward has just signed a one year deal with the Newcastle Knights.
Tim Cheng is a part owner of Redzel, the horse that took out the inaugural The Everest.