Ross Greenwood speaks to Paul Kind from the NRL about the poor crowd attendances in Round 1
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Ross Greenwood speaks to Tony Boyd from the Australian Financial Review about the takeover battle for Leighton Holdings
Ross Greenwood speaks to Michael Sainsbury, a freelance journalist based in Bangkok about China and Malaysian Airlines
Ross Greenwood speaks to Jerome Greer-Chandler the Senior Editor of Safety and Technical at Airlineratings.com about the safety of the Boeing 777
Listen to the full show of Sydney Live with Ben Fordham here.
Ben Fordham has his weekly chat with the Big Guns – Andrew Bolt & Graham Richardson.
Ben Fordham speaks to former rugby league player, Ian Roberts. He has predicted the ''end of contact sport'' after being diagnosed with brain damage.
Ben Fordam talks to one of Alan Jones’s producers, James Willis, about the outrageous parking prices in Sydney. James was charged $56 for just over an hour of parking near Wynyard.
Ben Fordham speaks to Federal Treasurer, Joe Hockey, about government handouts to businesses and the truth behind Abdul’s Kebab restaurant.
Ben Fordham talks to the Chairman of the Australian Motorcycle Council, Sean Leonard, about a proposal to stop bikies from wearing their club colours in pubs in Northern New South Wales.
Four Corners reporter Caro Meldrum-Hanna speaks to Ray about tonight’s story of a gay couple convicted of buying a young boy and using him for sex in a global paedophile ring
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison joins Ray in the studio to talk about passport checking procedures following the Malaysia Airlines disaster and the latest on Manus Island
Listen to the Highlights Show from the Ray Hadley Morning Show for March 10
Listen to the full Ray Hadley Morning Show for March 10
Listen to the Full Show from 2GB with Miranda Devine, March 9
This week's Desert Island discs features Catherine Burn
We sent loyal 2GB listeners, Sean and Kerrie McArdle, off on their first holiday in decades.
This was made possible thanks to Riverside Oakes Resort and Infiniti Cars.
Michael McLaren speaks with Professor Alastair Blanshard, Chair of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland, who discusses food - fine dining and strange foods, with an eye to antiquity.
Listen to the highlights of the Michael McLaren show, March 8.
Michael McLaren speaks with Dr. Frank Salter, an urban anthropologist, who explains why indigenous recognition in the Constitution is a dangerous idea.
Dr. Salter’s website can be viewed at:
Michael McLaren continues the discussion with Dr. Frank Salter about why indigenous recognition in the Constitution is a dangerous idea.
Rob Potts Entertainment Edge, Chugg Entertainment and Foxtel's Country Music Channel (CMC)are thrilled to announce that American superstar TOBY KEITH
Annual festival held in Bundeena celebrating local musicians and artists.
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