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1000 days of stopping the boats – Jim Molan

1001 days since the last people smuggler boat arrival, the architect of Operation Sovereign Borders, Retired Major General Jim Molan, joins Michael McLaren.

UK Report – 24th April 2017

Alan talks to UK correspondent Adam Gilchrist  

1 hour ago / 02:02
Mummies unearthed near Luxor

One of Australia’s leading Egyptologists, Associate Professor Boyo Ockinga, joins Michael McLaren to discuss a discovery of ancient artifacts – including mummies – near Luxor.

5 hours ago / 12:56
Ray Hadley Gives You the World!

The Ray Hadley Morning Show is giving you the chance to win an unforgettable around the world adventure from Trip A Deal. This holiday of a lifetime is valued at over $20,000. You’ll travel from the plains of Africa to the streets of Paris and Rome, to the exciting cities of South America. Over 30 […]

9 hours ago
Do you give money to the homeless?

Author Ross Fitzgerald joins Rev. Crews to discuss whether or not it is right to donate to the homeless, even if they use the money for alcohol.

9 hours ago / 06:21
Advertising gambling, is it wrong?

Charles Livingstone from the School of Public Health at Monash Uni joins Rev. Crews to discuss the advertisement of gambling in television.

9 hours ago / 03:58
New ANZAC CD ‘Rememberance’

Singer, Damien Leith joins Rev. Bill to discuss the new CD in ‘Remembrance’ of ANZAC day.

9 hours ago / 02:46
What’s On: 2017 Hunter Valley Food and Wine Festival

What’s On takes a look at the upcoming Hunter Valley Food and Wine Festival, thanks to Destination NSW and Accor Hotels.

13 hours ago / 06:19
U.S Vice President Mike Pence in Australia

US expert Tom Switzer joins Natalie and Michael to discuss US Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Australia

13 hours ago / 06:20
ANZAC Day 2017

Australian War Memorial Director Brendan Nelson talks to Natalie and Michael about “In Flanders Fields” and discusses increased security for 2017 commemorations.

14 hours ago / 15:24
2017 TV Week Logies

Entertainment reporter Angela Bishop previews the Logies from the red carpet in Melbourne.

14 hours ago / 05:10
The Sunday Carve Up – April 23rd

Listen to the Continuous Call Team Sunday Carve Up, April 23rd.

16 hours ago / 02:45
Business Broomeing for Graeme

70 year old Graeme McCarthur from Broome in Western Australia, talks to Ross about the three businesses he runs

21 hours ago / 05:03
Paramedic Norm Spalding retires after 40 years of service

Norm Spalding reflects on his 40 years in the Ambulance Service

21 hours ago / 09:52
I’ll never be able to afford a house – and older generations don’t give a damn

ANU student Megan Shellie talks to Ross  about her frustration in getting into the housing market

21 hours ago / 10:43
Older workers happiest at work

Rebecca Cassels from Curtin University talks to Ross about a new study showing that older workers are happiest at work

21 hours ago / 07:13
Markus Kemetter

This week on Life and Technology, Charlie found out more about Suunto’s robust HR and multisport GPS watch from Suunto’s product manager, Markus Kemetter.

22 hours ago / 08:19
Paul Reid

This week on Life and Technology, Charlie got to know about Panasonic’s newest product launches for TV, Audio and Blu-ray players from Managing Director, Paul Reid.  

22 hours ago / 05:38
Alfred Boyadgis

This week on Life and Technology, Charlie spoke to CEO & Co-Founder of Forcite, Alfred Boyadgis about their new smart motorcycle helmet that has integrated technology.

23 hours ago / 08:20
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