The Alan Jones Breakfast Show

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Australia's most popular talkback presenter, Alan Jones is a phenomenon. He's described by many as the nation's greatest orator and motivational speaker. Alan has the mind and capacity to make complex issues understandable to the largest Breakfast audience in Australia.

 

 

 

Dayne joins Alan in the studio to talk about the new coal seam gas documentary “Frackman”

http://frackmanthemovie.com

 

 

The dangers of importing food from Asia

Dan visits Hornby Library to learn about the origins of Ginger Meggs 

Hayley joins Alan on the phone from the U.K to talk about her forthcoming Australian tour in a show called “Legends”

Steve and Renee Elliades join Alan in the studio to talk about Rare Diseases Day

http://www.stevewaughfoundation.com.au/

 

Julie talks to Alan about the dangers of mining in water catchment areas

Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs

Alan is joined by the director of the Children’s Medical research Institute to talk about the brilliant work they do

 

Alan talks to the Prime Minister about his national security statement yesterday and the threat posed by radical Islam

Alan talks to the Lockyer Valley mayor about food security

Alan talks to the columnist from The Australian about how we’re all threatening economic reform

The trail of destruction left by cyclone Marcia

Alan talks to the director of the Australian War Memorial about the launch this weekend of their new World War One exhibition.

Alan talks to the former head of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal about selling off the electricity poles and wires.

Dan's weekly segment - a few choice cuts from the bush for the big smoke.   Today, the coward of the county; Lucas girls return to Ballarat; and a tip for the west.....

Alan talks to the Central Coast major about the threat to landowners of rising sea levels.

Alan talks to the independent senator about the growing scandal over imported food.

The founder of the Choir of Hard Knocks joins Alan in the studio to talk about “Street Requiem” – a special musical performance taking place on Saturday night.

Alan talks to the close friend of Bali 9 members Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan about their plight and about mercy rallies being held around the country tonight.

Steve and Renee Elliades join Alan in the studio to talk about Rare Diseases Day

http://www.stevewaughfoundation.com.au/

 

Julie talks to Alan about the dangers of mining in water catchment areas

Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs

Alan is joined by the director of the Children’s Medical research Institute to talk about the brilliant work they do

 

Alan talks to the Prime Minister about his national security statement yesterday and the threat posed by radical Islam

Alan talks to the Lockyer Valley mayor about food security

Alan talks to the columnist from The Australian about how we’re all threatening economic reform

The trail of destruction left by cyclone Marcia

Alan talks to the director of the Australian War Memorial about the launch this weekend of their new World War One exhibition.

Alan talks to the former head of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal about selling off the electricity poles and wires.

Dan's weekly segment - a few choice cuts from the bush for the big smoke.   Today, the coward of the county; Lucas girls return to Ballarat; and a tip for the west.....

Alan talks to the Central Coast major about the threat to landowners of rising sea levels.

Alan talks to the independent senator about the growing scandal over imported food.

The founder of the Choir of Hard Knocks joins Alan in the studio to talk about “Street Requiem” – a special musical performance taking place on Saturday night.

Alan talks to the close friend of Bali 9 members Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan about their plight and about mercy rallies being held around the country tonight.

Alan talks to the foreign editor of The Australian about the international political scene and the unrelenting campaign against Tony Abbott.

 

The Social Services minister joins Chris from Canberra to discuss reports the government is looking at including the family home in the pensioner assets test

Chris talks to the world champion canoeist and athlete of the year

 

Talks to Chris about climate change

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