The Chris Smith Afternoon Show

Monday - Friday 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Chris Smith has built an impressive career both in Australia and abroad covering news and current affairs in radio and TV. Chris' radio career began in regional NSW, with many years spent at Network Seven and Nine, where he travelled the world in his role as reporter and Chief of Staff, including six years at A Current Affair. In May of 2005, Chris won the Variety Children's Charity Radio Heart Award for his excellence in radio. While still news focussed, Chris presents a lighter format covering lifestyle and entertainment.


A tribute to all servicemen who’ve fought for Australia.

In the year lead up to the 100th anniversary of ANZAC, we commemorate all Australian servicemen, past and present, who have served in all theatres of war. If you’ve a family member who fought for Australia, we want you to share part of their story.
2GB's Album of Honour


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Chris Smith talks to Anoosh Saffari from Hornsby Mazda about the brand new CX-9

You can win a family pass to Event Cinemas! All you have to do is listen to the Chris Smith Afternoon Show on Friday. Wait for Bridget’s Movie Review and answer a simple the question below! If you miss Bridget's review you can download the podcast here or from iTunes here!

Once you know the answer simply fill it in below and you could can sit back relax in style at Event Cinemas!

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Grace Collier from Australian Dismissal Services gives the prize for the person who does the most ridiculous thing this week. While Jaquie Lambie was up there, Grace gives it to Greg Combet for believing he had a shot at Prime Minister.

Rueben Rose boarded the train from Penrith this morning, dressed as a superhero – for Superhero week. The week is an initiative to raise money for children’s charities. But Rueben got more than he bargained for – when commuters, seeing him armed with plastic Samuri swords rang police. If you want to donate to a worthy charity - superheroweek2014.everydayhero.com/au/Reuben

ATO after OBEID

Charles Miranda, London based reporter for the DAILY TELEGRAPH speaks to Chris Smith about the latest from the UKRAINE. Charles reveals he has identified the pilot’s log book in a wreckage field, while large sections of the plane’s fuselage, some with shrapnel damage have been located in wooded areas.

Kaye Browne talks about PETZOO – the largest pet show in the world – finishing up today in Las Vegas. She reveals some of the new and exciting things coming out of the event.

Andrew speaks with Chris about getting proper insurance and super for sports players.

Andrew Bolt speaks with Chris about all things politics.

It’s been 98 years since the battles around Pozieres took place. Chris Smith pays tribute to the seven thousand diggers who gave their lives there, speaking to Barry Gracie from pozieresremembered.com.au about plans to build a memorial at the village, and historian, Will Davies who’s in Pozieres for the anniversary.

 

Executive Coach and Principal of Wish Solutions – Jayne Leslie, speaks to Chris Smith about relationships – and surviving the middle age crisis. She imparts tips and knowledge to give people general advice on how to keep relationships together.

Chris Smith tries to get reaction from Noosa Council  over a ranger’s decision to ban a long time sandcastle builder, Aaron McCormick. The Council has refused to provide a spokesperson or issue a statement. As such, Chris speaks to Jonathan Howard, journalist with Noosa Today, whose been following the story.

Chris Smith speaks to forensics expert and barrister Professor Judith Fordham – over the job ahead for forensic teams in determining the truth behind the downing of MH17. With evidence being tampered with and hidden – Professor Fordham says the road ahead will be tough, but the level of expertise these days gives investigators a good chance of working out what happened.

One of the backbones of Australian music – IVA DAVIES performs Great Southern Land in studio – as a birthday wish for CHRIS SMITH. Iva Davies has been part of the music scene since 1977 – originally with Flowers, a band later renamed Ice House.

Legal matters with Turner Freeman July 22

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Chris Smith speaks to AARON McCORMICK, an artist who for years has entertained crowds at Noosa on the Sunshine Coast by building sand castles. He was banned last week, after placing a donations hat near one of the sculptures. Now he’s been forced to approach council for a formal permit.

Chris Smith says its time to stop pussyfooting around – and out Russian President, Vladimir Putin, for the terrible person he is. Chris makes the statement on the back of Bronwyn Bishop speaking so eloquently at a Book of Condolence launch in Canberra today.

 

LUKE GRANT thoroughly recommends everybody read a new book by Diane and Matthew with Kate Ames. It’s called “Will to Live” and out through Penguin (rrp $29.95). It is Matthew’s story. Diagnosed with Toxic Shock Syndrome, he was given just a one percent chance of living. To survive, both his arms and legs were removed. Through love, Matthew’s once again rebuilding his life and slowly transforming into a truly bionic man.

To find out more about 'Will to Live', click here...

LUKE GRANT speaks with JOHN HART – head of the Restaurant and Catering Association about a Chinatown restaurant charging almost THIRTEEN PERCENT more for food on an English menu – when compared to an identical menu in Mandarin. Should the practice be allowed?

 

LUKE GRANT speaks to Sydney Morning Herald Columnist, PAUL SHEEHAN about the politics of MH17. With the Ukraine so divided, Prime Minister TONY ABBOTT is negotiating the almost impossible, to ensure Australians are repatriated and proper investigations are undertaken. And while politics are dividing the Ukraine, it is also dividing the world as Russian President Vladimir Putin aligns himself with what Paul Sheehan describes as akin to Bikie Gangs.

 

Bridget joins Luke to discuss the new Movie SexTape.

http://www.2gb.com/competitions/win-family-pass-event-cinemas

 

Grace Collier from Australian Dismissal Services gives the prize for the person who does the most ridiculous thing this week. While Jaquie Lambie was up there, Grace gives it to Greg Combet for believing he had a shot at Prime Minister.

Rueben Rose boarded the train from Penrith this morning, dressed as a superhero – for Superhero week. The week is an initiative to raise money for children’s charities. But Rueben got more than he bargained for – when commuters, seeing him armed with plastic Samuri swords rang police. If you want to donate to a worthy charity - superheroweek2014.everydayhero.com/au/Reuben

ATO after OBEID

Charles Miranda, London based reporter for the DAILY TELEGRAPH speaks to Chris Smith about the latest from the UKRAINE. Charles reveals he has identified the pilot’s log book in a wreckage field, while large sections of the plane’s fuselage, some with shrapnel damage have been located in wooded areas.

Kaye Browne talks about PETZOO – the largest pet show in the world – finishing up today in Las Vegas. She reveals some of the new and exciting things coming out of the event.

Andrew speaks with Chris about getting proper insurance and super for sports players.

Andrew Bolt speaks with Chris about all things politics.

It’s been 98 years since the battles around Pozieres took place. Chris Smith pays tribute to the seven thousand diggers who gave their lives there, speaking to Barry Gracie from pozieresremembered.com.au about plans to build a memorial at the village, and historian, Will Davies who’s in Pozieres for the anniversary.

 

Executive Coach and Principal of Wish Solutions – Jayne Leslie, speaks to Chris Smith about relationships – and surviving the middle age crisis. She imparts tips and knowledge to give people general advice on how to keep relationships together.

Chris Smith tries to get reaction from Noosa Council  over a ranger’s decision to ban a long time sandcastle builder, Aaron McCormick. The Council has refused to provide a spokesperson or issue a statement. As such, Chris speaks to Jonathan Howard, journalist with Noosa Today, whose been following the story.

Chris Smith speaks to forensics expert and barrister Professor Judith Fordham – over the job ahead for forensic teams in determining the truth behind the downing of MH17. With evidence being tampered with and hidden – Professor Fordham says the road ahead will be tough, but the level of expertise these days gives investigators a good chance of working out what happened.

One of the backbones of Australian music – IVA DAVIES performs Great Southern Land in studio – as a birthday wish for CHRIS SMITH. Iva Davies has been part of the music scene since 1977 – originally with Flowers, a band later renamed Ice House.

Legal matters with Turner Freeman July 22

Have your legal questions answered here

Chris Smith speaks to AARON McCORMICK, an artist who for years has entertained crowds at Noosa on the Sunshine Coast by building sand castles. He was banned last week, after placing a donations hat near one of the sculptures. Now he’s been forced to approach council for a formal permit.

Chris Smith says its time to stop pussyfooting around – and out Russian President, Vladimir Putin, for the terrible person he is. Chris makes the statement on the back of Bronwyn Bishop speaking so eloquently at a Book of Condolence launch in Canberra today.

 

LUKE GRANT thoroughly recommends everybody read a new book by Diane and Matthew with Kate Ames. It’s called “Will to Live” and out through Penguin (rrp $29.95). It is Matthew’s story. Diagnosed with Toxic Shock Syndrome, he was given just a one percent chance of living. To survive, both his arms and legs were removed. Through love, Matthew’s once again rebuilding his life and slowly transforming into a truly bionic man.

To find out more about 'Will to Live', click here...

LUKE GRANT speaks with JOHN HART – head of the Restaurant and Catering Association about a Chinatown restaurant charging almost THIRTEEN PERCENT more for food on an English menu – when compared to an identical menu in Mandarin. Should the practice be allowed?

 

LUKE GRANT speaks to Sydney Morning Herald Columnist, PAUL SHEEHAN about the politics of MH17. With the Ukraine so divided, Prime Minister TONY ABBOTT is negotiating the almost impossible, to ensure Australians are repatriated and proper investigations are undertaken. And while politics are dividing the Ukraine, it is also dividing the world as Russian President Vladimir Putin aligns himself with what Paul Sheehan describes as akin to Bikie Gangs.

 

Bridget joins Luke to discuss the new Movie SexTape.

http://www.2gb.com/competitions/win-family-pass-event-cinemas

 

Dr John Demartini  joins Luke to discuss the terrorist attack in Iraq

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Stuart Greggor

Stu Gregor is a chameleon of food and wine. He has written six guides to wine, judged dozens of wine shows and has owned his own wine business for a decade. So he knows a bit about wine. He now also owns a craft distillery which makes Four Pillars Gin – which is now considered one of the 10 best gins in the world (According to the World Spirits Competition, not Stu - he thinks its number one). He is also a food guru, having written reviews for the Good Food Guides in Melbourne and Sydney and worked with many of the best chefs and food producers in Australia through his PR business Liquid Ideas.

Stu also sits on the board of the food rescue charity OzHarvest so he hates wasting food, which is why he is slightly overweight. He’s mad for the Roosters and the Swans.

Barnaby Joyce

Senator Barnaby Joyce LNP Senator for Queensland, Leader of The Nationals in the Senate.

Travel Tuesday

Founder and publisher of 'get lost' magazine, Justin Jamieson, joins Chris each week to discuss the best destinations around the globe.

Nutrition with Susie Burrell

Dietician Susie Burrell joins Chris in the studio every Monday afternoon to answer all your health and wellbeing questions.

More information can be found on Susie’s Website, www.susieburrell.com.au

Stephen Fenech

A journalist with more than 25 years experience, Stephen joins us every week to share his extensive technology knowledge… He shares information through his experience to help those who are technology illiterate through to those needed some advanced help.. Today Stephen is one of the widely read and highly-respected technology writers in Australia.

Kaye Browne

Journalist and broadcaster Kaye Browne used to 'chase' crooks, celebrities, sports-people and politicians for news/current affairs and info-tainment programs before discovering about a decade ago that she much prefers pursuing Veterinary, Animal Behaviour and Training experts so she can pass on their secrets to happier pets…and happier pet-people. When she's not chasing one of her chooks or dogs (Yoshimi and Kismet, the poodle pictured) Kaye writes for various pet/veterinary publications and can be contacted via her blog.

Photos from the Bay City Run 2013