Sunday Nights

Sunday 9:00pm to 12:00am

Sunday Night Crews is a melting-pot of spiritual, topical, and personal discussions.

Each week, the Radio Reverend, Bill Crews, shares his unique insights into the issues confronting the people of Sydney. He interviews fascinating and insightful guests, invites listeners to ring in and share their opinions, and plays some hand-picked musical favourites!

Todd McKenney speaks to Rev Bill Crews 

For the past week or so I have been in London getting my Big Picture Social Justice  Film Festival off the ground. As you know, following its success in Sydney, Odeon Cinemas here have expressed interest in hosting it in London.

That has meant I have been outside of the country while all this pre Budget speculation has been going on but the gloom coming out of Australia has been palpable! It could not be ignored, even from thousands of miles away.

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Andrea speaks to Rev. Bill Crews about her experience in stopping human trafficking between the Thailand and Cambodia border. 

Reverend Bill Crews replays his interview with the late Charlotte Dawson, conducted last year.

Tina Arena talks about her career and life with Rev Bill Crews.

Are the nations priviledged rich just plain selfish? Multi-millionare Dick Smith tell Rev. Bill why he thinks they are. 

As calls for a Royal Commission into church handling of abuse claims grow louder, Rev. Crews learns that the abuse is so widespread that a Royal Commission might not even have the resources to cope. 

Rev. Bill sits down with Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter, Melissa Manchester, in this exclusive face-to-face interview recorded at her hotel in Sydney.

 

 

Todd McKenney speaks to Rev Bill Crews 

Andrea speaks to Rev. Bill Crews about her experience in stopping human trafficking between the Thailand and Cambodia border. 

Reverend Bill Crews replays his interview with the late Charlotte Dawson, conducted last year.

Tina Arena talks about her career and life with Rev Bill Crews.

Are the nations priviledged rich just plain selfish? Multi-millionare Dick Smith tell Rev. Bill why he thinks they are. 

As calls for a Royal Commission into church handling of abuse claims grow louder, Rev. Crews learns that the abuse is so widespread that a Royal Commission might not even have the resources to cope. 

Rev. Bill sits down with Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter, Melissa Manchester, in this exclusive face-to-face interview recorded at her hotel in Sydney.

 

 

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