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!

11:52pm June 28

Rev. Crews asks Rodney Croome from Australian Marriage Equality if the same-sex marriage verdict in the USA makes it inevitable in Australia too.

11:45pm June 28

Keith Suter from the Global Directions Thinktank tells Rev. Crews what's driving international terrorism.

The Angels
11:42pm June 21

The Angels' Rick Brewster talks with Rev. Bill about the bands upcoming shows.

11:26pm June 21

Brett Collins from prison reform group Justice Action tells Rev. Crews politics is driving higher imprisonment rates.

11:02pm June 21

The worlds most famous psychic medium, John Edward, in conversation with Rev. Bill Crews.

Pope Francis
10:08pm June 21

Rev. Crews talks with veteran Vatican journalist Gerard O'Connell on Pope Francis' views on climate change.

11:57pm June 14

Rev. Bill chats with his mate, Rob Mills, about his cabaret show "Surprisingly Good".

11:49pm June 14

Rev. Crews talks with Australian Idol winner, Damien Leith, about his new stage show.

11:45pm June 14

Warren Mundine from the Governments Indigenous Advisory Council tells Rev. Crews why.

11:30pm June 7

Simon Smart from the Centre for Public Christianity talks with Rev. Crews about why ethics classes are as important as religious eduction classes.

11:15pm June 7

Former Family Court judge, Prof. Nahum Mushin, raises concerns about proposals to make overseas adoption easier.

10:46pm June 7

Melinda Tankard Reist, author of Big Porn Inc, speaks with Rev. Crews about dangers of internet porn becoming the sex educator for teens.

11:33pm May 31

The Prime Minister's sister Christine Forster, who is in a same-sex relationship, talks to Rev. Bill Crews about moves to legalise gay marriage.

11:30pm May 31

Ralph Kelly, whose son died from a one-punch attack, pours cold water on moves to weaken lockout laws in Kings Cross and the City.

11:07pm May 31

Major Paul Moulds talks with Rev. Bill Crews about the rise in poverty.

11:28pm May 24

A poll shows family is more important than faith at end of life moments. Rev. Crews talks with Michael Boyd from The Athiest Foundation.

11:20pm May 24

Rev. Crews talks with Rodney Croome AM from Australian Marriage Equality about the gay marriage vote in Ireland and the churches stance on the issue.

11:12pm May 24

Rev. Crews talks with oncologist Dr Sally Baron-Hay about the poor prognisis for women with gynaecological cancers.

On Tuesday 26 May a fundraiser will be held in conjuntion with the screening of the documentary film No Evidence of Disease. Get tickets here.

 

11:31pm May 17

Rev. Crews previews The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo with Brigadier David Allfrey.

10:55pm May 17

Rev. Crews talks with Matt Flynn from The Haymarket Foundation, the largest provider of medical services to Sydney's homeless, about its closure after federal funding was cut.

11:52pm June 28

Rev. Crews asks Rodney Croome from Australian Marriage Equality if the same-sex marriage verdict in the USA makes it inevitable in Australia too.

11:45pm June 28

Keith Suter from the Global Directions Thinktank tells Rev. Crews what's driving international terrorism.

The Angels
11:42pm June 21

The Angels' Rick Brewster talks with Rev. Bill about the bands upcoming shows.

11:26pm June 21

Brett Collins from prison reform group Justice Action tells Rev. Crews politics is driving higher imprisonment rates.

11:02pm June 21

The worlds most famous psychic medium, John Edward, in conversation with Rev. Bill Crews.

Pope Francis
10:08pm June 21

Rev. Crews talks with veteran Vatican journalist Gerard O'Connell on Pope Francis' views on climate change.

11:57pm June 14

Rev. Bill chats with his mate, Rob Mills, about his cabaret show "Surprisingly Good".

11:49pm June 14

Rev. Crews talks with Australian Idol winner, Damien Leith, about his new stage show.

11:45pm June 14

Warren Mundine from the Governments Indigenous Advisory Council tells Rev. Crews why.

11:30pm June 7

Simon Smart from the Centre for Public Christianity talks with Rev. Crews about why ethics classes are as important as religious eduction classes.

11:15pm June 7

Former Family Court judge, Prof. Nahum Mushin, raises concerns about proposals to make overseas adoption easier.

10:46pm June 7

Melinda Tankard Reist, author of Big Porn Inc, speaks with Rev. Crews about dangers of internet porn becoming the sex educator for teens.

11:33pm May 31

The Prime Minister's sister Christine Forster, who is in a same-sex relationship, talks to Rev. Bill Crews about moves to legalise gay marriage.

11:30pm May 31

Ralph Kelly, whose son died from a one-punch attack, pours cold water on moves to weaken lockout laws in Kings Cross and the City.

11:07pm May 31

Major Paul Moulds talks with Rev. Bill Crews about the rise in poverty.

11:28pm May 24

A poll shows family is more important than faith at end of life moments. Rev. Crews talks with Michael Boyd from The Athiest Foundation.

11:20pm May 24

Rev. Crews talks with Rodney Croome AM from Australian Marriage Equality about the gay marriage vote in Ireland and the churches stance on the issue.

11:12pm May 24

Rev. Crews talks with oncologist Dr Sally Baron-Hay about the poor prognisis for women with gynaecological cancers.

On Tuesday 26 May a fundraiser will be held in conjuntion with the screening of the documentary film No Evidence of Disease. Get tickets here.

 

11:31pm May 17

Rev. Crews previews The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo with Brigadier David Allfrey.

10:55pm May 17

Rev. Crews talks with Matt Flynn from The Haymarket Foundation, the largest provider of medical services to Sydney's homeless, about its closure after federal funding was cut.

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Sunday Nights with Rev. Bill Crews: Highlights
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