Sunday Nights with Bill Crews

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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!

11:39am December 10

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11:45pm April 24

Rev. Crews speaks with Anna Burgess from the smash-hit Broadway show, Bad Jews.

Pill testing
11:41pm April 24

Rev. Crews speaks with Dr. Marianne Jauncey from Uniting Care. She’s the Medical Director at the injecting room and a Senior Lecturer at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at UNSW

Mark Mitchell
11:36pm April 24

Rev. Crews talks with iconic actor, Mark Mitchell: From Con the fruiterer to Fiddler on the Roof.

11:29pm April 24

Rev. Crews speaks with Michael Boyd from The Atheist Founation Australia, who assert churches should pay taxes. If they did it would add $31B to the budget bottom line each year.

12:05am April 18

Rev. Crews speaks with one of the stars of the hit musical Georgie Girl.

12:03am April 18

Rev. Crews talks with head of lung transplants at St. Vincent's Hospital, Prof. Allan Glanville, about the miracle of transplant surgery.

Stan Grant
12:01am April 18

Rev. Crews speaks with admired Indigenous journalist, Stan Grant, who has been appointed to the Referendum Council. Stan is also the author of "Speaking to My Country".

11:54pm April 17

Rev. Crews speaks with Simon Longstaff, CEO of the St. James Ethics Centre, about the rights and wrongs of the 60 Minutes child abduction story.

11:53pm April 10

Rev. Crews speaks with Titanic expert David Dyer about the rescue ship that never came to the aid of the Titanic. David's new novel on the topic is called The Midnight Watch.

11:49pm April 10

Rev. Crews hears from Claire Barber of South Pacific Private Hospital on treatment options for the increasing number of older Australians abusing alcohol.

11:44pm April 10

Feminist Eva Cox tells Rev. Bill Crews that prostitution should be considered a moral and ligitimate business.

11:57pm April 3

Rev. Crews speaks with The Australian's Christian Kerr about the states funding plan from Malcolm Turnbull.

11:53pm April 3

Rev. Crews speaks with Trevor Corbbold from Save Our Schools about funding disadvantaged schools.

11:51pm April 3

Rev. Bill Crews talks with alcohol lockout campaigner Tony Brown about the College of Physician's plan for tougher alcohol restrictions.

Judith Durham
11:06pm April 3

Ahead of the opening of Georgie Girl, hear Rev. Bill Crews interview music legend Judith Durham from The Seekers.

Pope Francis
11:45pm March 27

Rev. Crews crosses to the Vatican to find out about the Pope's Easter mass with correspondent Gerard O'Donnell. 

Aboriginal flag
11:41pm March 27

Rev. Crews speaks with Stuart McMillan, president of the Uniting Church, about his Easter message for a treaty with Aboriginal Australians.

AC/DC
11:37pm March 27

Rev. Crews discovers the real life story behind the Aussie super group AC/DC with original band member, Mark Evans.

Easter eggs
11:33pm March 27

Rev. Crews finds out about the origins of Easter eggs, bunnies and buns with Prof. Carol Cusack from Sydney Univerity.

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11:45pm April 24

Rev. Crews speaks with Anna Burgess from the smash-hit Broadway show, Bad Jews.

Pill testing
11:41pm April 24

Rev. Crews speaks with Dr. Marianne Jauncey from Uniting Care. She’s the Medical Director at the injecting room and a Senior Lecturer at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at UNSW

Mark Mitchell
11:36pm April 24

Rev. Crews talks with iconic actor, Mark Mitchell: From Con the fruiterer to Fiddler on the Roof.

11:29pm April 24

Rev. Crews speaks with Michael Boyd from The Atheist Founation Australia, who assert churches should pay taxes. If they did it would add $31B to the budget bottom line each year.

12:05am April 18

Rev. Crews speaks with one of the stars of the hit musical Georgie Girl.

12:03am April 18

Rev. Crews talks with head of lung transplants at St. Vincent's Hospital, Prof. Allan Glanville, about the miracle of transplant surgery.

Stan Grant
12:01am April 18

Rev. Crews speaks with admired Indigenous journalist, Stan Grant, who has been appointed to the Referendum Council. Stan is also the author of "Speaking to My Country".

11:54pm April 17

Rev. Crews speaks with Simon Longstaff, CEO of the St. James Ethics Centre, about the rights and wrongs of the 60 Minutes child abduction story.

11:53pm April 10

Rev. Crews speaks with Titanic expert David Dyer about the rescue ship that never came to the aid of the Titanic. David's new novel on the topic is called The Midnight Watch.

11:49pm April 10

Rev. Crews hears from Claire Barber of South Pacific Private Hospital on treatment options for the increasing number of older Australians abusing alcohol.

11:44pm April 10

Feminist Eva Cox tells Rev. Bill Crews that prostitution should be considered a moral and ligitimate business.

11:57pm April 3

Rev. Crews speaks with The Australian's Christian Kerr about the states funding plan from Malcolm Turnbull.

11:53pm April 3

Rev. Crews speaks with Trevor Corbbold from Save Our Schools about funding disadvantaged schools.

11:51pm April 3

Rev. Bill Crews talks with alcohol lockout campaigner Tony Brown about the College of Physician's plan for tougher alcohol restrictions.

Judith Durham
11:06pm April 3

Ahead of the opening of Georgie Girl, hear Rev. Bill Crews interview music legend Judith Durham from The Seekers.

Pope Francis
11:45pm March 27

Rev. Crews crosses to the Vatican to find out about the Pope's Easter mass with correspondent Gerard O'Donnell. 

Aboriginal flag
11:41pm March 27

Rev. Crews speaks with Stuart McMillan, president of the Uniting Church, about his Easter message for a treaty with Aboriginal Australians.

AC/DC
11:37pm March 27

Rev. Crews discovers the real life story behind the Aussie super group AC/DC with original band member, Mark Evans.

Easter eggs
11:33pm March 27

Rev. Crews finds out about the origins of Easter eggs, bunnies and buns with Prof. Carol Cusack from Sydney Univerity.

11:48pm March 20

Rev. Crews speaks with Matthew Flynn, CEO of The Haymarket Foundation about the federal governments decision to cease funding the homeless service.

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11:49pm August 16

World Vision CEO, Rev. Tim Costello, speaks candidly to Rev. Bill Crews.