Whistleblower Kathy Jackson speaks with Chris Smith about today's sentencing of former Labor MP Craig Thomson.
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Chris Smith speaks with former Baltimore Police officer and author of In Defense of Flogging.
Chris speaks to UNSW Professor Chris Turney, the Expedition Leader from the MV Akademic Shokalskiy, who is awaiting rescue from an ice floe in Antarctica.
The ten year-old singer, first discovered by Ellen Degeneres, comes in studio to talk about her experiences and her debut album
War Historian, Will Davies, joins Chris in the studio to talk about Christmas day during World War One
Gold medal winning Olympic saior, Tom Slingsby, talks to Chris about his first Sydney to Hobart race
The NSW Premier speaks about alcohol fueled violence, ICAC, and safety on roads around schools
Joe Hockey speaks to Chris about the cuts he’ll have to make to Government spending in order to get the budget under control.
Dick Smith Speaks to Chris Smith about the launch of the Dick Smith Foods Foundation, his new charity food company, to be announced by Prime Minister Tony Abbott at 9am
News Limited economics and business journalist, Terry McCrann, chats to Chris Smith and outlines what we can expect in the MYEFO that will be released at 12.30 today
Chris Smith is joined by Steve Purvinas, Federal secretary of Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association (ALAEA), to talk about the Royal Commission into Unions and Slush Funds
Chris Smith speaks to Mitch Peden, Vice President of Marketing, Communications & Operational Services at AB Volvo, Australian truck manufacturer. They discuss Toyota’s Union entitlements.
David Borger is pushing for a better deal for residents in Western Sydney. He says with more planning – tens of thousands of extra jobs could be created.
As EDDIE OBEID faces ICAC, the Sydney Morning Herald reports he’s approached the Attorney General for Legal Aid.
Ray speaks to CHRIS SMITH about his new book – RAY MARTIN’S WORLD – a photographic journey through his career as an award winning journalist.
BOOK SIGNING Saturday, November 2nd.
WESTFIELD CHATSWOOD – OUTSIDE DYMOCKS
Chris Smith speaks with Mohamed El-Mouelhy, Chairman, Halal Certification Authority, Australia, regarding recent images of Australian livestock being slaughtered in Jordan.
Chris Smith speaks with DR LEON SIMONS a leading Cholesterol expert about his concerns about issues raised on the ABC’s Catalyst programme last night.
Chris Smith speaks to CELEBRITY chef MATT MORAN - about his new PAY TV programme, PADDOCK TO PLATE. The new series sees Matt return to his roots – and other growing areas to source and cook great cuisine.
Chris has his weekly chat with Andrew Bolt, where they talk about Halloween – before getting stuck into the week’s issues, including a student protest against Joe Hockey in Melbourne; who will Clive Palmer actually represent in Parliament; and wh
Chris Smith speaks with Labor Mayor of Fairfield, Frank Carbone. Frank is concerned that pool registration legislation is causing confusion, and in some instances, unworkable as Councils are left to field the costs of administration.
The Sydney International Bachata Festival is the worlds first ever Bachata Festival and 2014 will be the seventh year of the event!
Equestrian cross-country including Olympic riders,Grand Prix Show Jumping, a free kids zone incl jumping castle, face painting, petting zoo, food, a public bar, music, a trade stand village and on
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