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In Australia the numbers of tradeswomen are still very small with only about 5500 tradeswomen across the country. There is however, a group of women who are determined to change those stats and encourage more women to enter what is a rewarding occupation. SALT is a non-profit incorporated organisation, which began to provide a support […]

Tim Webster talks to Journalist, Sheridan Jobbins about her travels around Australia promoting her new book ‘Wish You Were Here’ and visiting fascinating towns and people.

1 hour ago / 05:05

Tim talks to the National Manager at Automotive Network, Allianz Global Assitance, Luke Laurence about how to stay safe on the road this summer especially whilst travelling with your pet.

1 hour ago / 07:12

Tim and Dee Dee talk to the Founder of Simply Organised, Amy Revell about how to get organised for Christmas Day.

2 hours ago / 08:28

Tim and Dee Dee chat to Psychotherapist, Dr Karen Phillip about how your health can be impacted if you don’t take a holiday this summer break.

3 hours ago / 09:15

David Prior talks to Frank Moorehouse about his new book “The Drover’s Wife”

10 hours ago / 10:49

David Prior talks to Fernando Aragones, who goes under the name of Animal Ventura, who is touring Australia at the moment.  

11 hours ago / 08:15

David Prior talks to Andrew P Street about his new book The Long and Winding Way to the Top, a book compiling 50 or so songs that made Australia; including Jimmy Barnes, AC/DC, Sia and Kylie.

11 hours ago / 14:20

Sam Stove speaks to the General Manager of The Australian Reptile Park Tim Faulkner to discover about platypus venom!

13 hours ago / 12:01

Sam Stove speaks to Andrew Groom HR Manager for the Australian Antarctic Division to find out about the amazing jobs on offer in Antarctica including being a fridge mechanic! For more information on the jobs available click HERE.

14 hours ago / 09:55

Sam Stove speaks to Professor David Glance, Director of UWA, Centre for Software Practice, University of Western Australia about the trend of politicians social media accounts being “hacked”

14 hours ago / 09:23

Wineries are targeting music, sport and weddings events to their venues. Ben Malouf, Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett chat to Michael Hope, founder of Hope Estate in NSW’s Hunter Valley.

16 hours ago / 09:02

Lisa Hasen – Vice President, Sales at OpenTable Asia Pacific – speaks to Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett about the restaurants of the future.

17 hours ago / 08:18

Nick Haslam – Professor of Psychology, Melbourne University – chats to Kayley Harris and Nick Bennett about research which has found that the temperature of where you live affects the friendliness of it’s citizens.

18 hours ago / 07:13

The Village People played in Perth last Thursday to horrible reviews. Graeme Watson from OUTinPerth was there and he chats with Nick Bennett and Kayley Harris on The Daily Drive.

18 hours ago / 07:45

Each year, chefs, authors and publishing companies from all around the world submit ideas for Oprah’s Christmas Favourites. It’s incredibly popular and very hard to make. However our very own Kim McCosker did it! With her Marzipan Marbles. Listen in for the 4 ingredients recipe.

19 hours ago / 03:03

How long is ‘normal’ for gut transit time? Accredited practising and research dietitian Lyndal McNamara shares some great advice on Better Living with Ed Phillips.

20 hours ago / 10:17

Christmas is a great time to rest, relax and enjoy the company of family and friends. The day tends to involve lots of foods, gifts and also the sounds of plenty of bon bons popping and cracking. But how can we make the Christmas of 2017 a little more eco friendly? Eco living expert Laura Trotta […]

20 hours ago / 08:49

Dr Joe Kosterich shared some great news regarding weight loss and type 2 diabetes remission.

22 hours ago / 08:28
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