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JK kicks West Coast to Derby win

West Coast have come back into winning form by demolishing their cross-town rivals by 41-points at Domain Stadium on Saturday night. The Eagles flew into the first quarter to kick four unanswered goals and although Fremantle could not catch up, they never gave up, fighting right to the end for the final scoreline 16.7 (103) […]

Enda Brady April 28

Enda Brady joins Oliver Peterson with the latest news from the UK.

28/04/2017 / 04:08
Brad’s Tips

GWS to beat Western Bulldogs Hawthorn to beat St Kilda Sydney to beat Carlton Port Adelaide to beat Brisbane North Melbourne to beat Gold Coast Fremantle to beat West Coast Essendon to beat Melbourne Geelong to beat Collingwood Adelaide to beat Richmond

28/04/2017 / 05:29
Western Power pay freeze

Western Power has proposed a pay freeze for its workforce, as it prepares to open negotions on a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. Under the proposal, employees would recieve a 0% pay increase in first year of the new EBA, and an increase in-line with CPI for the following two years. The Morning Program’s Gareth Parker […]

28/04/2017 / 09:21
Social Services Minister Christian Porter

Federal Social Services minister Christian Porter joins The Morning Show’s Gareth Parker for a regular segment to discuss a range of political issues and take listeners’ calls. Hear their latest discussion, here:  

28/04/2017
PathWest under scrutiny

The State Government has requested the Public Sector Commissioner conduct an immediate inquiry into PathWest’s operations after an innocent man was convicted of a serious crime based on a DNA test procedure. Roger Cook spoke with Oliver Peterson.  

27/04/2017
The art of the Aussie jingle

Iconic Australian songwriter Kenny Walther who’s greatest creations include Kenny Echidna-Goodnight Captain Possum and both West Coast Eagles & Fremantle Dockers theme songs. He spoke with Simon Beaumont about the art of creating a timeless jingle. Listen here

27/04/2017
Gardening with Sue McDougall 27/04/17

Sue Mcdougall answers all your gardening questions every Thursday at 2pm with Simon Beaumont.

27/04/2017 / 19:14
Should WA secede?

Has the time come for WA to vote to leave the country? Craig Buchanan is the Westralia Today Founder and he says if Canberra is unable to introduce a GST floor before March 2018, the State Government should pledge to introduce a Bill into State Parliament legislating for a referendum that would allow West Australians […]

27/04/2017
Dr Tony Vigano – Swanbourne Vet Centre 27/04/17

Dr.Tony Vigano and Mel Criddle join Simon Beaumont every Thursday to answer all your pet related questions.

27/04/2017 / 20:25
Hayden Ballantyne

Fremantle Forward Hayden Ballantyne gave Steve and Baz an update on his injury and the preparation for Western Derby XLV. Listen to the full interview here…

27/04/2017 / 05:14
Mary Coustas is Effie – The Virgin Bride

Mary Coustas has been writing and acting since the mid 80s and the TV series Acropolis Now made her character “Effie” a household name. Coustas has returned to Perth for her one-woman show that sees her lovable character finally get hitched and even our very own Basil Zempilas gets a mention in the show as […]

27/04/2017 / 09:38
Book of the Week: Positive Oncology

A cancer diagnosis can bring with it a mix of emotional and physical challenges. Nurse educator Sue Mackey brings a new perspective to “the big C” in her new book. Listen to the full interview with 6PR’s Chris Ilsley below, or learn more about the book here.

26/04/2017 / 12:17
Women in charge

The tide is turning – women are increasingly being given opportunities in business with many making their way up the corporate ladder to positions of influence. Why is diversity in business important? Barry Urquhart of Marketing Focus shared his thoughts with Perth Tonight‘s Chris Ilsley.

26/04/2017 / 15:49
Calls to end creationism being taught in Aussie schools

Should creationism be taught in Australian Schools? That’s the question Plain Reason is asking. Celebrity physicist Lawrence Krauss has started at petition to get Education Minister Simon Birmingham to stop taxpayer-funding of schools that promote a creationist worldview. Plain Reason Director Brian Morris says a growing number of private religious schools promote anti-science myths, with […]

26/04/2017
Dr. Brad McKay

Afternoon’s regular Dr. Ross Walker was on holidays this week so his colleague Dr. Brad McKay joined us to help answer all your medical queries.

26/04/2017
The Job Market

Need a job? Want help with an application? Looking for staff? Join us every fortnight for The Job Market with Pauline Tarrant. Have a listen to today’s segment below.  

26/04/2017
Australian Conservatives & Family First to combine

Cory Bernardi has confirmed Family First will merge with the new Australian Conservatives Party. The move will give Australian Conservatives two seats in the South Australian parliament, but no extra representation in Canberra. It also means the fledgling party will have greater financial resources. Senator Bernardi says it makes sense to join forces.  He spoke with Oliver Peterson.

26/04/2017
Full time jobs drying up

New research suggests full-time jobs are being replaced by part-time work, especially for young people. Workforce diversity specialist Conrad Liveris has told The Morning Show’s Gareth Parker, young people want full-time work but the jobs don’t exist.    

26/04/2017
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The final hour of The Morning Show each week is dedicated to The Final Word segment. Presenter Gareth Parker is joined in the studio by former top government media advisor and veteran broadcaster, Dixie Marshall, and Channel Seven reporter, Geof Parry to discuss the issues of the week and take your calls. Listen to their latest […]

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Fremantle Forward Hayden Ballantyne gave Steve and Baz an update on his injury and the preparation for Western Derby XLV. Listen to the full interview here…

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West Coast have come back into winning form by demolishing their cross-town rivals by 41-points at Domain Stadium on Saturday night. The Eagles flew into the first quarter to kick four unanswered goals and although Fremantle could not catch up, they never gave up, fighting right to the end for the final scoreline 16.7 (103) […]

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