Kirk Clyatt Every fortnight Tony speaks to US Correspondent Kirk Clyatt. Tonight Kirk talks about Memorial Day Weekend, A Seal lion that pulled a girl in the water, Bitcoin and what they are really worth, Stolen Jokes and much more
Billy Pinnell Billy Pinnell is one of Australia’s most knowledgeable music broadcasters and every fortnight we have a chat to Billy and look at the history of some well known songs. In this segment we feature LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM & CHRISTIME McVIE / “IN MY WORLD”. STEVIE NICKS W/TOM PETTY/ “STOP DRAGGIN’MY HEART AROUND”. JOHN STEWART W/STEVIE NICKS & LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM / “GOLD”. FLEETWOOD MAC/ “RHIANNON”
Every fortnight Tony speaks to practising Community Pharmacist and Accredited Herbalist Gerald Quigley In this spot we look at – New questions over the use of Stains Sleep Disorders have different symptoms in men and women Chances of Colon cancer recurrence cut by 50% in people who eat nuts. Could chocolate e guard against an irregular heart beat (artial fiberillation) Listerine to soak feet – are you kidding?
The Dockers have suffered a 100 point to the Crows at Adelaide Oval. Adelaide 20.23.143 def. Fremantle 6.7.43 It’s the eighth time Fremantle have lost by a triple figure margin and their biggest loss since round 21 2010 against the Hawks. Adelaide blitzed the Dockers from the outset with 14 scoring shots to one in the first […]
WA has thumped Victoria by 63 points for their first ever win in Victoria. It’s five consecutive wins for the WAFL team after wins against Tasmania, SANFL, NEAFL and two wins against Victoria. South Fremantle spearhead Ben Saunders kicked six goals and won the Simpson medal. WA skipper Kyal Horsley spoke with 6PR after the groundbreaking […]
Darren and Sue answer all of your questions and problems with Weekend Gardening.
Darren and Sue chat with Ben Aylett from EziWireless to discuss what our Google searches tell us about ourselves.
Elizabeth Brennan from Moora Citrus joins Darren and Sue to discuss Imperial Mandarins.
Darren catches up with Manager of the Ningaloo Marine Park, Peter Barnes, to celebrate their 30th year of conservation.