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  • Conservative John on Paul Murray Retires Enjoy your travel Paul. I hope 882 don't do their normal thing and replace you with some old hack, they need new blood. more
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  • Pepita on Paul Murray Retires A massive loss to journalism in WA, Paul will leave big shoes to fill. Would be nice to see a woman take drive though to ... more
  • Graham on Paul Murray Retires Hi PaulWhy are you waiting till end of 2014 ?What are the labor Party going to do without you marketing them ? more
  • Walter on Crying poor after the boom How is it Premier Barnett uses the argument that the increased volume output of iron ore will compensate for fall in its ... more
  • Luke Reymond on Bali weddings in tatters Sadly Paul and Catherine Williams of Bali D'Luxe weddings  conned my little sister out of $25,000 and on the day the ... more
  • troy on Paul Murray Retires not happy Paul, u r a person for the people ,. god bless more
  • Mr Cranky on Paul Murray Retires Paul,I haven't always agreed with you,informative and precise comes to mind with your presentation.Time to enjoy life,all ... more
  • Brian Whitby on Paul Murray Retires Sorry to hear the news that you are retiring Paul. We have had or difference of opinion on a few occasions but you I listen ... more
  • Allan Bowes on Paul Murray Retires I'd like to wish Paul all the best for the future.Thoroughly enjoyed your shows in the morning and afternoon.You will be ... more
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  • Mick on Let Andy's death mean something "planning to erect a heartfelt, yet confronting plaque near the hotel" This is best to be planted in a cemetery. more
  • Dr Pamela Schulz on Abbey's Project There is clearly a disconnect between the system and its flawed outcomes and those who seek remedies from it. My research on ... more
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  • Christine on Bravest thing I've ever seen Fantastic interview Gary with Robbie this morning about Sean Pollard's shark attack. Love your work. Good luck to Sean his ... more
  • Lana on Abbey's Project Thanks to people like Hetty who understand these issues and speak out. We also need to remember that getting a child sexual ... more
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At the Table with Rob Broadfield

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 16 January, 2012 - 7:26 AM
Rob Broadfield

"Food, glorious food" It might as well be the catchcry of Rob Broadfield. As the food and restaurant expert for the West Australian he is the man who knows food. Rob joins Steve Mills every Friday after 8 for 'At the Table' where all things food are discussed.

 



 

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Blog comments Your Say

  • Sorry, did I just address "Steve" as "Tony" If so, I apologize.
    Rosie

    rosie Friday 16 November, 2012 - 8:46 AM
  • Hi Tony,
    Would you please explain to your guest Rob Broadfield that Van Eileen on Cottesloe beach was closed down because of state health laws. After about 40 years trading the owners were told they must provide facilities, which would require great expense. They opted not to. Please pass this on to Paul Murray's guest who phoned in to back up Broadfield's incorrect statement that the local council closed Van Eileen. Less of the bias against Cottesloe and the "western suburbs" would be welcome.

    Regards,
    Rosie

    rosie Friday 16 November, 2012 - 8:43 AM
  • Rob it is such a shame that you didn't find the "Supper Club" at Kendenup Lodge & Cottages, during your trip to the Great Southern. We have dined there and what a fabulous experience it was. Even better than a lot of the big name restaurants in Town.

    Cheryl Irwin Thursday 26 July, 2012 - 3:41 PM
  • Hi Rob, great work in Pauls abscence mate.
    I want to take my wife out for our anniversary this coming Saturday, she loves Italian, we are based in Armadale, could you recommend a quality Italian restaurant potentially but not essential south of the river please. regards Phil
    ps: I'm in & out of truck all day everyday so I email reply would be extremely grateful
    cheers mate :)

    Phil Sunday 6 May, 2012 - 9:59 PM

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