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Wise Wednesday

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 9 May, 2012 - 12:15 PM
Todd McKenney joined Tony McManus on the Afternoon program for Wise Wednesday thanks to Amana Living.

Over the years, the wisdom of West Australians has helped put this great state on the map.

6PR is inviting Authors, Nobel Prize Winners, Professors, athletes, and business leaders all aged over 50 to share their very own unique wisdom.

Every Wednesday afternoon, listen to Wise Wednesday with Tony Mac and thanks to Amana Living, you’ll get to hear some Western Australian wisdom.

Amana Living is one of Western Australia's largest aged care providers. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2012, Amana Living truly helps those in the second half of life to stay active and fulfilled.

 

Todd McKenney, Entertainer and passionate gardener.


Alan Cransberg, Chairman and Managing Director of ALCOA and board member of the West Coast Eagles

 

John Crilly, stalwart of the Perth media scene and key figure in producing many of Channel 7's big TV event broadcasts like the Telethon Mainy Match.

 

Richard Court, former WA Premier.


Professor Peter Newman, Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University

Jeff Newman, Weather broadcaster for Channel 7 and charity fund raiser.


Judith Darlington, First woman appointed as General Manager of The Western Australian Club in 117 years.


City of Vincent Mayor, Alannah MacTiernan


West Coast Eagles CEO, Trevor Nesbitt


Archbishop of Perth, Roger Herft

 

Marathon Swinner, Shelley Taylor-Smith


Entrepreneur and WA businessman, John Hughes

For more information on Amana Living, click here.

Wise Wednesday’s for Amana Living on 882 6PR.

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