Playing one game of WAFL is still a dream for many young footballers so for Kris Miller to notch up 300 games leaves him with a strange mix of pride and humility. Peter Bell caught up with Kris about his long career and some of the greats he has played with.
It is hard to believe that statuesque Australian Netball champion Caitlin Bassett would be anything but confident in her appearance but during her teens she was a target for criticism and bullies. Peter Bell spoke to Caitlin about how she overcame the critics to become who she is today.
You know him as Mike Dundee, the man born in a cave who always carries a bigger knife! Paul Hogan, the man himself, joined Peter Bell in the studio to discuss his life, and his tour An Evening With Hoges.
Brickies beware! You may need to mind your P's and Q's with more and more women taking up the trowel and throwing down the slurry. Peter Bell spoke to Stacey Rimene (a brickie herself) from Home Group WA about the fall of one of the great male bastions.
Seasoned journalist Steve Butler believes he was drugged and robbed while covering the New York Marathon for the West Australian newspaper. Peter Bell spoke to Steve about the incident and his attempts to discover the twelve hours he lost in New York.
When it comes to your baby most parents will try any new fad to give them the best start in life. New research from the Telethon institute has looked at some of the most popular fads for mothers to be and the results are surprising.
Author and teacher Di Willcox has raised the issue of children being robbed of their childhood because they are obsessed by their body image. Di spoke to Peter bell about the disturbing trend emerging among girls as young as three.
Steve Wallis' brand of tough love has made him a huge success on Channel 10's 'The Biggest Loser' but is there a softer side to his other persona ' The Commando"? Peter Bell spoke to Steve about fame, fortune and the big decision to ditch his trademark sunnies.
The sport of Roller Derby is alive and well in Western Australia and testament to its strength is the fact that it now allows men to roll with the ladies. Peter Bell got the good oil from wife and husband team Mel and Dan O'Hara aka 'Mosh' and 'D.A.N.' from Swan City Derby.
Two of Channel Seven's most respected journalists joined Peter Bell to outline this weekends Telethon celebrations. Sports Journalist Jim Wilson and Newsreader Chris Bath spoke with Peter Bell about the 24 hour party that is Perth's own Telethon.
As one of Australia's best known and successful singers Tina Arena’s voice and style are instantly recognisable. She joined Peter Bell to discuss her latest album 'Reset" and her long awaited autobiography 'Now I Can Dance'.
Celebrity chef Anna Gare joined Peter Bell in studio for what Peter thought was going to be a chat about her new book 'The Best Food Is Made At Home'. But when Anna Gare gets going, quite often the last thing you talk about is cooking. Listen to Anna and Peter here.
It would seem that the days of once a week shopping are disappearing as our modern lifestyle and clever marketing send us to the shops on an almost daily basis. Peter Bell spoke to technology expert Dr Gary Mortimer from Queensland University of Technology.
A former police chaplain turned exorcist says that the demand for his services to cast out demons from cursed people has increased dramatically in the past few years. Peter Bell spoke to Father Barry May about his experiences casting out demons.
Despite increases in forensic science, fingerprinting is still one of the most reliable tools available to authorities to prove identity and help solve of crimes. Peter Bell spoke to independent fingerprint expert Gordon Kendal about the evolution of fingerprinting.
Corporal Ben Roberts Smith, Australia's most decorated soldier in the modern era, says he struggled for months with the decision to leave the ADF but says he now knows it was the right decision. The Victoria Cross and Medal for Gallantry recipient spoke with Peter Bell.
President Barack Obama has ordered the majority of government departments to close down after extreme partisanship between the Democrats and Republicans prevented agreement over healthcare funding. Peter Bell spoke to US correspondent Richard Arnold.
Around 1000 members of the country's largest outlaw motorcycle club, the Rebels, have crossed the WA border on their national run en route to Perth. Peter Bell spoke to the Manager of the Eucla Motor Hotel Amanda and Linda from the Ceduna Caravan park.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in to the kitchen, health experts have listed 10 items found in even the cleanest kitchens that could cause severe gastric problems. Peter Bell spoke to Professor Charles Watson from John Curtin School of Health Sciences Research.
One of Australia's leading pain experts says that one in five children under the age of five years suffers in silence with chronic pain because of a stigma attached to pain. Peter Bell spoke to Professor Michael Cousins about suffering ion silence.
From humble beginnings, 115 years ago today, the Perth Zoo has grown in to one of the most successful conservation focused zoos in the world. Peter Bell spoke to Acting Perth Zoo CEO Maria Finnigan about how the focus and direction of the zoo has changed over the years.
A teenager from Wollongong has set a record by being the youngest person to fly solo around the world in a single engine aircraft. Ryan Campbell, 19, spoke to Peter Bell about spending 10 weeks navigating 14 different countries with a staggering 200 hours in the air.
According to the DeLonghi National Coffee Report, what coffee you drink can say a lot about the type of person you are. The report found latte drinkers are high-maintenance, while flat white consumers are plain and boring. Peter Bell chatted with DeLonghi’s Karina Darling.
Spandau Ballet lead singer Tony Hadley is coming to Perth for a special event at the Astor theater where he will sing with the support of a full orchestra. Peter Bell caught up with the man who unleashed hits like Gold and True and pioneered the new romantic music movement.
New research has predicted that in the next 10 years 50% of jobs that exist today will be done by robots. What does this mean to you? Do you wish a robot would do your job now? Peter Bell spoke to social researcher Peter McCrindle from McCrindle Research.
For some homeowners the humble letterbox is much more than a just a place to dump catalogues and junk mail. For them it is a chance to break free of the increasingly bland suburban landscape. Kate Dyer is documenting the great Australian letterbox and want to hear from you.
Perth veterinarian turned filmmaker Stephen Van Mil is leading the charge to save the Orang-utan from extinction. Peter Bell spoke to Stephen about his plans to raise money to buy tracts of land in Borneo where the species can be protected.
Tony Abbott has been photographed holding hands with his daughter. Peter spoke to Prof Bruce Robinson, author of Father in the Fast Lane and Daughters and their Dads about whether many adult daughters would hold their fathers' hands.
The Black Ivory Coffee Company Ltd in Northern Thailand produces coffee from Arabica coffee beans consumed by elephants and collected from their feces. Peter Bell spoke to Blake Dinkin from Black Ivory Coffee about their interesting blend.
Monday was National Middle Child Day. Peter Bell spoke to Michael Grose, author of Why First Borns Rule the World and Last Borns Want to Change it. Michael explains middle child syndrome and how birth order can shape your child’s personality.
Peter Bell is no stranger to 6PR listeners, having being an integral part of its AFL and Sport coverage for the past two years. He now takes on the challenge of his own show Monday to Friday Afternoons between 12 and 3pm.
Following on in the memory of one of his boyhood heroes, William Shakespeare, Peter Bell is continuing to fill the world with wonderful poetry. Lacking the skills of the great bard Belly has decided to give substance to modern pop songs by re-invigorating them in 'Belly's Modern Poetry".