It may be some time before Steve Mills joins 'The Voice' judging from his early morning performance.
If you don't get up before 5.30 thank small mercies. Steve Mills has put his singing prowess on display before the 5.30 News Headlines in what has been described as a brutal attack on an American classic. Listen to Steve's version of Don McLean's American Pie.
Billionaire businessman and political aspirant Clive Palmer joined the Breakfast show to discuss his passions and political desires with Steve Mills. Mr Palmer told Steve major political parties have already started to court him to run at the next election.
The discovery of three women who have been missing, presumed dead, for over a decade has been described as the miracle that shocked the US. Steve Mills spoke to a local business owner who lived near the home where the three girls were rescued from.
Two people have been reportedly killed and dozens injured after multiple explosions were set off during the Boston Marathon. Robin Karin, a 17-year-old from Boston, has told Steve Mills two of the explosions were set off near the finish line.
Former Olympian and Channel 7 broadcaster Neil Brooks says after thirty years of making headlines with spectacular successes and failures has left him with many regrets. Steve Mills spoke to Neil about life in the headlines and his new book.
Australia's love affair with Bali may not be completely over but figures show that our holidaying hearts have wandered to the USA . Steve Mills spoke to Fight Centre's Greg Parker about the fact more Aussies are heading state side Bali this year.
The Liberal party has announced tough new laws that will target drivers that 'hoon' and disrupt neighbourhoods with reckless driving. Steve Mills spoke to Police minister Liza Harvey who says hoon drivers will lose their cars immediately if caught.
Our Mental Health and Disability Services Minister says WA will sign up to the NDIS but it will be under terms that protect the current system here in WA. Steve Mills spoke to Helen Morton about what needs to change for WA to sign.
Lives and homes in the south-west town of Greenbushes remain under threat as firefighters continue to battle fires sparked by a lightening strike. Steve Mills spoke to Bridgetown-Greenbushes Shire President Brian Moore about the mood in the town.
Channel 7's Dr Peter Larkins says it is highly unlikely that the allegations facing Essendon Football club are based around supplements but rather something more sinister. Steve Mills spoke to the AFL medico about the pursuit of sporting excellence.
Hundreds of Perth university students are apparently using a US website which allows students to find 'sugar daddies' who will pay their way through university. Steve Mills spoke to Jennifer Gwynn from seekingarrangement.com about the service.
Experts say Australians need to find an hour a day to exercise if they want to avoid becoming the obese country and suffer the associated health problems that comes with obesity. Steve Mils spoke to nutritionist Rosemary Stanton about the new guidelines.
Victoria Cross recipient Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith says he isn't leaving the the Special Air Services to pursue a career outside the military. Corporal Robert-Smith released a statement after a news story claimed he was taking up a role in the private sector.
A documentary about ABBA's Australian tour during the '70s, will be on ABC1 tonight. Annie Wright, a publicist who was with ABBA from the start of the journey, spoke to Steve Mills about the career of one of the most successful music groups in history.
More than 50 per cent of Australians have a visit to the Northern Territory on their bucket list according a survey commissioned by Tourism NT. Steve Mills spoke to NT Tourism Ambassador Tom Williams about the territory's charm.
Steve 'Old Softy' Mills has opened his heart and microphone to those of you with giddy, love fueled, Valentines Day affirmations of love. Read the best and hear the best from love puffed 6PR listeners here as well as leave your own.
Gary Puckett and The Union Gap are touring the country this year. Gary spoke to Steve Mills about the band's Perth show- they'll be coming to Perth and playing at the Astor Theatre on the 9th of March.
Paul Seymour doesn't have a problem finding work but he does seem to have a problem finding a job he likes. Paul is in the final stages of his project to have a job a week during 2012. Tim Gossage spoke to the travelling jack of all trades to find out what he has learnt on his Tour de Work.
This year will pass the $20 million mark for money raised for Challenge, a charity supporting kids with cancer. On course for his annual golf charity today, Robert Allenby spoke with Tim Gossage about the event.
Students and teachers are suffering unintended side effects, including vomiting, headaches and anxiety, from NAPLAN testing according to a study form the University of Melbourne. Steve Mills spoke to lead researcher Nicky Dulfer about the physical and emotional stress.
Fertiliser tycoon Pankaj Oswal's mansion, dubbed "Taj-on-Swan", is facing demolition because the building licence has expired. Tim Gossage spoke with property law expert Bruce Havilah about what powers the local council has to force the Oswal's to complete or demolish the mansion.
Never in my wildest imagination would I think that cremation and pyrotechnics would go together but that's why I'm not an entrepreneur. Craig Hull has started Ashes to Ashes which offers the opportunity for the ashes of loved ones or pets to be scattered via fireworks.
How long will it be before your phone is the only smart thing about you? According to researchers at Stanford University it may have been yesterday. Steve Mills spoke to lead researcher Dr Gerald Crabtree about how our genes can't keep up with evolution via technology.
The importance of the Kokoda Track and the efforts made by Australian soldiers in Papua New Guinea has been hosed down by a prominent military historian. Steve Mills spoke to Professor David Horner about his view that Japanese forces never intended to invade Australia.
Some would say Geoff Gallop is whipping a dead horse called 'Republic' when he says it is time to walk away from the monarchy and install an Australian as head of state. Steve Mills spoke to Mr Gallop who has become the head of the Australian Republican Movement.
Congratulations Steve Mills: Steve Mills has been awarded the Deborah Kirwan Award by Seniors WA for his interview with 73 year old Dilys Bossely. Steve Mills gave her a hardy 'Good morning Mrs Bossely' to discover what has kept Dilys fronting up to school for over 50 years.
An ambitious idea, by a resort company called InspireWA, to build a $2 billion theme park in the Swan Hills has been nic-named Swan Vegas by 6PR listeners. Steve Mills spoke to InspireWA director and co-founder Stephen Inouye about the theme park plan.
50 years ago this week the 7th Empire Games came to Western Australia and firmly entrenched Perth on the international sporting map. Steve Mills spoke to Salvator Coffa who competed in the weightlifting for Australia at the 1962 games to relive some of the memories.
Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner has become the first man to break the sound barrier without the use of a plane after surviving a death-defying freefall jump from the edge of space. Steve Mills spoke to Ch7's US correspondent Mike Amor who has been following the daredevil.
Australian families have embraced the idea of housing welcoming asylum seekers into their homes while await visa approval but there are not enough refugees to fill the 3000 waiting homes. Steve Mills spoke to Hilary McVey who has hosted 8 families since the program started.
We have extended trading hours so why don't we have extended ferry and bus services as well? South Perth Mayor John McGrath has asked this question and is yet to get an answer. Millsy spoke with Mr McGrath about something that sounds so logical it probably won't happen.
magazine queen Ita Buttrose says the decline in magazine circulation may be because of a dependence of editors on gossip rather than real topics. Steve Mills spoke to Ita about the needs of the modern educated Australian female reader.
He's made a career out of imitating the players and commentators who were part of Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket and now Billy Birmingham has his say on the HOWZAT mini series. Steve Mills spoke to Billy and a few special guests.
In 'My Journey' the late Jim Stynes recounts the highs and lows of his pioneering journey as an AFL experiement to becoming a reluctant Australian legend. Steve Mills spoke to Jims widow Sam about the books compelling account of his battle with cancer.
The build up for the race that stops a nation has begun with the traditional tour of the Melbourne Cup around Australia. 1999 winning jockey John Marshall, who won the cup riding Rogan Josh, joined Steve Mills to explain the mystique surrounding 'The Cup'.
As an Australian cricketer Dean Jones was gritty, dogged and ultimately successful as a middle order batsman. Now, as Steve Mills discovered, Dean Jones is about embark on his second professional sporting career at 51 as he tees up on golf's Senior Tour.
A warning for parents during school holidays with some indoor activities like arts and crafts holding hidden dangers in the chemicals in glues and plastics. Steve Mills spoke to chemical expert Mark Imisides about the problems with some craft activities.
An Australian online expert has discovered that wayward partners believe the internet is a cyber sanctuary for their discrete affairs. Steve Mills spoke with Alle Connell who is based in Chicago about here time cheaters website Ashley Madison.
The AFL has confirmed what WA footy fans already knew. Barry Cable is a ‘Legend’ of football. Steve Mills spoke to Barry about his new title and a career that saw him bag 5 premierships, play 382 games, kick 408 goals and Sandover medals.
Three time Olympian Lisa Curry wants Australia to take a deep breath and realise that winning any medal at the Olympics is a great achievement. Lisa spoke to Steve Mills to try and make some sense of the doom saying surrounding Australia's swimming performances.
According to a former Reserve Bank official the average Australian pensioner is sitting on a $50,000 cash nest egg the ATO doesn't know about. Steve Mills spoke to Peter Mair about his letter to the RBA alerting them to his potential discovery.
Perth's very own Lucy Durack joined Steve Mills in studio to talk about her new role as ditzy law student Elle in Legally Blonde, the musical. Lucy admitted walking away from Wicked was a leap of faith but had to be done.
Photo Gallery: Recent photos of the Northam Detention Centre, now officially known as the 'Yongah Hill Immigration Detention Centre' as it nears completion. Will detainees be in by June as promised by the government?
Is the lifting of defenders in netball, like a rugby lineout, an innovation or the new Trans Tasman 'underarm incident'? Steve Mills spoke to Northern Mystics Netball coach Debbie Fuller about her revolutionary new tactic.
Keith Wright is re-writing the image of Australian backpackers as twenty-something-year-olds with a propensity for over drinking and promiscuity. Keith told Steve Mills that at 95 the experiences he is chasing don't require Viagra.
This weekend's derby clash marks a milestone in John Worsfold's career as he overtakes Mick Malthouse's coaching record of 253 as head of the Eagles. Steve Mills spoke to John about preparations for his big game.
Tony Tetro has created a career by forging the great art works of the world. Now he is challenging the experts to pick the difference between his work and the masters. Steve Mills spoke to Tony about his 'Which Warhol' tour and his definition of forgery.
According to Australian geneticist Alan Bittles, it's genetically ok for first cousins to get hitched. Steve Mills spoke to Alan whos research challenges long held beliefs that being related before marriage will lead to genetic defects in children.
Adult movie star Jesse Jane joined Steve Mills to talk about her career in the porn industry. Jesse told Millsy that she was far from embarrassed about her profession but admitted that it had affected her private life and her 13 year old son.
The owner of Perth Glory has labelled the A-League final a disgrace and says his team were robbed. Steve Mills spoke to Tony Sage who says his calls for video replays to stamp out the blight of player taking dives has been ignored for four years.
Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame member and legend of the music world Bob Seger has spoken to Steve Mills about his new CD and life as a rock god. Seger explained how hits like 'Heartache Tonight' were created and the eclectic process of song writing.
6 months ago Michael Wigge set out to travel the world and left his wallet behind. It wasn't an accident, Michael wanted to see if he could navigate the globe for free. Steve Mills spoke to the frugal traveller about his journey and his documentary.
Say the name Peter Ford and the first thing that springs to mind is the world of Showbiz. Peter's coverage and knowledge of the Australian entertainment landscape is second to none and can be heard every Monday at 7.30.
West Coast Eagles ruckman Dean Cox has rejoined with 6PR for season 2013. The proud new father is looking for a huge year and will give you the inside story from the Eagles nest every Monday just after 7 on Breakfast with Steve Mills.
It's said every man needs the grounding influence of a good woman and with journalist Andrea Burns we at least have the womanly part covered. Joining Steve Mills every Tuesday for her 'Real Life' segment, Andrea delves in to the issues and dilemmas of modern life.
Author, columnist and former Wallaby, Peter FitzSimons, has been recruited to the Breakfast show for his take on the major (and sometimes minor) issues that face the world. Peter can be heard Wednesdays after the 7.30 news on Breakfast with Steve Mills.
Fremantle's star mid-fielder Michael Barlow is back for season 2013 and will join Steve Mills every Thursday at 7.15. Michael will give you insight in to how the Dockers are travelling throughout this years season.
In his regular Breakfast slot, 6PR's resident legal eagle Tom Percy has given an insiders perspective of the Llyod Rayney murder trial. Tom also told Steve MIlls he believes his long time nemesis, Christian Porter, will one day become Prime Minister.
It's been a fertile year for 'Bulltish' artists and while 2012's nominees are all guilty of taking liberties with the truth one person has risen above the pack. click here to find out who is this years Bulltish Artist for 2012 is and those that made the top ten.