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Is he injured or just out of form? Brad Hardie says either way 'drop Naitanui now!' Do you agree with Brad?

Is he injured or just out of form? Brad Hardie says either way 'drop Naitanui now!' Do you agree with Brad?

Drop Nic Naitanui now

Former Brownlow medalist Brad Hardie says Eagles ruckman Nic Naitanui is either injured or just out of form but either way he needs to be dropped now. Steve and Basil spoke Hardie about the West Coasts' meager performance against Geelong.

Beggars bagging $400 a day

'Professional' beggars are netting upwards of $400 a day according the Perth Lord Mayor. The Lord Mayor, Lisa Scaffidi has told the Breakfast program that the number of beggars in the city is growing and she has heard some 'professional' beggars earning up to $400 a day. Steve and Baz spoke to Ms Scaffidi about the issue and what can be done to help those in need.

Zempilas dismissed at 6PR

Gone! Basil Zempilas has been dismissed at 6PR by a member of management. 6PR Breakfast co-host Basil Zempilas has been controversially dismissed by acting program manager Gary Rendell. The whole event was caught on video this morning during the eight o'clock news during an inpromtu game of office cricket.

Cox closes in on record

Dean Cox will draw equal with former team mate Glen Jackovich's game record on Saturday. Barring an unforseen injury West Coast ruckman Dean Cox will equal the Eagles games record of 276, held by inaugural premiership player Glen Jackovich. Steve and Basil spoke to both of the Eagles legends about the passing of the torch.

Only one job needs to go

Is current QANTAS CEO Alan Joyce the problem with our national carrier? Have your say here. The national secretary of the Aircraft Engineers Association says QANTAS only needs to get rid of one job to return the national carrier back in to black. Steve Mills and Basil Zempilais spoke to Steve Purvinas who has his fingers crossed that current QANTAS CEO Allan Joyce will resign.

I really do see dead people

Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense. An English woman says she has the same abilities as his character. She may not be the doe-eyed nine year old, Cole Sear, from the movie Sixth Sense but Pam MacKay does claim that she can see and speak to dead people. Steve and Basil spoke to Pam about her ability and some of the people she has helped.

Branson weighs in

Sir Richard Branson. Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas hooked a big name with Sir Richard Branson weighing into the State Government’s shark mitigation policy. Branson says it is sad a country like Australia is setting a bad example to the rest of the world.

Watts an Ellington surprise

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watt performing for the crowd at Ellington Jazz Club. Image Jess Herbert. Video:Music lovers at Ellington Jazz club were treated to an unscheduled performance from Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts last night. Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas spoke to Jess Herbert from Ellington's about the performance.

Helen (not so) Reddy

Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas spoke to, a somewhat grumpy, Helen Reddy about her Australian tour. There has been a lot written about Helen Reddy in the past but one thing we did learn about the voice behind 70's mega hits 'I am Woman' is that she really isn't a morning person. Steve and Basil spoke to Ms. Reddy at the ungodly time of 9.20am est.

Parents helping kids into homes

Parents give kids a helping hand More parents are using their savings to help their children break into the real estate market. The trend comes as median house prices in Perth surge past $545 000. Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas spoke with Bluebay Home Loans Managing Director Don Crellin about parent loans.

'Don't retouch school photos'

Should school photos be electronically retouched? One Victorian mum says no. What do you think? Image: Chalize Theron A Victorian mum says she is shocked by an option to pay an extra $22 to retouch her teenage daughters’ annual school photos. Steve and Baz spoke to Essendon mother of three Mira Smoljko about her outrage.

Perth's own Dr Dolittle

Claire M Stade explains how she is able to talk with animals. Listen for yourself here. Meet Perth's very own, and first, animal whisperer. Claire M Stade is set to become the first person in Western Australia to become a qualified animal whisperer. Clare joined Steve Mills in the studio to explain how she is able to talk to the animals.

A real 'Child of Courage'

Pride of Australia Back in 2011, as a 12 year old, Elliott Jackson acted selflessly to rescue his father Stuart after a surfing accident. Two years later Elliott has been recognised for his heroism with the WA Pride of Australia 'Child of Courage' award.

Jobs gone but points safe

5000 jobs will be cut from QANTAS but the frequent flyer program is safe according to experts. Aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas says the cuts QANTAS CEO Alan Joyce announced today should have been done 10 years ago. Talking to Steve and Baz on the Breakfast show Geoffrey said the frequent flyer program was safe, quashing rumours circulating the rewards program was to be scrapped.

Shy heroes deserve award

Two men risked their own lives to save a mother and son in rough seas off Denmark, WA. A mother and son owe their lives to two you boys who negotiated rough seas and a powerful rip at Lights beach in Denmark to rescue them. John East witnessed the rescue and told Steve Mills that the two teenagers deserve an award for rescuing the pair and their dog.

Go fish! It's good for you

The benefits of fishing as a past time go well beyond just a free feed. If you thought fishing was only good for a couple of hours of peace and quiet and the odd free feed of fish, think again. New research shows that fishing is one of the healthiest past times you can participate in. Learn more here with Steve Mills.

Flight attendants fear insecticide

Flight attendants claim chemicals sprayed on long-haul flights may contribute to Parkinson's disease. Flight attendants on long-haul flights fear the chemicals they spray throughout cabins may lead to them developing Parkinson's disease. Steve Mills spoke to lawyer Tanya Segalov who is representing one flight attendant in a compensation claim against QANTAS.

China Town's $2 mill facelift

Perth's China Town is getting a $2 million injection but is it enough? Have your say here. Is two million dollars enough money to reinvent Perth's China Town in to an exciting tourism precinct or is it like putting lipstick on a pig? Steve Mills spoke to Michael Keileer from the Northbridge Improvement Group about how (and if) the area can be transformed.

Lessons learnt: Dawn Fraser

Dawn Fraser's new book There is, and only ever will be, one Dawn Fraser. Dawn has penned a new book which is a collection of life's lessons as only she could have learned them through her colorful and sometimes dark life. Steve Mills spoke to dawn on the Breakfast show.

6PR's five pillars of football

Five Pillars 6PR has assembled five of football's sharpest minds to deliver comprehensive analysis and inside knowledge of the game we love. Each day at around 7.50 you'll hear Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas pick some of the best brains in the business.

Entertainment with Peter Ford

Peter Ford 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. Peter can be heard every day at 8.20 on the Breakfast show Steve Mills and Basil Zempalis.

Michael Barlow on Breakfast

Michael Barlow back to his first Fremantle star mid-fielder Michael Barlow is back for season 2014 and will join Steve Mills every Thursday at 7.55. Michael will give you insight in to how the Dockers are travelling throughout this years season.

Talking law with Tom Percy QC

Tom Percy 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.