For some, perhaps, the golden years of Fremantle began with the Americas Cup defence and the emergence of the Cappuccino Strip. But, for those who lived through that time, there remains a yearning for the Fremantle of half a century ago, when thousands were employed on and around the wharf, when a dozen pubs were […]
Billy Pinnell is one of Australia’s most knowledgeable music broadcasters. In tonight’s segment we feature: VAN MORRISON/ ‘HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY THAT I LOVE YOU’ (’89) THE CARPENTERS/ ‘WE’VE ONLY JUST BEGUN’ (’70) BUDDY HOLLY/ ‘EVERYDAY’ (’58) ELTON JOHN/ ‘YOUR SONG’ (’71) THE TROGGS/ ‘WILD THING’ (’66) CYNDI LAUPER/ […]
A feud broke out at Labor’s State Conference yesterday. It resulted in 150 members walking out before the Welcome to Country and during a tribute to Bob Hawke, leaving Mark McGowan to address a half-empty auditorium. Sunday Times Political Editor, Joe Spagnolo spoke with Michael and Carmen to explain what happened.
West Coast has blown a chance to cement a spot in the top four after a 38 point loss to Hawthorn at Optus Stadium. The Eagles now need Brisbane to defeat Richmond tomorrow at the MCG to finish in the top four. The win has kept Hawthorn’s finals dream alive, who need results to go […]
Today on Suburban Focus, Historian Richard Offen joined Michael and Carmen in the studio to share the history of Cottesloe. Richard speaks about how in the 1900’s Cottesloe was known as ‘The Brighton of the West’, the Cottesloe Civic Centre, what was inside the Cottesloe Oceanarium, when it’s iconic trees were planted and listeners shared […]
WW, formally Weight Watchers launched a new weight loss app last week, Kurbo, and it has experts horrified. The app is targeted at children aged 8 – 17 to help them reach a healthier weight. Health experts fear the app could lead to eating disorders and lifelong issues with food. Fiona Kane, Nutritionist at Informed […]