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The man behind that “Yes” text

Thousands of Aussies received a text over the weekend urging mobile phone users to Vote Yes in the national postal vote for same-sex marriage. Many expressed their outrage on social media with some recipients saying the Yes Vote bullying has encouraged them to change their vote to a “no”. The Director of Australians for Equality […]

Entertainment with Peter Ford

Peter Ford has all the latest and breaking entertainment news daily on 6PR Breakfast. On Monday, Peter told us a porn star accused Shane Warne of hitting her, the Police investigated but released Warney with no charge.   Here’s my statement to false allegations ! — Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) September 24, 2017

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Talking Sport with Kim Hagdorn

Kim Hagdorn joins Steve and Baz weekdays at 7.55am for all the latest sports news you need to know. On Monday, Haggers gave us the most likely outcome from the MRP on the Trent Cotchin decision and whether or not he will play in the Grand Final.

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Enda Brady Breakfast UK Report 

Enda Brady is 6PR Breakfast’s UK correspondent bringing us the news from the day in the UK. On Monday, Enda told us about the young mum who is fighting for her life after a hit and run, and some NFL players took their protest against the American President to the UK.  

2 hours ago / 02:05
Bob Tarlau Breakfast US Report

Bob Tarlau gives a detailed account of the news of the day in the United States of America every weekday morning. On Monday, Bob told us US President Donald Trump set off a Twitter war saying NBA stars Steph Curry and Lebron James aren’t welcome at the White House; top athletes in pro-football and basketball […]

2 hours ago / 03:11
Madame de Pompadour and the King’s Mistresses

Harry Schmitz from Elizabeths Bookshops talks about the very naughty tale of Madame de Pompadour and the King’s Mistresses in this segment with Harvey Deegan on Remember When. 24th September 2017

10 hours ago / 21:13
The story of Mary Raine

This year is the 60th Anniversary of the Raine Medical Research Foundation.   The woman who created the Raine Foundation had a remarkable life, with a humble beginning which gave no hint of her later wealth and generosity.   It’s a remarkable story of a determined woman who left a legacy for the betterment of others. […]

10 hours ago / 15:19
Is 70 the new retirement age?

Ian Yates CEO of COTA talks about the realities for the aging population

23 hours ago / 10:03
Activity-based work environments

Professor Dian Tjondronegoro from Southern Cross University talks about the Australian pilot study into activity-based working

23 hours ago / 07:23
L Plate Mentors

Rhonda Bain talks about her role mentoring at L2P Learner Drive Program

23 hours ago / 08:10
Lydia Lassila

Olympic aerial skier gold medalist Lydia Lassila talks candidly about her career

23 hours ago / 11:39
Sally Obermeder’s Fab Fish Fajitas

Listen to Sally Obermeder discuss her latest recipe, ‘Fab Fish Fajitas’. The recipe is available on Sally’s website,

24/09/2017 / 01:09
HomeGrown – Formalytics – September 24, 2017

On today’s edition of HomeGrown, Holly Ade-Simpson from Formalytics joins Darren de Mello to tell us about the ultimate football training tool to improve your set shot skills and train like a professional.

24/09/2017 / 08:10
Entertainment Gossip with Clint Drieberg – September 23, 2017.

Clint Drieberg catches up with Darren de Mello for all the latest gossip from the world of Entertainment.

24/09/2017 / 09:05
Australian Accents

University of Melbourne Professor John Hajek joins Darren de Mello to discuss the differences in accents that exists in Australia.

24/09/2017 / 12:25
Just what did the Parrot order online?

Our Social Media expert Meg Coffey from Coffey and Tea explains the dangers of automated assistants in the home like Amazon Echo and Google Assist after a Parrot used it to place an order, Also IPhone 8 Launch was it a fail. They also discuss Same-sex marriage survey and much more.

23/09/2017 / 12:54
What is a Yorkshire pudding wrap?

What is a Yorkshire Pudding Wrap? Well Tamsin Gatewood our UK Correspondent tells us. Tony and Tamsin also talk about Uber, and an 18yr old appearing in court charged over the London Tube attack at Parsons Green. Plus what does her husband have to do to join a swording fighting club.

23/09/2017 / 13:38
Is Australia having its own Brexit?

Is Australia having its own Brexit or US election? Nic Hayes from Media Stable explains. As we discuss the Same Sex Marriage survey and how people feel compelled to share their votes on social media. Is this effecting the voter that haven’t decided yet?

23/09/2017 / 15:03

Don Hancey is the Head Chef of Taste WA Pavilion at the Royal Show, we found out whats on offer to enjoy and chat about the Royal Show.

23/09/2017 / 09:01
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The final hour of Mornings each week is dedicated to The Final Word segment. Gareth Parker was joined in the studio this week by 6PR’s Lisa Barnes and Channel 7 reporter Geof Parry to discuss the issues of the week and take your calls.

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WA Football League historian Dave Clement is preparing to bid farewell to Subiaco Oval this weekend, at what will be the 70th WAFL Grand Final he’s attended. The 86 year old told Mornings with Gareth Parker he still remembers his very first WAFL Grand Final.

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Kim Hagdorn joins Steve and Baz weekdays at 7.55am for all the latest sports news you need to know. On Monday, Haggers gave us the most likely outcome from the MRP on the Trent Cotchin decision and whether or not he will play in the Grand Final.

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