Perth music lovers will need to be fast as tickets to Grease the musical are on sale! The multi-million dollar production will be featuring Maria Hines who will star as “Teen Angel”, the international star Hines told Julie-Anne Sprague on 6PR Afternoons she may not be the lead but is thrilled to be a part […]
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As the silly season fast approaches, there are growing concerns for fast food and retail store employees as staff are reporting a spike of customer abuse. WA Secretary of the Shopping, Distributive Allied Employees’ Association Union Ben Harris told Julie-Anne Sprague on 6PR Afternoons there needs to be more done to protect frontline workers. “We’ve […]
WA’s very own Stuey Vieryra is aiming to become the best Elvis performer in Australia, competing at Parkes Elvis Festival! The Elvis tribute artist told Julie-Anne Sprague on 6PR Afternoons he started in 2016 stepping away from a life as DJ and hasn’t looked back since. “It’s been an experience, it’s been crazy, it’s taken […]
Despite forecasts of a hot summer many Australians are still expected to hit the road for this upcoming holiday season. RAC Manager of Vehicles and Fuels Alex Forrest told Julie-Anne Sprague on 6PR Afternoons drivers to check their car before they start packing, especially soaring temperatures. “We’re expecting much higher temperatures than what we’ve had […]
Curtin University has reinstated a one-year graduate diploma of teaching, in a bid to fast track students into the workforce. Head of Curtin University’s School of Education Professor Jeff Brooks told Julie-Anne Sprague on 6PR Afternoons it’s a course that caters for a wide range of people. “The idea is that this is a pathway […]
“Self awareness is knowing who we are at the deepest levels, knowing what our values and motivations are.” Listen to Leadership Mentor Karyn Lisignoli chat to Michaela Carr about New Year’s resolutions and self awareness.
What lives in the deep blue? More specifically what lives in the depths of WA’s South West. The man who knows it all is Esperance film maker and marine researcher Dave Riggs. This season Dave hosted an international film crew this season and one of his cameras captured vision of an oceanic blue far beyond […]
Theresa Youngs-Lachmund helped establish the Vincent Community Kitchen in 2018, a project in the City of Vincent where local businesses can donate ingredients for people to cook and share healthy meals. Listen to Theresa chat to Michaela Carr about building a community while also saving food from landfill.
Mick thinks hair dressers shouldn’t have mirrors and that young peoples drinking habits are strange these days.
Perth-born actress Zoe Ventoura is best known for her starring role as Melissa Rafter in Packed to the Rafters, in which she earned a Logie Award nomination for Most Popular Actress. Growing up in Thornlie, Zoe was always dedicated to the arts, spending countless hours dancing at her mother’s studio and later studying music in high […]
Born into privilege, Tom Penglis admits his father had a tougher upbringing than he did, but he found himself in prison in 2019 despite the benefits privilege gave him. He started taking drugs while in high school, and by the time he was doing an undergraduate degree, he was selling drugs. “I did my entire […]
Wendy Harmer is a trailblazer of the Australian entertainment industry. The comedian, who began as a journalist, achieved international success before returning home to become the first woman to host a TV comedy show and a prime-time radio slot. She joined Julie-anne Sprague on this week’s edition of 6PR’s Backstories. Press PLAY to Wendy Harmer’s […]
Best known for her role as Ailsa Stewart in the classic Australian soap opera Home and Away, Judy Nunn is not just a TV legend but a prolific author as well. Selling over 1.5 million copies of her novels, the Perth-born actress-turned-author grew up travelling to remote parts of WA with her dad for work […]
Ben Wyatt is the second-youngest sitting parliamentarian and in 2017 was the first Aboriginal person to serve as a state or territory treasurer. Touted as a future premier, he’s on the boards of blue-chip companies Rio Tinto and Woodside and is a board member of the West Coast Eagles. Ben is a supporter of the […]