Episode 321: ANZAC Day 2017 Special

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As we remember those Australian and New Zealand diggers who landed at Gallipoli but didn’t make it home, we talk to some special guests for whom ANZAC Day has a special meaning. Stuart Robert served in the Army for 12 years in Infantry and Intelligence Corps units. Leaving the Army in 2000, he started an IT business and charity, before being elected as … Read More

Episode 319: Lee Strobel gives us insight into his book, and now feature film “The Case For Christ”

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Lee Strobel considered a divorce when his wife came home one day as a Christian. As a journalist, legal editor of The Chicago Tribune, author and sceptic, Lee set about researching the origins of Christianity to debunk his wife’s beliefs. Instead, his riveting quest for the truth led him to a life of faith – and his story is now a major motion picture … Read More

Episode 318: Jon Stevens on fronting multiple bands, appearing in one of Australia’s most successful theatre productions and his new solo record

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Jon Stevens started his singing career in New Zealand at the tender age of 13. After some success in his homeland, he set his sights on Australia, and proceeded to start the chart-topping band Noiseworks. In 1992, he appeared in Jesus Christ Superstar alongside John Farnham, Kate Ceberano and Angry Anderson. The cast recording album was the highest selling album in Australia … Read More

Episode 316: Aussie songstress Rachael Leahcar talks about her new album and keeping her blindness a secret from The Voice producers

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Adelaide singer Rachael Leahcar wowed Australia with her rendition of “La Vie en rose” on The Voice. Coached by Australia’s superstar sweetheart Delta Goodrem, Rachael came third in the competition, and scored a record deal with Universal Music. After releasing three Top 40 albums under the label, she’s going independent for her latest release Shadows, featuring songs she’s penned over the last … Read More

Episode 315: CEO of Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia (PANDA) Terri Smith talks about anxiety and depression in new parents and help thats available

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PANDA (Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia) is a national not-for-profit organisation that was formed in Victoria in 1985. It’s estimated 1800 new parents are diagnosed EVERY WEEK with post natal depression and PANDA provides the only specialist national perinatal mental health telephone counselling service, as well as working to reduce the stigma around perinatal anxiety and depression, and providing education services to health … Read More

Episode 314: The swimwear business that started in the outback – we chat to Coola Cozzies creator Julie Brown

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Outback Queensland is the last place you would expect to find the headquarters of a swimwear business, but that’s exactly where you’ll find the home base of Coola Cozzies. Founder Julie Brown thought of the idea while on holiday in Yeppoon, failing to find a fun rashie in her size. In between working on the farm, she drew up a … Read More

Episode 313: Scummy Mummy Helen Thorn built a business on bad parenting PLUS Janine Garner talks networking

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Helen Thorn is one half of blog, podcast and comedy duo The Scummy Mummies. Originally from Melbourne, Helen has lived in the UK since 2006. Together with fellow mum Ellie Gibson, she co-hosts the UK’s number one parenting podcast – a fortnightly chat show for less-than-perfect parents, and performs live shows around the country. The Scummy Mummies book has just been released … Read More

Episode 312: Colin Buchanan on the National Day of Thanks PLUS Muffy Churches’ tips for public speaking

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Colin Buchanan is a diverse entertainer, who has been seen on Play School, Playhouse Disney and Carols In The Domain. As well as an extensive catalogue of children’s music, Colin is a Golden Guitar winning country artist, accomplished Christian artist and his Christmas albums as Bucko & Champs became Aussie classics. As an ambassador for the National Day of Thanks, … Read More