Episode 301: It’s far from the beginning for Deborah Conway PLUS chillaxing with Angela Lockwood

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

  There isn’t much in the entertainment industry Deborah Conway hasn’t done. She started as part of the pioneering band Do-Ré-Mi, before releasing the solo mega-hit It’s Only The Beginning. A prolific songwriter with 10 albums under her belt, Deborah has also dabbled in acting, modelling and being the artistic director of the Queensland Music Festival. Later this year, she’ll join … Read More

Episode 300: Leigh Van Der Horst on creating a community for women who have lost their mum; Melissa Browne’s tax hacks

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

  Leigh Van Der Horst was a grown woman with a husband and kids of her own when she lost her mother to cancer in 2008. In trying to overcame her devastating grief, Leigh struggled to find the support to help her through the loss. She set about writing the book Without My Mum as a way to rediscover herself and her inner strength, … Read More

Episode 299: Rhys Muldoon on House Husbands, Play School and playing the villain; freelance journalist Stephen Corby

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

If you haven’t seen something Rhys Muldoon has been in over the years…you’re not Australian! His extensive resume includes film, television, radio, music and theatre. A beloved Play School alumnus who translated his love of entertaining children into 2 ARIA Award nominated albums, Rhys currently stars in the Channel 9 drama House Husbands, and he joined us to talk about – … Read More

Episode 298: Brisbane Lions AFLW captain Emma Zielke; Dr Justin Coulson – ‘stop, look, listen’ & Susie’s birthday surprise!

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

She’s one of Queensland’s most decorated female footballers, having been a state captain and the 2014 and 2015 QWAFL Best and Fairest winner. In January this year, Emma Zielke was named captain of the Brisbane Lions team for the inaugural AFL Women’s competition. Emma talks about the growing support of professional women’s sport and how she prepares for games. Plus parenting expert Dr Justin … Read More

Episode 297: Angry Anderson – the hard rocker with the big heart

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

Despite his nickname, the frontman of Aussie rock band Rose Tattoo – Angry Anderson – is a passionate advocate against injustice who is responsible for some inspiring classic songs. He’s had a foray into politics, become an advocate for youth, men’s health and domestic violence victims and he’s still touring, performing his iconic hits. Angry isn’t shy about sharing his opinions … Read More

Episode 296: Jude Kalman & Chris Shadbolt on ‘Uncontained Love’; Sabrina Rogers-Anderson talks bogan baby names

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

For over a decade now, Gold Coast resident Chris Shadbolt and his family have quietly driven an initiative that delivers shipping containers filled with educational supplies, medical equipment and other household goods to communities in need throughout Africa. Filmmaker Jude Kalman and producer (and Channel 9 journalist Carrie-Anne Greenbank joined Chris to document his amazing work in a series called … Read More

Episode 295: Bruce Morcombe launches new app to help keep kids safe PLUS Angela Lockwood on bad choices

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

14 years after the disappearance of their son Daniel, Bruce and Denise Morcombe continue to devote their lives to the safety and protection of children. As well as visiting schools and fundraising, the Morcombe Foundation is embracing technology, developing apps to educate kids and provide parents with peace of mind. We chat to Bruce about the years since Daniel went … Read More

Episode 294: Mark Gable from The Choirboys talks paradise, depression and AC/DC; Rowdy McLean on

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

The Choirboys have been a fixture on the Australian music scene for over 30 years. Championed by music industry legend Ian “Molly” Meldrum, and having supported the likes of The Angels and Rose Tattoo and Cold Chisel on tour, Choirboys brought us iconic hits like Run To Paradise and Boys Will Be Boys. Now the guys are back on tour with their take on … Read More

Episode 293: Happiness expert Dr Bruce Wells; PLUS Angela Lockwood on stopping excuses controlling your life

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

Dr Bruce Wells is a happiness expert on a mission to show people how they can enjoy happier, more productive, and more purposeful lives. As well as his academic achievements, Bruce has spent time working with school children in Papua New Guinea, elite athletes in Australia, and business groups in China. He joins us to talk about his Happiness Challenge – a … Read More

Episode 292: Top money tips from Effie Zahos; Dr Justin Coulson on ‘those’ days

Damien Haffenden0 Comments

Effie Zahos started out as a graduate trainee with one of Australia’s major banks. In 1997, she started her career in finance journalism working with Paul Clitheroe as head researcher for Channel Nine’s Money TV series. She’s also been the editor of Money magazine for over 20 years. We couldn’t think of anyone better to breakdown household finances and give us some … Read More