Episode 339: Director of the controversial faith-based film ‘The Shack’ Stuart Hazeldine answers critics

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‘The Shack’ was a popular yet controversial novel released in 2007 by author William P. Young. Ten years later, it’s been brought to life on the silver screen by Sam Worthington, Radha Mitchell and Octavia Spencer. Director Stuart Hazeldine joins us to tell us more about making the film and address concerns from the Catholic community. PLUS Rowdy McLean talks … Read More

Episode 328: Perhaps Australia’s most misunderstood Olympian Jana Pittman on the ups and downs of her career and life after sport

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Many know Jana Pittman as an Olympic hurdler. Others know her as a bobsledder in the winter Olympics (in fact, she is the first female to represent Australia at both the summer and winter games). Some may even know Jana for her off-track controversies over the years. The former sports star is now a mum and medical student, and she’s … Read More

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

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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 285: Stay-At-Home Mum Jody Allen talks budget shopping; Rowdy McLean on steering towards your dreams

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After being made redundant while on maternity leave and falling pregnant with her second child within months of having her first, Jody Allen started Stay At Home Mum on Facebook as a way to connect with other mums and share tips and advice. The Facebook page became a huge success leading to a website that has become a full-time job for … Read More

Episode 270: Louise Stephen – Eating Ourselves Sick

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Louise Stephen is a former business consultant who developed an autoimmune disease in her early thirties, which led to renal failure and a kidney transplant. After she recovered, she wanted to learn more about how she fell ill, so she started to investigate, using her business and research skills to find out what she could about diet and how it relates … Read More

Episode 256: Aiden Roberts – Tubular Bells for two and playing a bigger game in 2017

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Aidan Roberts and Daniel Holdsworth are a two man band playing the big orchestral sounds of Mike Oldfield‘s 1973 album Tubular Bells live on stage. It’s an energetic show that sees the guys playing with hands and feet simultaneously to re-create this iconic album. 0:00 – Introduction 1:42  – Aidan Roberts talks about Mike Oldfield’s iconic Tubular Bells album, and how he … Read More

Episode 131: Rowdy McLean – How do we Play a Bigger Game in our lives?

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Rowdy McLean is a keynote speaker, author, motivator and business and leadership consultant who lives the 4-hour work week. He’s climbed Mt Kilimajaro, kayaked among the icebergs in Antarctica, tracked gorillas in the jungles of Rwanda, walked the Great Wall and hiked through the Serengetti. With his book Play A Bigger Game, he shows you how to achieve more, and he shares … Read More