Podcast – Gary Pinto

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In the podcast we catch up ARIA-award winning and multi-platinum selling recording artist, Gary Pinto to chat about how he got into music and find out more about his new show! Gary is hitting the stage with “The Songs & Times of Sam Cooke – A Change is Gonna Come”. The show pays homage to one of the most influential songwriters of … Read More

Episode 898 -Sandi Docker – The Cottage at Rosella Cove

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In this podcast we are speaking with author, Sandi Docker to chat about her second heart-warming and charming novel, set in the small Australian coastal town of Rosella Cove. Why had the house stayed empty so long? Why had it never been sold? LOST Nicole has left her city life for the sleepy town of Rosella Cove, renting the old cottage … Read More

Episode1026 – Donate Life Week, April’s Remarkable Story

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On this podcast, we are catching up with a truely remarkable lady, April. She fell ill six years ago with a bad flu and a cough that refused to go away. She was eventually diagnosed with an auto-immune disease which affected her lungs and was eventually listed for transplant surgery. While waiting for her lifesaving gift she became so incapacitated … Read More

Episode 756: Rick Brewster – The Angels

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We are chatting to Rick Brewster, lead guitarist and vocalist for the Australian band, The Angels. We’ll chat to him about their Australian tour, Snakes and what means to be named number 5 in the top 50 Australian guitarists.

Episode 881: Jeff Crabtree – Living with a Creative Mind

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We have the pleasure of catching up with creative genius, Jeff Crabtree to chat bout his book, “Living with a Creative Mind” About the Book: The stories of creative people living wild, uncontrollable lives of madness, genius and selfishness are now a staple of the gossip and celebrity magazines. These abound with tales of outrageous behaviour and its inevitable consequences: … Read More

Episode 979 – Tabitha Bird – A Lifetime of Impossible Days

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We are catching up with the lovely Tabitha Bird, author of ‘A Lifetime of Impossible Days’. About the Book: Meet Willa Waters, aged 8 . . . 33 . . . and 93. On one impossible day in 1965, eight-year-old Willa receives a mysterious box containing a jar of water and the instruction: ‘One ocean: plant in the backyard.’ So she … Read More

Episode-1014- Gihan Perera- ‘Disruption by Design’

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We are chatting to futurist, Gihan Perera who is talking about the future trends of shopping, buying and what it means for us. Gihan is a business futurist, speaker, and author who works with business leaders to help them lead and succeed in an uncertain but exciting future. He is the author of “Disruption By Design: Leading the change in a fast-changing world”

Episode 892: Sharon Witt -This One Life

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We have the pleasure of speaking to author, Sharon Witt. One of Australia’s leading book authors for young people to chat about her new book, “This one life” If you’ve ever felt stuck, unmotivated, struggling through life, believing this is as good as it gets, then this book is for you! Throughout the pages of this book you are invited … Read More