EPISODE 549: Glenna Thomson with Stella and Margie

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Luke and Susie chat with Glenna Thomson about her new book, about the sandwich generation, pulling a calf. Stella and Margie by Glenna Thomson is a piercingly insightful novel about love, duty and a touching friendship that spans generations. ‘I love the story of Stella and Margie. It’s a poignant reminder of the power of women’s friendships.’ – Ita Buttrose … Read More

Episode 341: Comedian and master of ceremonies Mark McConville

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Celebrating 19 years on the comedy circuit, Luke & Susie came across Mark on their recent cruise. But they learned there was far more to Mark than his on-stage routine, so they asked him to come on the show. PLUS Alex Tselios tells us how intelligent women extend mens’ lives. 0:00 – Intro 3:22 – Alex Tselios from The Big Smoke 7:05 – #quotable … Read More

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 338: William Reimer tackling bullying with his pen

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Adelaide author William Reimer wrote a story about a ferret that gets bullied for a Year 11 English assignment. He received positive feedback and a good grade for it, but didn’t think much more of it. After a few years collecting dust, the former cafe worker quit his job and looked to self-publish the story as a children’s book. We catch up … Read More