BROADCASTING July 18, 2014
I chat with Northern Terriitory Correspondent Rachel Brunsden with the latest on the stalking of American singer Sandra Bulloch.
Adam Devlin, our political Correspondent in Melbourne comes on the line to discuss the repealing of the carbon tax in Australia.
I join our Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan to talk about the wrapping up of The World Cup, and the we also chat about how the passage of time has changed how we listen to music.
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Our "In Focus" this week concentrates on the raging war between Israel and The Gaza Strip. As we go to air Israel has launched a ground attack on Gaza. I interviewed an embedded reporter in Gaza to get an insight to life there amid this turmoil. I also contacted our own Israeli Correspondent Mike Brand in Hod Hasharon, to give me his views on this escalating war.
Claire O'Brien is our Sydney Correspondent right here on Bondi Beach. We chat about whether the cane should come back, as children are increasingly spoiled because of political correctness. Should we be caning children?
It was so good to catch up with singer Monica Chapman in Toronto, Canada once again. A close friend of BondiTunes International, Monica comes on to talk about her recent television interviews and her latest release.
I rejoin Northern Territory Correspondent Rachel Brunsden to catch up on the latest news in the world of entertainment!