BondiTunes International is an Australia-based internationally syndicated radio show. With 22 correspondents in 7 countries broadcasting on 12 radio stations on three continents, we believe we have the world covered!
Our weekly chat show is 3 hours long and we cover social, poltiical and entertainment events around the world. We also have two music gurus who critique all kinds of music, from new releases to classics. We have only one agenda: To entertain and inform on a global basis. We don't take ourselves too seriously, because that would take all the fun out of it! Please enjoy your visit here, and take a listen to our latest chat show on demand on the right of this page. Contact us here!
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Great to have our Irish correspondent Ken O'Sullivan on the show to discuss Jury Duty, a requirement of all citizens in many countries to take part in a democratic activity in court. As Ken pointed out, it's much better to be judged by your peers on the jury than anyone else. A most enlightening conversation we had indeed! We cited a fantastic movie from the 1957 "12 angry men".
He's as mad as hell and it isn't gonna take it anymore!" That's our UK correspondent Leigh. G. Banks is back to talk about the US elections while our Canadian correspondent is on assignment in the US.
OUR ONE HOUR SPECIAL THIS WEEK
Bonditunes International language expert Carol Cotter spent 7 days on a world war 2 diet, sticking with the rations and adhering to how much actual food, and what kind of food she could eat. This is her 7 day diary living the life and diet of a person in the second world war. Watch the video below to see more! CLICK HERE TO GO TO HER SUBSITE!
North America Correspondent Dawn drost crosses to me from Orlando, Florida to chat about a number of local issues, Donald Trump (again!) and the athelete Ryan Lochte who claimed to have been robbed by "phony police" in Rio. However, since our interview this happened!
"AMERICAN swimmer Ryan Lochte has changed elements of a story claiming he and fellow teammates were robbed at gunpoint by thieves impersonating police in Rio.
The 32-year initially claimed he was in a taxi with several members of the US swim team before they were pulled over, forced to the ground and had their wallets stolen. When he initially refused to lay down, Lochte said one of the robbers cocked a gun and put it against his head."
I cross to our political correspondent Adam Devlin in Melbourne to delve into the latest scandal within the federal government in Australia. This week we continued on the disgrace that is the treatment of refugees by Australia on Manus Island and Nauru. Since we talked the Manus Island refugee (detention centres) are to be closed, a massive success for people in Australia who believe we should treat these people as humans and not a political game. The story became international news on CNN, BBC and other news organisations, as you can see by the below video.
BELOW IS WHAT OUR FIRST WEBPAGE LOOKED LIKE!
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