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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North America correspondent Dawn Drost joins me from Orlando, Florida to discuss how people have come together after the tragedies of recent times. She also give her own unique take on the US elections! Oh, and there's always something silly going on in Orlando!
After much time I cross to beautiful Tasmania to chat with Pall and Jo Volta from the band The Sign. They have been away doing gigs all over the place! We all chat about events going on in Australia (particularly the Australian elections) and around the world.
Rachel Brunsden is our entertainment reporter from Melbourne, and there really was not much entertainment news this week, so we spend 10 minutes and 14 seconds talking about....well.. nothing! We're good at that!
Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan takes a close look at the art of sports commentary and has some entertaining examples of how to do it right, and wrong…
Our Correspondent in Canada Ronan Segrave is reporting from Vancouver on the latest activities in the crazy US election campaign!
I cross to the UK to chat with veteran broadcast Rodney Collins, and we chat about the creator of TV show "This is your life" Irishman Eamonn Andrews, and a very curious song he made it to the top of the charts with!
Bob McKenzie is our Dublin Correspondent and reports in on all the effects and consequences of Britain staying OR leaving The EU.
I cross to veteran Irish broadcaster Shephen Rhodes who has been hugely successful on British TV and Radio, He has ALS. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ( ALS , also known as Lou Gehrig's disease ) is a specific disorder that involves the death of neurons that control voluntary muscles . In a number of countries, the term motor neurone disease ( MND ) is commonly used in Britain. Stephen was the first person to allow me on Irish radio back in the 1970's so we also had a good chat about Dublin's pirate radio stations!
BELOW IS WHAT OUR FIRST WEBPAGE LOOKED LIKE!
BondiTunes PLUS is a weekly show featuring music from the 1950's to the 90's. You can hear the latest show by checking the panel on the right side of this page, or go to our archives here!