BROADCASTING October 24th, 2014
It's fantastic to have our South Australia Correspondent Dale Elliott back on the show! We discuss a plethora of things and the business of the burka in Australia!
Irish and Canadian Correspondents Ken O'Sullivan and Ronan Segrave meet up in Ireland and have a chat!
I join Bob McKenzie in Dublin to discuss the truck drivers who have been blocking the Dublin roads in protest at raised taxes, and the sad passing of Actress Linda Bellingham.
Calabash Flash is back with his piece on Barbara Lewis!
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Our In-Focus this week looks at the personal and political life of one of Australia's most contraversial Prime Ministers, Gough Whitlam, who passed away aged 98 last Tuesday. Adam Devlin chronicles his life, his legacy, and the generational changes he made to Australia. Rachel Brunsden and Dale Elliott also contribute.
I rejoin Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan to chat about the infamous Cork Jazz Festival which is on this weekend.
I make contact with our new South African Correspondent Sharon Brink and she fills us in on the contraversial sentencing of convicted athlete (Manslaughter) Oscar Pistorius.
Come in Slovakia! Radio Tatras International (RTI)'s Eric Wiltshire drops into Bonditunes to give us an insight to life in that beautiful country!
Rachel Brunsden joins me from Melbourne for her own take on the passing of Australia's contraversial Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, who she ended up standing next to at an airport!
Declan Hughes reports in from Dublin to talk about the contraversially abandoned football game between Serbia and Albania.
North American Correspondent Philly Dave dispatched a segment to us, looking at the great Zeppelin The Hindenberg.
Ken's Korner is a weekly show where our Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan explores the story behind the music and the singers. You can listen to his highly successful syndicated show on demand right here on BondiTunes International. Simply use the panel on the left side of this page.
BondiTuines Anthem No. 3