BROADCASTING April 24, 2015
Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan met up with Alex Pentek from The National Sculpture Factory in Cork, Ireland to discuss the fascinating story of the Choctaw Indians helping Irish people in the potato famine. Click here to go to their website.
||I cross to The UK to talk with Carolyn Billingsley about her experience doing the Camino De Santiago walk from France and Across Spain, a pilgrimage for many people who arrive from around the world.
HOUR TWO: THIS MUST BE THE AUSTRALIAN HOUR!
Entertainment Correspondent Rachel Brunsden is back with all the news from the world of entertainment!
We play the Australian entry to Eurovision 2015, which is Guy Sebastian, and his song "Tonight Again".
Political Editor Adam Devlin cross from Melbourne to talk about the issue of illegal immigrants crossing into Europe and Australia on boats.
Sydney Correspondent Claire O'Brien and I chat about the dreadful weather which hi New South Wales in the last week, and the fallout from it.
From Vancouver, Canada, Ronan Segrave chats about the latest events surrounding disgraced broadcaster Jan Gomeshi, who was fired by CBC because of violent acts against women.
Declan Hughes is our man in Dublin and this week we discuss all things referendum in Ireland!
BondiTunes PLUS is a new 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!
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