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In the light of recent unrest in Hong Kong, I catch up with TV and Freelance Journalist Cal Wong in the region to find out what lies ahead in the fight for free domocratic elections for political leaders, rather than the current situation where leaders in Hong Kong are dictated by the Communist Party in the Capital, Beijing.
Adam Devlin, our music guru in Melbourne - joins me for a Pick Of The Week, and this week, it's the Australian band The Veronicas. And what a song!
Claire O'Brien is our Sydney Correspondent and lives here in Bondi. This week we discuss the very distressing story of two babies abandoned by their monthers in Sydney, in one week. The first baby was found 6 days later in a pothole, but survived, the second one was found dead and decaying on a Sydney beach by two brothers, aged 7 and 8, who were digging to make a sand castle.
The late, great Bob Gallico, an American broadcaster who worked for Bonditunes International for the last 3 years of his life, did some amazing work for us. This week we take a look at his series called "Britpop Ladies" and in this he featured Irish winner of The Eurovision Song Contest in 1970, Dana.
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Ken O'Sullivan comes on the air from Ashbourne in Ireland and we discuss the sad death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes. We also have a chat about traditional films at Christmas time!
I join our Canadian Correspondent in Vancouver. Ronan Segrave and we catch up on the fallen popular CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) chat radio star Jian Ghomeshi, who has now been accused of sexual assault by 12 women. We also discuss what the Americans like to call "Holiday Season"!!!
Our Entertainment reporter Rachel Brunsden is back with the latest of what's going on in the world of entertainment. Justin Beiber is back in the news...go figure!
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Great to catch up with our Israeli Correspondent Mike Brand in Hod Hasharon, near Tel Aviv, to talk about the remarkable coincidence of two people dying in one week, from injuries to the head from cricket balls. Phillip Hughes in Australia, and some days later in Israel, a batsman's shot struck Hillel Oscar in the neck, possibly after a ricochet from the stumps at his end of the pitch. We also have a discussion about a potential early election in Israel.
I rejoin Claire O'Brien in Sydney for a look at the life and death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes.
Adam from Melbourne is back and we critique the rather strange political antics in Australia. It just seems to get more out of hand every time we speak