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From Perth, the un-stoppable Colin Ahearn chats to me about a serious subject this week. Should we slap our children? Are children not getting any real discipline anymore, and what are the results in our society? If YOU have kids, this will challenge you.
I join our Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan to discuss the alarming argument over singer Grath Brooks' intended visit to Ireland for 5 concerts in Dublin, and the result is just as alarming.
Irish Correspondent Bob McKenzie in Dublin comes on board to talk about the sentencing of Australian Entertainer Rolf Harris, and was that sentence long enough?
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Mike Brand, our Israeli Correspondent is back talking about the fallout of the murders of three Israeli children in The West Bank, Gaza Strip. Tensions have heightened enormously since.
Ken is back, and interviews iconic Irish band Aslan's Manager Billy McGuinness.
UK Correspondent Leigh. G. Banks is here again! I get on the blower to his house in Shropshire, village of the damned! We discuss the fate of News Of The World former Editor Andy Coulson, and the role of the "Red Top" newspapers in Britain.
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Calabash Flash reports from Calabash, North Carolina to feature more local music, this week it's Etta James!
Northern Territory Correspondent Rachel Brunsden is here and talks about everything in the world of entertainment that is currently trending, including Romy, a kid of 12 who broke down on Australia's "The Voice: Kids". Rachel was herself a child star, and we discuss the role of television for children in 2014.
I chat with our NSW Correspondent Peter W. Herman about his purchase of an new FM station, Cobar 102.9FM! We also talk politics and his next big trip up to Queensland.
Philadelphia Correspondent Philly Dave is back with a piece on The Rolling Stones!
In Rememberence: The late veteran broadcaster Bob Gallico worked for Bonditunes for the last 3 years of his life. In this archival footage he explores "The Bond Songs", as part of his series. He features the theme from the film Octopussy.