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I join our Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan to talk about the anniversary of man landing on the moon on July 20, 1969. We also discuss another big event that happened exactly the same day 20 years later, the inauguration of Irish Commercial Radio licencing on July 20, 1989.
Calabash Flash, eminating from North Carolina, is back this week and his piece onGene Chandler!
Our Dublin Correspondent Bob McKenzie and I chat about that dreaded flight MH17 which got "downed" over Ukraine. We also discuss life in Russia, and how dangerous it can be.
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I chat with Northern Terriitory Correspondent Rachel Brunsden with the latest on all new entertainment news from around the world.
Come in Philadelphia! Philly Dave is back this week and its all about his favourite music Doo-Wop!
Bonditunes Anthem number 2
Colin Ahearn, our West Australia Correspondent is back on air this week, to chat with me about multi gold medal Olympic Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe, who recently came out as being gay.
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Adam Devlin, our Melbourne Correspondent comes on the line with another Pick Of The Week, this week that wonderful country singer Willie Nelson, and, at aged 82, his new album!
I'm joined by sassy New Yorker singer/songwriter Erica Wexler, who lives and works in London, and we discuss Erica's journey through life, the ups and downs, her famous and oscar-nominated screenwriting father Norman Wexler, famed for films such as Saturday Night Fever and Serpico. Erica married Andy Partridge of XTC. However this interview is all about Erica and her great musical skills, including her new single, which we play afterwards.
In remberence of the late great broadcaster Bob Gallico, we play some of his fantastic recordings he did exclusively for BondiTunes International while he was with us towards the end of his life.