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JUNE 20 2014




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HOUR ONE BELOW
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haKen O'Sullivan (Irish Correspondent) comes online to discuss a number of things, including the death of "Allo Allo" star Sam Kelly, and broadcaster Casey Kasem.

hhhCalabash Flash from North Carolina is back and it's all about William Bell this week!

jhCome in Perth! Colin Ahearn and I chat about internet marketing andf how it is affecting the shop on the street.



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kilfNorthern Territory Correspondent Rachel Brunsden is back with all the latest news from the world of entertainment!

kjNorth American Correspondent Philly Dave (Philadelphia) is here with another piece, this week about that legend Frank Zappa!

hhhThe late great Bob Gallico presents some of his best material for BondiTunes International. This week it's his series 'Bond Songs". Brilliant stuff.

kilfI join our Melbourne Correspondent and music guru Adam Devlin to have a chat about his latest Pick Of The Week, and it's a brilliant one this week!

 

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JThree Israeli teenagers, 16 years old, have gone missing in what appears to be a night time hiking trip in The Gaza Strip. The Israeli Prime MInister Benjamin Netanyahu claims they were kidnapped. This story is still unfolding and as we go to air, they have not turned up. I got in contact with our Correspondent in Israel, Mike Brand to find out more about this story.

haI join Dublin Correspondent Bob McKenzie in Dublin, and we discuss the disturbing discovery of 796 babies bodies in Ireland. It is claimed they died in the Bon Secours mother and baby home in Tuam, Ireland and did not live to see their first birthday.

JjhColin Ahearn returns with a fascinating story, and an interview with Tim Spiteri, who is rowing (with his team) an ocean rowing boat from Geraldton, West Australia all the way to Durban in South Africa, and it's all in the name of charity. They are raising money for MS research

haSports Correspondent Declan Hughes (Dublin) reports in with the latest in global sports.

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