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For our In Focus this week, Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan visited the venue of the Genealogy Expo in Dublin and talked with John Lowe.
I catch up with Melbourne Correspondent Adam Devlin. who fills us all in on the G20 summit which is being held in Brisbane, Australia. The Governemnt in Australia is not banning Russian President Putin from the summit, to the irritation of both the opposition and many citizens.
North American Correspondent Calabash Flash is back, this time featuring The Shakers!
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One of our Sydney Correspondents Claire O'Brien comes on the line from here in Bondi to discuss the recent bashings in and around the Bondi suburbs last weekend, and whether the penalties are too light for the culprits.
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We are delighted to welcome Karen Gee as our newest member of the team! Karen is from Sydney and lives there. As an introduction Karen tells us all about herself, and from next week, will be starting a new segment called "What's in my library". I'm very much looking forward to finding out!
I cross to Dublin and our man there is Declan Hughes. This week we wax lyrical about inconic Australian TV shows that have been very successful overseas, the first one being Skippy, the bush kangaroo!
In rememberence: The late great broadcaster Bob Gallico featured a series called "Double Number Ones" and in this program, he featured the song Maggie May.
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Rachel Brunsden is our Entertainment Reporter, but this week steps aside from that role to chat about lots of things, including the terrors of driving in rural Australia - especially at night!
Adam Devlin reports in from Melbourne for his "Pick Of The Week", and this week features the very talented Mary Lambert.
We cross over to Peakhill 89.5 FM and Peter Herman to have a chat about the history of Australian films.