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I join our Melbourne Correspondent Adam Devlin to discuss the life of Joan Rivers. This is an in depth look at a woman that trail-blazed her way to the top not just for herself, but for every female comedian today. This is part one of two.
We cross to Dublin Correspondent Declan Hughes to talk about the biggest potential political change in the United Kingdom in centuries. The Scottish Referendum.
||Claire O'Brien lives in Bondi, Sydney, Australia, and emigrated from Ireland. We talk about her experiences in a country where her father is actually from. Claire's father emigrated to Ireland from Australia and Claire has done it the other way round!
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Irish Correspondent Ken O'Sullivan had a chat with organiser of Tedfest Peter Phillips. Tedfest is a "loose homage to the sitcom Father Ted" and a yearly celebration dedicated to the succesful comedy series.
Over to Spain now and our Correspondent there Leigh G. Banks talks about current social issues.
Back to our man in Dublin Declan Hughes to delve into some very Irish politics!
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Calabash Flash from North Carolina is back with Beach Music Duets!
I rejoin our Melbourne Correspondent Adam Devlin to discuss the life of Joan Rivers. This is part two.
Philly Dave from Philadelphia reports in with an emotional look at the 13th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the twin towers in New York.
Back to our Sydney correspondent Claire O'Brien and we discuss where on earth all those missing socks from the laundry disappeared to!
In Remembrance to the late great broadcaster Bob Gallico, we feature a piece from his series Britpop Ladies, and this week it's Cilla Black.