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Recent Posts

  • Amy Shields (Masterchef 2014)

    image003-2Leo chats with Amy Shields – the latest contestant to be eliminated from the 2014 season of Masterchef Australia.

    Amy chats about her journey on the show and working with celebrity judge Heston Blumenthal.

    Amy also chats about the Masterchef judges George Calombaris, Gary Mehigan and Matt Preston, her business Miss Flames and her plans for the future.

    Visit: Amy’s website

  • Renae Smith

    Renae Smith (NSW)Leo chats with the latest eliminated contestant from Masterchef Australia – Renae Smith

    Renae talks about the difficult challenge she faced having no recipe and not being able to taste or see the dish – just a review to go by from Matt Preston.

    She talks about her favourite challenges & dishes on the show, her volunteer work helping underprivileged children learn essential cooking skills, her ideas for her own unique cafe and gives Leo some tips to beat the dreaded cold.

  • Adam Tyler

    photo 4-1Leo chats with US openly gay singer songwriter Adam Tyler.

    Adam chats about his early days being in a boy band, his love of pop music and his influences and styles.

    Adam also chats about the new re-issue of his album Shattered Ice and the new single Knew You Better.




  • Adam Lopez

    photo 1-5Leo chats with openly gay singer songwriter from Queensland Adam Lopez about his latest single When All Is Said And Done.

    Adam chats about his Guinness World Record breaking voice – singing the highest note ever sung by a male singer. He also talks about singing backing vocals for superstar Mariah Carey.

    Adam chats about working with Netherlands based producer Matt Pop (who’s worked with UK artists Hazell Dean, Sinitta, Nicki French & local artists Peter Wilson & Sammy Paul) and what we can expect from his forthcoming album Kaleidoscope.




  • Tash Shan (2014 Masterchef)

    image002-2Leo chats with the latest eliminated contestant Tash Shan from Masterchef Australia.

    Tash chats about working with Marco Pierre White, cooking the ‘death dish’ risotto and her favourite dish cooking with wine.

    She also chats about her love of Canberra and her food plans for the future.



  • Sarah Todd (Masterchef 2014)

    Sarah-ToddLeo chats with Sarah Todd, the latest eliminated contestant from the 2014 season of Masterchef Australia.

    Sarah chats about her elimination challenge and her time in the competition.

    She also chats about missing her fiancé’ Devinder and young son Phoenix during the competition, her modelling career and her food plans for the future.



  • Sam Gant and Sean Baxter (2014 Masterchef)

    photo-7Openly gay 2014 Masterchef contestant Sam Gant joins Leo for the Friday Morning Show on the first day of the 2014 Radiothon.

    Sam chats about auditioning for Masterchef, her favourite challenges so far and time in the Masterchef house.

    Sam also opens up about her wife Celeste, how she proposed and their dream wedding.

    They also chat to eliminated contestant Sean Baxter about his time on Masterchef and his plans for the future.



  • Rachael Ciesiolka (Masterchef 2014)

    Rachael Ciesiolka (NT)Leo chats with Rachael Ciesiolka - the latest contestant to be eliminated from the 2014 season of Masterchef Australia.

    Leo asks Rachael about her time in the Masterchef kitchen, her elimination challenge and meeting one of her food heroes Maggie Beer.

    Rachael also chats about her plans for the future and gives listeners a recipe tip for the cold winter nights.

    Masterchef Australia airs Sunday to Thursday at 7.30pm on Network Ten

  • Darryl McDonald Exec Director Palm Springs Film Festival

    The Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films (aka ShortFest) held annually in Palm Springs, California and is the largest film festival for short films in the United States.

    Mark chats with the Executive Director Darryl McDonald 

    The Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films takes place across seven days each June, showing more than 350 short films every year, and hosting a Short Film Market with over 3,000 new short films annually. It also presents a three-day program of seminars, master classes, panels and roundtable discussions with free admission for all filmmaking and industry guests. An AMPAS qualifying Festival, PSISF has hosted 97 short films in its 20-year history that went on to secure Oscar nominations in the short film categories.

    The Festival of Short Films is a spin-off of the Palm Springs International Film Festival which takes place each January.

    Darryl is in the country to be part of the St Kilda Film Festival, Celebrating its 31st anniversary in 2014, the St Kilda Film Festival is Australia’s largest and oldest short film festival.



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