Ben Rothenberg, writer for the New York Times focusing on tennis, joins Macca and Pete Dillon to discuss the current happenings of the Australian Open taking place in Melbourne until January 29.
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Dr. David Lundberg, Senior Lecturer of the International Studies and Languages faculty at the University of South Australia, joins Macca and Pete Dillon to discuss Trump’s inauguration that took place earlier today.
Peter, from Social Security Rights Victoria (SSRV), joins Macca and Pete Dillon to continue the discussion of the Centrelink debacle, Centrelink now attempting a mass debt collection to recover lost funds. Peter from SSRV takes […]
Emma King, CEO of the Victorian Council of Social Service, joins Macca and Pete Dillon to discuss the ongoing issue of homelessness in Melbourne, after Mayor Robert Doyle announced the proposal of banning the homeless […]
Jason Tuazon-McCheyne, Leader of the Australian Equality Party, joins Macca and Pete Dillon to discuss the general vibe at a LGBTIQ conference in the US while the Trump inauguration is taking place. Jason, Macca and […]
Paul Holman, State Health Commander for Ambulance Victoria, joins Macca and Pete Dillon to discuss how Ambulance Victoria handled the tragic events that took place on Bourke Street yesterday.
Ben Rothenberg, a freelance writer for the New York Times focusing on tennis, joins Pete Dillon and Cathy Anderson to briefly discuss US politics and then talking about all the competitors in the upcoming Australian […]
Dr. Bligh Grant, a senior lecturer for Public Policy and Governance at the University of Technology Sydney, joins Pete Dillon and Cathy Anderson to discuss the possibility of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party imploding on […]
Yianni Agisilaou, an Australian born UK based comedian, joins Pete Dillon and Cathy Anderson to discuss the recent Donal Trump golden shower gate debacle and Yianni also looks back on the presidential campaign during most of […]