Happy New Year folks. Tonight we feature Tobi Gutt, a woman's bad hair day, Paris Hilton, andthe Sydney (S-Y-D-N-E-Y) New Year Fireworks. Music by Tom Haran, from his Calling alburm, which is available from CD Baby.
Upload attempt No. 2. An alarmingly high number of young provisional plate drivers, and their passengers are being killed in motor vehicle accidents in NSW. 49 this year. What do we do to stem the carnage? Music by Tom Haran, courtesy of my CD Baby account.
. OK we'll call the absence, my summer break. Sorry I haven't been around for a month or so. Work and all. But in the words of the Immortals "We're Back". Tonight we talk about the omnipresence of sharks around the Australian coastline And also jingoism on the eve of Australia Day and finish with a
Good evening everyone, sorry about the pause between podcasts. Tonight, its basically my talking about the visit to Sydney on Tuesday 20/2/07 of the Queen Mary 2 and the Queen Elizabeth 2, with a dash of earlier historical visits by their namesakes, during World War 2. I think I was out in my years
We now have light, and power, and a brand new Rode Podcaster USB microphone, thanks to the people at Videoguys Australiawhose service was exemplary. Just a quckie cast tonight because it was broadcast in the dark, just on sunset, in a power blackout, following a severe rainstorm, which made for a v
It's good to be back behind the mic. After a fairly long absence. Tonight we talk about yesterday's (24/3) New South Wales State election and the win by Premier < a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morris_Iemma>Morris Iemma and the Australian Labor Party It was always going to be hard for the Oppos
Tonight is Easter Monday, for some of us. Its a time of reflection, an acknowledgement of the fact that we can do something with our lives, for the rest, enjoy yourselves and be kind to one another. Tonight we (me) will talk about: The Royal Easter Show Stop, Revive, Survive Missionbeat Queen Victo
Episode 61. A brief chat about the Royal Easter Show. Smoke gets in your eyes, and your nostrils,and your house, particularly if your microwave goes up in smoke, literally. Music by Peggy Van Zalm.
A bit of a cold puts a dampener on tonight's episode. Remembrance of friends, ANZAC Day, and the prosepect of change are all on my mind at the moment. Music by Peggy Van Zalm, from CD Baby.
Happy Canada Folks Put Another Moose on the Barbie.