• John & Garry's Western Sydney Odyssey

    2UE's John Stanley and Garry Linnell are hitting the road and spending today in Sydney's heartland - beautiful Greater Western Sydney. Follow their journey here on our special GPS tracker as the fellas tour around with listeners in tow.

    John & Garry's Western Sydney Odyssey
  • The Long Lunch: Todd, Stuart & Vince Sorrenti

    Todd McKenney joins Stuart Bocking to discuss the week on the regular Long Lunch. A tongue in cheek look back on the week of news, views and issues. This Week our very special guest is the clever comedian Vince Sorrenti.

    The Long Lunch: Todd, Stuart & Vince Sorrenti
  • The News Forum with Angela Catterns on 2UE 954

    A look back on the issues and news that lead our talkback through the week and discussed around the water cooler at work. Angela Catterns with a detailed look at the biggest events. This week with Lyn MacIver and Michael Koziol.

    The News Forum with Angela Catterns on 2UE 954

Talking Sydney

Election 2015: Premier Baird scathing of scare campaign

Election 2015: Premier Baird scathing of scare campaign

4:40 PM   Premier Mike Baird has moved to ease concerns over his power sell-off plans, but not everyone is convinced. Justin Smith speaks with him about the concerns raised over a Chinese company leasing our poles and wires and claims it’s a scare campaign.

Video Editorial: hang out the ‘No Vacancy’ sign Sydney

Video Editorial: hang out the ‘No Vacancy’ sign Sydney

Do we compete with the world through a larger population? John Stanley & Garry Linnell discuss the Big Australia policy and why conditions will change. People living on top of each other with public transport the only means to get around.

Video Editorial: Megher killer was talking, judiciary not listening

Video Editorial: Megher killer was talking, judiciary not listening

4:19 PM   An attempted abduction on Falcon street at Crows Nest has police worried. It comes as the reign of terror conducted by the killer of Jill Meagher is revealed. Justin Smith on how Adrian Bayley was admitting his evil, but the judiciary was not listening.

Video: Labor campaigner caught in attack at Cabramatta

Video: Labor campaigner caught in attack at Cabramatta

4:11 PM   A Labor campaigner has been caught on film attacking a Liberal volunteer with his campaign material. The man was handing out flyers in Cabramatta MP Nick Lalich when he told a young Liberal woman she wasn't allowed to film him.

Balmain locals fighting the cruise ships over health fears

Balmain locals fight cruise ships over health fears

Balmain residents are still fighting for cruise ships to stop burning sulfur rich fuels when they dock at the White Bay Terminal. Stuart Bocking on their fears over air pollution caused by engines needing to be run for electricity while berthed.

Election 2015: Latham ridicules Foley’s dog whistling campaign

Election 2015: Latham ridicules Foley’s dog whistling campaign

Mark Latham says Luke Foley has gone as low as you can go in the election campaign claiming ASIO may be called in to scrutinize Chinese investment. The former Labor leader attacks the dog whistling taking place as NSW heads to the polls.

Population growing at a staggering rate

Population growing at a staggering rate

Sydney is bursting at the seams, so can we take anymore people. In the next 4 years the population of NSW will grow by 500,000. John Stanley & Garry Linnell speak with Bob Carr who has held a long term belief it is not in our interest to grow so fast.

Election 2015: No Land Tax Party may hold balance of power

Election 2015: No Land Tax Party may hold balance

The micro party hoping to gain the balance of power in the NSW upper house has so far called for an increase in the GST. What else does the No Land Tax Party stand for? John & Garry speak with candidate Peter Jones on his policies.

Video Editorial: Ice – what are we waiting for?!

Justin Smith Video Editorial: Ice – what are we waiting for?!

Ice has become the demon drug of this decade, and will wipe out our youth with its insidious growth in our suburbs. Justin Smith reveals the findings released today are no surprise, that it is our greatest threat... but what are we doing about it?

Video Editorial: Ice and drugs on delivery in our suburbs

John Stanley & Garry Linnell Video Editorial: Ice and drugs on delivery in our suburbs

Ice poses the highest risk to our community of all the illicit drugs according to a new report. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal how dealers are currently using code on social media to do deliveries in suburban Sydney quicker than a pizza order.

Win

2UE and the Sydney Royal Easter Show!

Easter Show

The 2015 Sydney Royal Easter Show starts next week. Stay tuned to 2UE as we're giving away tickets every day starting on Monday March 23.

Network News

Co-pilot deliberately crashed plane into the Alps

7:45 AM   French officials say it appears the co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings plane which crashed in the southern alps wanted to destroy the plane. All 150 people onboard perished, after the plane plunged for 8 minutes before crashing into a mountain.

Australian economy observations by an outsider

Australian economy observations by an outsider

2:59 PM   How does an outsider observe the Australian economy? Steen Jakobson of Europe’s Saxobank gives his take. Over unionised, very complicated, punitive system, no incentive structure, and a political establishment which likes to be complacent.

Drug & alcohol testing needed on all building sites

Drug & alcohol testing needed on all building sites

Should drug and alcohol testing be mandatory on all construction sites, both the workers and employers? Stuart Bocking speaks with CFMEU national construction secretary Dave Noonan about the high-risk industry grappling with drugs & alcohol.

Video Editorial: Finally a job for Ricky Muir

Justin Smith Video Editorial: Finally a job for Ricky Muir

Petrol prices across Sydney are up at least 20 cents a litre more than they should be. Justin Smith has a job for Ricky Muir. Show he is a motoring enthusiast and get the government to do something about the way petrol prices are displayed.

How safe is the weedkiller you are using

How safe is the weedkiller you are using

How safe are the weedkillers in your shed? The World Health Organisation has found that some commercial weedkillers contain Glyphosate, an ingredient that probably causes cancer. Angela Catterns with what you need to know about your weedkiller.

Netflix launches the new way ahead of watching TV

Netflix launches the new way ahead of watching TV

Netflix officially launches in Australia today, creating a whole new way of watching television and our favourite shows. John Stanley & Garry Linnell speak with founder Reed Hastings about the revolution that begins today with how you watch TV.

Video: Chris "The Fixer" Pyne Star Wars parody

Video: Chris "The Fixer" Pyne in Star Wars clip

Education Minister Christopher Pyne has been lampooned in a very clever Star Wars clip. Now immortalised as the man who "fixed it" in Australian politics, a parody of him as a Darth Vader henchman on Sunday morning's Insiders has gone viral.

90th Birthday

2UE Memorable Moments: The Top 40

From our archives comes a classic rewind of our 2UE Top 40 with Mark Roman. Here is where Top 40 radio began in the late 50’s. Listen back and enjoy a Memorable Moment as 2UE celebrates 90 years of broadcasting to Sydney.

2UE Memorable Moments: Incredible night host Stan Zemanek

2UE Memorable Moments: Incredible night host Stan Zemanek

From our archives comes a classic rewind of the man that weaved magic into nighttime radio. Here is a Stan Zemanek classic call. Listen back and enjoy a Memorable Moment as 2UE celebrates 90 years of broadcasting to Sydney.

2UE Memorable Moments: Classic station promotions

2UE Memorable Moments: Classic station promotions

From our archives comes a classic 2UE promo for the Harold Park trots and a classic promo for the popular show Nightwatch. Listen back and enjoy a Memorable Moment as 2UE celebrates 90 years of broadcasting to Sydney.

Lifestyle

The News of the Week - Look Back on the Big Issues

The News of the Week - Look Back on the Big Issues

Look back on the big stories and the major issues to make news this week with Stuart Bocking and Isentia on 2UE 954.

The 100th Anniversary of Gallipoli with Dr Jonathan King

The 100th Anniversary of Gallipoli

Gallipoli is the most famous battle our volunteer soldiers ever fought. The 100th anniversary of the battle is commemorated this year. Jonathan King reveals to Luke Bona some of the unknown personal stories of those Anzacs that served their nation.

Technology: Trevor Long with Angela Catterns on 2UE

Technology: Trevor Long with Angela Catterns on 2UE

The latest news & issues on technology with expert Trevor Long and Angela Catterns weekly on 2UE afternoons.

The Spin Cycle: Sue Cato with 2UE's John & Garry

The Spin Cycle: Sue Cato with 2UE's John & Garry

Who is behind the biggest spin of the week? John Stanley and Garry Linnell look at the spin cycle in this week's news with Sue Cato.

The Issues: Mark Latham with John and Garry

Mark Latham speaks out on our current crop of MPs

Mark Latham tackles the big issues head on with John Stanley & Garry Linnell on 2UE 954 Breakfast.

Flat Chat: Jimmy Thomson with Angela Catterns

Flat Chat: Jimmy Thomson with Angela Catterns

Angela Catterns discusses all things strata living and high rise with Jimmy Thomson on 2UE Afternoons.

Judy Horton's Gardening with Tim Webster on 2UE

Judy Horton's Gardening with Tim Webster on 2UE

Judy Horton with tips and advice for your perfect garden on 2UE every weekend with Tim Webster.

Crime File with Paul B. Kidd on 2UE Weekends

Crime File with Paul B. Kidd on 2UE Weekends

The best stories of the worst crimes, Crime File with George & Paul. Hear some of the most intriguing tales from the world of crime. This Week: The Mysterious Balaclava Bandit.

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