2UE Video Editorial: What do you think of the new Cloud Arch proposed to tower over George street? Marshmallow man, falling tissue, dental floss. Justin Smith on the new Clover Moore sculpture for Sydney.
PM on 2UE 954: The PM discusses his frustrations on retrieving the remaining souls from MH17 as fighting continues in the area. Justin Smith with Tony Abbott on whether he is getting help from President Putin.
2UE Video Editorial: Not everyone on the dole is a bludger. Many seek out serious help to get a job. John Stanley & Garry Linnell look at proposed changes and why there needs to be a re-think on some of the strict rules.
Awe Inspiring? A 50 metre high white steel cloud arch has been revealed for George street in Sydney. Lord Mayor Clover Moore has described it as 'awe inspiring'. Artist Junya Ishigami says it is 'architecture as air'. Your thoughts?
Video Interview: David Suchet is known the world over as Poirot, but is coming to Sydney to star on stage in The Last Confession. Set in the corridors of the Vatican at the time of the controversial death of John Paul I.
MH17: Ukranian forces claim to have regained control of the east of the country from pro-Russian rebels, near the site of the Malaysia Airlines disaster. John & Garry with SMH reporter Paul McGeough on the scene.
White Slavery: Barnaby Joyce tells Stuart Bocking why he thinks Coles and Woolies $1 a litre price war on milk will turn out to be a bad idea. NSW Milk exports to China are growing and they're paying at least $7 a litre.
Opal Top Ups: No final decision has been made on where train commuters will be able to top up their Opal cards. It comes after it was revealed there are no permanent plans for the cards to be sold at train stations.
Dole Work Doesn't Work: John Stanley & Garry Linnell speak with Assistant Employment Minister Luke Hartsuyker, who responds to leading economist Jeff Borland's claim that work for the dole schemes don't work.
Three Day Weekend: Leading business futurist Morris Miselowski tells Justin Smith why he thinks it is smarter to switch to a 3 day working week. Hear why it will enhance our well-being, family and economy.
Next PM: Former Howard minister Peter Reith says Julie Bishop should be considered as the next Prime Minister. He tells Justin Smith why he thinks the top job should be hers when Tony Abbott decides to stand down.
Sunset Over Sydney: Justin Smith asked his Drive audience to send through their pics of the glorious sunset on Monday evening. Have a look! Thanks Sydney. Be sure to send us your pics of the sunset firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work For The Dole: A mixed reaction to proposed changes to work for the dole, where the unemployed will have to perform 40 job searches a month and up to 25 hours community service per week or lose the payments.
Two Greedy Italians: Antonio Carluccio always cooks from the heart, bringing to life the culinary delights of Italy. Suzy Yates catches up with the host of Two Greedy Italians to discuss the secrets of the perfect pasta.
2UE Video Editorial: Tony Abbott is struggling in the polls, and despite his handling of the MH17 crisis, he still hasn't been taken to our hearts. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on what he needs to do, and with a hostile Senate.
Internet Secrecy: Teenagers are adept at hiding their internet activities from parents. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on how to keep your children safe in the digital space with sexts, texts and selfies author Susan McLean.
Beyond Death: Ever had a near death experience? It seems those who have been through the experience all experience the same thing. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on near-death experiences that are surprisingly vivid.
Poll Slide: Why hasn't Prime Minister Tony Abbott gained stronger leadership polling from his response to MH17? John Stanley & Garry Linnell with Graham Richardson on the poll slide and the biography of Joe Hockey.
Leadership: Tim Webster speaks with Anne Henderson on her book 'Menzies At War'. The insightful book delves into his leadership years, going from defeated leader to become Australia's longest serving prime minister.
MH17: Horror in the news with the mass murder of 298 innocent souls aboard MH17. Tim Webster looks at the behaviour from the other side of the world, and the thoughts many had this week of where we proudly call home.
2UE Video Editorial: A young victim on MH17 was usually a confident flyer, but had a premonition the plane would crash. John & Garry ask, do you believe humans can have accurate premonitions of future unfolding events?
Solar Flare: If a massive solar storm had hit one week earlier 'we would still be picking up the pieces'. Justin Smith reveals how close the Earth came to being affected by a solar eruption that would have been catastrophic.
Asylum Seekers: 157 asylum seekers intercepted last month and held on a Customs ship will soon be sent to the Australian mainland. Immigration Minister Scott Morrison says the group might not end up staying in Australia.
Real Estate Scam: A recent real estate scam saw a Canberra property sold by fraudsters while the owner was living overseas. Could it happen in Sydney? John Stanley & Garry Linnell with a warning for all home owners.
Discrimination: One-in-two women face negative reactions at work when they're expecting a baby, resulting in 22% choosing to leave altogether. Stuart Bocking on women still being discriminated against in the workplace.
MH17: Australian investigators have visited the site of the MH17 disaster, finding more human remains that had previously been overlooked. A Federal Police officer was among those who inspected the wreckage.
Property Boom: The state government says it's doing all it can to make Sydney property affordable as the median house price tops $800,000. Angela Catterns on the Sydney property bubble, will it burst any time soon.
Euthanasia: Does the suspension of euthanasia campaigner Dr Phillip Nitschke highlight the need for urgent debate on the issue. He tells Justin Smith he's confident of over-turning the move to have him deregistered.
2UE Video Editorial: The Commonwealth Games are underway, & despite the knockers, there are significant benefits for our sports community. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on why we should support the games.
Placebo Effect: Paracetamol is no more effective at treating back pain than a placebo, according to a new study. Stuart Bocking looks at the findings with Professor Chris Maher and how it will re-write the medical guidelines.
Mortgage Wars: Australians are being warned against diving in to fixed rate home loans as the banks compete in a price war, slashing five-year rates. John & Garry with Paul Clitheroe and his advice on your mortgage.
Politics: The debt levy passed, the carbon tax was repealed (just). Stuart Bocking with Phillip Coorey, how much longer can the government go on copping political body blows for measures unlikely to pass the senate?
Drugs: Dane McNeill, 20, murdered, dumped in Casula park and set alight. Jamie Gao, 22, murdered, dumped at sea. Both allegedly involved in the drug trade. Stuart Bocking asks why young men follow this dangerous path?
MH17: Bells have tolled across the Netherlands with the bodies of 40 victims from the MH17 disaster arriving in the country. Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove says he felt privileged to represent all Australians.