• Video Editorial: older workers slugging it out into 70’s

    Older workers are already finding it to get a job, but now to have to work into their 70’s is a huge ask. John Stanley & Garry Linnell ask, where are the new jobs coming from. Do we need a sensible conversation about increasing our immigration.

    John Stanley & Garry Linnell Video Editorial: older workers slugging it out into 70’s
  • Guy Sebastian to represent Australia at Eurovision

    Guy Sebastian is confirmed as Australia's first Eurovision entrant. The pop star was officially revealed as the first Aussie contestant in the flamboyant song competition at the Sydney Opera House. Eurovision set to take place in Vienna in May.

    Guy Sebastian to represent Australia at Eurovision
  • "Chemical castration" for child sex offenders

    Deputy Premier Troy Grant says compulsory "chemical castration" should be considered for child sex offenders but there's work to be done on the issue first. Mr Grant has told Justin Smith a task force is looking at a number of ideas.

    "Chemical castration" for child sex offenders

Talking Sydney

Sydney train idiots warned they face death by stupidity

Sydney train idiots warned they face death by stupidity

4:59 PM   You are an inch from death fooling around at the doors of suburban trains. It is a warning being expressed to commuters from Sydney Trains CEO Howard Collins with Justin Smith, who highlights the complacency of some transport users.

Tara Moss opens up on rape and hostage ordeal

Tara Moss opens up on rape and hostage ordeal

4:34 PM   Author Tara Moss has divulged the story she "kept locked up" for 20 years. Speaking with Justin Smith, the gifted writer describes why she is now opening up on being sexually assaulted by a person giving her a ride home from an acting class.

Should lockout laws be extended across Sydney

Should lockout laws be extended across Sydney

2:09 PM   Should laws that curtail binge drinking habit be extended at nightspots across the state? Venues claim trade is being criuppled, but Toby Hall CEO of St Vincents Hospital tells Stuart Bocking why doctors & police are pushing for the move.

Ageing population: A revolution needed for healthcare

Ageing population: A revolution needed for healthcare

12:54 PM   Intergenerational Report: Angela Catterns speaks with Professor John Dwyer of UNSW. He has a grand vision for the future of healthcare here in Australia. Will it revolutionise the way we run the healthcare system for an aging population.

Hockey says older workers needed, but where are the jobs?

Hockey says older workers needed, but where are the jobs?

7:41 AM   Joe Hockey wants us to work well into our late 60’s, early 70’s, despite the fact there are no jobs for older workers. Is it a cultural shift that needs changing? John & Garry on the highest unemployment rate in 13 years, and workplace age discrimination.

Hey Hey It's Saturday makes an online comeback

Hey Hey It’s Saturday makes an online comeback

8:33 AM   It lasted some 28 years before Hey Hey It’s Saturday left TV in 1999. Evergreen Daryl Somers tells John & Garry how the humour and chemistry of the show can be revived online with Dickie Knee, Plucka and the crew on HeyHey.tv soon.

The Whisper: AC/DC set to tour at the end of the year

The Whisper: AC/DC set to tour at the end of the year

7:21 AM   AC/DC will bring home their final concerts following a world tour this year, with concerts due to be a sellout. John & Garry also look at recent whispers confirmed about free tickets to Parramatta games and linking rail parking to Opal Cards.

Justin Smith Live on Sydney Streets

Justin Smith Live on Sydney Streets

Sydney's road congestion is one of the biggest issues this State Election. The Government has unveiled plans to upgrade Sydney's motorway network, but will it work? Justin Smith went Live to Sydney Streets with Roads Minister Duncan Gay.

Katie Noonan: Peace Is My Drug EP Tour

Katie Noonan with Angela Catterns on 2UE 954am

Katie Noonan kicked off her first PledgeMusic campaign, making her new EP ‘Peace Is My Drug’ accessible via the fan engagement platform. Angela Catterns reveals that in less than 48 hours, her goal was reached and approaches 130%.

Peter FitzSimons on damning Knox evidence

Peter FitzSimons on damning Knox evidence

Knox Grammar's former headmaster Dr Ian Paterson dismissed claims a former teacher Craig Treloar watched pornography with a student as just a silly mistake. John & Garry on damning royal commission evidence with alumni Peter FitzSimons.

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Network News

Intergenerational Report: Live longer, work longer

1:06 PM   Australians will live long and be healthier over the next 40 years, but they'll have to be prepared to work well beyond 65 if they want to maintain their standard of living. That's the key message from Treasurer Joe Hockey's intergenerational report.

Candlelit vigil held by MPs for Chan & Sukamaran

Candlelit vigil held by MPs for Chan & Sukamaran

7:32 AM   Pressure will continue with campaigning Indonesian president Joko Widodo for clemency and has foreshadowed diplomatic reaction if the killings of Chan & Sukamaran go ahead. John & Garry on our future relations with Indonesia.

Video Editorial: What move now for PM with Indonesian relations

Video Editorial: What move now for PM with Indonesian relations

How should the Abbott government react to President Joko Widodo’s lack of compassion for Sukumaran and Chan, the first Australians sentenced to death in Indonesia. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on their thoughts on the path ahead.

Dark day as Bali 9 duo transferred to execution island

Dark day for Bali 9 duo set for transfer to execution island

Foreign Minster Julie Bishop says she feels devastated at reports the Bali 9 ringleaders are preparing to leave their Bali jail for execution after nine years on death row. John & Garry on the Indonesian position hardening, as execution looms.

Colour code: NRL scraps pink for refs to show authority

Colour code: NRL scraps pink for refs to show authority

Are NRL referees not taken seriously because they wear pink? The NRL are scrapping the jerseys and adding a soccer style armband to signify just who is in charge. John & Garry on the changes in a bid to bring back authority.

Kerobokan survivor speaks out at Indonesian hypocrisy

Kerobokan survivor speaks out at Indonesian hypocrisy

Paul Conibeer is author of "I Survived Kerobokan" and spent time behind bars with Chan & Sukumaran. He talks with Stuart Bocking on the lack of regard for human life, how drugs are rampant in the prison and the hypocrisy of the Indonesians.

PM backs down on defence pay deal

More generous pay deal offered for defence

Defence Minister Kevin Andrews says the Defence Tribunal will be asked to lift last year's below inflation 1.5 per cent offer to 2 per cent. Stuart Bocking says the government will be hoping the move satisfies crossbench senator Jacqui Lambie.

90th Birthday

Celebrating 2UE's 90 Years: Mark Collier with Pete Graham

Pete Graham on Saturday Night Live reflects on 90 years of broadcasting with special guests that worked at 2UE over those years. This week he chats with Mark Collier who worked in the 2UE newsroom in the 70’s & 80’s.

Celebrating 2UE's 90 Years: Chris Kearns with Pete Graham

Celebrating 2UE's 90 Years: Chris Kearns with Pete Graham

Pete Graham on Saturday Night Live reflects on 90 years of broadcasting with special guests that worked at 2UE over those years. This week he chats with Chris Kearns who worked on air on 2UE during the 70's, 80's & 90's.

Celebrating 2UE's 90 Years: Robert Kinny with Pete Graham

Celebrating 2UE's 90 Years: Robert Kinny with Pete Graham

Pete Graham on Saturday Night Live reflects on 90 years of broadcasting with special guests that worked at 2UE over those years. This week he chats with Robert Kinny who worked in the 2UE newsroom in the 70’s & 80’s.

Lifestyle

The Issues: Mark Latham with John and Garry

The Issues: Mark Latham with John and Garry

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

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.

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 Two Worlds of Al Grassby.

Australiana: Jim Haynes with George & Paul on 2UE

Australiana: Jim Haynes with George & Paul on 2UE

Jim Haynes looks at the things that make us who we are today, from our era of earlier days with George & Paul on 2UE Weekends. This Week: Aussie Ice Cream.

Nostalgia: Craig Bennett with George & Paul

Nostalgia: Craig Bennett with George & Paul

A look back of the best actors and entertainers with Craig Bennett with George & Paul on 2UE. This week: 32 years since the final episode of M*A*S*H

Australian Geographic News with George & Paul

Australian Geographic News with George & Paul

Science and nature surrounds us and each week George & Paul take a look at the latest news with Australian Geographic Magazine. This Week: Update on the devil facial tumour disease.

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