John Kerr started out in radio back in 1957 as an assistant on the Jack Davey nationally broadcast quiz Shows. Now, 55 years later he is hanging up the microphone. Wish him a happy retirement here!
Legendary radio broadcaster, John Kerr, was honoured in Sydney this week, with a special tribute dinner to celebrate another significant milestone in the veteran's star-studded radio career.
Tim Shaw speaks with former Premier and now Australian Foreign Minister, Senator Bob Carr on his first meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese opposition politician who will visit Australia.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says claims by Foreign Minister Bob Carr that he's been offered consular assistance, are 'empty words'. He tells Tim Shaw of the lack of support from the Australian government.
British PM David Cameron was left red faced at the Leveson Inquiry. Paola Totaro reports to Tim Shaw from London on the continuing inquiry and the Supreme Court refusal on the Assange extradition.
Sad news on the death of Barbara Holborow. Listen back as she talks with Tim Shaw on her work as Children's court magistrate and with organisations promoting the welfare rights of children.
Tim Shaw speaks with Colin Fraser in Cannes on Nicole Kidman's outstanding performance in her new movie The Paper Boy & other Australian movies making their mark at the 2012 Cannes film festival.
What's the future of Australian tennis? With no Aussies left in Wimbeldon, 2UE's Tim Shaw talks with correspondent Graeme Agars, asking "where have all our Australian stars have gone".
Tim Shaw speaks with Australian journalist & doco filmmaker Elouise Hahn on New Day Australia about the many women and children performing back breaking labour in brickfields across India.
Tim Shaw speaks with military prosecutor Jim Unkles, who has evidence that proves it was not lawful according to military law of the day and has called upon Federal Attorney General Nicola Roxon to commission an inquiry to test new evidence.
Tim Shaw speaks with Annabel Crabb about the risks of social networking faux pas that could lead to job dismissal plus President Obama's views on gay marriage and use of social networks to encourage voting.
Tim Shaw speaks with Phillip Hare CEO YMCA Sydney on National Families Week 2012, calling on all families to dedicate "together time" with each other without the interruption of technology & TV.
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