Man Behind the Mic: Ray 'Rabbits' Warren is the legendary voice of Australian sports commentary. Stuart Bocking catches up with him on the launch of his book 'The Voice' reflecting on an incredible broadcasting career.
Gary Hipworth was born into a violent and seemingly doomed family. But in What Lies Within, he reveals his search for understanding to man's inhumanity to man and his journey into enlightenment and inner peace.
Gavin MacLeod played many roles on stage and our screens, but no doubt his most famous role was as Captain Merrill Stubing of The Love Boat. He joined Angela Catterns on Morning Tea to discuss his amazing career.
Robert Wainwright has worked as a journalist for thirty years and is the author of eight books. His most recent is about a vivacious young woman, Sheila. He chats with Angela Catterns about his work, and the fashion icon.
If you lost a loved one in the attacks of 9/11, would you want revenge? John Stanley & Garry Linnell speak with Comedian Simon Kennedy who lost his mother on flight 77, and has written about his moving story.
Was Ned Kelly a hero or villain? Either way, his lifelong brushes with the law live on in our culture. Re-teller of our incredible historical stories, Peter FitzSimions chats with Stuart Bocking on his book Ned Kelly.
Mark Donaldson is a hero. The recipient of a Victoria Cross for his tour of duty in the Afghanistan War. But listen as he reveals to Stuart Bocking growing up a street thug, pushing through fears, turning his life around.
After travelling south on his own six-week odyssey to the Antarctic, author David Day has undertaken the search for the real Douglas Mawson. George & Paul on uncovering the story behind the explorer in Flaws In The Ice.
Rod Laver is regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, holding the world #1 ranking for seven consecutive years. The Grand Slam champion chats with Stuart Bocking of his passion for the game.
John Stanley speaks with Rene Redzepi, Head Chef at Noma in Copenhagen, which repeatedly been awarded the best restaurant in the world. He’s released his diaries on a year at Noma called A Work In Progress.
Germaine Greer has put her money into 50 hectares of rainforest to save it. Are we doing enough to conserve our environment? John Stanley speaks with her about taking a stand and not expecting others to.
Why do psychopaths make good kings, is your smartphone dumbing you down, why is the left side of your face the most attractive? Dr Karl with Paul Murray about all this and more in his brand new book Game of Knowns.
Tim Fischer is the guest of John Stanley for Sunday Breakfast, and discusses his new book Holy See, Unholy Me. It is an account of what it was like to be the first Australian Ambassador to the Vatican.