Gough Whitlam's election in 1972 marked a turning point in our politics. Paul Murray speaks with Troy Bramston about his book The Whitlam Legacy that reflects back on the ideas and policies Gough presented.
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.
Drink, Smoke, Pass out: An unlikely spiritual journey is a frank exploration of Judith Lucy's life and her on again off again relationship with the spiritual. Stuart Bocking discusses her searching for a deeper meaning.
Stuart Bocking with Pamela Stephenson on her new memoir The Varnished Untruth: My Story. About her life's path, from her childhood in Australia, to forging the way as a young female comic in the UK and US.
Eugenia Fallini lived life as a man, gave birth, married twice, convincing both wives of his masculinity. Crown Prosecutor turned Author Mark Tedeschi with Stuart Bocking on this fascinating & intriguing yarn.
Is it still possible to grow your own veggies in the backyard completely organic? Healthy Living's Dr Ross Walker with Don Burke discuss his new book Organic, and why growing your own is more popular than ever.
Geoffrey Edelsten is often vilified, a millionaire several times over, spent time in prison and Enigma is his book. In a fascinating chat he reveals to Prue & Tracey his fears in prison, and if he'll have children with Brynne.
Espionage, action, spills and thrills is what Matthew Reilly puts down in print better than anyone. Stuart Bocking discusses Scarecrow and the Army of Thieves, an action-packed new thriller from the hugely popular bestseller.
Nathan Mullins was deployed to Afghanistan as a Special Forces Commando. He tells his incredible story to George & Paul. Enduring the daily threats of roadside bombings, being ambushed and the fire fights.
Richard Wilkins shares in his book more than 17 years of interviewing the best in the entertainment industry, Madonna to the Rolling Stones. He chats with Paul Murray about Black Ties, Red Carpets and Green Rooms.
The day the Earth shook, September 11th is a decade ago, but it feels like yesterday for most of us. Paul Murray speaks with Genelle Guzman-McMillan, the last person pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Centre.
Outlaws Inc is a book of non-fiction, but you'd sear it was made-up: the dark world of combat hardened red-army veterans involved in dodgy activities. Stuart Bocking with Author Matt Potter on secretive mercenary airmen.
In a world that demands consumption, high-octane relationships and perpetual youth, we can find ourselves tormented by dissatisfaction. Michael Foley talks happiness with Tim Webster, and having a better outlook.