Why are people so unkind. It’s the catchcry of Kamahl, but amazingly he has seen many kind people give him a helping hand to become an Aussie icon. Dicko & Sarah chat with him about his career, and the love share for him.
Are you happy for your taxes to be used to pay people to lose weight? What about paying people to quit smoking? Dicko & Sarah on the calls to pay people to get fit, would it save overall on the health budget of the nation?
Our MPs are in a spin over the TV in the gym in parliament house. Dennis Shanahan reveals to Dicko & Sarah why the choice of TV channels has led our MPs getting into gym rage at what should be shown while they exercise.
Dicko & Sarah catch up with the unreal Kevin Rudd who is heading to Russia to halt the second Crimean war. Chicken Kiev is on the menu we are told, as he zips to the palace to shoot the breeze with President Vlad.
Would you allow asylum seekers to work for a living while awaiting processing? Dicko & Sarah tackle the question in the Hotseat today. You can have Your Say on our blog here. Would they learn to contribute to the country?
Another diet has been de-bunked, with reseachers finding the Atkins does keep you lean, but it shortens your life expectancy. Dicko & Sarah discover what the latest research is saying, and which diet you should take seriously.
What a tangled web we weave. Casey Donovan is the guest of Dicko & Sarah for The Interview. She recounts her years after Idol, and a relationship with a fellow online, that turned into an incredible tangle of deception.
Have backpackers inundated your suburb? Campervans parked in the streets may be one issue, but Dicko & Sarah discuss an even more embarrassing problem. Time to take a stand and return streets to residents?
Is there an age above which men should be discouraged from fathering children? It is the question in The Hotseat with Dicko & Sarah. Women have a biological clock, but are men aware of the consequences?
Alyce Rosenthal describes watching a water python strangle and then slowly eat a crocodile at Lake Moondarra in north western Queensland. Dicko & Sarah catch up with her on 2UE to discuss the background to the incident.
Kensington Palace has finally confirmed Prince George will join his parents William & Kate on their tour of Australia next month. The royal family will visit Sydney, Brisbane, Uluru, Adelaide & Canberra over 3 weeks.
Do you remember what your first paid part-time job was? Remember the many lessons your learnt? Dicko & Sarah discuss the worst and best jobs we all started with, and how they shaped the person we are now.
Dicko & Sarah speak with a bullying campaigner whose daughter was so badly bullied she ended up in a wheelchair. Reuben Cunningham, founder of Angels Goal, and reveals his campaign to end relentless bullying.
1 in 5 Aussies live in chronic pain, and it breaks up families, relationships and careers and some have taken their lives. Dicko & Sarah on the addiction to pain killers, and how do sufferers deal with pain without medication.
Will Paul Howes be PM one day? Unions are at a cross-roads, manufacturers going to the wall. Dicko & Sarah with the man who may be in charge one day, who is he, what are his strategies and his vision for Australia?
It appears Sarah's craving for Jatz biscuits has been satisfied, for a while at least. After Sarah mentioned on air she'd had a lifelong obsession for Jatz biscuits, Jatz quickly tweeted biscuits were on the way. They arrived today.
Are you going without to ensure you children have an inheritance? Or, are you out spending everything you earned? Dicko & Sarah in the Hotseat ask if you are scraping by to leave your children an inheritance?
Is the baggy green a piece of item that should be earned, not bought for $5.50? Replica Baggy Greens are being sold on Ebay, and many are outraged. Dicko & Sarah in The Hotseat ask listeners if it's just not cricket?
Katie Noonan has the voice to charm angels and writes the most charming songs on life, love and loss. She performs for Dicko & Sarah a haunting song from her new album Fierce Hearts, about our female convicts.
Would you dob in someone that is ripping off taxpayers claiming benefits? Welfare is a support in this country and we are all happy to lend a hand. Dicko & Sarah ask however, would you dob in a fraudster or welfare cheat?
You must vaccinate your rabbits. If you have a pet rabbit then a word of caution from Dicko & Sarah which is timely. Seems wild rabbits are breeding like, well rabbits. Now comes the warning that a cull is about to begin.
We have spent $20 million on our winter Olympians, so far for three medals. Is it value for taxpayer money? Dicko & Sarah's Hotseat asking, Aussie taxpayers forking out for our athletes to compete in Sochi, worth it?
Should younger people be given priority over older people when it comes to medical treatment? Dicko & Sarah discuss the health system and the growing burden of paying for care, is the cost of equality all too much?
Internships, are they a great way for young workers to get on the job training? Or, is it cheap exploitation by bosses? Dicko & Sarah look at internships in The Hotseat. Is it a chance to get in and get some experience?
Kangaroo Court: Dicko & Sarah look at the selling of a house, with cleaners coming in to spruce up rooms ahead of a sale, but the new owners wanted the lawns mowed. Should it be a condition of sealing a deal on a house?
Is Sydney going to the dogs? Dicko & Sarah look at the traffic, public transport, cost of housing, the cost of parking, and lack of sense of community. Are we winging, or is Sydney becoming an unlivable city?
People who slip into cults are not necessarily silly people. Some may be vulnerable, others simply caught up in a movement that gets too deep. Dicko & Sarah speak with Annette Stephens who has escaped from a cult.
Most of us spend life attempting to avoid the inside of a court room, but then there are also those known as vexatious litigants. Dicko & Sarah on what motivates persistent people who cannot stay away from courts.
Andrew Barton, or Banjo Patterson articulated life in Australia, establishing our psyche in the early days of our nation. Today celebrates 150 years since his birth, as Dicko & Sarah reflect on the life of the bush poet.
Life can take you on an amazing journey. Murray Olds left 2UE for central Africa to work on South Sudan radio. Dicko & Sarah discuss what turned out to be an incredible experience, with many twists & turns.
Do identical twins have interconnectivity? Dicko & Sarah reveal an incredible story of adopted twins who discovered each other a world apart. Hear a few spooky stories on twins and their amazing bonds.
Dicko first met Dewayne Everettsmith as a contestant on Australian Idol. His story is an incredible one, rising from a troubled childhood, to now becoming the Voice of Australia with his tune, It's Like Love.
If students leave school early, should they be denied social security benefits? Dicko & Sarah discuss teenagers and the dole in The Hotseat. Do some people see it as a lifestyle, more so than being a security blanket?
Tim Charody is a beer pilgrim. Travelling the world sampling nothing but the best when it comes to beer. Dicko & Sarah speaks with the man with the job all other men would envy, but is it all just beer and skittles?
Being gay can be a struggle, despite 55% of gay youth being aware of their sexuality by puberty. What of acceptance from family? Dicko & Sarah with an interesting dilemma of 'coming out' in this week's Kangaroo Court.
Most of us remember Don Spencer from Playschool, but do you know the story behind the man who has inspired generations with his music and community deeds? Dicko & Sarah catch up with him for The Interview.
A juicy battle brews on the Northern Beaches with councils on their beloved Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. Dicko & Sarah & Warringah Mayor Michael Regan & Manly Mayor Jean Hay on the battle over Brookvale Oval.
Woman's Day appears to have been first off the mark when it comes to releasing a photo of Schapelle Corby post prison. Dicko & Sarah discuss the pic, with Woman's Day reported to have paid $20,000 for the image.
Have you broken your new year resolutions? Can you get back on track? Dicko & Sarah on our intentions shaping our life with David Penglase who is behind intentionomics, and reveals how to be in the moment.
Stop the boats and turn them around? Dicko & Sarah go beyond the rhetoric and speak with an Afghan refugee. Mahboba Rowi reveals her story of seeking asylum in Australia, & the contribution migrants make here.
Are our youth given far too much praise these days? Dicko & Sarah discuss in The Hotseat the philosophy of tough love. Not every child can win? So are we creating a false sense of security for the next generation?
Should NRL players be trained beyond the field? Dicko & Sarah discuss how many young men come to a Sydney footy team and are treated as stars, only to lose everything when their playing days are over.
Is Shane Warne a traitor if he takes the job to coach the English cricket team? Dicko & Sarah pose the question in the Hotseat. Is he a free agent to coach whoever he wants, is his he simply Aussie cricket royalty?
The rise in scooter use in Sydney has also seen a rise in the number of accidents and even deaths on our roads. Dicko & Sarah discuss the rise in Sydney's scooter sales, and whether riders take into account safety issues.
2UE Video: Do you have fast fingers? Ever imagined someone could play 23 notes a second on the violin? Dicko & Sarah speak with Vov Dylan on his world record for Flight of the Bumblebee, recreated here.
Should older drivers decide when it's time to hang up the keys? Dicko and Sarah on calls to ditch the mandatory older driver test. Are older drivers better at knowing when it is time to step away from the wheel.
John Waters is a star of stage, film, and Playschool. The actor and singer chats with Dicko & Sarah about his incredible life before and after emigrating from the UK, and discuss another run of Looking Through a Glass Onion.
Former Defence Force Chief Peter Cosgrove says he's deeply honoured after being confirmed as Australia's next Governor General. Dicko & Sarah seek to find out more about him with Biographer Patrick Lyndsay.
Ever wanted a butler to do your chores? Dicko & Sarah chat with a real life butler Chris Reid who has worked for a well know Aussie family, about his work. What does the job require, apart from keeping a few secrets?
Prince of Paparazzi, Jamie Fawcett chats with Dicko & Sarah and reveals the secrets behind getting the shots of those big name Hollywood celebrities. How much does a single shot earn, how do they know where to be?
Dicko & Sarah reveal the details of a real life domestic dispute. It's a sorry tale of a disagreement that got out of hand. Listen to the sad tale, decide who you think is right, and who is wrong & call on 2UE Afternoons.
The Ten Tenors are a bunch of hot blooded Aussie guys who tour the world with their unique brand of PopOpera. The group called in to the 2UE studio for Lunch with Dicko and Sarah and to croon a tune for the pair.
What is life like as a sex worker? Dicko & Sarah introduce The Interview, where we get to know more about an issue, or someone's life. Nikky discusses her job as a sex worker, why she tried it and liked it as a profession.
Are the night lights of Sydney ruining our health? We should all have complete darkness at night to stay healthy. Dicko & Sarah with Professor Fred Watson discuss light pollution and how it inhibits our natural sleep.
John Cadogan reveals 2014 opens with a perfect storm for car buyers, with low interest rates on car loans and low prices on new cars. But what will happen later on in the year? Interest rate rises? Price rises?
2UE has a brand new afternoon show, with Dicko & Sarah taking to the microphone between midday and 3pm. Stuart Bocking chats with the duo about getting a sleep in, and what we can expect ahead in 2014.