1:23 PM Sydney's homeless will have their feet washed by Reverend Bill Crews, just as Jesus washed the feet of his disciples at Easter. The man who strives to help the poor, marginalized and oppressed, speaks with Angela Catterns on the meaning of Easter.
11:57 AM Watching Verdi’s masterful opera Aida on the edge of the glorious Sydney Harbour is a night out you will never forget. A grand setting for singer Catherine Wilds, who chats with Stuart Bocking about this visually stunning and complex performance.
9:17 AM Sydney's bus drivers say they fear a major collision, with the slippery surface of red bus lanes causing them to skid when trying to brake. John & Garry reveal concerns that the new surfacing techniques appear to have made the lanes smoother.
12:53 PM An iceberg in Sydney Harbour was the biggest April Fools Day joke ever played on the city, when Dick Smith promised to drag one up from Antarctica. John & Garry discuss with him how he pulled off the incredible feat that fooled so many.
7:32 AM Coles and Woolworths have expanded to liquor, hardware and petrol, and soon the pharmacy may be added to the list of items at supermarkets. John Stanley & Garry Linnell look at the concerns they will have access to your medical data.
Ice is a drug that has taken over where heroin used to creep. Ice is far more debilitating when the effects wear off, but lethal when a user is on a high. Justin Smith speaks with Matt Noffs about the proposal for ice rooms like injecting rooms.
Mutineers is the 10th studio release by David Gray who shot up the music charts 15 years ago with Babylon. Angela Catterns speaks with him about this new and exquisite release that is set to win fans all over again for the singer/songwriter.
Luke Foley looks back on the results of Election 2015 with Stuart Bocking. The rise in the vote for the Greens a generational issue? He reveals he has asked Penny Sharpe to consider taking Labor's vacant upper house seat after losing in Newtown.