Singer, songwriter Paul Kelly will release his 19th studio album 'Spring And Fall', a song cycle which tells a love story from multiple points of view. He chats and performs a track live for 2UE's Peter Berner.
It is the question that every mother and father hates to hear at the end of the day, what is for dinner? Peter Berner chatted to Karen Swan, Sub-Editor of mamabake.com to hear her solution to the common household predicament.
2UE VIDEO: Two of Australia's most loved female artists perform some of our best classical, folk, jazz and pop songs. Katie Noonan & Karin Schaupp perform live for 2UE a much loved Cold Chisel classic.
Car insurer, Suncorp, is taking on the car smash repairer industry rolling out 20 or so smart shops along the eastern seaboard. Peter Berner reveals it will make it one of the world's biggest smash repairers.
All across the globe there has been a rising tide of masculine change. Peter Berner says there is a shift away from the idea that man was a buttoned-up, lonely work machine, with more to a man's life today.
Pets and their owners are biting back as body corporates try to hound them out of city apartments. Peter Berner looks at pet owners unleashing their lawyers to overturn strata title laws that prohibit having pets.
How do you go about getting your kids on the road to saving money? It's the start of Money Smart Week and Peter Berner catches up with financial analyst Paul Clitheroe to get a few valuable tips on making money.
Ever wanted to run away and join the circus? If so, the Flying Fruit Fly Circus would like to hear from you. Peter Berner discusses what could be a life changing opportunity for you, becoming a Fruit Fly artist.
Australian men are for the most part happy, honest and content not only in themselves but also in their relationships, according to an 'Ask Men' survey. But, are they really? Peter Berner on The New Manhood.
David Nyuol Vincent survived famine, war and 17 years in refugee camps to build a new life in Australia. Peter Berner with the author of The Boy Who Wouldn't Die about his incredible journey to call Australia home.
Amber Lawrence didn't grow up with the smell of the bush, but with the burning smell of aviation fuel. But she can sure write a brilliant country music song. Peter Berner & David Prior reveal why she was turned on by country.
Ever pondered over why a person ever bothers to dive to the depths of the deepest ocean on one breath? Scratch your head no more. Peter Berner & David Prior speak with a diver, who reveals that it's all about the Zen.
Jasper Hollis is doing things a little in reverse. From Nashville and living in Sydney, he is heading to Tamworth to compete in the Starmaker Awards. Peter Berner & David Prior uncover a true country music star on the rise.
Retailers are returning to the layby model in the hope the usually interest-free system will breathe new life into the struggling sector. Peter Berner looks at the revival of the way we used to purchase larger item goods.
NSW cabinet is considering a proposal to stub out alfresco smoking across the state; Pushing for a nationwide ban on smoking in alfresco areas. Peter Berner takes a look at the issue. Time to ban all alfresco smoking?
If the Eurozone were to collapse, how would it affect you? World financial markets are trembling from debt owed, but to whom? Peter Berner with a guide for dummies on the ramifications for us of a Eurozone melt down.
The posturing and saber rattling has begun in the Middle East with Iran conducting war exercises and launching a range of new missiles. Peter Berner & Dr Keith Suter discuss the threat to close the Strait of Hormuz.
Peter Berner and David Prior catch up with Donna Demaio, on the ground in LA for the opening of G'day LA & USA. She chats about attending the event that announced Miranda Kerr would be ambassador for Qantas.
Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman & Bill Daily from I Dream of Jeannie are in Sydney for the Supernova Pop Culture Expo where fans get to see their favorite stars of the small screen. Peter Berner caught up with the cast.
What do you hate most about air travel. It appears it is not the turbulence but the screaming baby and the chatty passenger in the seat next to you. Peter Berner and David Prior on what bugs us most with air travel.
We are ditching the credit cards for debit cards and moving back to using lay by for our big ticket item purchases. Peter Berner asks if being in the black, is the new black? Is it now in fashion to have a little more in the bank?
In need of a hangover cure right now? Want some tips on the hair of the dog that bit you? Berner & Prior seek out the advice of Dr Ross Walker from Healthy Living on hangover cures and the many and varied wives tales on hangovers.
What were the worst words and phrases we all had to endure this year from politicians, corporations and government agencies, and especially the teenagers? Manglish is the mashing up of everyday phrases.