The big banks are under pressure over the latest use of new tap-and-go cards, which allow customers to make purchases without a PIN or signature. Police are calling for a ban after reports of a jump in crime.
Cliff Richard has been crooning for 54 years with global record sales of an incredible 250 million and still counting. Stuart Bocking speaks with the Peter Pan of Pop on his latest DVD Live at the Sydney Opera House.
What will be on your Christmas lunch table? Aussies love a salad, cold meats and fresh seafood. Stuart Bocking reveals the Love Australian Prawns campaign launched this month to encourage us to eat local produce.
Celtic Woman have the most amazing voices and with fans around the world, they are growing ever more in popularity. Listen as they perform for Stuart Bocking and you’ll hear why the girls are loved by millions.
Glenn Shorrock and Brian Cadd jumped at the chance to perform for the 2UE Christmas Appeal for The Children's Hospital at Westmead. Watch them perform one of their classics onstage for Stuart Bocking.
Marina Prior lights up the Children's Hospital at Westmead with her rendition of a Christmas classic. The songstress joins Stuart Bocking in helping raise much needed funds to help our 2UE Christmas Appeal.
A rule-breaker, record-breaker, and Australian of the Year and Dawn Fraser says she's learned a thing or two along the way. Stuart Bocking speaks with our greatest Olympian and share a few personal gems.
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.
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.
More than just a story about cricket, Mark Greig discusses with Stuart Bocking the new book about his father, Tony Greig - Love, War and Cricket. The two reflect on an incredible life on and off the field.
Should there be compulsory testing of older drivers? Stuart Bocking discusses the Premier promising to scrap compulsory testing, but they remain. Should it be a check of road rules, an onroad test, or scrapped?
Have you suffered from bill shock? Consumer groups say monthly electricity bills could go some way to ease ''bill shock'' for struggling families. Stuart Bocking on changes that could help ease the burden.
Kids Under Cover help our community raising money from donated cars for homeless children. Olympic champ Herb Elliott and Phil Hancock with Stuart Bocking discuss their work, with a donation from 2UE.
Rob Schneider is in Sydney to bring some comedy relief after a week of tragic news. He chats with Stuart Bocking about our hero fireys, and pokes a little fun at donations to education, and looks back on his career.
Dr Ross Walker with Stuart Bocking discuss synthetic drugs and energy drinks containing caffeine and oxedrine linked to heart attack, with teenagers also at risk of stroke. A cautious warning ahead of schoolies.
Grease was a blockbuster movie packed with songs we have sung for decades. It's now coming to the stage at Sydney Lyric. Rob Mills & Gretel Scarlett chat with Stuart Bocking about the timeless musical.
Are loyalty cards just a way for companies to acquire members data? How much are your receiving in return for signing up? Stuart Bocking with Tom Godfrey of Choice magazine on where the loyalty really sits.
Was a discarded cigarette to blamed for the grass fire at the Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre that claimed 80 cars? Stuart Bocking looks at the extraordinary event as fire fighters are left astounded by the blaze.
Did your parents play favourites in your family? Have you then found yourself playing favourites with your kids? Stuart Bocking looks at childhood memories and how playing favourites hurts the family.
Little eyes are watch you as you drive. Our children watch what we do when we drive, and we are passing on our bad habits? Stuart Bocking with some of the things drivers do that are being handed down to their kids.
The kitchen of all places in the home is the most deadly for germs. Where do you think is the number one place for germs in the kitchen? Stuart Bocking reveals the appliances that could make you sick.
Are you a lark or an owl? Larks are the people who wake early in the morning and get to work, the owls prefer the night. Stuart Bocking on whether you can become a morning person, or are you born that way?
He's one of our finest and much loved actors. Stuart Bocking catches up with John Wood with Dirty Rotten Scoundrels coming to the stage. He reflects on his incredible career both on stage and on our screens.
Violence fuelled by alcohol has again seen people taken to hospital. It is costing NSW a billion dollars a year. Stuart Bocking on the calls for early closing times for pubs and clubs growing in our community.
Melbourne Cup time is fast approaching. Hard to believe really, but before the race is run, the actual 2013 Melbourne Cup tours the nation. Stuart Bocking got his hands on it. Any tips of who will be the winner?
Stuart Bocking chats with Celia Pavey, who grew up with folk music in her blood. The Voice gave her a chance to take her music to an appreciative audience, who fell in love with this country girl's charm.
A caller asks our tech guru Trevor Long a simple question about the NBN; which party has the better policy. Without wading into the politics, he explains the differences in policy for our online future.
Tony Abbott and John Alexander catch up with Stuart Bocking on the campaign trail. The former tennis champion again seeking to win the seat of Bennelong, the former seat of Prime Minister John Howard.
Whatever has happened to chivalry? Was it killed by women's liberation, or are men just more lazy these days? Stuart Bocking talks to a dating coach on why men wish women would split the bill on dates.
She won us over with a sparkling smile and a voice that drips like honey. Jessica Mauboy is back with new songs after a successful debut on the screen in The Sapphires. Stuart Bocking catches up with her.
Diesel returns with a new album. Mark Lizotte has been providing us great music for 2 decades, and now comes his new album Let It Fly. Watch him perform the track Money Maker from the album live for Stuart Bocking.
The tango, sashay and bogo pogo is on its way onto the stage thanks to the original creative team behind the classic 1992 film, Strictly Ballroom. Stuart Bocking with Choreographer John Cha Cha O'Connor.
We go online for banking, why can't we cast our vote online for the Federal Election? Stuart Bocking seeks out a few answers on enrolling online, but why do we have to show up to vote at a polling booth?
Speed cameras are on the increase, so too the amount of drivers attempting to pass off being behind the wheel, nominating another being the driver. Stuart Bocking on why offending drivers should be careful.
Stuart Bocking asks, do men like carrying loose change? He has a small change bag, and although it looks similar to what grandma carries around with her, it's not a purse right? Why do men not carry spare change?
Should we open the heart of our city, Centennial Park to overnight camping? Stuart Bocking on the proposal. Tell us what you think about Centennial Park offering overnight camping, & high end glamping.
Turning 60 may be considered the new 30, but what are the risks, and the benefits of a population refusing to act its age? Stuart Bocking with Dr Kathy Kramer on the changing attitudes as we all begin to age a little.
Centennial Park is in for a major overhaul, with a 25 year masterplan to upgrade the area on the eastern side of Sydney. Stuart Bocking reveals the history of the parklands and the plans to take it into the future.
Toby Maguire stars in The Great Gatsby and chats with Stuart Bocking about returning to where the film was shot, Sydney. In a candid interview, he reveals a close working relationship with Leonard DiCaprio.
It must be difficult growing up under the watch of the world, starring in iconic movies that remain all career. Stuart Bocking with a well-balanced Molly Ringwald who still looks forward to new challenges in jazz.
Rather than remembering the sacrifices many young men made during war for our freedoms, some youth decided it was a night to get drunk. Stuart Bocking looks at the culture in our youth of binge drinking.
A pioneer of synth pop music that captivated a generation, and the song Do They Know it's Christmas with Geldof, Midge Ure called into 2UE to chat about an incredible career with 2UE's Stuart Bocking.
At Last - The Etta James Story is a two-hour narrative concert starring Vika Bull and will be joined on stage by The Essential R&B Band. Stuart Bocking spoke to Vika about the show and about the great Etta James.
The all-new arena version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar is set sizzle with former Sporty Spice Melanie C as Mary Magdalene and reality TV show winner Ben Forster as Jesus.
Are we about to see another iconic Australian brand heading offshore? RM Williams may be sold to overseas investors. Stuart Bocking on the major player looking to buy into a classic Aussie brand worth millions.
The James Bond films are known for their special effects and incredible stunt scenes. Stuart Bocking catches up with the man responsible for the Oscar winning effects, Chris Corbould, the man behind Bond.
Baylou's debut album Go To Hell & I Love You is released this Friday, but you can catch some of the album here before then. Victoria & Barb from the duo perform live in the studio for Stuart Bocking. Watch the Video!
We are a big binge drinking society and there are calls for a crackdown on the amount of people being caught RBT. Stuart Bocking looks at the calls for under 25's to have a zero blood alcohol level when behind the wheel.
What is the purpose of the school uniform and does it alter the behavior of the children in classes? Stuart Bocking looks at school uniforms, creating discipline and the affect they have on reducing peer pressure.
The 'Fabulous' Beatle Boys will be kicking off the 16 show Australian tour in Sydney on March 15th. They called in to 2UE to sing Stuart Bocking a tune made famous by the group that dominated the charts in the 60's.
Save Your Legs is an inspirational adventure filled with comedy, cricket and Bollywood music. Stephen Curry chats with Stuart Bocking about a boyhood cricket obsession that leads to the heart of India.
Vinyl records are making a comeback with the youngsters and Stuart Bocking reveals that despite living in the digital age, it is surprising to see singles and albums make a return. Have you kept your old vinyl records?
It is a sometimes stressful time in a young person's life, the transition from Primary to High School. Stuart Bocking gets a few tips from Author Angie Wilcock, who has written about it in The Transition Tightrope.
Crowds have gathered at Redcliffe to catch the unveilling of a tribute to the Bee Gees. Stuart Bocking catches up with 4BC broadcaster Loretta Ryan on the unveiling of the Bee Gees Way and a statue to the super group.
Perfect Match was one of the funniest TV shows and although a little goofy, there were always a few laughs. Stuart Bocking speaks with former host Greg Evans who relives some of the more funnier moments.
Pete Murray has just released Blue Sky Blue, the Byron Sessions featuring some of the typical laid back sounds we've come to love from one of our finest singer songwriters. Watch him perform live for 2UE.
O'Shea is a country music duo formed by husband and wife team Mark O'Shea and Jay O'Shea. They have briefly returned home after relocating to Nashville to perform with Cliff Richard. Watch their 2UE video.
Are property prices set to rise with the economy now in recovery mode? Stuart Bocking talks real estate with John McGrath who reveals why property is set for a good couple of years ahead for investors.
Does anybody stand for a woman on public transport anymore? Is chivalry dead with the rise of women and their rights? Stuart Bocking with Mark Sawyer who questions if men should remember their manners.
Public holidays are an extra burden on small businesses that open their doors and face penalty rates. Stuart Bocking looks at surcharges at the local cafe and restaurants and a 33% jump in those who simply do not open.
Opposition MP has been branded a racist for questioning the work ethic of "mobs" involved in the clashes in Brisbane. Stuart Bocking on the Twitter from Andrew Laming and the culture of welfare on tap.
Life is getting more expensive with the many and varied little extras, like the sauce for a pie or soy milk for the coffee, being added to your bill. Stuart Bocking on the added costs like the corkage and cakeage fees.
After years denying he is a drug cheat, has disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong finally admitted his guilt? Stuart Bocking looks at the Oprah interview with cycling commentator Phil Ligget and the fallout.
Tripod have been performing on the comedy circuit since the early 90's as they reveal to Stuart Bocking and now comes their latest stage show coming to the prestigious Sydney Opera House, Men of Substance.
Sydney beaches are open today, despite a shark sighting forcing the evacuation of Bondi yesterday. Tens of thousands of people were left standing on the sand yesterday after the shark alarm was sounded.
Families Minister Jenny Macklin is in damage control after claiming she could live on the dole but having it taken off a transcript. She has come out again, maintaining she could live on the $35 a day allowance anyway.
61 million text messages were sent to family and friends around Australia on New Year's eve. Stuart Bocking looks at the huge load on the mobile network as texts and photos were made to ring in the new year.
Stuart Bocking looks at the latest NSW government report that says complaints about the cleanliness and efficiency of trains has risen, as has the time it takes motorists to commute to home in the afternoon.
The original Wiggles are stepping back from the spotlight and a new team of skivvy wearing entertainers will take over. Stuart Bocking with new Wiggle Emma, and the loveable purple Wiggle, sleepy Jeff.
The pressure on the RBA is the soaring Aussie dollar, as rates drop, the steam isn't taken away. Stuart Bocking questions however the Treasurer on negative comments, and the forgotten self-funded retirees.
Police have seized a chisel, a spanner and a soccer flag post - as they investigate an ugly brawl at a Wilmott football game. Stuart Bocking reveals up to 30-people of Sudanse background were involved.
They may be out of favour with their own parties, but voters would rather the former Prime Minister or Opposition Leader in charge of the country. Stuart Bocking points out its another poll of wishful thinking.
We have a real alcohol problem when celebrations for schoolies, or end of year functions, focused around getting drunk. Stuart Bocking says crackdowns are great, but we have a far more ingrained problem.
The Holden versus Ford era is over in Australian motor racing with Ford driver Will Davison telling Stuart Bocking his elation of winning the last V8 Supercars race of the year at Sydney's Olympic Park yesterday.
Plans are underway to introduce a travel levy to offset the cost of helping Australians in trouble overseas. Stuart Bocking with Nick Champion, Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Chairman and Labor MP on the issue.
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.
The long awaited, forth studio album Child Of The Universe from our favourite songstress Delta Goodrem is released this week. Stuart Bocking catches up to discuss her recent successes and the new album.