This Week: Joe Hildebrand is a newspaper columnist and Host of Studio 10 and discusses his autobiography An Average Joe, and social researcher Hugh Mackay chats about his latest novel Infidelity.
This Week: Iran's nuclear program deal, just how serious should we take them? Tony Abbott and the Indonesians, should we boycott Bali? Comet Ison due to pass closely by Earth this week on its way to the Sun.
This week: Telecommuting. Workers are spending on average 64 minutes per day stuck in traffic, maybe it is time to work from home, and The Devil Park’s new tours which can get up close with the little devils.
This week: gum trees flaking and if they are dying, what should you do? Don Burke has the answers, world renowned motorcycle adventurer Charley Boorman on his latest journey and Fred Watson on life in space.
This Week: dealing with the crisis that is facing NSW with bushfires out of control. Brian Carlton also questions whether Tony Abbott should be volunteering as a fire fighter considering he is the PM?
This Week: The Labor Leadership, airline seats, the sudden heat in Sydney, and Astronomers have carried out an autopsy on a distant planet which appears to have once had the right conditions for life.
This week: What exactly is the Mud Island that has appeared off the coast of Iran after an earthquake in Pakistan? Also, the case of the time traveler John Titor, and Woolies branching into the sex toys industry?
This week: Dr John Clulow on his work to protect Australia’s precious wildlife and establish a frozen gene 'ark' and the discovery of organisms in earth's atmosphere: what does it mean for the origins of life?
This week: Brian Carlton speaks with Josh Richards who is an applicant to part of the Mars One mission, and espionage expert and former Mossad Chief Michael Bar-Zohar on the secretive spy organization.
This Week on The Stir: have smokers been unfairly targeted with excessive taxation, restrictions on smoking? The Sex Party discuss a political response to the needs of Australians in the 21st Century.
This week on The Stir with Brian Carlton, the debate of Election 2013. Listen back to the debate in full, and have your say on who won the debate. Brian catches up with political commentators to analyze the debate.
The election has been called and the showdown set for Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott to face off for a September 7th poll. This week, Brian is joined by Jason Morrison and Paul Murray on the issues facing voters.
This Week: How do we raise teens and pre-teen boys in an era of easily reached internet porn? It is not an easy subject to raise, but Brian Carlton speaks about what is an important topic in the digital age.
Brian Carton this week on The Stir speaks on the latest from Cairo, a little more complicated than most coverage on our media, will Egypt become Islamic? And how to dress hip despite your growing age.
This week Brian Carlton speaks with Josh Frydenberg, Liberal Member for Kuyong about the failings of Kevin Rudd on foreign policy, and Dave Reneke, Astronomy Writer on planets that could sustain life.
This Week: the Fukushima nuclear disaster, what was the fallout from those injured, dead and missing. Should the biff be banned at the State or Origin? And the warring tensions currently facing the Middle East.
The discovery of the Woolly Mammoth in Siberia, what are the chances of cloning it? And more importantly, when will we get to clone ourselves? Do electronic cigarettes work and do people still wear watches?
This Week: Banning live betting, building more mosques to stop terror attacks, the London terrorist attack, do parents understand the benefits of vaccination and in the modern era, do people still wear watches?
This week: comedian, actor and author Ruby Wax on her book Sane New World, the budget, Eurovision and Alien or small child? Professor Gary Nolan who is responsible for working out where 'Ata' came from.
This Week: Sydney's toll roads and their future, sperm donning in Australia is set to no longer be anonymous, the reasons why, and left-handed guitars and why Kevin Gaskell makes the best in the world.
This week: a grandpa mistaken for a paedophile, are all men considered potential paedophiles, what do 3D printers actually do and where will they go from here, the 7 biggest threats to mankind and much more.
This week: do you use self-service at the shops, the appropriateness of xos on the end of smses to work colleagues, Adrian Edmonson the Bad Sheppards, and your calls to the Openline to join the conversation.
This week: Comedian Greg Fleet, discusses how addiction has impacted his life and love ones, his show 'The boy who cried sober' deals with his heroin addiction, and a look at the capture of the Boston bomber.
This week: A look at the tensions on the Korean Peninsula, plans to send a robotic space craft up into space to capture and relocate a small near-earth asteroid, and a study that finds sexting laws too tough.
This Week: Senator Bob Carr discusses threats to the US by North Korea - are things getting worse, the Bill of Rights and freedom of speech, and Astronomer Fred Watson on star gazing in every corner of the globe.
This Week: A report finds a Natural Disaster could leave Australia with only 3 weeks of fuel, the failed JSF-35 aircraft and why we are not using drones, and author Steve Biddulph on the sexualisation of our children.
This Week: the Geert Wilders visit to Australia and what it meant for free speech in Australia, China hacking the US government, why we should all be worried and the need to be more involved in monitoring asteroids.
This week: Senator Nick Xenophon talks of his deportation from Malaysia, North Korea's nuclear testing: should the world be concerned, and Author & Scientist David Brin on where he thinks we are headed.
Join Brian Carlton for The Stir every Sunday night from 6pm on 2UE. This week he takes a looks raising freeway speed limits for cars only, and Peter Hartcher on his piece about Islamists' vision vs. reality in Mali.
This Week: why are interest rate cuts not passed on by banks, an asteroid the size of a football field will shave past on February 15, and an asteroid mining venture with Buzz Aldrin that has just been launched.