Frustration boils over when driving behind someone who is fiddling with the phone, doing their make up or simply not paying attention. Tim Webster reveals the frustration over those who don't concentrate and drive.
Learner driver should be taught at school, long before they hit the roads, in driver defence schools where they can gain valuable experience. Tim Webster looks at recent road statistics, and says training should begin early.
What if you had a crystal ball and could see ahead into 2012 and what will happen on the financial markets? Tim Webster goes one step better and speaks with financial guru Paul Clitheroe to discuss the year ahead.
How dare MPs think they can tell us how to live our lives! We place them in parliament to serve us. Tim Webster looks at this country becoming a nanny state, and getting their socialist rules and regulations out of our lives.
Choice is urging people to consider switching to smaller lenders if the four big banks don't pass on in full an official interest rate cut. Tim Webster with Christopher Zinn on why you need to consider making a change.
Six days, six boats and 542 people have arrived in Australia with detention centres at peak capacity. Tim Webster reminds those in Labor claiming it's all Tony Abbott's fault, that their solution was overturned by the high court.
Social media may well be the downfall of many seeking work, with employers checking out facebook pages and previous twitters. Tim Webster on being aware of what you write online, as the boss may well be watching you.
Former David Jones chief Mark McInnes has lashed out at the company he ran, suggesting the retail giant is not servicing their customers. Tim Webster on whether David Jones is keeping up with the current times.
Congestion across Sydney is a huge and growing concern for commuters. Route changes have been made to buses to help ease the burden. Tim Webster on the proposals for easing traffic through new rapid bus services.
Ritchie Benaud's Aussie cricket team took on the West Indies the last time December was this cold in Sydney. Carbon Tax, doom and gloom and yet as Tim Webster points out, we are shivering at the start of a new summer.
Boot camps in the local park are being clamped down upon. North Sydney Council are struggling to find harmony between residents and trainers. Tim Webster looks at managing the uptake in fitness along with noise control.
Tony Abbott now trails Julia Gillard as preferred Prime Minister. The Opposition claims her improvement is the result of the visit of President Obama. Tim Webster asks, how does that work? Has anything changed?
Computers that think for you so you can dream of other beginnings? Sounds a bit Brave New World, but Tim Webster reveals the new direction Google has announced to the world, to become the storage of all knowledge?
2UE's Road Challenge has proven our toll roads are not cost effective. Tim Webster has boycotted the M2 for good reason. Bumper to bumper, even on weekends, and as the company makes millions, do they care about you?
Tommy Emmanuel performs around the globe to an appreciative audience of loyal fans in every corner. Based in Nashville, it's nice to see him return home. Tim Webster catches up with the virtuoso, who performs live.
Cocaine has become the drug of choice in our Sydney niteclubs. Not just the inner city clubs, but in the clubs in Parramatta and Penrith. Tim Webster looks at the growing trend toward cocaine and the damage it's doing.
Public servants protested plans to impose a 2.5% wages cap for public service workers, but did they garner any sympathy from the public. Tim Webster on why it's time we all adhered to the old Aussie mantra 'Fair Dinkum'.
Surely its time the PM considered an early election. With failed policy after failed policy, Tim Webster says it's time to let the people decide. When it is proven a government doesn't know what it is doing, time for an election.
Humankind is yet to uncover the secrets of the brain, but what an incredible instrument it has been to the advancement of our species. Tim Webster & psychiatrist Robert M Kaplan on how our brain changed the world.
Never bite the hand that feeds you, or votes for you too? Tim Webster looks at Labor MPs and their attack and ridicule on the convoy of no confidence. The convoy of the very people who would usually vote for Labor?
Manfred Urs Koch's book 'Laugh with Health: Your Complete Guide to Health, Diet, Nutrition and Natural Foods' grapples with good health, the five main food groups, and foods that supply the essential nutrients of life.
Bernard Salt, Demographer with KPMG tells Tim Webster he feels like he is the only person who sees a moral and ethical obligation to return phone calls and generally be polite to other people. Is he alone these days?
Katie Noonan is such a talented singer of so many styles of music, it's a wonder she has enough time to keep up with her various projects. The latest Elixir album is released, "First Seed Ripening" and it is pure perfection.
Tim Webster has been a staunch defender of the medical profession in their fight with the government over conditions and budgets. He questions why private health care in Australia is becoming more unaffordable.
A car accident destroyed Molly Birnbaum's sense of smell, and with it her ability to taste, her desire to cook and her dreams of working in a restaurant. She shares what happened next with Tim Webster.