MH17: Horror in the news with the mass murder of 298 innocent souls aboard MH17. Tim Webster looks at the behaviour from the other side of the world, and the thoughts many had this week of where we proudly call home.
Leadership: Tim Webster speaks with Anne Henderson on her book 'Menzies At War'. The insightful book delves into his leadership years, going from defeated leader to become Australia's longest serving prime minister.
2UE Video Editorial: Is it time for a re-think on the way we advertise gambling? Tim Webster discusses how easy it has become to bet on anything from sport to the two flies theory. Do we need a re-think on gambling?
Gambling: It seems the gambling culture is walking hand in hand with the spirit of the NRL these days. Anti-gambling campaigner Reverend Tim Costello joined Tim Webster to talk of a re-think needed on gambling.
The New Food Buzz: 'Superfood' is the latest buzzword. But just what makes something a superfood? What exactly are the benefits? And more importantly, how do you incorporate them all into your daily diet?
Dog Squad: Former dog squad police constable Matt McCredie and his retired police dog Rex joined Tim Webster to talk about his new book 'K9 Blue - Duck and Weave' which revolves around his police dog.
Help Out: Camp Quality has helped to give so many children a smile and cheer and a return to quality childhood by creating opportunities to do things other kids take for granted. Tim Webster on a special story to share.
Account Fees: Not every kids’ bank savings account offers the same conditions. Tim Webster reveals that without looking into the fine print, you could be setting yourself up for some unwanted fees or lower interest rates.
Workplace: Ageism in the workplace can be a very real issue facing older workers. While many employers do the right thing, Tim Webster reveals still a lot of businesses only look for younger employees.
2UE Video Editorial: Re-vamping the welfare system, but emotive discussion needs to be dropped. Tim Webster on the disability payments that we cannot afford, need addressing, but take out the emotive talk.
2UE Video Editorial: Horror perpetrated by religious zealots? What sort of god or prophet condones this? As the agony and terror of war grows in Iraq, Tim Webster looks at extremism behind the insanity of the uprising.
Bless Me, Father: Popular Australian vet Robert Zammit speaks with Tim Webster to talk about his first book 'Bless Me, Father'. The historical fiction delves deeply into the corruption surrounding the Catholic Church.
Asthma Alert: Are fireplaces as bad for your health as car exhaust & cigarette smoke? Tim Webster on wood burning fires responsible for 75% of Sydney’s health-hazardous fine particle emissions in winter.
Video Editorial: Politics is about ideology, but have we forgotten that? Tim Webster looks at political balance. Are we being too extreme? Are minor parties on the rise because of lack of agreement between the major parties?
2UE Video Editorial: Are we over governed? Is it time to tear back one of the tiers of government? Tim Webster on the calls from former PM Bob Hawke on abolishing the states, or should we do away with local councils first?
2UE Video Editorial: Police are appealing for drivers to slow down in school zones following a spate of accidents with children. Tim Webster reveals his horror at hearing a number of children hit in a matter of days.
2UE Video Editorial: The federal budget was not all doom and gloom. Tim Webster on changing the handout mentality. As a nation do we need to strive toward a future where we all roll up our sleeves and give a hand?
2UE VIDEO EDITORIAL: More horror on our roads in Sydney with lives lost. Tim Webster reveals just how many lives we have lost so far this year and it is higher than previous years. Are we too complacent when driving?
2UE Video Editorial: Is the age of entitlement coming to a screaming end? Tim Webster looks at the proposed changes to pensions and the axe to fall on the budget. Is the time to have the hand out come to an end?
Marcia Hines has been producing brilliant music for over four decades and the Queen of Pop is back with a stunning new album, Amazing. Tim Webster chats with her about the new release, & to talk all things good music.
2UE Video Editorial: Pedophilia is sickening to the majority, but recent inquiries into child sex abuse has highlighted how widespread and insidious it can be. Tim Webster reveals his thoughts & work of police.
2UE Video Editorial: Should the NRL ban lifting tackles? Tim Webster has a few suggestions but makes the point, the incident with Alex McKinnon was a terrible accident. Is Jordan McLean simply a scapegoat?
Kate Ceberano is one of the greatest voices our music industry has produced, and for the first time, the chanteuse is revealing her personal highs and lows. Tim Webster chats with her on her book 'I'm Talking'.
2UE Video Editorial: Is the behaviour of our MPs improving? Tim Webster looks at a recent parliament time session and reveals what he saw. What standards do you expect of our elected parliamentary members?
2UE Video Editorial: Women on boards of industry are growing in numbers, but so too are the number of women represented in homeless figures. Tim Webster with a few points for the men of our society. Have Your Say!
2UE Video Editorial: Do you want a national airline that is subsidized by you? Should the Prime Minister prop up Qantas? Tim Webster discusses if the taxpayer should fund businesses that are not competitive?
With so many safety features on modern cars, why is it the road toll is still on the increase? Tim Webster looks at driver distraction, speed, and worrying signs drivers are simply no longer focused on driving the car.
2UE Video Editorial: We no longer drive our cars. We are so constantly distracted with items around the car, like the stereo, or smart phones. Tim Webster on getting back to basics, and simply drive the car.
Are you safe this season following the recent spate of shark attacks? What are the precautions you can take in the water? Tim Webster & expert Dr Steve Kennelly who has researched sharks for 12 years.
Is our health system in need of a checkup? Tim Webster has been in and out of hospital and is concerned we are heading down a slippery slope. Health is the most important issue, and needs to be dealt with.
Are you an older worker struggling to find a job? Are some employers simply hesitant to employ older workers? Tim Webster speaks with Ita Buttrose who is fighting for the rights of older workers to find employment.
Our truckies are some of the hardest workers, but are there too many cowboys driving these days? Tim Webster on unroadworthy trucks, and that damage on the M5 this week bringing Sydney's roads to a standstill.
Love Bluegrass music? A form of Country that when played to perfection becomes infectious to tap the toes to. The Morrisons seared the radio with slick hot Bluegrass with Tim Webster. Watch them perform live.
Are we ready to care for the increasing population of the aged? Tim Webster reveals the complications for those Baby Boomers moving into old age, and not just in suburban Sydney, but in country areas as well.
Is it time to go digital when it comes to our archaic voting system? Tim Webster takes a look at the missing Senate votes of WA and questions how it happened. Is it a perfect case of moving to voting online. Have Your Say!
Urban Wilderness is the new collection of tracks from one of our most loved music performers. Tim Webster chats with Alex Lloyd ahead of his new tour, and grabs a live version of his incredible song Waterfall.
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.
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.