Security, wealth, status, postcode, career success, what is most important to you to create happiness? George & Paul ponder the question with Social Expert Hugh Mackay and the pursuit of life's pleasures.
George and Paul speak to Lee Holmes who started a petition calling for improvements in the quality of food being served in our hospitals. If better food is served, it saves waste, and is better nourishment for our sick.
Is the iconic Aussie ideal of getting a 'Fair go' under threat? George and Paul with Author Nick Cater on his new book 'The Lucky Culture' about the rise of a new ruling class, the 'outsiders' & 'insiders'.
George & Paul discuss the proposal to allow drivers to make a left turn at a red light, provided they stop first. Dangerous intersections excluded. Should the changes be made, or would pedestrians be unsafe?
George & Paul catch up with Lord Monckton to discuss the uncertainty in climate change and the latest findings. There has been no climate warming in 23 years according to data he has, so why the fuss?
The overall value of music sales increased by 4% in Australia last year. CD sales are strong despite the popularity of digital downloads. George and Paul on how consumers are sourcing their favourite music.
How do you cope with the customer from hell? Barry Urquhart talks to George and Paul about what techniques you need to deal with difficult customers. What techniques do you use to deal with customers?
Who are we as a nation? On Australia Day Demographer Bernard Salt takes a look at our country in 2013 and what trends are being predicted as we move forward into the future with George and Paul on 2UE.
With a busy lifestyle and time poor options to plan for lunch, George and Paul seek out what are the top 5 quick and healthy cafe lunch options. Nutritionist Catherine Saxelby with a few tips on a healthy choice.
Parents needing childcare are turning more toward family members and unpaid care with our busy society. George & Paul with demographer Bernard Salt on grandparents filling the void in a step back to the future.
Has Facebook changed the way our youth communicate to the extend it has created a generation filled of narcissism? George & Paul look at the addiction to social media and the way it is changing our society.
Cancer is a word, not a sentence. Cancer survival rates are continuing to improve in Australia with 66% of patients now surviving for at least five years. George & Paul with Dr Ross Walker on our healthy living.
Australian tourism operators want to employ overseas workers to fill 36 thousand vacant jobs. George & Paul ask if our wages are too low, or do far too many of this generation want to start at the top?
Crime statistics show a record number of drive-by-shootings in April and an increase in service station drive offs by people not paying for fuel. George & Paul look at the crime spree with crime editor Mark Morri.
A2 Milk. How does it compare with regular full cream milk and what are the nutritional benefits of A2 milk? George and Paul seek out dietician, nutritionist and author Suzie Burrell to get the details.
Is the long-awaited recovery in the Sydney property market on the way? George & Paul get the latest with Harley Dale from the Housing Industry as vendors and buyers prepare for the start of the selling season.
Syrian rebels are bracing for the "mother of all battles" with European powers fearing a "slaughter" is imminent and calling for pressure to prevent it. George & Paul on a dire situation with Dr Keith Suter.
Former Assistant Police Commissioner and Author of 'Blood Money' Clive Small with George & Paul on just how dangerous a place is Kings Cross. He says it's time to target all problems, not just transport.
The elusive God particle may have been found, but it could take years before we fully appreciate what the discovery means. George & Paul get a layman's view of the excitement over finding the Higgs Boson.
Another Australian SAS veteran was killed this week and is sadly the 33rd Australian solider to be killed in Afghanistan since 2001. Should we continue to stay? George & Paul with Defence Writer Ian McPhedran.
June typically brings about a mad scramble to get receipts, bank statements and payment summaries together. George & Paul with Paul Clitheroe on tips for tax time and preparing for the 2013 financial year.
With the cold and flu season bearing down ahead of winter, is using hand sanitiser absolutely necessary or will old fashioned soap and water suffice? George & Paul on cleaning away those germs for your health.
Technology is changing rapidly, and so too is access to our finances. From bank tellers to ATMs, and now to the smart phone. George & Paul look at the changes to credit cards and the move to smart phone payments.
Beware what you write on Twitter & Facebook, the defamation laws still apply to what you write. George & Paul on the small amount of immunity afforded until now, but the courts are now catching up with social media.
The vast majority of people believe in a religious interpretation of life, but what happens when George Pell was placed up against atheist Richard Dawkins. George & Paul look at the recent atheist debate on Q&A. Have Your Say here!
Remember the chat with the neighbour over the back fence? Things have changed with the advent of social media. George & Paul discuss isolation, connectivity and the changes in new media with Bernard Salt.
How does the way you sleep impact on your overall sleep quality (or lack of). How much sleep should you be getting of a night, and when are you sleep deprived? George & Paul seek out answers on much needed sleep.
Do sugary drinks increase your chances of suffering from a heart attack? What of the energy drinks favoured by the teens of today, are they bad for the heart? George & Paul with Dr Ross Walker and a timely warning.
Are over 50's doing enough to prepare for their retirement? What plans need to be put in place? Just how much should you have set aside? George & Paul with Michael O'Neill of National Seniors Australia with advice.
Chest pain can be commonly associated with heart attack, but a heart attack can also be a silent killer. A third of people suffer a painless heart attack. George & Paul on the signs to be aware of with 2UE's Dr Ross Walker.
Is it a trend or reaction to the global financial crisis, people are not buying as much anymore and saving their pennies. George & Paul look at stuff! Are gadgets such as smartphones freeing up space and time?
The Greek parliament has agreed to a bailout of finances, but how will it affect the global markets? The bailout money will not be going to the Greek people, and George & Paul reveal how it will take generations to fix.
Is it a sign of the times when the police riot squad drive around the Sydney CBD at night ready to quell alcohol and drug-fuelled violence. George & Paul with Dr Gordian Fulde from St Vincents on CBD no-go zones.
The supermarkets price war on fruit and vegetables. Is it all bad news for farmers? George & Paul go local to seek out the answers from the Griffith area and discover what sounds like a bleak future for our local farmers.
Ian Verrender writes on smh.com.au that a disorderly Greek default with the Euro crisis could involve a complete shutdown of the global banking system. George & Paul seek his views on the financial path ahead for 2012.
Tensions between Iran and the US and its allies have intensified in recent months, with Washington preparing new sanctions against Iran. George & Paul discuss the Islamic country's push for nuclear capabilities.
Is it time to get out of Afghanistan? What role is Pakistan playing across the border? George & Paul speak with the Australian's Greg Sheridan as Pakistan is accused by the Afghan President of undermining negotiations.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says he will congratulate Wayne Swan if the federal treasurer delivers his promised budget surplus. But only after he falls over in surprise. George & Paul with Terry McCrann on 'the great fiddle'.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has kicked off a crunch week of talks on saving the euro by laying out a vision for a "fiscal union" in Europe. George & Paul with Ian Verrender look at where to for the Eurozone & Xmas travellers.
With summer holidays ahead and time off work, many are preparing a road vacation to take a break. But how well maintained is your car? George & Paul have a few tips of servicing your vehicle ahead of that planned road trip.
Who would have thought that a story about a loveable and loyal dog would capture the hearts of Australian's everywhere. 2UE's George & Paul catch up with the movie's Producer Nelson Woss and the star of Red Dog 'Koko'.
Nathan Mullins was deployed to Afghanistan as a Special Forces Commando. He tells his incredible story to George & Paul. Enduring the daily threats of roadside bombings, being ambushed and the fire fights.
Australian rocker Angry Anderson has joined the Nationals and considering a move into politics. George & Paul speak with Angry and the anti-carbon tax rallies, seen as the public face of the current 'people's revolt'.
Steve Jobs lost his battle with Pancreatic Cancer. George & Paul reflect on the mastermind behind iconic gadgets such as the iPod, iPhone and iPad, forever changing the way we all experience technology today.
The competition for the lunch time dollar is fierce with local sandwich bars battling it out against cheaper takeaway food outlets. George & Paul seek out the benefits of having a good old fashioned sandwich?
Watching the September 11 attacks unfold on TV was horrific. Being there was absolute horror. George & Paul speak to Hans Kunnen, who reflects on his disbelief of what happened around him at ground zero on 9/11.
John Howard was in Washington DC when terrorism struck the United States. His message with George & Paul for Australians on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks is that "the terrorists have not succeeded".