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With guests Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and the stars of San Andreas, and Shannon Noll, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on FIFA, Tree Change Dolls, Tinder STIs, war with China, talking to children about ISIS and Australia becoming a dumb co
Hosted by Gorgi Coghlan, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar, Jen Byrne
With guest and Dr Bridie O'Donnell, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on doctors against smacking, White Cliffs, politicians' housing allowance, anti-terror training, and "Dancing Man" Sean O'Brien.
With guest Britney Spears, plus guest host Steve Price & Strauchanie reporting from the G, and stories on Melbourne Zoos' shocking gorilla attack, the Sydney siege inquiry, the minefield of Minecraft and Geelong's lotto controversy.
With guests Maggie Beer, Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, Mark Pesce and Brad Delosa, plus guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on traffic problems, Australia's world wood chopping champion, the refugees stranded at sea, and missing woman Chantal
With guests Daniel Johns, Melissa McCarthy and the cast of Spy, plus guest host Gretel Killeen and stories on Letterman's last show, the power of lobbying, Cardinal Pell, ISIL's path of destruction and Scrabble's scandalous update.
With guests Anh Do and Nick 'Honey Badger' Cummins, plus guest host Steve Vizard, and stories on exporting marijuana, collectors, airbag recalls, and the dumbing down of music.
With guest Guy Sebastian, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Joe Hildebrand, and stories on the refugees finding homes in the outback, the hipsters helping the homeless, returning jihadists and will we live on as immortal robot clones?
With guests George Calombaris, Andrew Forrest and Dr Jennie Bickmore-Brand, plus guest hosts Tommy Little and Steve Price, and stories on iron ore enquiry, top restaurant awards, a couple's wedding wish, conscription and ketamine trials.
With guests Todd McKenney, Bill Shorten, Joel Creasey and Tegan Higginbotham, plus guest hosts Meshel Laurie and Lehmo, and stories on Aussie values, BB King, Shorten's vision, Cuba's cancer vaccine and celebrities' first jobs.
With guests Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Daniel Macpherson and Barnaby Joyce, plus guest host Chrissie Swan, and stories on flu vaccines, MMA mums, Prince Charles' letters and Johnny Depp's dogs.
With guests Mötley Crüe, Malcolm Turnbull, Asher Keddie, Vincent Fantauzzo, Joel Creasey, Barrie Cassidy, Steve Price, Dr Bridie O'Donnell, plus guest host Todd Sampson, and stories on the budget, Simpsons pixel artists, and salt.
With guest hosts Tommy Little and Fifi Box, plus stories the budget, Norfolk Island independence, abalone poaching, domestic violence, Facebook memorials, and GST on tampons.
With guests Rove, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Ernie and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann plus guest Matt White and Steve Price, and stories on parental leave changes, NAPLAN, Mum of the Year, memory overload and the ghost town of Wittenoom.
Ireland has voted overwhelmingly in favour of marriage equality, leaving Australia the only developed, English-speaking country without some form of same-sex marriage. We talk to Tony Abbott's sister Christine Forster about the chances of progress.
On budget night, Waleed calls for a slice of funding to help the victims - and the perpetrators - of domestic violence.
An important Public Service Announcement: Shoot Landscape To Escape Missing The Full Picture Bro.
Waleed explains why it's time the Coalition and Labor sorted out their differences and agreed on a renewable energy target.
Do the right thing. It's time to stop the hurt. Don't give your child a dumb name. We tackle this growing problem in a project PSA.
This is a Public Service Announcement on behalf of... everyone. Stop Duck Face!
Nollsie joined us following his State of Origin performance!
Pete sits down with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to talk about his role in the new film San Andreas.
Pete's full interview with the stars of Brad Peyton's new blockbuster.
Pete's full interview with the director of new blockbuster San Andreas.
She's Australia's top supermodel, and is now a superstar actor through her role in Mad Max. She joined us to talk about how she landed the role.
A man "fat-shamed" on social media after a video of him dancing was posted online has got his own back by partying with celebrities in Los Angeles.
Britney is a bona fide pop megastar. With a massive list of hits behind her, she's found herself at home with an award winning Vegas live show. Pete talks to her about her collab with Iggy Azalea and her plans for the future!
One of Australia's most loved cooks joined us with non-alcoholic wine and cheese, tells us who her favourite chef is, and gives us some beginners' advice on cooking.
We sent Pete to Hollywood to chat to the stars of the hit new comedy SPY. He sat down with the director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids) to get to get right down to the real nitty gritty of Hollywood.
We sent Pete to LA to chat to the stars of the new hit comedy SPY. He sat down with the hilarious Miranda Hart to talk about her breakout Hollywood role.
Aussie rock legend Daniel Johns just keeps making exciting and innovative music. His new album 'Talk' is out now, and we chat to him about its creation and his plans for the future.
Pete headed to Hollywood to catch up with the cast of the new hit comedy SPY, and he got the chance to duke it out (verbally) with action superstar Jason Statham.
Pete headed to Hollywood to chat with the cast of the new movie SPY, and sat down with the delightful Rose Byrne - an Aussie actor who can't stop kicking goals in Hollywood.
The hilarious and talented Melissa McCarthy has a new film out - Pete caught up with her and the rest of the cast in Hollywood to talk about the film.
The explosion in matchmaking apps has coincided with an explosion in sexually transmitted infections, Gorgi investigates.
The Tassie mum who's making waves with her new spin on old dolls.
We address concerns some parents have raised about their children playing the massively popular online game Minecraft.
In the eyes of the law, an animal is seen as a thing, with limited rights to protect them from medical testing or being held in captivity. But US animal lawyer Steven Wise has been on a 30 year mission to change that.
Time once again for the series that tears the country in two... so what do some of Australia's top sportsmen, personalities and politicians think we should expect?
A private Melbourne gym that teaches Israeli army combat techniques is set to teach civilians how to use firearms like snipers in the Israeli Defence Force and Israeli police and security services.
Jules Schiller visits White Cliffs, population 119, literally out the back of Bourke, and discovers an old opal time where people dig out abandoned mines as dwellings.
Motor Neurone Disease is a rare but devastating illness with no cure or treatment. Next month a high profile campaign hopes to put an end to the disease for good. Footy star Strauchanie is one of the guests of honor and we hooked up for a ripper chat
27 year old Chantal Barnett was last seen with her housemate, Robert Martinez, in central Queensland in March 2013. Police later found Robert's remains, and believe Chantal also met with foul play, but she remains a missing person.
Allegations levelled at George Pell during the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse have lead to many calling for him to return to the country. Includes unedited interview with ACU Vice-Chancellor Greg Craven.
Key to the democratic process is the ability of people to make their voices heard - and not just at the ballot box. We break down the ins and outs of lobbying politicians to create change.
We meet the couple with a very unusual obsession...
Nick and Marcus used to walk past those living rough without blinking an eye. Then one day, they decided to stop and have a chat. Since then they've created photoblog Homeless of Melbourne and helped many of those in need.
Wth young people moving to big cities, many towns in outback Australia are struggling to survive, but the rural town of Nhill has been rejuvenated after a group of refugees began calling it home.
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