With guest hosts Natarsha Belling and Steve Vizard, and guests Holly Madison and Jimeoin, and stories on the murder of AFL coach Phil Walsh, Samara goes to Disney on Ice, and Indigenous boxing identity Boyd Scully faces his toughest bout yet.
With guests, Jessica from MasterChef, enduro-cyclist Jesse Carlsson and Senator Cory Bernardi, plus co-host Gretel Killeen and stories on dirty dentists, the Gold Coast Suns' drugs scandal, carrot beer, depressed doctors and World UFO Day.
With guests Emilia Clarke, Jason Clarke and Hyla, plus guest host Angela Bishop, and stories on Greece defaulting, celebrity phobias, gagging detention centre whistleblowers, Telstra data leak, and crying at work.
With guests Casey Legler, Australia's Mr Universe winner, and Masterchef's Rose Adam, guest host Steve Vizard, and stories on, a case of amnesia, landsharing, early onset dementia, and happy leap second day!
With guest host Jennifer Byrne, and stories on, tea-tox negating the pill, Greece's financial situation, gender dysphoria in children, a mother who forgave her daughter's killer, and pranks going too far.
With guests Keisha Castle-Hughes and John Jarratt, plus guest host Gary Mehigan, and stories on conservative playgrounds, online piracy, Lehmo chats to kids about food, plus our cast bring their dogs to work!
With guests Kat Stewart, Bow Wow and Christopher Pyne, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on today's politics, helper dogs, Clementine Ford's battle against the trolls and Swampy the raw milk rebel.
With guests Jamie Durie and Steve Price, plus guest host Tom Ballard, and stories on NASA bombing asteroids, netballing grannies, new citizenship laws, ATM fees, haunted homes, and gender-neutral names.
With guests Mark Wahlberg, Seth MacFarlane, Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff and Joel Creasey, plus stories on anti-piracy laws, Aussie terrorists, the dangers of skinny jeans, and the barbershop quartet representing Australia.
With guest Steph Catley, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on public school fees, 12-year-old AFL umpire, the Matildas into the World Cup quarter-finals, the mother wanting to bring her son to Australia, film merchandise.
With guests Hugh Sheridan and HG Nelson, plus guest host Meshel Laurie, stories on treating eczema, Princess Samara, can a front yard be gay, sailors arrive in Brisbane, Masterchef, and the Pope’s dramatic climate change speech.
With guest host Gretel Killeen and stories on Bill Shorten's troubles, sports mascots, Madonna's new video, Riley the teenage stunt double, the disturbing new stolen pic sharing site, the 65 year old mother of 13 who's just had quadruplets!
With guest host Todd Sampson and stories on the deadly superbug in our hospitals, the woman still weightlifting while pregnant with twins, the latest on the wads of cash given to people smugglers, and insights on Melbourne's underworld from two
With guest Christopher Pyne, plus guest hosts Fifi Box and Brad McEwan, and stories on saving the Orange-bellied parrot, why are Aussies so gloomy? Could housesharing help the elderly stay independent? And is this Australia's next NBA superstar?
Waleed talks about the new laws stopping detention centre workers from making claims about abuse public.
With the news that two Australian-born fighters for ISIL have been reported as dead, we challenge Zaky Mallah on his controversial comments on Australians going to the Middle-East to fight for ISIL.
There are serious allegations that Australia has paid people smugglers to turn back asylum seeker boats -- allegations which our Prime Minister today repeatedly refused to deny. So should the PM answer the question?
The UN may be unlikely to list the Barrier Reef as "in danger", but as Waleed points out, there are still plenty of reasons to be concerned for the reef's future.
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.
The hilarious Jimeoin joins us for a chat!
The stars of Terminator:Genisys sat down with Hyla to talk about what skills they learnt while making the movie and male nudity.
Casey Legler was an Olympic swimmer early in life and has transitioned into being one of the world's only female-male models, we chat to her about her career and the B U campaign.
She starred in the Whale Rider and in the latest season of Game of Thrones. There's no doubt she's a star but is Keisha an Aussie or a Kiwi?
WEB EXCLUSIVE: The Terminator star sits down and gives Lehmo some advice about body-building, training and eating - as well as his reaction to the new movie Terminator: Genisys.
Rapper and star of CSI: Cyber Shad Moss joins us to talk about the early days, his awesome CSI co-stars and the ins and outs of Bow Time.
Offspring star Kat Stewart joins us to talk about Dry July
Jamie's back in Australia to appear on The Living Room, and he tells us which Hollywood celebrities he's been designing furniture for, and gives Carrie some tips on greenwalling.
The stars of Ted 2 speak to Freddie Flintoff about creating a sequel to the wrongest teddy bear movie ever, and what inspires Seth's crazy ideas.
Hugh Sheridan's brother Zach was caught in the Nepalese earthquake and was lucky to survive. Now Hugh's trying to give back and raise some money for the devastated country.
After three year old Samara was subject to some horrible racism while waiting at a Disney event, we decided to invite her and her Mum to the show to try to show that magic can happen.
She's smart, hilarious and wonderful - and she's in Aus for her new film Inside Out. Amy Poehler chats to the panel about her love of Australia and how this new comedy can help parents talk to their children about emotions.
Scott Loxley has walked thousands of kilometers to raise money for the Monash Children's Hospital, and he's done it ... dressed as a storm trooper. He's reached the end of his trek, but there's still time to donate!
Hyla meets with the stars of Hot Pursuit, an odd couple crime comedy with balls, to find out how the two of them ended up working together.
Boyd Scully has mentored dozens of young indigenous boxers. Now he's facing his toughest bout of all.
After three year old Samara was racially abused while waiting for a Disney event, we decided to link her up with some other princesses.
We rely on them to look after our health but more and more doctors are struggling with their own mental health problems.
An enterprising brewer has come up with a new drop that's main ingredient is more at home in the greengrocers than the grog shop.
They're the things that make us go eek! From sharks to stalkers, we ask some leading Aussies what they're scared of - and how they react.
It's a devastating disease that'll claim nearly a million Australian sufferers within decades. And while dementia is often associated with old age, for younger patients, it can be an even crueller blow.
Rekiah O'Donnell was shot dead by her boyfriend in 2013, yet her mother still found a way to forgive him.
Two years ago we met Emma Hayes, a courageous transgender girl who has embraced her inner self.
Now 11, Emma's preparing for the next phase of her transition.
Lehmo caught up with the kids at Werribee Primary to talk the weird and wonderful world of food.
The healing power of pets is nothing new but the story of Fizz, an assistance dog, is a wonderful reminder of just how life changing the bond between man and dog can be.
The Ryan family say that Monte Cristo, their mansion, is Australia's most haunted house. But as they take ghost tours telling of the house's eerie tales and paranormal experiences, scientists think they may have an explanation for hauntings.
Joel Creasey tackles the jobs that Australian employers struggle to fill: baker, bricklayer, hairdresser and, er, "turd burglar".
Following the death of her husband Abdi, Somalian refugee Fatuma Ahmed Ali is determined to honour his dying wish to bring their son Saaid from a Kenyan refugee camp to Australia.
At just 12, Angus Bayne is a small town boy with a very big sporting dream. But unlike others his age it's not to become a footballer. Angus wants to be an AFL goal umpire - the youngest the league has ever seen.
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