3AW Drive with Tom Elliott
Tom Elliott, August 1908/19/14
On today's show: Clive Palmer stands by his 'mongrel' comments, bizarre boat cruise events and Jacqui Lambie supports Palmer.
Tom Elliott, August 18
On today's show: Obesity Expert for Baker IDI Professor John Dixon; State Treasurer Michael O'Brien; and Vietnam Veteran Gary McKay.
Tom Elliott, August 15
On today's show: Sarah Cafferkey's mother Noelle Dickson; Mayor of Geelong Darryn Lyons; and Barry Jones a Great Australian thinker and Former Labor politician on population debate.
Tom Elliott, August 14
On today's show:Tom speaks with Malcolm Turnbull, Dick Smith, Matthew Guy and Kevin Gosper.
Tom Elliott, August 13
On today's show: Tom celebrates international left handers day, and dumb ideas day; plus Tom covers off Palmer United Party's plan for a seventh Aussie state; Australia's involvement in Iraq; Insurance companies; and sexual harassment in the workplace.
Tom Elliott, August 12
On today's show: Public housing, surrogacy, Iraq, medical co-payment and the latest in the ASADA trial. Tom Elliott has all the latest news of the day.
Tom Elliott, August 11
On today's show: Exclusive with the man who claims to be the overall military commander of the Islamic State and more on the Essendon, James Hird and ASADA case in court.
Tom Elliott, August 8
On today's show: Australasian Union of Jewish Students' Matthew Lesh; Architecural historian Rohan Storey; and Oscar winning cinematographer Jim Frazier is in the studio.
Tom Elliott, August 6
On today's show: Medical marijuana; Nudists; East-West LInk news; Plus more on freedom of speech after the governments back flip on the Racial Discrimination Act.
Tom Elliott, August 5
On today's show: Graduates living abroad should be forced to pay their HECS debts; government backs down over changes to 18C; and Tom crosses to Gaza as Israel pulls its troops out.
Tom Elliott, August 4
On today's show: Mark Latham responds to Neil Mitchell’s call for him to be sacked after weekend revelations; Backlash over 'racist' AFL dreamtime design competition; and Ian Harrison from Australian Made campaign.
Tom Elliott, August 1
On today's show: Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest on his ideas to reform welfare; Senator Bob Day says greedy developers are to blame for high house prices; and a look at growing marijuana plants for a medical condition.
Tom Elliott, July 31
On today's show: Wild weather lashes the city; Planning Minister Matthew Guy announces four new high-rise towers will be built in the city; and the latest in the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.
Tom Elliott, July 30
On today's show: Importing world conflicts into Australia; online voting; why Australians don't trust politicians; and is it time to give up duel citizenships?
Tom Elliott, July 29
On today's show: Australia may have to ditch the Union Jack; Dr Stephen Duckett, Health Program Director at the Grattan Institute; and should we be concerned about an Ebola outbreak?
Tom Elliott, July 28
On today's show: State Treasurer Michael O'Brien; editor-in-chief of the Age, Andrew Holden; Jack Davis, President of Ratepayers Victoria; and are Australians too mean to the English?
Tom Elliott, July 25
On today's show: Exposure to gambling in childhood has been linked to problem gambling later in life; Scott Morrison, Federal Immigration Minister; and Ben Pynt from Humanitarian Research Partners.
Tom Elliott, July 23
On today's show: Fifi Box has bragged about parking in disabled parking spaces and pretending to be disabled; one in three kids say they've been bullied at school; and a fiery interview with Kim Stern from Students for Palestine.
Tom Elliott, July 22
On today's show: Young people can't stand Abbott; Osama Damo, Spokesperson for Save the Children in Gaza; and reports a suicide bomber has detonated a van full of explosives in Ukraine.
Tom Elliott, July 21
On today's show: Amanda Vanstone on keeping Rolf Harris artworks; aviation attorney says Malaysia Airlines is to blame for MH17 incident; and media blackout for children after major disasters.
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