Larry Williams Drive
Gilbert Petersen: EMA'S trade missions08/22/14
EMA Commentator Gilbert Petersen talks to Larry Williams about the EMA taking people on trade missions.
Denise McNabb: Telstra
Australian financial markets analyst Denise McNabb talks to Larry Williams about Telstra's long term plans to get rid of call centres.
Gavin Grey: European Union borrowing costs hit new lows
UK Correspondent Gavin Grey talks to Larry Williams about the European Union's borrowing costs hitting new lows.
Barry Soper: Political week in review
Barry Soper reviews the week in politics with Larry Williams.
The Huddle: August 22
Fran O'Sullivan and David Farrar join Larry Williams on the Huddle.
Colin Craig: Taking the Electoral Commission to court
Colin Craig talks to Larry Williams following the news that the Conservative Party leader will be taking the Electoral Commission to court.
Steve Merczynski: James Foley
US correspondent Steve Merczynski talks to Larry Williams about the US attempt to Rescue James Foley, the journalist beheaded and killed by ISIS militants.
Rob Beaglehole: Water Fluoridation
Dr Rob Beaglehole from the Dental Association talks to Larry Williams about a review which claims to put to bed worries about the health effects of water fluoridation.
Barry Soper: Politics
Barry Soper talks to Larry Williams about the week in politics.
John Errington & Jordan Williams: Remuneration for MPs
Remuneration Authority Chairman John Errington and Jordan Williams from the Taxpayers Union talks to Larry Williams about the Renumeration Authority clamping down on travel allowances for the partners of MPs.
Barry Soper: The SIS OIA request
Newstalk ZB's political editor Barry Soper joins Larry Williams to discuss the story behind the SIS OIA request. Included is an interview Barry Soper conducted with former GCSB boss Bruce Ferguson, who explains his understanding of the 'no surprises'...
Al Gillespie: ISIS and International Law
Waikato University's International Law specialist Al Gillespie joins Larry Williams to discuss the evolving situation regarding ISIS and international fighters heading to Iraq.
Felix Marwick: Latest on SIS OIA request
Felix Marwick joins Larry Williams go through the events surrounding the SIS Official Information Act request.
Murray Olds: Abbott's crackdown on Aussie jihadists
Murray Olds joins Larry Williams from Sydney to discuss Tony Abbott's latest measures to get tough on Australian jihadists.
Enda Brady: ISIS recruiting British fighters
Enda Brady joins Larry Williams from London to discuss the fallout from the revelations that Britons are fighting, and killing, on behalf of ISIS in Iraq.
Gavin Grey: Standard Chartered fined $300m
UK correspondent Gavin Grey talks to Larry Williams about a $300m fine for Standard Chartered for failing to improve its money laundering controls, an ash cloud set to disrupt flights across Europe and a drop in profits for Danish brewer Carlsberg
Rod Oram: Electricity sector
Business analyst Rod Oram talks to Larry Williams about the electricity sector with Mighty River Power's result out today and Contact and Meridian out next week
Michael Miller: APN result
CEO of APN News and Media Michael Miller talks to Larry Williams about today's announced result and their vision going forward
David Shearer: Mighty River Power profit
Labour Party energy spokesperson David Shearer talks to Larry Williams about Mighty River Power's announced profits today and why it's outrageous to the consumer
Dr Robert Patman: James Foley beheading
Larry Williams talks to Dr Robert Patman, International Relations lecturer at Otago University about the beheading of American journalist James Foley.
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