Nightlife with Tony Delroy
The Music and Songs of War and Peace04/23/15
On the eve of Anzac Day we thought we might look at the role music played in Australia's war experience.So we had cultural historian Warren Fahey look at it all and it is a rewarding hour of memories, history and great melodies.
Motortorque with Will Hagon
In the studio with Tony and Will Hagon is Will's son Toby, who is also a wealth of knowledge about all things Motoring.And in the next hour you'll find out which car is set to replace the iconic Ford Falcon, plus we find out about a new documentary...
Nightlife Literary Lunch with Miriam Margolyes
Miriam Margolyes is an award winning veteran actress and touring Australia at the moment with her show celebrating some of her favourite book characters. This is a fascinating hour of listening you should not miss.
What will the Future Workplace be like?
It's obvious that the workplace will be dramatically different in the future, as it has already changed a great deal over the last few generations. In fact even in the last 10 years.Its predicted robots will replace many of us. So will there be jobs...
Nightlife on Coping with Grief
If you've lost someone you love and wanted one more conversation, one more chance to make up for time when you thought they'd be there forever, you'll know that it can seem like the pain and feeling of loss will never go away. But there are ways to...
Peter Blasina-The Gadget Guy on Illegal Downloads
If you currently download programmes illegally on a regular basis, which way will you now jump? On to one of the new content streaming services just launched in Australia or further into the dark web?Our ever popular regular, Peter Blasina, came in to...
How to protect your body from pain
We get pains in all sorts of places, and over time the pain can become chronic and debilitating. So it's important to know how to stop the pain before it becomes a real problem. Regular guest physiotherapist Francine St George joined Tony to give some...
Diseases from the Womb
Who do we blame for the huge increase in diseases like Cancer, Heart disease and arthritis? We might blame our lifestyle or diet, but there is increasing evidence that it might be something that happened while we were in our mother's womb. Tony had...
The (E)state of Wills
Death. It's coming for all of us. Which is why it might seem unusual that despite the scythe poised ominously above our heads only 59% of Australians have a legal will. 22% of us have a plan to get one drawn up but, that's only good news if those 22%...
Dealing with Guilt
In this hour our popular regular guest Psychologist, Dr Sarah Edelman, is discussing how we deal with guilt. From indulging in a decadent desert to causing someone else harm.It also helps us obey Society's rules, but some times it can prevent us from...
Cleaning in the Baby-Zone
Babies are great. They're small, fun and you can mold them in your own image or perform social experiments on them. There is a downside though - they tend to destroy your house and everything in it. Nice new carpet? That's got play-dough in it now....
Driving the Hydrogen Highway
Life is a highway and soon that highway could be powered by hydrogen. Hyundai has beaten Toyota and Honda to open Australia's first hydrogen power station for fuel cell cars in Sydney. There is also a push for a 'hydrogen highway' stretching between...
Entrusting Our History
Australia has a wealth of heritage when it comes to our built environment. Fortunately, foresight has allowed us to preserve much of our history for future generations and a lot of the credit can be placed squarely at the feet of the National Trust....
Buying in a Seller's Market
Australian real estate is booming. Sales are up and home ownership currently sits at around 67% - one of the highest rates in the world. While this surging demand is arguably great news for sellers, for buyers it's a more complicated story. So, how do...
Navigating Kids' Emotions
When you ask children how their day was it's not unusual to be met with little more than a non-committal 'OK'. Many children find it difficult name how they feel and become angry or frustrated, rather than processing their emotions. Needless to say...
The End of the Driving Song?
Legendary investor, Warren Buffett, claims self-driving cars will be good for society but bad for insurance companies. Fewer accidents would obviously have an impact on the sense of insecurity that leads to people spending thousands on a policy but,...
Our Human Services Insider
There are many government departments and most of them go about their business while we go about ours. It's unlikely, for example, that many of us have cause to interact with the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet on a weekly basis. But, the...
Tracking Your Cash Flow
These days, there's an app for everything, including your budget. The principles of good budgeting are simple - save more money than you spend. As straightforward as this sounds many of us still struggle to keep the accounts in the black. Keeping a...
A Good Night's Sleep
Leonardo da Vinci apparently once decried that a well spent day brings a happy sleep. Anyone that has gone a couple of nights without enough of it though, will know all too well that the reverse is also true. Sleeplessness can have a huge impact on...
A Parrot's Swift Decline
The Swift parrot is a small yet striking bird with bright green feathers and streaks of red, blue and yellow on it's forehead and neck. It's also on a trajectory to extinction. There are fears that the Swift Parrot could be 'dead as a dodo' within the...
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