Ainsley Melham (Aladdin) and Hiba Elchikhe (Jasmine) from Disney’s Aladdin the Broadway musical currently play at Her Majesty’s Theatre Joined Alex and Flick in the studio for a Disney Quiz. Turns out they 100% know more about Disney than us.
Uber is coming to Bendigo, Turns out some people eat dog food. a catch up with someone who in Texas with the floods and not all vegetarians are very good at being vegetarian.. all on Hit 91.9 this week
Mmmbop turns 20 this year and Hanson celebrate 25 years as a band from middle America by hitting the road, with sold out shows across Aus in June. Alex and Flick caught up with youngest member Zac (now 31 with 4 kids!!!). Did being a rock star at 12 years of age corrupt young Zac Hanson, is he grateful he was famous before trolls ran the internet and why did they start their own beer label?
He's already gone double platinum with the first single Catch 22 off the album Two Degrees, Illy caught up with Alex and Flick to give the new hit Oh My a spin and talk about a potential regional tour.
We're celebrating International Women's Day with an Australian radio first broadcast nationally across the Hit Network
Listen to the highlights with Em Rusciano (2DayFM), Fifi Box (Fox FM), Abby Colman (hit105 Brisbane), Cat Lynch (hit107 Adelaide), Heidi Anderson (hit92.9 Perth), Carrie Bickmore, Sam Frost and Ash London.
Elle Gentle has attended the Hot House Party where she and Ingrid made a pact to make out with a boy in their new Supre outfits. Does Elle still love Will? How did the girls go with their pact? Find out in this weeks installment of Elle's Diary.
The Project has got people talking in Bendigo this morning on supporting local dairy farmers. Dairy processor Fonterra has raised the price it will pay farmers for milk during May and June after widespread condemnation of the price cuts announced less than two weeks ago. Farmers will now receive $4.41 per kilo for two months affecting suppliers to their Echuca plant, but many farmers have already had to decrease their stock sizes after the processor’s announcement, meaning it’s too late...
Alex wants to be an Active April ambassador so we pitched it to the man in charge, Permier Daniel Andrews. We confront the Premier about his days of selling hot dogs outside a Melbourne night club and whether the guilt of those days promptedActive April...
Voices were raised, friendships were damaged, Flick called it a "deep fried goody stick" which sounded suggestive BUTwho has bragging rights over the Chiko Roll? Bendigo (duh) or Wagga? We threw-down with our sister station Star FM Wagga.
Alex and Flick got into a, let's say 'verbal disagreement' with some Wagga Wagga friends over the origin of the Chiko Roll but Mayor Peter Cox helped set the record straight with the help of some gold-encrusted evidence.