4BC Drive: Mark Braybrook speaks with Glenn Lazarus, former rugby great, who has recently joined Clive Palmers Palmer United Party. Lazarus tells us why he has chosen to get into politics. Listen now and join the conversation on the PUP.
4BC Afternoons: The 2013 ‘No2Bullying’ conference on the Gold Coast recommended police be given the power to seize phones and computers in the event of youth suicide. Moyd and Loretta talk to Andrew Fuller, Clinical Psych.
4BC Afternoons: TV is switching to digital and the government is warning Brisbane residents about scammers approaching households, offering to make adjustments to their television signal. Tony Johnson from the Office of Fair Trading talks to Moyd and Loretta.
4BC Drive: Following the collapse of cleaning company Swan Services 2500 people have lost their jobs, 583 of which are in Queensland. Mark Braybrook speaks with Michael Crosby the United Voice National President about their hardships.
4BC Mornings: Tributes are flowing for former first lady Hazel Hawke who passed away aged 83 after succumbing to complications of dementia. In 2011, Greg Cary spoke to Hazel's daughter Sue Pieters-Hawke.
4BC Mornings: Foreign Affairs expert Dr Keith Suter joins Greg Cary to discuss whether the Woolwich terror attack in Britain which saw 25 year old Soldier Lee Rigby butchered on the street should be considered a wake up call for Australia.
4BC Onine: Greater exports are the way forward for the local car industry, with the loss of manufacturing by Ford a "kick in the guts", Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says. "The answer for the car industry is a strong export plan," he said.
4BC Drive: Queensland Health Minister Lawrence Springborg says the government's already looking at ways to improve the state's vaccination rates. The state's opposition has followed the lead of their New South Wales counterparts to call for law changes to allow child care centres to ban unvaccinated children.
4BC Afternoons: It's a beautiful if slightly obscure art form and a new exhibition, is opening in Brisbane showcasing some incredible examples of 'woodcut' art. Moyd and Loretta talk to local woodcut artist, Alex Gillies.
4BC Sports Today: The Brisbane Lions will be looking to build on their win against Essendon last weekend when they face Carlton at the GABBA on Saturday night. Brisbane midfielder Brent Moloney joins Sports Today to preview the game against the Blues.
4BC Online: Lawyers for Craig Thomson have requested more time to fight allegations he misused union funds to pay for prostitutes and pornography. 173 charges are now laid against Craig Thomson, he has always denied the allegations.
4BC Mornings: When 75 year old Toowong pensioner Adrian Duffy returned home from hospital after 21 days in hospital recovering from major heart surgery, he was shocked to find his bank account had been emptied by the Federal Government.
4BC Online: Logan detectives are seeking public assistance as they continue to investigate the suspicious death of a woman at Logan Central overnight. Just after 7am the body of a woman, believed to be in her 20s, was located at the front of a residence on Leichhardt Street.
4BC Breakfast: A new report has revealed that it costs $812,000 to raise two children from birth till they leave home. Amanda Cox is a mother of three with her oldest 12 and youngest 4 she also runs realmums.com.au and joins Breakfast.
4BC Sports Today: The NRL's integrity unit is investigating claims by a Brisbane woman that she was assaulted by South Sydney's Queensland forward Ben Te'o last month. Te'o released a statement saying he had not acted improperly.
4BC Online: Queensland's government says 10 new schools will be built to meet growing student demand in the state's southeast, three weeks after announcing nine could close in the same area due to low attendance rates.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta talk to world-famous author, Dr John Gray about the world-famous “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus” and find out if men and women are finally back on planet earth.
4BC Drive: Rodney Croome, Australian Marriage Equality's national convenor joins Gary Hardgrave on Kevin Rudd's announcement in support of same-sex marriage and he believes that it should encourage more MPs to come out in support.
4BC Sports Today: Cricket Australia has announced a new contracting system that will see our women cricketers among the highest paid female athletes in the country. Southern Stars captain Jodie Fields joins Peter Psaltis.
4BC Mornings: Cynthia M Bulik is a Distinguished Professor in Eating Disorders at the University of North Carolina and has written a book about midlife eating disorders. Bulik is determined to bust the myth that eating disorders only strike adolescents.
4BC Drive: Rescue teams are combing through what's left of an American suburb after a tornado tore through the outskirts of Oklahoma City, killing at least 24 people. Gary Hardgrave speaks to Chris McKinnon from News 9 in Oklahoma.
4BC Online: A $10M Queensland government initiative designed to curb alcohol-fuelled violence in the state's biggest nightspots has been labelled a flop. The Audit Office's report to parliament about the Drink Safe Precinct was tabled on Tuesday.
4BC Drive: Gary Hardgrave speaks with Dr Felicity Cox, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Macquarie University. Dr Cox has worked on a project called "Australian Voices" where she is aiming to listen to 1000 different Australian voices.
4BC Mornings: Steven Corcoran has been a truckie for 20 years and in that time has lost 13 colleagues on the road. He says the pressure for drivers to push through the fatigue and meet delivery deadlines is immense.
4BC Sports Today: Rugby league's golden point system is again under scrutiny after a grueling 10-10 draw between Melbourne and Manly in Monday night football. Storm forward Ryan Hoffman joins Sports Today to discuss the game.
4BC Online: Ray Manzarek, the keyboardist who was a founding member of The Doors, has died. He was 74. Publicist Heidi Robinson-Fitzgerald says in a news release that Manzarek died on Monday at the RoMed Clinic in Rosenheim, Germany.
4BC Sports Today: Bill Magin played his 700th senior game of AFL over the weekend when he took the field for the Pomona Cooroy Demons on the Sunshine Coast. Bill joins Sports Today to take a look back at his career.
4BC Breakfast: Mary and Ian on Breakfast cover age old flu remedies as the cold weather sets in around Brisbane. Listen and comment now with your family's flu remedies and see other listener's remedies.
- Breakfast with Peter & Mary
- Mornings with Greg Cary
- Afternoons with Moyd and Loretta
- Drive with Gary Hardgrave
- Sports Today with Peter Psaltis
- The Lounge with Walter Williams
- Peter Dick
- Mary Collier
- Greg Cary
- Moyd Kay
- Loretta Ryan
- Gary Hardgrave
- Peter Psaltis
- Walter Williams
- Kevin Turner
- Ian Maurice
- Dave Downie
- Richard Arnold
- John Scott
- Clair Levander
- Chris Adams
- Sally Chester-Law
- Victoria Carthew
- John Stanley