4BC Mornings: Treasurer Tim Nicholls arrives in Cairns today to start discussion regarding possible asset sales. Michael Hare, Electrical Trade Union, tells Patrick Condren that the Union will also fly up to have their voice heard also.
4BC Afternoons: A Brisbane family have been fighting to save their dog Zeus, after adopting and believing it to be a Labrador/Staffy cross. Sadly, rangers have decided that it's a Pitbull and should be put down. Resident 4BC vet, Dr Cam Day looks at the case.
4BC Drive: It's the local derby on Friday with the Broncos vs Cowboys. Ben Davis is listeners the chance to bid on a 'Bronco Experience" which money can't buy. You'll receive 4 tickets for the match, then you will be invited to the 'inner sanctum' to meet the players.
4BC Breakfast: Good news for Australian fruit and veg processors SPC Ardmona in a multi-million dollar deal with Woolworths. Ian and Loretta speak to Managing Director of SPC Ardmona, Peter Kelly about the new partnership with Woolies.
4BC Drive: There’s a lot of focus on the two stolen passports but does this necessarily mean those two passengers were involved in the disappearance? To look at this question, Ben Davis talks to Professor Clive Williams, Counter terrorism expert at Maquarie University.
4BC Breakfast: A massive international sea search has so far turned up no trace of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Ian and Loretta talk to Xavier Waterkeyn, author of “Air Disasters of the World."
4BC Afternoons: Local forests will have to watch out, as the booming population of Queensland may have to mow then down! Phil Smith, Urban designer, looks at the impact this would have on the surrounding environment with 4BC Afternoons.
4BC Online: Brisbane listeners are in for a treat, what with the recent announcement of the return of the 4BC Continuous Call Team, but we are also lucky enough to receive additional expert commentary from league legend, Warren Boland.
4BC Online: Two passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 were travelling on stolen passports and bought one-way tickets, it has been confirmed, as authorities, including the FBI, investigate whether the disaster was the result of a terrorist act.
4BC Breakfast: Many Brisbanites are embracing a new trend, the idea of owning a beehive and cultivating their own honey. Sound like a sweet deal? Ian and Loretta talk to Jack Stone, owner of Bee One Third Neighbourhood Honey.
4BC Drive: Times are tough when you are unable to secure any unpaid work experience. Ben Davis talks to Sue Ball, mother of 15 year old Mitch, who finds herself in this position. Anna O’Rourke, work experience coordinator at Redlands College also joins the debate.
4BC Afternoons: There’s a new happening market down at Portside now on Friday and Saturday nights, called Eat Street, but there seems to be problems with parking. 4BC Afternoons talks to Director, John Stainton about the conflict.
4BC Online: The Brisbane Produce market has collected 40 tonne of fruit, vegetables and Lucerne to take to drought stricken areas of north western Queensland. Check out the pictures of 4BC at the Rocklea markets with Lindsay Transport.
4BC Online: It has recently been revealed that a 31 year old American musician named Brandon Howard has been confirmed via a DNA test to be Michael Jackson's child. This man resembles Michael Jackson in looks and voice - what do you think?
4BC Breakfast: Council officers have been accused of revenue raising, targeting cars parked on an un-signposted median strip near Eat Street Markets in Hamilton. Cr Krista Adams from Brisbane City Council talks to Ian and Loretta.
4BC Drive:The change of the solar bonus scheme by the Newman Government should be a win for everybody. This change isn't as clear as you may think, so Ben Davis talked to Ian Jarratt, Queensland Consumers Association, to find out why.
4BC Breakfast: Thousands of Queensland solar households will lose their guaranteed 8 cents feed-in tariff, forced to negotiate with retailers over a price for their energy. Ian and Loretta talk to consumer finance expert, Bruce Brammall.
4BC Nights: The blame for the demise of the Australian car industry can't just be blamed on one thing. Wayne Crookes, the Chief Operating Officer of the Queensland Taxi Council, tells Walter Williams what is to blame for this happening.
4BC Afternoons: Fiona O’Loughlin has shared her infectious comedy, performing around the globe in headline shows. Michael and Clare were lucky enough to catch up with her while she performs this week at the Brisbane Comedy Festival. (With video.)
4BC Drive: The State Government released information today saying the road toll for last month was low. To keep it that way, Ben Davis talked to Grant Roff, Editor Motorcycle Trader magazine, to find out some biking safety tips.
4BC Nights: Larry Emdur would arguably be one of the best known faces on television, but what is behind the smiling face and great sense of humour. In this interview Walter Williams finds out a lot you may not know about Larry.
4BC Sports Today: Broncos coach Anthony Griffin has named his side for Friday's season opener against Canterbury with Josh Hoffman at five eighth and Ben Barba at fullback. Griffin joins Sports Today to preview the game.
- Breakfast with Ian Skippen and Loretta Ryan
- Mornings with Patrick Condren
- Afternoons with Michael Price & Clare Blake
- Drive with Ben Davis
- Sports Today with Peter Psaltis
- 4BC Nights with Walter Williams
- Ian Skippen
- Loretta Ryan
- Patrick Condren
- Michael Price
- Ben Davis
- Peter Psaltis
- Walter Williams
- Andre La Porte
- Chris Adams
- John Scott
- Richard Arnold
- Kevin Turner
- Clare Blake