4BC Afternoons: Have you always wanted to be a spy? Journalist Chris Pain and potential spy has taken the bizarre step of becoming an actual spy, believe it. Pain joins 4BC Afternoons host Moyd and Loretta.
4BC Afternoons: As heard on 4BC Afternoons with Moyd K and Loretta Ryan, if you would like to know more about the cruise this year, listen to Moyd and Loretta with Julie Roger From Globus Travel. Listen now.
4BC Afternoons: 68% of Australian small businesses are home based, and, unfortunately, not a lot of them get much recognition. Moyd and Loretta on 4BC Afternoons bring together two at-home workers, Kelly Burstow, with her business 'Be a fun mum', and Peter Dowse, a web designer.
4BC Afternoons: Kay Schubach has been through a nightmare, and she has decided to release a book about it. Kay tells 4BC Afternoons about her violent relationship with Sydney socialite and love rat, Simon Lowe (now in jail) and her book about her experience.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd & Loretta caught up with Loretta Marron, Inaugural CEO, Friends of Science in Medicine, to look at the science behind alternative medicines and her crusade to debunk the common myths.
4BC Afternoons: Will the suggested $1 pokies scheme help problem gamblers? Moyd and Loretta talked with Gabriella Byrne, former gambling addict and founder of the Free Yourself Program about this hybrid scheme.
4BC Afternoons: With another school shooting in the USA, Moyd and Loretta talked with Professor Charles Watson about Australian gun laws and if they are protecting our children. Listen live and have your say.
4BC Afternoons: Many experiences can change our lives, and being homeless is certainly one of them. A young marketing lady, Brianna Karp, found herself living in a car park after the recession hit. She tells 4BC Afternoons about her new book which details her tumultuous life.
4BC Afternoons: You may know him from his archaeological series or his portrayal of Baldrick in Blackadder - either way, his unmistakeable enthusiasm is infectious. Moyd & Loretta talked with Tony Robinson who is in town to shoot his latest doco.
4BC Afternoons: Edward Spark is a resident of Toowoomba, who experienced the full force of the floods last year, and was rescued after clinging to a tree for dear life. Moyd and Loretta look back at the day with Edward, and reflect on what could have been.
4BC Afternoons: Do you get lost in the supermarket? Do you like the idea of shopping with a smart trolley? Moyd & Loretta talk with Nathan Dunn, General Manager of VIP Retail, who is the man rolling out the latest shopping trolley technology in Australia.
4BC Afternoons: Some reports from America may be alleging that marijuana is less damaging than cigarettes to the lungs. Moyd & Loretta spoke to Professor Ian Olver, Cancer Council Australia’s CEO, about this strange new research.
4BC Afternoons: Australian musician, Brian Cadd, was instrumental in providing the music for the soundtrack of cult film, "Morning of the Earth". Cadd joins Moyd and Loretta to talk about his Brisbane performance in which this music will have a release from the film.
4BC Afternoons: Are you wise enough to look back and give yourself some good advice and maybe heeding it? Moyd and Loretta talked with Joseph Galliano, Editor of 'Dear Me', a book featuring celebrity letters to their “sixteen-year-old-self”.
4BC Afternoons: It has been suggested that to fix the spread of cane toads in Queensland, we have to bring in the tarantulas! Getting more than they bargained for, Moyd & Loretta talked with Dr Robert Raven, spider expert at the Qld Museum, about this hairy idea.
4BC Afternoons: Is competition good for us or bad for us? Nipper groups down south are making activities less competitive and more inclusive. Moyd and Loretta talked with Margaret Sims, Professor of Early Childhood, about the effects of competition.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd & Loretta talked with Australian musician with Iva Davies, also known for being the frontman of Icehouse. Davies is in the USA where he is representing Australia at G’Day LA and singing his classic song “Great Southern Land”.
4BC Afternoons: Separate beds? Moyd and Loretta talked with columnist Jennifer Adams about her article ““Sleeping apart – not falling apart: A practical guide for happy couples who want to sleep separately.”
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta spoke with Helen King, a Cairns grandmother, who was arrested after having her purse and identity stolen. Also giving advice is Howard Postner, Assistant Director of Criminal Law Services at Legal Aid.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta had the pleasure of catching up with Stephan Elliot, director of ‘The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert’, to talk about his new wedding film ‘A Few Best Men’, which will hit cinemas soon.
4BC Afternoons: Is it possible to die from a broken heart? Joining Moyd and Loretta for a Good Health segment is 4BC regular, Dr Ross Walker. The doctor provides listeners with a definitive answer which gives food for thought.
4BC Afternoons: Australian music legend, Normie Rowe, joined Moyd and Loretta in the 4BC Afternoon's studio to discuss his pop career, time spent in war service, his various stage acting roles and what he is currently working on.
4BC Afternoons: With two tickets up for grabs to see the Queen Mary 2 when she sails into Brisbane, Moyd and Loretta spoke with Warwick Foote, Honorary Curator at the Qld Maritime Museum about the QM1 and with David Jones, about the QM2.
4BC Afternoons: Terry Irwin, famous for her wildlife crusades, owner manager of Australia Zoo, widow of Steve Irwin and mother to Bindi and Bob, joined Moyd and Loretta for a colourful chat about her life and work at the zoo and elsewhere.
4BC Afternoons: Stamp out the puppy farms once and for all! This is the firm message as Moyd and Loretta talk with Mark Townend, CEO, RSPCA and Linda Richards, President of Best Friends Rescue about raising support to change legislation.
4BC Afternoons: On this day, the 46th anniversary of the abduction of the Beaumont children, Moyd and Loretta talked with the author of the book “Searching for the Beaumonts”, Alan J. Whiticker, about the claims by a US man that he is Grant Beaumont.
4BC Afternoons: Should drugs be decriminalised? Sir Richard Branson thinks so and Ex-Factor winner Altiyan Childs has admitted he’ll do drugs again. Moyd and Loretta discussed the issue with Dr Dennis Young, Executive Director of Drug Arm Australasia.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta talked with the former lead singer of the Master’s Apprentices, Jim Keays, about his musical career and his upcoming Brisbane performances with Darryl Cotton and Russell Morris.
4BC Afternoons: What does it take to protect our Prime Minister and what kind of person would take up that position? In light of the Australia Day protests, Moyd and Loretta spoke with Hans van Beuge, experienced security consultant.
4BC Breakfast: Back in the 1980's, Robin Parkin was well-known to Queenslanders as one of Channel 9’s most popular newsreaders. Moyd and Loretta caught up with Robin to talk about her news days and her current adventures.
4BC Afternoons: Following a United Nations report that world resources will run out, Professor Ian Lowe, President of the Australian Conservation Foundation talked with Moyd and Loretta about what we need to do to conserve our future.
4BC Afternoons: Should smacking children be made illegal? Moyd and Loretta spoke with Dr Gervase Chaney from Perth, who is campaigning for it to be banned, as other countries also consider adopting much tougher laws on the subject.
4BC Afternoons: What is important to Gen Y, Gen X and the Baby Boomers at the next election? Moyd and Loretta invited Nicole, a Gen Y from Auchenflower, John, a Gen X from Taringa and Ruth, a Baby Boomer from Clayfield, into studio to debate.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta broke the exclusive news that AAMI, a major insurance company, has upgraded its systems to offer existing and new customers flood insurance. Great news for many Brisbane residents.
4BC Afternoons: Mastocytosis is a extremely rare disease that is slipping through the cracks, as symptoms are hard to identify. David Mayne is a sufferer and the Chairman of the Australasian Mastocytosis Society, and he joins 4BC Afternoons to explain the disease.
4BC Afternoons: When did sexualisation become mainstream? Mia Freedman joined Moyd and Loretta to discuss her article in The Sunday Mail’s ‘U’ Magazine about being inundated with sexualised images even in family friendly places.
4BC Afternoons: It seems that nothing much is safe these days, and none know this more than Deagon resident, Lorraine Bagnell. Moyd and Loretta talk to this older lady after she discovered $300,000 was stolen from her home earlier this week.
4BC Afternoons: David Reneke, 4BC's resident UFO guru, has passed a lot of information onto our listeners regarding everything to do with space. Moyd and Loretta invite Reneke back by popular demand to talk a bit more about his 10 years as a UFO researcher.
4BC Afternoons: We’ve all done it; gone overseas for that adventure of a lifetime; but with three young Australian tourist deaths in Laos this past month, Moyd and Loretta spoke about the dangers with Paula Ganly of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Jaz from Skeleton Travel.
4BC Afternoons: Donna Lynch joined Moyd and Loretta for a trip down memory lane and a look at Brisbane Restaurants from the past, including a chat with Michael Gambaro who has been part of Caxton Street since the 1950s.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta talked with 4BC's resident Sex Therapist, Bettina Arndt, about her article the “Booby Trap” that suggests men are living in ''a state of confusion'', baffled by the way some women dress and the messages that they interpret.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta asked the questions ‘are Ashgrove voters torn by loyalty or the bigger picture?’ They talked with QUT’s politics and gender expert, Dr Mary Crawford to find out what sways people.
4BC Afternoons: Were any of your relatives in World War II? Then perhaps they might remember the subject of the next discussion. War historian Mat McLachlan joined Moyd and Loretta to talk about the 70th Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin.
4BC Afternoons: Donna Lynch joined Moyd and Loretta for her trip down memory lane as we look at old sayings from the past and those still existing. Bruce Moore, author of "Speaking our Languages: The Story of Australian English" also gave his opinion.
4BC Afternoons: Brisbane is the capital city most at risk of heatwave deaths in the future, according to a new report. Moyd and Loretta talked with Roger Beale AO, Principal, PriceWaterhouseCoopers about his suggestion that Australia needs a heatwave plan.
4BC Afternoons: With the Hoarding Squalor Conference underway, Moyd and Loretta talked with Psychologist, Professor John Snowdon, about why people hoard and lawyer, Associative Professor, Michele Slatter, about what legal rights hoarders have to hoard.
4BC Afternoons: This time last year, The Urological Society of Australia and NZ’s conference was being held in Christchurch when the earthquake struck. Ex-President of the Urological Society, Dr David Malouff, shares his first-hand experience with Moyd and Loretta.
4BC Afternoons: Moyd and Loretta caught up with Deb Cox, head-writer and producer of the new Australian detective series set in the 1920s, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. Cox was also well known for being a scriptwriter for the Aussie show, 'Seachange'
4BC Afternoons: As heard on the show, Loretta has been talking about an old photo. Look at this fellow in the picture - do any 4BC listeners remember his style? Click on the link to get a slightly closer look at his coat!!
4BC Afternoons: The operating costs for the Flying Doctors might be more than $30M per year, but Rick Morton who shared his brother’s story of how the Royal Flying Doctors came to his rescue, can testify that it's money well spent. Moyd and Loretta also talked to Roger Parker who is riding over 3000 km for the organisation.
4BC Afternoons: She’s gorgeous, funny and has her own show at the Powerhouse called “Waitressing and Other Things I do Well” - Gillian Cosgriff joined Moyd and Loretta live in studio to explain what led her to write the show.
4BC Afternoons: Sometimes we get stuck in a toilet cubicle, only to be endlessly amused by the writing on the wall. Well, La Trobe University Academic, Dr Jan Schapper is doing this as part of her job, and she told Moyd and Loretta how the wall writing can reflect our culture and practices.
4BC Afternoons: We’ve heard a lot about the ‘Big 4’ – the powerful banks that dictate our interest rates, but why can’t we borrow from overseas banks? Moyd and Loretta asked Aussie Home Loans Executive Director, John Symond, this very question.
4BC Afternoons: Diets are big business, but does the one-size-fits-all plan have a fundamental flaw? Moyd and Loretta talked with Nikki Wallman, Editor of Australian Health Food Guide, about the potential barriers to weight loss for all ages!
4BC Afternoons: On the anniversary of the findings in 1981 by the coroner, Denis Barritt, that a dingo took baby Azaria, and with the opening of the inquest this Friday, Moyd and Loretta talked with 4BC’s own Chris Adams, and journalist for Today Tonight in 1981, Michael Beattie about the case.
4BC Afternoons:Moyd and Loretta welcomed Scottish singer, Mary Kiani. Originally singer for Scots band 'The Time Frequency', she flies solo now, ahving been a session singer with Donny Osmond. Kiani sang some bars from her new album ‘Little Things Mean a Lot’.
4BC Afternoons: 4BC have been following the journey of Pat Farmer, who has ran more than 20,000 kilometres from the North Pole to the South Pole. Farmer tells Moyd and Loretta that now he's back, all he wants is to hug his kids and have a meat pie.