4BC Summer Afternoons: Brisbane’s warm weather is forcing snakes and other animals closer into our neighbourhoods as they look for food and water. Snake catcher Geoff Jacobs joins John Scott with backyard snake advice.
4BC Summer Afternoons: Acting Police and Community Safety Minister Steve Dickson on how to stay cool and be prepared for the heat. Mr Dickson also talks about the need to stay healthy if the mercury rises.
4BC Summer Afternoons: Anyone can post anything they want on blogs and social media websites today and there are few, if any, checks and balances. In essence there is no accountability, although the day may be coming when someone gets sued.
4BC Drive: New research shows that Generation Y is putting off getting married until later in life. A study carried out by McCrindle Research has found that people in that generation want to travel and get their careers started instead.
4BC Summer Afternoons: Start your new year on the right technological foot by following Fairfax technology expert Joshua Withers' top 10 technological New Years resolutions. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Summer Afternoons: Tech expert, Joshua Withers' favourite apps for your new Christmas gadget gifts and also how you can get through to a human quickly by avoiding automated telephone systems for your bank or telecommunication provider.
4BC Afternoons: Two Doctor Who stars have joined the fight to have the 50th Anniversary episode filmed in Australia. Moyd and Loretta are joined by the man spearheading this campaign, MP George Christensen.
4BC Afternoons: Millions of prescriptions for sleeping pills are written every year but a new study shows they may not actually have any benefit. Dr Carole Hungerford joins Moyd and Loretta on the short-term treatment.
4BC Afternoons: Nikki Stern was a university graduated with the world at her feet when she met the wrong man, and spiralled into a world of drugs and prostitution. Nikki joins Moyd and Loretta to talk about her life.
4BC Afternoons: Keep Calm and Carry On! You may have seen the merchandise featuring this message, but it was actually war propaganda rediscovered in the basement of an office in 2000. Historian Mat McLachlan tells Moyd and Loretta more.
4BC Afternoons: Queenslanders spend about $511 on Christmas each year. Moyd and Loretta talk with Michelle Hutchinson from Ratecity for tips on managing credit card spending and to Diane Sanders whose family is giving recycled gifts.
4BC Afternoons: On ‘Trip Down Memory Lane’ with Donna Lynch, Moyd, Loretta and Donna talk with retiring Santa’s helper, Keith Baker, who after 50 years in the role is handing over the reins to his son, Nigel.
4BC Afternoons: A historically precious letter believed to be the first ever posted from the Moreton Bay colony to England has been found and the finder, Thomas Bradley, tells Moyd and Loretta what it says.
4BC Afternoons: With the Newtown's young school massacre unfolding around us, psychologist Judith Locke suggests to Moyd and Loretta what to tell the children in such an event and how to manage their questions.
4BC Afternoons: Craig Hodge spent eight years as a crash investigator witnessing more than three hundred and fifty accidents. Craig discusses his new book, Road Kill, with Moyd and Loretta to remind us to slow down.
4BC Afternoons: If you are working over the holiday period or employing staff, then make sure you pay the right rates and entitlements. Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Bill Shorten, joins Moyd and Loretta to discuss.
4BC Afternoons: Crime Corner is back and Moyd and Loretta talk to Author, Evan McHugh, about the mysterious murder of “Old Bill” Groves at Boorara Station in 1940. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: What will the weather be like for Christmas? Moyd and Loretta catch up with Meteorologist, Rob Sharpe, from the Weatherzone to find out what Christmas Day will be like around the country.
4BC Afternoons: Should shoppers be able to buy alcohol with their groceries? United Retail Federation General Manger, Bruce Mills tells Moyd and Loretta he wants Qld to fall into line with other States.
4BC Afternoons: If you are just one day late paying a bill you could find yourself on a blacklist due to laws passed in Parliament this week. Moyd and Loretta found out more from Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, and the CEO of MyCRA.
4BC Afternoons: Mirusia Louwerse and Ten Tenor, Luke Kennedy join Moyd and Loretta in studio to talk about their new production, How to Make Snow. And Luke performs live. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: Holocaust studies will be compulsory in NSW classrooms next year and Moyd and Loretta ask Louise Secker, President of the History Teachers Assoc of Australia, what are the implications of what is taught?
4BC Afternoons: According to Australian Tanya Bulmer who is in Surrey, it is not a good time to be an Aussie in the UK. Tanya talks with Moyd and Loretta about the ill-fated hoax fallout. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: Deskbound editor, Mark Adams, was not an outdoor type and had never slept in a tent, before he decided to retrace the steps of explorer Hiram Bingham to Machu Picchu. Moyd and Loretta ask Mark, why?
4BC Afternoons: If you would love to hear the Beatles perform with an orchestra, then the next best thing is here. Jim Owen as John Lennon from The Classical Mystery Tour joins Moyd and Loretta to talk about the show.
4BC Afternoons: A report on the accommodation needs for over 55s says forget the Peter Pan neighbourhoods, throw the young in with the old. Phil Smith, Urban Designer and Architect from Deicke Richards joins Moyd and Loretta to discuss.
4BC Afternoons: Hacy Tobias had a great career until she was called in to see the boss and the next minute, she’s leaving with her handbag. Hacy tells Moyd and Loretta about her new book and her struggle to find work as a mature-aged person.
4BC Afternoons: The Celebrity Solstice cruise ship is in port in Brisbane and if customer feedback plays a part in the decision of where cruise lines dock, Kim Mothershaw asks Brett Jardineof th International Cruise Council, how we fare.
4BC Afternoons: Crime Corner looks at the unsolved murder of baby Deidre Kennedy. Raymond John Carroll was found guilty by a jury, but the conviction was quashed. Author and journalist, Debi Marshall joins Kim Mothershaw on the case.
4BC Afternoons: In light of the Titans’ porn scandal, Moyd and Loretta discuss with Dr Karen Brooks, what should you declare about your past life when you go for a job? Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: The 4BC tech guy, Josh Withers, tells Moyd and Loretta that there are three Christmas gifts he'd like under the Christmas tree this year, and shares his favourite online shopping websites. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: A ferocious battle left 22 miners dead and became known as the Eureka Stockade. But did it become a minefield of myths? Moyd and Loretta discuss with historian and author Gregory Blake.
4BC Afternoons: Crime Corner is back with the story of a deathbed confession that was too late to save the reputation of a radio star. Moyd and Loretta spoke with crime writer, Anthony Dowsley, to hear the story.
4BC Afternoons: Why are seachange suicide rates at an all-time high? Moyd and Loretta asked Dr Deborah Wilmoth, Director of Bond University Psychology Clinic about the startling increase in suicides in Queensland
4BC Afternoons: The sick are falling back on their super to pay off medical bills and Moyd and Loretta talk with breast cancer patient, Leonie Havnen, who experienced this first-hand and, Carol Bennett, about this growing trend.
4BC Afternoons: A James Cook University student, Stephanie Chaousis, has made an incredible discovery about the box jellyfish venom. Stephanie, knew she wanted to be a scientist since she was five, tells Moyd and Loretta about her discovery.
4BC Afternoons: Homebirths have increased overseas and Moyd and Loretta ask Hannah Dahlen, Associate Professor of Midwifery at the University of Western Sydney, should the birth of a child go back to the days of the midwife delivering at home.
4BC Afternoons: Jodie Hampson tells Moyd and Loretta about her project calling for Brisbane residents to unite with an online collaborative community that brings neighbourhood together to share trade skills and belongings.
4BC Afternoons: Rick Mitchell joins Moyd and Loretta with his “Sports Flashback” and he remembers the 1968 Olympics Black Power salute and the role of Australian silver medallist, Peter Norman in the salute.
4BC Afternoons: Crime Corner is back and Alan J. Whiticker, author of “Twelve Crimes that Shocked the Nation” joins Moyd and Loretta to talk about the 4.3 metre tiger shark in the Coogee Aquarium that disgorged a human arm.
4BC Afternoons: The World Theatre Festival is coming our way featuring some amazing theatre productions including the Last Supper where guests are served 13 meals requested by prisoners on death row, Moyd and Loretta hear more from Andrew Ross.
4BC Afternoons: Before Tap Dogs and The Boy from Oz, Hot Shoe Shuffle paved the way and David Atkins is back in a new role and production debuting in Brisbane. Atkins tells Moyd and Loretta about the new role.
4BC Afternoons: Today marks anniversary of the 1963 assassination in Dallas of President John F. Kennedy, aged 46. Associate Professor, Brendan O’Connor, joins Moyd and Loretta to discuss the conspiracy theories around his death.
4BC Afternoons: Brisbane residents are being slugged a high price for water as providers rake in huge profits — Natalie Wain, a fighter for fairer water prices joins Moyd and Loretta to discuss. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: When author, Daniel Klein, was told he’d need thousands of dollars of dental work, he decided in his 70s to remain authentic and grow old contentedly. Klein tells Moyd and Loretta how that’s going.
4BC Afternoons: You loved him on The Voice, now Darren Percival joins Moyd and Loretta to discuss his new album ‘A Tribute to Ray Charles’ and he performs live in studio. Watch the performance, listen to the interview and join the conversation now.
4BC Afternoons: Your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or MacBook contains the technology for you to track it if it's stolen. Find out how with 4BC Technology Guy, Josh Withers, plus he takes your tech support calls. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: NSW has stolen a State of Origin home game from Queensland next year so Moyd and Loretta took it straight to Sydney and told the Two Murrays what we think about stealing one of our games.
4BC Afternoons: Does the local village still have a purpose? Social analyst David Chalke joins Moyd and Loretta to discuss along with Rosalie Small Business Owner, Vanessa Bennett. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: You might be able to contribute to Beatles history! Matthew White of the Beatles Live Project tells Moyd and Loretta how you can be involved in the exciting undertaking. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: Writer and director, Steven McGregor, tells Moyd and Loretta of an incredible 5000 kilometer journey taken by a group of children to escape Japanese bombing. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Afternoons: Author, Tony Park, spends six months of every year in Africa where he writes his novels, while camping in national parks. Park joins Moyd and Loretta in studio, where it's much safer, to discuss his new book, Dark Heart.
4BC Afternoons: In Rick Mitchell’s sporting flashback, Mitchell tells Moyd and Loretta about 400m sprinter, Bert Cameron, who was unable to run in the Los Angeles Games, but what happened to Bert is stamped on the minds of all who saw the race.
4BC Afternoons: Crime Corner is back and author of “The Lottery Kidnapping”, Amanda Howard, joins Moyd and Loretta to remember in 1960, when good fortune turned to horror, with the kidnapping and murder of Graeme Thorne.