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4BC Drive Friday afternoon on 4BC Drive means Friday Drinks with resident wine blogger Steve from Q Wine.
Steve’s Bargains of the Week include:
Meerea Park Hell Hole 2013 - RRP $22.50, Steve describes is as tropical, apple skin with a dash of lemon. He says it's slurpable deluxe!
Thomas Wines Braemore 2013 – Priced around $25, Steve says the taste is juicy limes, a very well balanced wine which will age nicely but drinks brilliantly now.
Listen to the chat here:
4BC Drive: A Queensland man who won a worldwide competition to fly to outer space is preparing for lift-off. Tim Gibson chats to Mark after returning to Australia from an intensive training camp at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.
One of the focal-points of the Australian sporting calendar is the Boxing Day test match. Traditionally, cricket in Melbourne has been a massive event drawing thousands of supporters to the MCG every festive season.
Dr Tom Heenan, sports historian for the National Centre of Australian Studies at Monash University, explains to Mark Braybrook how the post-Christmas test match has become an institution unto itself.
4BC Drive: Do you remember the days when you could go on holiday and leave your job behind? In this day-and-age, with technology being so accessible, it's become much harder to truly disconnect from work.
Is it a good thing?
Are there ways to avoid it?
Dr Anne Bardoel, Associate Professor in the Department of Management and Head of the Work Life Research Program at Monash University, joins Mark Braybrook to give some advice to those who can't leave work at work.
4BC Drive: Food historian Dr Janet Clarkson gave Mark Braybrook an insight in to the history of some of our favourite Christmas treats. You'll never guess where they come from!