4BC Nights: Bill Bristow Founder, Chairman and volunteer pilot with Angel Flight – a charity that co-ordinates free non-emergency flights for financially and medically needy people - joins Walter Williams on Nights.
4BC Nights: Walter Williams is joined by award winning pet photographer Seth Casteel. Well known for his underwater dog photographs, animal lover Seth has released his first book Underwater Dogs – an amazing compilation of photos.
4BC Nights: Writer and director Christopher McQuarrie, known for writing the screenplays for Valkyrie and The Tourist, is making a name for himself as a director with Jack Reacher - based on the Lee Childs book 'One Shot.'
4BC Nights: Julian Langworthy is the Chief Winemaker at Deep Woods Estate Winery, a boutique winery located in the northern region of Margaret River in Western Australia. Langworthy joins Walter Williams and Jim McIwain in a win roadtest.
4BC Nights: French born Australian chef Gabriel Gate who has appeared on a number of TV shows over the years including The Good Food Show joins Walter and Jamie to discuss his new book 100 Best Cakes and Deserts. Listen and comment now.
4BC Nights: Walter speaks to Matt Henricks from Helping Hands. They are arranging community events where people can help make prosthetic hands for victims of land mines. Listen now and join the conversation.
4BC Nights: Andrew Fraser was a notorious criminal defence lawyer in Melbourne in the 1980s, whose clients included international businessman Alan Bond. Walter Williams speaks to him about his amazing life which has inspired a new TV series.
4BC Nights: Walter spoke to John Jarratt. You may remember him as the bad guy from Wolf Creek but this week he is here to save lives by raising awareness about asbestos and the dangers of renovating. Listen now.
4BC Nights: Walter Williams is joined by Hamish Sterling, the creator of Pocket Cricket, a dice game now to be sold by Cricket Australia. The original prototype games may become a collectible because of the limited run.
4BC Nights: Judith Lucy shows Walter her serious side revealing details about her adoption and her spiritual journey through life, which became the basis for her new book Drink, Smoke, Pass Out – out now.
4BC Nights: Don Burke, Australian television personality, gardening guru and author, best known as the host of Burke's Backyard. Burke sat down with Walter Williams in the Chat Room to talk about his enduring career.
4BC Nights: Sharon Douglas, the Brisbane mother of two who found her calling volunteering in a hospital. She recently started her own business, Angels in Aprons, where she assists patients and their families when they are off their feet.
4BC Nights: Richard Gill is one of Australia’s best-known – and best-loved – musical figures. Give Me Excess of It is Richard’s memoir, tracing his life from school days to the heights of conducting and directing an opera company.
4BC Nights: Canteen member Jess, lost her Dad this time last year to bowl cancer. She is volunteering on National Bandana Day this Friday to raise awareness for youths dealing with cancer, and joins us in the studio to share her story.
4BC Nights: The unforgettable Gregg Arthur, interprets the classic songs from legend Nat King Cole. Gregg Arthur lives and breathes the music of the greatest era of American cool, when men always wore suits and had the impeccable manners.
4BC Nights: Legendary, veteran, broadcaster John Kerr joins Walter for a tell all interview in the Chat Room. In November this year he reaches a milestone achieved by very few - 55 years in radio. Join the conversation now.
4BC Nights: Singer/songwriter Tori Amos who has sold over 12 million albums in her 20 year career joined us in the Chat Room. Amos joined about new album “Gold Dust” and her long and successful stint in the music industry.
4BC Nights: Louise Bellchambers has been camping out in ‘The Cube’ in the Queen Street Mall for three days to raise awareness for World Mental Health Day. Bellchambers came straight from the cube to the 4BC studios to tell us how it went.
4BC Nights: Dominique Rizzo, Chef, Author and presenter joined Walter Williams and Jamie Mac to talk about the many uses for Bertolli olive oil and about her philosophy about cooking with fresh, seasonal and local produce.
4BC Nights: Jenny Fox's husband was diagnosed with melanoma in 2004 leading the couple to attend the Gawler Foundations ‘life and living’ cancer healing retreat. Jenny also sought help from the retreat after being diagnosed with MS.
4BC Nights: Lisa Bailey, Redland City Council Officer and Redlands Wildlife Rescue volunteers; Kevin Burge and Peter Tunstall join Walter to deal with the tragic issue of our declining population of Koalas and other wildlife.
4BC News: Michael Clarke Duncan, the hulking, prolific character actor whose dozens of films included an Oscar-nominated performance as a death row inmate in The Green Mile and otherhits as Armageddon, Planet of the Apes and Kung Fu Panda, is dead at age 54.
4BC Nights: Greg Manson, Ex- meatpacker, actor, bouncer, set-builder, rock journalist, demolition man, passport officer, cattle farmer, roller disco mechanic, debt collector and now author of Coorparoo Blues and the Irish Fandango.
4BC Nights: Joining Walter Williams in profile is Kristy Chambers, author of the outrageous new book, Get Well Soon! My (un)Brilliant Career As A Nurse. The book details the best (and the worst) of nursing with a sense of humour.
4BC Nights: Severine Logan, Chief Winemaker at Watershed Wines joins Walter Williams and Jim McIlwaine for Wine Time. We hear how she came to be involved with the winery and do a taste test of a selection of her fine wines.
4BC Nights: Urologist at the mater Hospital, Stuart Philip comes face to face with prostate cancer sufferers on a daily basis. He is taking on the highest free-standing mountain in the world Mt Kilimanjaro, all to raise funds for prostate cancer research. Philip joins Walter Williams as our Local Hero.
4bc Nights: Actor, musician and Asher Keddie’s TV dad – joins Walter Williams in the chat room. John reveals his favourite playschool co-host, the best and worst things about aging and why he’s always cast as the “crazy bad guy”.
4BC Nights: Why are desert war campaigns so tough? Former Press Gallery journalist Peter Rees trawled through thousands of personal papers of Australian soldiers who fought in WWI and WWII to find out. He talks to Walter Williams about his book Desert Boys.
4BC Nights: Navigator for car 17 Ian Doyle, talks to Walter Williams about the Super Endeavour Rally, travelling from Charleville to Yeppoon via East Arnhem Land, raising money for the Endeavour Foundation. Listen and comment now.
4BC Nights: Award-winning Composer and performer Jack Conrad talks to Walter Williams about Conrad’s career writing songs such as ‘Heart’, ‘Steppenwolf’ and selling over 20 million records internationally. Listen and comment now.
4BC Nights: Imagine not being able to read this text. Our local hero this week is vision impaired inspiration Maureen Davenport who runs two low vision support groups in Brisbane. She tells Walter Williams about the everyday struggles people go through when they lose their sight.
4BC Nights: Russell Island Real Estate Agent, Edward A’Bear, talks to Murray Shoring from 4BC Nights, filling in for Walter Williams, about the heritage of Moreton Bay islands. Listen now and comment.
4BC Nights: Antiques and collectables Rick Milne talks to Murray Shoring from 4BC Nights, filling in for Walter Williams, about antique posters, with guest collector Josef Lebovic. Listen now and comment.
4BC Nights: Everyone dreams of growing up and becoming a world famous astronaut. Let Walt take you to the moon when he interviews the first orthopaedic surgeon to go into outer space, Dr Robert Satcher.
4bc Nights: Barry McDonald describes himself as “just an average Brissie guy”. But after overcoming personal tragedy and deciding to run across Haiti, we beg to differ. Listen to his inspiring chat with Walter now.
4BC Nights:: Politics, romance, photocopying – what takes place in your office? Author Gideon Haigh has taken a fascination in what’s shaped our modern workplaces and tells Walter Williams about his latest book – The Office: A Hardworking History.
4BC Nights: Run almost entirely by volunteers, the QLD Maritime Museum seeks to preserve and display our fascinating maritime history. CEO Ian Jempson and volunteer Chris Williams join Walter to talk about their new exhibit, which features items from the Titanic!
4BC Nights: Four boys from Texas, the Eli Young Band, join Walter Williams after their set with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The talk to Walt about crazy girls, checked shirts and their new vision for country music.
4BC Nights: For the past 15 years self-professed geeks and musical geniuses Tripod have been imparting their unique brand of humour on the world. Scod, Yon and Gatesy join Walter Williams for a hilarious feature interview – listen now!
4BC Nights: English musician, producer and one half of the hit pop-rock duo Eurythmics, Dave Stewart, joins Walter Wiliams in the Chat Room. They talk about Dave’s musical collaborations, new album and bizarre tales from life on the road.
4BC Nights: In the aftermath of the January 2011 floods, a group of just eight Brisbane residents came together to form 'Connected Inc' - a grassroots disaster response unit that has helped over 10,000 people to date. Walter Williams is joined in the studio by inspirational founder Craig Michaels.
4BC Nights: Walter Williams caught up with "the happy whistler", Ronnie Ronalde, one of the great performers in show business who deserves the title -' Legend'. The octogenarian told Walter his whistling has only improved with age.
4BC Nights: Walter Williams caught up with fellow Silver fox Chris Botti ahead of his performance in Brisbane. The largest selling American jazz instrumentalist spoke about his multiple Grammy awards and ability to successfully cross over to pop.
4BC Nights: Walter Williams caught up with Rochelle Jackson, author of ‘Partners and Crime’ to find out what attracts women to dangerous men, bad boys of crime including Mrs Chopper Reid and Bob Trimbole’s partner. Rochelle also told Walter what life is like living on the wrong side of the law.
4BC Nights: The Paranormal panel joined Walter Williams as he spoke to the real estate agent selling the infamous Snowtown house and bank. South Australian real estate agent Nigel Christie told Walter and the boys about the property where eight bodies were found in barrels and how much he expected the home to sell for.
4BC Nights: Bill Mumy, American actor, musician, voice-over artist and a figure in the science-fiction community. Best known for his work on Lost In Space and Babylon 5, Bill chats to Walter Williams about his fascinating life, childhood and career.
4BC Nights: Do you suffer from nomophobia? It’s the fear of being without your mobile phone and according to a recent study, this condition is on the rise. Walter Williams spoke to psychiatrist and journalist, Dr Tanveer Ahmed about this condition and how modern technology rules our lives.
4BC Nights: Gardening guru Jamie Durie joins Walter Williams to chat about his journey from ManPower performer to TV star, entrepreneur and environmental campaigner. His fame went global after landing a role on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Listen now!
4BC Nights: Renowned Queensland playwright David Williamson has dedicated his career to bringing us uniquely Australian stories. He joins Walter Williams in the Chat Room to talk candidly about his life, perspectives on Australian culture and favourite footy team.
4BC Nights: Aussie showgirl Rhonda Burchmore joins 4BC Nights, telling Walter Williams about her love of the stage, her dream super power and what it’s like to have “legs that go all the way to heaven”.
4BC Nights: Despite winning a swag of awards, country music star Troy Cassar-Daley remains one of Australia’s most down-to-earth musicians. He tells Walter Williams about the past year – from his farm flooding to heading to Nashville.