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FULL SHOW: Weekends with Peter Fegan – Sunday, 16th June 2024

Peter Fegan

On the show: Feegs is back to round up your weekend. After breaking the news yesterday that Robert Irwin is suing One Nation over a satirical cartoon posted on their YouTube channel, One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson joins Feegs to talk more about her party’s stance in the face of this legal threat and the true intentions of the video: to shine a light on QLD’s political and social issues.  

Political Editor for the Daily Mail Peter Van Onselen joins Feegs for the Sunday Breakdown. One Nation vs Robert Irwin, union boss John Setka vs Albo, and can Labor’s free money approach with the QLD state budget save them? Peter provides his thoughts.

Elsewhere on the show: Caboolture’s Horizons College of Learning and Enrichment is a special assistance school that is shifting the norm in the way students learn. CEO of Independent Schools Australia Graham Catt joins Feegs to tell us more about its purpose and the help they need, as the school looks for more spacious premises to support their growing student cohort.

In the wake of tougher laws and penalties for people who created or shared explicit deep fake images of other people; Managing Director of Leap Consulting Zaun Bhana calls in to discuss AI in more detail. Zaun breaks down whether it is actually a necessity in our society and how, if at all, we can effectively regulate it moving forward. 

PLUS: Nine reporter Adam Hegarty joins Peter ahead of tonight’s 60 Minutes, where he explores the dark world of rapper and producer Sean ‘P Diddy’ Combs. Adam tells us about the FBI raids and various accusations levelled against him of domestic violence and assault.   

Award-winning director Scott Maidment joins for Midday with Peter Fegan to talk about the return of ‘Limbo’ – due to hit West End Electric from August. We hear about Scott’s beginnings in Brisbane, his worldwide career and how the overseas production attracted the attention of one of the world’s biggest performers – Madonna! 

Finally, 4BC Sports Reporter Sam Leckie provides an extensive update of the weekend action and we look ahead to the coming week with your long-range weather forecast.

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