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Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Once again thank you to those who downloaded the last podcast, we are averaging four figure downloads which is great. On this show our interview it to do with recognising an Australian Legend in boxer Johhny Famechon. Gary Luscombe has

Women Seeking Equality

It was back in 1999 that the ABC’s Media watch program broke the ‘Cash for Comments’ story. In it they revealed that high profile radio personalities had been paid for making favourable comments on air about certain major businesses. There

Podcast #34 – Hockey, with New Kookaburras Coach Colin Batch, Netball and so much more…

Podcast #34 – Hockey, with New Kookaburras Coach Colin Batch, Netball and so much more…

We’re back! As usual plenty to discuss. First of all thank you to Sean for his email suggesting a topic for discussion. To find out what he asked us to discuss download the podcast! If you have a topic you

Olympic Games Hosting To Be Limited To A Few Cities

Bidding for the world’s major sporting events is an expensive business, as Australia found out in its failed attempt to host the FIFA World Cup. It appears that the Governing bodies are aware that many Governments in tough economic times

Podcast #32 – Are Administrators Paid too Much, The State of Rugby and a Retiring Hockey Umpire

Podcast #32 – Are Administrators Paid too Much, The State of Rugby and a Retiring Hockey Umpire

Well judging by the feedback and the increase in downloads you are liking the new format. Thank you for those who contacted us with feedback. ON this show we have one guest, a man who has umpired over 200 hockey

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