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Football World Cup
We will be talking FIFA World Cup 2010 with Delia Fischer FIFA Media Relations Manager on the lessons learned from the Confederations Cup and whether everything is on track for June next year.
His dad was a Rolls Royce on the park, Andy Todd is more of a land rover, rugged, reliable and useful. He could prove to be the Glory’s best new signing with his coolness in defence. As a player who has spent his career winning we will talk to him about the positive signs at Perth Glory.
Emirates Western Force academy player Mark Swanepoel will join us to talk about Cottesloe’s minor semi final win at the weekend and how great it was to have Wallaby Richard Brown in their side. Can the seagulls go all the way?
Last week’s “On This day in sport” section threw up a question as to how you score in Chess. Tonight the president of the Chess Association of Western Australia Haydn Barber will join us to explain. He will also bring us up to date on the state championships and give us more information about the Spassky/Fisher rematch.
The Perth Wheelcats are aiming for a fourth consecutive national wheelchair basketball title this weekend. Tonight vice captain Sam Clark joins us to tell us what obstacles stand in their way.
We have heard of people climbing it, we have even heard of people playing cricket on it, in fact Justin Langer’s cricket helmet went to the summit. We are talking about Mount Everest. Have you ever heard of motorcycling up Everest? Tune in tonight when Tony Evans will tell us about this unique opportunity.