Healthy Smoothies Recipe:
- 1/4 cup Natural Almonds (not roasted), soaked for 2 - 48 hours (will swell to 1/3 cup approx) discard the soaking water.
- 1 glass (200ml) of water
- 6 ice cubes
Wednesday, 06 July 2011 by Gerard Adriaanse
Healthy Smoothies Recipe:
Saturday, 02 July 2011 by Tim Malone
Last week, listener Dave texted us to tell us he knew how to make a pretty super smoothie.
So we put him to the test. Check out the video below to see how Dave went and get some super-smoothie (that's, very healthy smoothies!) making tips. Recipes are on the way!
Saturday, 02 July 2011 by Ruth Chapman
If you wake up later than The Grandstanders (we don’t blame you – they’re early risers) or if you want to listen again, you can download the podcast here. We wouldn’t want you to miss the context of Craig’s simile of the week: apparently walking on Craig is like walking on a yak!
The discussion is varied this week and ranges from health to sport to relationships to a man who discovered he had a worm in his eye and had to have it shot with lasers to kill it – we kid you not*.
Saturday, 25 June 2011 by Benny Mathai
First of all, let's congratulate Kirsten, Jane's 5 year old daughter, on graduating from the Periwinkle swim class. She is now officially a "Seahorse". AFL was soon to pop up in the discussion too. Craig feels sorry for the Bombers' fifth loss in a row. They talk about the pressure that might be on James Hird, the current coach of the Essendon Football Club.
Saturday, 11 June 2011 by Benny Mathai
that Jane has softened a little bit. Jane explains the reason why Craig would feel that way about her. But that doesn't stop Jane from going around and digging up information about different kinds of sports... if they can be classified under 'sports', that is! This time it was the cheerleading team at the Catholic Ladies College in Eltham. It seems that cheerleading has its own attributes that many poeple don't know about. This is where The Grandstanders come in... Listen to them as they discover the art (or sport, depending on your views) of cheerleading!
Sunday, 05 June 2011 by Ruth Chapman
It’s that time of the week again; The Grandstanders are here to grace your ears with their presence and sporting and nutritional knowledge!
This week Craig and Jane are joined by none other than Mitch Baird of the Australian Men’s Water Polo team. They talk about differing heights and weights amongst the players - Craig reckons he could give it a go – and about the difficulties of playing a sport that is not high-profile, as it is in European countries. Mostly though, it all comes down to leg muscles!
Monday, 30 May 2011 by Benny Mathai
Craig Harper (pictured) and Jane O'Brien are back and they have a lot to talk about this week on The Grandstanders. Hold on to your hats as they take you through a journey that you will remember for the rest of your week.
Top of the list for this week's The Grandstanders is round 10 of AFL. They talk about the highlight of last nights game - halftime entertainment. They also think that Jim Stynes, the President of the Melbourne Football Club, who is battling against cancer is considered a motivational person. Craig gives away this week's footy tips too.
Saturday, 21 May 2011 by Ruth Chapman
Welcome to The Grandstanders, the show where Jane and Craig aim to entertain, educate and, well, euphemise, apparently. Craig attempts to talk about delicate topics so much that he gets dubbed Captain Cringe!
Apart from the antics of Captain Cringe, this week The Grandstanders talk to Andrew Clark – a name you probably haven’t seen, but you could still have read his books. Andrew is a ghost writer for an impressive line of sports stars like Mark Scafe, Lydia Lassila and Matthew Lloyd and he talks about the process of researching, interviewing and writing.
Saturday, 14 May 2011 by Tim Malone
(37.5 minutes, approx 36mb MP3)
Craig & Jane are back for another fun-filled week - with special guest young ironwoman Jordan Mercer! This surf-livesaving rising star is only 17 years old and charms our beloved hosts after no more than three words.
Jane's found a woman who's had a headache for three years - we discover how the poor lady is managing and, after testing solution upon solution, which remedy came out on top....
Wednesday, 11 May 2011 by Ruth Chapman
The Grandstanders is the show where week after week Craig Harper and Jane O'Brien ask the hard questions in life like; how do you milk a rice?
Our special guest this week is Performance Coach Lisa Trenchard.
explains, her job is to ask hard questions, be intuitive and make us do
all the work. That being said she does give some amazing answers to
questions texted in by the listeners - clearly answers are involved
In the sporting side of things The Grandstanders are sad that the Melbourne Vixens did not win their game last week, effectively finishing their finals hopes for this year.