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in Conversation with Clayton


Is there an issue, news piece or story that has caught your attention? No matter where you are, grab yourself a cuppa and tune into in Conversation with Clayton, at the NEW time of 7pm-8pm every Sunday. 

You can also join in the conversation on our Facebook page...we'd love for you to share your thoughts with us and engage with the topics that are important in your world.

Battling Through Adversity - Sunday 1st May


This week, battling through adversity....Ruth Clare talks about how to live with a father who has post traumatic stress.

Clayton also chats to director Mike Hill about how a movie can get rid of a disease.

And Debra Jopson gives us a unique personal account on living through civil war.

Finally, Tony Milne talks about influencing the Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison, ahead of the budget, about releasing more foreign aid to help those who need it most around our world. 

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Christie Buckingham, spiritual advisor to Myuran Sukumaran & Andrew Chan - Sunday 24th April


On the first anniversary of the executions of Myuran Sukumaran & Andrew Chan, Clayton has a special interview with Christie Buckingham, their spiritual advisor who was with them in their last moments... "I made a vow to the boys, that wherever possible I would stand against the death penalty." 

Also, Wes Carr....from Australian Idol to musical theatre, to him it's always about the music.

 

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Aly Walsh on how to talk to kids when someone passes away & Cameron Daddo - Sunday 17th April


This week we discuss how to talk to kids when someone passes away with Aly Walsh.

Also, whether he's appearing on TV or film, staring on the stage or singing up a storm, Cameron Daddo can do it all....

"It's very important to be grateful for every experience that I have".... down to earth and family focused, you'll find his story inspiring. 

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Looking back at two great comedians, Michael Vietsch & Brian Nankervis - Sunday 10th April


 Michael Vietsch, author, presenter and comedian, speaks on his passion for World War II aircraft, airmen and his latest book "Heroes of the Skies"

"I stumble, I stagger, I stammer" the famous words of the irrepresible Brian Nankervis, performance poet and creator of TV show RocKwiz. 

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Melbourne Comedy Festival, the punster, the punslinger, the one line joker...Tim Vine - Sunday 3rd April


This week, lawyer, Vicki Salkin chats about what we can do to help those facing persecution in the Middle East.

Also from the Melbourne Comedy Festival, the punster, the punslinger, the one line joker, Tim Vine....

"This farmer came up to me and said 'I've got 68 sheep can you round 'em up for me?' and I said 'Sure...70'"

We'll talk comedy and being a comedian with a Christian faith. 

Easter Sunday, the essence of Easter...stories of redemption - Sunday 27th March


This Easter Sunday, Clayton talks about the essence of Easter - stories of redemption.

Archie Boyle went from being what many thought was a lost cause as an alcoholic, to now decades of work helping people recover from their addictions!

Also, a man trying to do what many say is impossible...getting two opposing groups talking together...

"Hi I'm David Verboom, I'm the National Director of World Vision in Israel Palestine."

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Stephanie Rice, her life changed after winning 3 Olympic gold medals - Sunday 20th March


This week, Stephanie Rice, she has a passion for the health and wellbeing of others and everything changed for her after winning 3 Olympic gold medals….

“My coach always said that to me, he said “you know winning a gold medal at the Olympics, your life will be changed forever”, and I went….ah yeah, like I get it, but I didn’t really get it, and now I do.”

Also the man who help start the world wide phenomenon that is Alpha, Bishop Sandy Millar.

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Caterina Politi, mother of one punch victim, David - Sunday 13th March


This week, Caterina Politi, mother of one punch victim, David. She shares the story of her son’s passing and how she’s founded the “STOP. One Punch Can Kill” campaign…

"Everyone’s got to take responsibility for their actions…it’s an instant weapon."

This is an interview no parent should miss.

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Amanda Pipella's cancer journey - Sunday 6th March


This week, Amanda Pipella’s cancer journey, how God & the Eiffel Tower led her to recovery.

Plus how Malcolm Knox won a Walkley Award by uncovering a fraud... “In journalism you’re risking a great deal if you role with a story like that… so, it was pretty hair raising.”

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Don Elgin, one of Australia's great paralympians - Sunday 28th February


This week, the overcomers....

Don Elgin is one of Australia's great paralympians, not only successful on the track, he also served as team manager and runs the only management company in the world for paralympic athletes.

Plus Mandy Young - a woman with a smile on her face despite the obstacles.... "I'm the only person in the world with my disease, that makes me a little more unique than anybody else."

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