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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 6.30pm-8pm every Sunday. 

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

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Rem Stokes on "Cultivating Generosity"


Rem Stokes has worked with many charitable organisations over the years and is author of the book "Cultivating Generosity: Giving What's Right, Not What's Left".

"Cultivating Generosity" assists individuals in understanding the influences that have shaped their attitudes toward money and personal happiness, and highlights how we can cultivate a culture of generosity.

Tune in to this timely message as we head into our Better Families Appeal. 

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Former AFL player Lance Picioane


During his 77-game AFL career the former Crow, Hawk and Roo, Lance Picioane suffered from extreme anxiety and depression.

The only thing that kept him during this time was the fear of what lay outside football, because while he was trapped in a game he once loved, he didn't want help to escape. 

Tune in as he discusses his extraordinary work now with Love Me, Love You, a non-for-profit organisation that works to prevent mental health issues in young adults. 

Picture credit: @TEARAustralia

TEAR Australia's Mark Galpin


Mark Galpin is the Executive Director of the United Mission to Nepal, which is a project part of TEAR Australia

TEAR Australia is a Christian movement who respond to the needs of poor communities around the world. Mark talks about the forTomorrow campaign, which focuses on the role of women in developing communities.  

Tune in to hear more about the amazing work in Nepal and how the way we live our lives impacts those around the world. 

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Australian Actress Noni Hazlehurst


Noni Hazlehurst is no stranger to show business; she starred on Play School for over 20 years, won various awards, and comes from a family of performers. 

As an Australian television and film actress, Noni hasn't been out of work for longer than 3 months since the 70s, as she is also involved in radio, theatre, and children's organisations.

Tune in to find out how Play School changed her life and the valuable lessons she has learned in her life.

Blind author Annette Siketa


In 2008, Annette Siketa had a routine eye operation which rendered her totally blind but has since proved that having a disability is no barrier to success.

After a long period of perseverance, Annette rose above the difficulty of her circumstances, and has since written numerous multi award-winning novels and short stories.

Tune in to hear more of Annette’s personal journey, and for information on other projects she is working on.

Comedian Tim Ferguson


Tim Ferguson, an acclaimed comedian, writer and producer, has toured the world performing, writing and entertaining.

One morning, he woke up and found the left side of his body wasn’t fully functioning, and was eventually diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Despite the illness, Tim still travels the world performing, lecturing, and teaching the art of comedy.

Picture credit: @SamBramham on Twitter

Paralympian Sam Bramham


Paralympian Sam Bramham, at the age of five, had his right leg amputated but he's never let that get in his way. With the use of a prosthetic leg, he played a number of sports growing up such as AFL football, rugby, and water polo.

Sam is now heavily involved in charity work, and acts as an ambassador for Disability Sport and Recreation (DSR), a charity that exists to ensure Victorians with disabilities are given equal opportunity to participate in sport and recreation activities of their choice.

Listen in to hear more about what Sam has achieved so far, and what Paralympic goals he has for the future.

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Author of 'The Easy Way to Hear God’s Voice', Tania Harris


Tania Harris is the founder of godconversations.com and author of new book, The Easy Way to Hear God’s Voice.

The book explains how hearing God’s voice may not be as difficult as you think... Tania describes how God used dreams/visions in the Bible as one of his most common forms of communication. 

Tune in to hear more about having an open heart and why some people may have difficulty deciphering dreams. 

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'The Best First Date' by Aaron Dickson


Aaron Dickson, a worship Pastor from Grace Chruch Bellingham in Seattle, USA, became a YouTube sensation after posting the video ‘The Best First Date’.

‘The Best First Date’ shows Aaron taking his three-year old daughter on a date, and teaching her about love and how she should be treated, after he and his friends wanted to promote the special bond between father and daughter.

Tune in to hear Aaron’s advice about valuing your children, and about the Dads4Kids Fatherhood Foundation.

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CatholicCare's Denise Lacey


Today in Conversation, Clayton spoke to Denise Lacey, Manager of the Marriage and Relationship and Education Unit at CatholicCare

The Marriage and Relationship and Eduction Unit is based upon a range of programs to help teach people how to have healthy relationships through all stages of life.

Tune in to hear more about the ‘Bringing Baby Home’, an upcoming program for new parents or parents with young children.

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