From the largest slum in the world and back again….
A man who finally left the largest slum in the world, only to head back there to help school kids. Patrick Achola is now the Spur Afrika Kenyan Director.
Animals that have served our Australian Army
In the lead up to ANZAC Day we look at the animals that have served our Australian Army. Clayton chats with Anthony Hill the author of Animal Heroes
Remembering all the Australian Victoria Cross recipients
In the lead up to ANZAC Day, Michael Madden and Gordon Traill join Clayton, they are travelling the world, photographing every medal and memorial to all the Australian Victoria Cross recipients…. “One of the remarkable things is we ...
Jim Davis, the creator of Clayton’s favourite cat….Garfield
Clayton chat’s with the creator of Garfield, Jim Davis. Jim shares about the start of Garfield in the late 1970’s, the maddest fans and his thoughts on a big fat lazy cat in the current ‘health-focused’ society. Clayton ...
Research shows how LightFM is helping to beat loneliness
Clayton talks with Jo Curtin, the Executive Officer of the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) about some new research around how LightFM is helping beat loneliness….
What’s it like to write a book with your famous Dad?
March saw the release of the second book in Meg & Tom Keneally’s Monsarrat series, The Unmourned. Originally envisaged as a 12-book series, each instalment is set in a different Australian convict location and each works as a standalone ...