Catch up on Clairsy & Lisa, and all their friends.
Clairsy & Lisa wanted to find out how you’ve injured yourself on a playground and Lisa shares a traumatic story from her childhood. Jack Johnson phones in from Hawaii, as you do, to chat to the guys about his up-coming show at Kings Park and Ben O’Shea says a resounding yep to Jordan Peele’s new sci-fi horror film, ‘Nope’.
Jordan Peele is known for horror. But with layers of drama, and fear, this latest movie feels completely different to anything you've seen. 'Even if I wanted to give you every spoiler, I don’t have the words to describe it. I’ve never seen CGI this imaginative,' O'Shea told Clairsy & Lisa.
He’s one of the most celebrated singer-songwriters in roots music – complete with chilled surfer vibes. Except when it comes to playing table tennis with Ben Stiller.
As retirement creeps closer, our fave Docker admits exactly how the reality of it all is hitting him.
David Mundy chats to Clairsy & Lisa ahead of what could be his last home game in the AFL. We take your calls on what allergy you developed later in life and Lisa fills us in on her recent cat shenanigans.
Clairsy & Lisa wanted to know what have you been chased by. Magda Szubanski phones in to chat about her new role in Channel 9’s new dramedy 'After The Verdict'. Elliot Yeo tells us how the team is tracking before the game that divides the city and The Shaw Report pays tribute to Olivia Newton-John.
And we also asked her about her new, more dramatic, role in 'After The Verdict': 'How could I turn down the opportunity to play a Polish lesbian butcher?'
He also made the weirdest admission for an Eagle: he *checks notes* wants to see a sea of purple at the derby this weekend. Um, wut.
As we went to air this morning, we learned the heartbreaking news that Olivia Newton-John had passed away at 73. Clairsy & Lisa fondly looked back at her life and her iconic music many of us grew up on…
Host of The Hundred Andy Lee put it to Clairsy & Lisa: just how many Aussies would give the thumbs-up to a real-life indecent proposal? Turns out we were 0% prepared for the answer.
If you loved the music of the TV show 'Tour of Duty', holy smokes this could be right up your alley...
Andy Lee joins Clairsy & Lisa to chat about his show The Hundred and the team finds out some jaw-dropping stats. We take your calls on your favourite street names around Perth and Rebecca Blake the producer of Rolling Thunder Vietnam drops in ahead of the stage show.
It’s been 40 years since they first performed and it's not hard to see why the band are so beloved, enduring and straight-up legendary. Their live shows are played with more energy than bands half their age and their songs, described as ‘inventive and lyrically smart’, earned them a well-deserved place in the ARIA Hall of Fame. And honestly, the Aussie music landscape wouldn’t be the same without them. Join Clairsy & Lisa f...
When you're just trying to impress your kiddo, and they end up unintentionally roasting you *smacks head*
Adam Hills talks the return of Spicks & Specks, Jon Pinder discovers he’s not a chiselled man, Osher Günsberg hypes up the Masked Singer and the ever-lovely Manu Feildel tells Clairsy & Lisa all about the new and refreshed season of MKR.
...and casually mentions how Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott got the Wu-Tang Clan into the country. We can't make this stuff up.
I'm sorry, but Osh had us the second he said ‘actual singing popcorn machine that truly smells like popcorn’
Could this season of My Kitchen Rules get any sexier? Hosted by Manu and Nigella Lawson, we think not. Also, during his chat with Clairsy & Lisa, our favourite Frenchman was genuinely shocked when we told him what the most Googled recipe was.
Have you ever hidden something away for safekeeping only to later realise you've hidden it a little too well? Lisa lost a wad of cash in her sock draw and wanted to know if Perth had lost anything in plain sight too. Ben O’Shea also joins Clairsy & Lisa with his review of new comedy action film Bullet Train, which hits cinemas today!
All Brad Pitt, code named ‘Ladybug’, has to do is take a three-hour bullet train ride from Tokyo to Kyoto. What could possibly go wrong?
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.
Listen to 'The Bobby Bones Show' by downloading the daily full replay.