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On the show today, Clairsy & Lisa chat with Perth Scorcher speedster Jhye Richardson before their game against the Sydney Sixers this weekend, Lisa reveals this years’ Time Magazine person of the year and the team wants to know how you’d sum up your year in 3 simple words.
There's been some poor crowd turnouts to recent Test matches... we chat to Scorchers' Jhye Richarson to find out if it's on his mind.
Just imagine 'Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again' in all its callback glory with a symphony orchestra. Imagine no more. This week, Aussie rock legends The Angels present their acclaimed Symphony of Angels show at the Perth Concert Hall, we spoke to guitarist John Brewster...
On the show today, Clairsy & Lisa catch up with Comedian Charles Firth to chat all things ‘The War on 2022’, The Angels guitarist John Brewster talks about family, music and The Angels documentary ahead of ‘A Symphony of Angels’ at Perth Concert Hall and the team heard your hilarious, painful and heart-warming answers to the question ‘what was the most unexpected thing that happened to you this year?’
'There’s this part of the show where we just get this big dumpster bin and set it on fire.'
Clairsy & Lisa dig into the ‘Only in America’ files only to discover a woman who is taking a company to court over mac and cheese. Frances O’Connor calls in to chat about her upcoming film ‘Emily’ and scientist Cath Trott drops by to chat about the World’s Largest Telescope being built right here in WA.
Finally, the Wuthering Heights author and supposed recluse Emily Bronte is getting the spotlight shone on her.
Clairsy & Lisa chat to Scientist Cath Trott on how a bunch of antennas in the middle of the WA outback will have the ability to peek 13.6 BILLION years into the past... wtf.
Socceroos are out but the host of the Perth Christmas Pageant is in to wrap up the weekend in sport.
Clairsy & Lisa chat with Ryan Daniels about all things sport, Christmas pageants & whingers, Lisa reads the comments section and the team wanted to know what really marks the start of summer.
His name was inspired by a teacher's description of him as ‘idle’ and for someone whose roots were firmly in punk rock, he’s managed to reinvent himself (more than once) as a solo act with a more pop-punk edge. In 1982, armed with hits like ‘White Wedding’, ‘Dancing With Myself’ and ‘Hot In The City’, his debut album solidified him as a staple on the-then brand-new MTV. Just a year later, his second album Rebel Yell proved he w...
Our Rhino was schooled on a theory as to why, more than any other sport, people go ABSOLUTELY NUTS over the soccer...
Our Friday comedian tries to explain AI art to Lisa. It did not go well.
Clairsy & Lisa want to know what you’ve tried this year, Ryan Daniels drops by to talk all things World Cup, AFL Drafts and cricket. Jon Pinder brings the laughs to wrap up the stupid news of the week.
'If you liked Elf, you'll like this', is how our movie guy described the new Christmas flick starring Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds!
On the show today, Clairsy & Lisa reflect on the incredible life of Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie. Ben O’Shea drops by to review the Christmas film ‘Spirited’ and the calls get spirited after the team ask if you've actually stuck to your New Year’s resolution?
A recent article described the Hoodoo Gurus as putting out more 'explosive energy' into their live shows than younger bands... but while frontman Dave Faulkner admits it's touring that keeps him fit, he's considered what it might take to hang up the guitar.
Ahead of their show in Perth next week, Clairsy & Lisa’s music reporter Mark ‘Smiley’ Pascoe chats to the charismatic frontman about the popularity of Mr Brightside, the band’s love of doing covers and the ritual of suiting up.
On the show today, Brandon Flowers from the Killers chats with Clairsy & Lisa’s music reporter Mark Pascoe, Dave Faulkner calls through to chat all things Rockwiz and Hoodoo Gurus & Lisa takes down Will Smith in The Shaw Report.
On the show today, Cyndi Lauper joins Clairsy & Lisa to chat ahead of her show with Rod Stewart, the team wanted to know what’s the best TV theme song and they discuss the very disappointing ‘Word of the Year’.
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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