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Wednesday October 23, 2008

Breakfast with Millsy & Tony Mac

Rock 'n' Roll coppers
Millsy and Tony Mac spoke with 'grungy' Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan. The top cop's band 'The Filth', which includes 3 other police officers and an Australia Post worker will be auctioned off at the Constable Care Charity Golf Classic at Lake Karrinyup Country Club.
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Rock 'n' Roll coppers

Inside story on the Stones
Former manager of the Rolling Stones, Sam Cutler, tells Millsy and Tony Mac what it was like being the band's tour manager in the 60's.
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Mornings with Simon Beaumont

Drunken violence and rubbish
Simon Beaumont spoke with Chris Peck from Surf Lifesaving WA, who was forced to abandon patrols at Scarborough beach yesterday because of the drunken violence. While at Cottesloe, beachgoers left countless amounts of litter.
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Cottesloe Beach

If it's happening in Perth, Simon Beaumont's Morning Program has it covered. Click below for more.
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Afternoons with Harvey Deegan

Cooking with Grace Maiolo
See what's cooking in Grace Maiolo's kitchen when she joins Harvey Deegan for their Wednesday cooking segment.
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Cooking with Grace

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Drive with Howard Sattler

Gambling with your child?
The Australian Hotels Association is proposing that lessons on gambling be introduced to schools in a bid to teach students financial and life skills. Howard Sattler spoke with AHA chief executive Bill Healy and raised the question "Will this teach or promote gambling?'
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Howard Sattler has worn heaps of labels during his 27 years as a talkback radio host, but what he's not is… boring. Find out why.
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