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This podcast houses the audio from... 3AW's Remember When program - Hosted by Philip Brady and Simon Owens 3AW's Simon Owens Show - Hosted by Simon Owens The Mervyn Purvis Kwik Kwiz - replays of an old weekly segment from Remember When Compilation Conversations - A fortnightly look back at Various Artist Albums. The Flipper and Meso Vodcast - Audio of the weekly Facebook livestream.
 
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With your calls on lengthy careers. Compilation Conversations: Guest – Jon Vertigan – Thru The Roof ’83 [1983] We chat to good friends and great artists Donna Fisk and Mike Brady. We feature Greg Champion’s new song “That Keilor Beat” Produced by Mike Velissaris See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Victoria looks set to become home to one of the world's biggest lithium-ion batteries before the end of the year. The Clean Energy Finance Corporation, which invests in emissions-reducing investments on behalf of the federal government, has granted $160 million to the huge energy storage project near Geelong. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
The rise of peanut allergies in Victorian kids appears to be slowing. New research from the Melbourne Children's Research Institute shows about 80 per cent of parents are now making peanuts one of the first foods they feed their babies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By 3AW
 
The same company behind the COVID-19 vaccine stuff-up, which saw two elderly Queenslanders given four times the recommended dose, is involved in Victoria's trouble-plagued hotel quarantine system. But Daniel Andrews says there is 'no link' between the nebuliser debacle and the vaccine overdoses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Confidence in Australia's COVID-19 vaccine has been shaken by a bungle which saw two elderly people given up to four times the recommended vaccine dose. But Sydney University expert in vaccine uptake, and a former nurse herself, Professor Julie Leask, says Australians shouldn't avoid getting the jab because of the stuff-up. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
The International Olympic Committee has named Brisbane as the "preferred city candidate" for the 2032 Summer Olympics, but it's not a sure thing yet. CEO of the Australian Olympic Committee, Matt Carroll, explains how Brisbane could lose the opportunity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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