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Corrie Perkin is joined by Gerard Whateley this week (while Caro enjoys the last few days of her holiday). We begin with a discussion of the death of Eurydice Dixon and reflect on why this particular case has resonated so broadly and loudly across Australia. As talk of sweeping budget cuts at the ABC progressed to suggestions from some liberal ...…
 
Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Episode 40! Caro's been to the theatre to see Barry Humphries in "The Man Behind The Mask", a show that had her skipping out of the theatre. We ponder the state of department stores and the shopping landscape as another Melbourne icon, Myer goes into crisis mode. As we edge towards the AFL Indigenous R ...…
 
This week Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin are joined by Caro's son - Ned Donohoe. Ned gives us an insight into the world of a young documentary film maker and enlightens us on some of the interesting and controversial projects he's been working on (including his current project 'Green Light' which follows the stories of two people involved in ...…
 
Who better to join us for a Mother's Day edition than Caro's Mum Julia Wilson. On Tuesday night it was a tough choice for Caro and Corrie - listen to writer Jennifer Egan or watch the Budget on TV, what was more interesting? The Ross Lyon saga continues (but why?) and with Julia in the studio we can't help but check in on the predictions and pa ...…
 
Plenty to talk about this week including the changing landscape of the Australian media - two huge legal bombshells for Cardinal George Pell and Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson. The fall out from the banking Royal Commission continues and we reflect on the posthumous honour bestowed on controversial Australian Olympian Peter Norman. In BSF - Corrie’s ha ...…
 
We touch on the significance of ANZAC Day and get the housekeeping done (Caro gets a whack about a recent recommendation). Why is it so hard for politicians to say “we were wrong”? Caro and Corrie examine the Royal Commission into banks, talk about Kelly O’Dwyer’s recent interview with Barrie Cassidy (with some behind the scene observations fro ...…
 
Corrie Perkin and Caroline Wilson are joined by Caro's husband (and state political reporter for Channel 7 news) Brendan Donohoe. Caro talks 'Tiges on Tour' and a wonderful few days in Adelaide, Brendan explains the 'Good Friday Fiasco' in the Victorian State Parliament and on the federal scene we take a look at the formation of the 'Monash For ...…
 
This week we talk footy after Round 1 of the AFL and the AFLW Grand Final. Caro and Corrie discuss 'Australian sport's blackest day' after the shock revelations of ball tampering by Aussie cricketers in South Africa. We're inspired by the 'March For Our Lives' rally in Washington and talk Trump, as things heat up in the White House. In BSF - Co ...…
 
We got together with Samantha Ciaccia of Body Space Fitness to talk about her upcoming shoulder health workshop on April 7th at BSF in New York City. Sam brings a blend of information to the fitness world with a degree in Kinesiology, experience from the emergency room, and overseas medical work. She gives us a run down of what to expect at her ...…
 
Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Episdoe 29 of 'Don't Shoot The Messenger'. This week on the podcast Caro and Corrie ask the question “Where to now for former Lord Mayor of Melbourne Robert Doyle?”, St Kilda Football Club return to their home turf at Moorabbin and we look at the future of suburban footy ovals plus student protests con ...…
 
This week Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin are joined by regular guest and long time friend 'Anna From the Op-Shop' aka Anna Barry. We take a look at federal politics as the Feb Farce turns into March Madness. The 2018 Oscars provided plenty of fashion fodder while Francis McDormand's 'inclusion rider' speech drew support and criticism. David ...…
 
There has been increasing interest in using insect meal as an alternative protein source in animal diets. Hannah Bailey, a Ph. D. student in the Stein Monogastric Nutrition Laboratory, reviews studies on the nutrient composition and amino acid digestibility of black soldier fly (BSF) larvae meal, palatability, and growth performance of pigs fed ...…
 
This week on ‘Don’t Shoot The Messenger’ Caro and Corrie discuss the bumpy start to the Women’s Footy season and question whether Gillon McLachlan should have voiced his concerns about the competition so openly. Caro makes the case for affirmative action when it comes to TV presenters expressing some strong feelings about Craig Hutchison’s choi ...…
 
With calendars already filling up with events and work commitments we’re back in full swing as we say goodbye to Summer holidays. Caro attended the AFL Women’s Launch which she described as ‘a beautiful launch’ but while she felt the AFL got a lot right, there were a couple of things the AFL didn’t quite get right. This week its Vale Ron Walker ...…
 
In case you missed it After months of protests and baseless accusations, Rajput fringe outfits have finally got their answer directly from the Supreme Court. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat which was certified by CBFC after five modifications, several disclaimers and a title change, was banned by four states for 'hurting Rajput sentiments.' H ...…
 
In case you missed it Former Telecom Minister A Raja wants support from his ex-boss Manmohan Singh. Raja has written a letter to Singh - first since his acquittal in the 2G scam case- which was considered to be one of the biggest corruption scandals in the UPA regime. In the letter, Raja writes, “I understand the compulsions that prevented you ...…
 
Don’t have time to keep a tab on news throughout the day? CNN-News18 brings you the day’s top news and newsmakers in less than 3 minutes! Here are today’s top picks: India strikes back, kills over 10 Pakistan rangers, India takes revenges of its BSF jawan killed on birthday, Pakistan releases video of Kulbhushan Jadhav, Speculations of Jadhav v ...…
 
This week on ‘Don’t Shoot The Messenger’, back by popular demand Caro’s Mum Julia Wilson. Ever wondered what Chief Football writers do when they step back from full time? Hit the veggie patch says Caro after catching up with Mike Sheehan on her first free day in ages. It’s been 50 years since Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared – Caro, Corri ...…
 
This week on ‘Don’t Shoot The Messenger’ lots of lovely mail from listeners and Caro comes bearing gifts from New York. Caro and Corrie ask what now for the Turnbull government, Caro thinks things are terminal but Corrie’s not so sure. With Paul McCartney in Australia Caro and Corrie reflect on his wonderful interview with the all singing, slig ...…
 
Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin are joined by good friend and acclaimed Australian fashion designer Jane Lamerton to talk all things fashion this Spring Racing Carnival. Jane brings an interesting perspective to the discussion 'Are Department Stores a Dying Breed?' plus shares a simple but outfit saving Good Local Tip. Also up for discussion ...…
 
A big week for big issues as Victoria’s Lower House passes the Euthanasia Bill and the same-sex marriage postal vote deadline looms. Donna Karan gets caught up in the Harvey Weinstein scandal. It’s Man Booker Prize time and now American authors are in the race will an Aussie writer ever win it again? In BSF – Caro has high praise for Nick Riewo ...…
 
It's a feminist themed family affair this week with two special guests - Caro's daughter Rose Donohoe and Corrie's daughter Francesca Carter. We get an insight into the lives of these 4 very different women - from Caro's Book Club weekend away and Corrie's speaking engagement at the State Library to Rose's music festival antics and Francesca's ...…
 
Sure there's a LOT of amazing AFL stories to talk about - but there's plenty more than footy on this week's episode. Corrie has some beauty tips for Caro and the boys on 'Footy Classifieds', Caro talks Brownlow awards, describes her feelings after the Tiger's prelim final win and talks about the Grand Final build up. Shane Warne's recent woes l ...…
 
With footy finals fever in the air, especially for Richmond fans, Caro and Corrie are joined by special guest Anna from the Op Shop (aka Anna Barry) Caro's oldest friend and die hard Tigers fan. On the agenda, the AFL's support for same-sex marriage, the wonderful world of your local Op Shop and Nicole Kidman's triumph at the Emmys. In BSF - Ca ...…
 
So much to talk about this week - from the Logies moving locations to Collingwood's silence on the racism issue. Corrie previews Richard Flanagan's new novel and Caro gives us an insight into a very interesting afternoon at the NGV. There's some great recommendations in BSF and Corrie has a Grumpy Old Women moment we can all relate to. Don't fo ...…
 
There's nothing quite like the feeling of Melbourne in Spring with footy finals around the corner. Caro and Corrie reminisce about their fond memories of finals time. We hear from Paul Roos about his remarkable speech on Grand Final day in 2005, plus Caro rates Richmond's finals chances. The Same-Sex Marriage debate is back on the agenda, and T ...…
 
This week Caro and Corrie discuss menacing men and guys who make your skin crawl (like Donald does for Hilary Clinton) and Australia’s uneasy relationship with its public holidays and the debate over dropping Australia Day from local council calendars. Caro interviewed Heritier Lumumba recently and has some revealing insights into casual racism ...…
 
Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin are joined this week Brendan Donohoe, State Political Reporter for Channel 7 (and Caro's husband) to discuss the Lobstergate Saga, the art of the political cover-up and much more. Caro and Corrie have some great recommendations in BSF (books, screen and food) and Australia Post and younger grumpy women are unde ...…
 
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