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Kim Williams as chair of the ABC is responsible for spending $1.1 billion in your money, and is one of Australia’s most erudite men. In this episode, he talks openly about seeing dead people, WHY he believes the ABC is doing a pretty good job and WHY some might see him as an “old fashioned weirdo.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
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Its been a huge week in news: Here's my take on what's happened in the last 7 days. Does Donald Trump have PTSD? Are our leaders turning a blind eye to alleged corruption in the CFMEU? Tell me what you think: EMAIL: neil.mitchell@nine.com.au X: x.com/3AWNeilMitchell See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Cathy Charlton is what I consider a medical miracle. Throughout her life, Cathy has continually cheated death, miraculously surviving three separate bouts of cancer and a heart transplant - making her one of the longest living heart transplant recipients in the world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Mark Wales has been a sharp end solider in the SAS. Served in several war zones, including four tours of Afghanistan. He saw action. He saw mates killed. And he saw the signs that things were going sour in Afghanistan. Since leaving the army, Mark completed an MBA in the US, started up a fashion label, became a reality TV star, wrote a number of bo…
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Behind the people you see running the country, there is a powerful, faceless army of staffers, advisers and political analysts. They can win and lose an election. They can be responsible for the most excellent policies, and they can be responsible for the dirtiest of dirty tricks. For 14 years, Kos Samaras was one of those 'faceless' people, workin…
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This a view of the world you don't normally get. It's a view of the world out there, most of us don't know about, from the front line of Policing. In this episode, I speak to two men: Senior Constable Tom Wilson, and his father, Constable Andrew Wilson, who followed his son into The Job. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Jade Benham is a survivor of harrowing domestic violence at the hands of her former partner. She's also a Politician; And she's choosing now to share her very personal story with the world. In this episode, I'm also joined by Stephen Wilson, the founder and CEO of Protective Group, a support service providing safety and security solutions to vulner…
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There's no denying AI will shape the future of human life: How we work, live and communicate. In this episode, I speak to Australia's leading expert on Artificial Intelligence, Professor Toby Walsh, the Chief Scientist at the UNSW AI Institute. He's written a number of books on the subject, and been a vocal supporter of AI intelligence - but he has…
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Who controls space will control the Earth. What happens up there impacts every aspect of modern life: Satellites, GPS, power grids. And there are some weird things going on. What's happing in space today could help save the world - but it could also help destroy it. In this episode I speak to Rebecca Shrimpton, director of Defence and National Secu…
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After ten years as the Victorian Ombudsman, Deborah Glass is now free to explain how the systems designed to keep the bastards honest are working, when they are failing, and WHY they are so important. In one of her last interviews as Ombudsman, Deborah Glass opens up on the personal side of a life spent battling bureaucracy, and standing up for the…
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They say it's inevitable. But what sort of world are we heading into with legalised cannabis? In this episode, former head of the AFP, barrister and advocate for cannabis reform Mick Palmer, and adolescent psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, discuss the PROS and CONS of an Australia where cannabis is legal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
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For more than 20 years, David Koch had one of the most recognisable faces in Australian show biz. But very little is known about Kochie since he stepped down from his role as host of Sunrise in 2023, and what he’s planning for the future. In this episode, David Koch tells Neil Mitchell WHY finding fame was an accident, and why the future of small b…
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If you were terminally ill, what would you pay to survive? It's an ugly question, but life is always above money. In this episode, multiple myeloma patient Geoff Nyssen and Professor Miles Prince, explain how Geoff's CART T cell treatment in the US saved his life, after he was told he'd only have 10 years to live. Neil finds out WHY Australian live…
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Andrew Rule and John 'Sly' Silvester are the odd couple of crime. One can write, the other can talk. They've built their careers writing, and talking, about the most unpleasant things in life. Murder. Armed robbery. Gang wars. They revolutionised the way journalists wrote about crime, and they're responsible for bringing one of Australia's most not…
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Immigration is one of the greatest policy failures of the past 20 years. It's also one of the least understood. In this episode, Victorian Chamber of Commerce boss Paul Guerra and former Deputy Secretary for the Department of Immigration, Abul Rizvi, explain how it works, how it's failing, and what it all means for Australia. See omnystudio.com/lis…
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Professor Richard Scolyer is the world's leading melanoma pathologist, and along with his colleague Professor Georgina Long, has been named co-Australian of the year. Thanks to them, Australia's national cancer, melanoma, has become a curable disease. Now Richard is on a journey to beat another cancer. His own. In this episode, professor Richard Sc…
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Harry Garside surged into the public consciousness at the Tokyo Olympics. He won a lightweight bronze boxing medal, Australia's first for 33 years, and now he's chasing gold at the 2024 Paris Olympics. But he's not your average jock. In this episode, Harry Garside and his mum Kate, tell Neil Mitchell why: Fame is a blessing and a curse He loves to …
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From making headlines with Eddie McGuire, debating protestors on the streets of Melbourne, to his last interview with former Premier Daniel Andrews, this episode is a compilation of some of the most memorable clashes of Neil Mitchell's radio career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Over his career, Neil has had his fair share of the weird, the whacky and the wonderful interviews. Perspectives from a different point of view, different ways of life and ways of thinking. From international superstar Jordan Peterson, to closer to home with Fiona Patten and Sam Newman, this episode is a compilation of some of the more unusual conv…
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Neil Mitchell has quit his day job. In this special episode, Neil sits down with two friends and colleagues, Heidi Murphy and Tony Jones, to look back at his radio career; The highs and lows, the behind the scenes chaos, the on air (and off-air) spats, the deadlines, the regrets and the editorial decisions that made Mornings with Neil Mitchell so s…
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Luke McLeod has put himself through a gruelling reality TV series, not once, but twice. Now, the former Bachelorette star turned meditation guide, opens up on the challenges of life in the public eye, finding enlightenment and fatherhood. In this episode, Luke McLeod tells Neil Mitchell Why: A recent medical scare turned his life upside down Saying…
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Georgie Purcell and Joe McCracken are no ordinary politicians. Joe is a Liberal MP who came out as gay in his maiden speech to parliament. Animal Justice MP Georgie is a lawyer, a former stripper and covered head to toe in tattoos. They're both in their early 30s, opinionated and passionate. In this episode, Georgie Purcell and Joe McCracken tell N…
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What you're about to hear sounds like science fiction. Professor Nicholas Opie is leading the world in developing a brain chip, capable of mind control. Through the company he co-founded, Synchron, Nick Opie is close to helping millions of people living with paralysis do things they never dreamed of doing. Synchron may have been created in Melbourn…
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Tony Abbott was Australia's 28th Prime Minister, but he was only in office for two years before the revolving door hit him on the way out. He was a divisive figure as a politician, and now as a conservative commentator and business person. In this episode, Tony Abbott tells Neil Mitchell Why: The world is in a dangerous position He thinks the Voice…
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Ross Coulthart is a distinguished investigative journalist with a sparkling career. But, he's made an extraordinary pivot into the realm of UFOs and the extraterrestrial. Coulthart has become the face of a growing, global fascination into the world of aliens. In this episode, he tells Neil Mitchell Why he's convinced we are not alone. See omnystudi…
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Associate Professor Monique Watts is a cardiologist and one of Australia's leading heart failure specialists. She's speaking up with an urgent message for women. In this episode, Dr Monique Watts tells Neil Mitchell Why: Women need to think about their hearts Country people are the best people She has imposter syndrome Bullying and harassment is st…
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Betty Klimenko was abandoned by her drug addicted mother, then adopted by a billionaire. She is now one of the wealthiest women in Australia. Her story is not widely known, but should be the stuff of Australian folklore. In this episode, Betty Klimenko tells Neil Mitchell Why: She won't attend funerals Getting kicked out of the family was the best …
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It's a rare thing to interview a Prime Minister, uninterrupted, for an hour. In this episode, Anthony Albanese sits down with Neil Mitchell and reveals WHY: The Voice referendum is Australia's chance to get it right He doesn't like Scott Morrison There's still hope for young people Melbourne produces the best rock 'n' roll bands See omnystudio.com/…
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Avi Yemini is a self described attention seeker. He's a loud mouth, opinionated and largely shunned by the media, but, he might surprise you. In this episode, Avi Yemini tells Neil Why... The army saved his life He hates liars and politicians There is a softer side the public don't see He wants Neil's job See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
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Shane Patton is Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police, but beneath the bureaucracy, he's a frontline officer through and through. Over his 40 year career, Shane Patton has seen things that will stay with him for life. He's chosen now to reveal some of those stories. In this episode of Neil Mitchel asks Why, Shane Patton reveals... The terrifying ho…
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Mark Woodland is what you’d call an 'industry disruptor'. A self-made entrepreneur, millionaire and former soldier. He’s a young rich lister, with no business training to speak of. In this episode, Mark Woodland reveals WHY: He thinks national service is a good thing Going to the doctor terrifies him Flashy cars are more trouble than they’re worth …
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Brain McNamee is one of Australia's most successful business people, but chances are you've never heard of him. Back in the 90s, Brian took a broken down government lab and turned it into a multi-billion dollar biotech company, called CSL. In this episode, Brian McNamee tells Neil WHY... Fear is key to a companies success He was an early pioneer of…
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Back in 2011, Neil interviewed Australia's three living Victoria Cross recipients at that time: Keith Payne, Mark Donaldson and Ben Roberts-Smith. Now, following Ben Roberts-Smith's highly public fall from grace, Neil is revisiting what the VC recipients had to say. In this episode, Neil Mitchell finds out Why... They don't consider themselves brav…
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Sophie Matterson is restless. It's what makes her adventurous, and led her to being a world record holder. She's the first woman to walk the width of Australia, with a herd of camels. But why did she do it? And what did she learn on her own in the outback? In this episode of Neil Mitchell Asks Why, Sophie explains why: She encountered the best of h…
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Its Been a while hasn't it!! I'm back out playing at one of my fav venues this coming weekend with my good pal Alex Hine, we have a night called MOJO, where we play music that makes us dance and we have an ethos of it doesn't matter who you are just come along and party with like minded people. This is a very special evening as my son Zac has hit t…
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Kerry O'Brien is a veteran journalist with a reputation as a hard-nosed political interviewer. Since quitting his job with the public broadcaster, Kerry has softened his tough exterior, and is free to express his own opinion. In this episode of Neil Mitchell Asks Why, Kerry shares why: He got kicked out of school and never made it to university He'…
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Matthew Guy has led the Victorian Liberal party to election defeat… twice. For the first time since his 2022 loss, Matthew has chosen to talk about the trouble plagued campaign... Why? In this episode of Neil Mitchell Asks Why, Matthew explains why: The Liberal Party is being undermined from the inside He thinks democracy is under threat in Victori…
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Tim Baker was a freelance surf writer living a life of bliss, until one day all that changed. At just 50 years old, Tim was diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer. In this episode, Neil Mitchell finds out Why... Surfing can be therapeutic Tim became a middle-aged stoner Modern medicine can do better And why Tim defied his prognosis See omnystudi…
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It's been 11 years since the legendary Jim Stynes passed away from cancer. Neil reflects on one of the most memorable interviews of his broadcasting career with Jim, and another Australian icon, Olivia Newton-John. In this episode, Neil Mitchell finds out why.. Jim Stynes had a crush on Olivia Newton-John They chose to share their stories publicly …
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Leigh Matthews is one of the most famous names in the AFL. His entire life has revolved around football, but very little is known about him outside his career. In this episode of Neil Mitchell Asks Why, Leigh explains Why: He’s afraid of failure. His family thought football was the enemy. Being a teenage father was a good thing. He feels guilt and …
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Mick Hughes is a former Victoria Police detective and at one point was head of the Homicide Squad. He's chosen now to openly talk about his long and at times painful career... why? In this episode of Neil Mitchell Asks Why, Mick explains why... He stays in touch with victims He was arrested You’d have to be an idiot to raise the age of criminal res…
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Georgie Purcell is the recently elected Member of the Legislative Council for the Animal Justice Party, and her first step is to tell all about her personal life... why? In this episode of Neil Mitchell Asks Why, Georgie explains why: She told off farmers at the age of five She eats in the bath She has a law degree but has never used it Sex work is…
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Hi everyone, So, something a little different from me here. Inspired by my daughter Evie's love of Stranger things I have come up with a mix of fantastic Melodic House music. I also want to say thank you to everyone who locked onto my Friday facebook live sessions. This one is for you as well! Tracklisting 1) Hunting - Ben Bohmer 2) Run - Lane 8 & …
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Hi Everyone, Its been six years, SIX YEARS!!! since I have posted a new mix. But seeing as we all have a bit more time on our hands I decided it was time to dust off the head phones and have a play with the 1s & 2s so I may be a bit rusty on the mixing for that I apologise. The tracks on the mix have a vibe which I think is a little bit different t…
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