Thursday, August 18, 2022

Podcasts

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Podcast: On The Record – Bernard Zuel

Bernard Zuel is one of the most respected music writers in Australian journalism, best known for his 25 years with The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper.

Podcast: On The Record – Ross Free

Ross Free has the honour of being the inaugural Member for Lindsay.

Podcast: On The Record – Terry Gallaway

Terry Gallaway started working as a journalist in 1955. Across an extraordinary career, he's broken and worked on some of the biggest stories in our nation's history.

Podcast: On The Record – Peter Lang

Peter Lang has lived in Penrith for close to half a century.

Podcast: On The Record – Troy Dodds

We've turned the tables and the podcast's regular host, Troy Dodds, has become the guest.

Podcast: On The Record – John Todd

John Todd is celebrating 30 years as Executive Office at the Western Sydney Business Centre this year.

Podcast: On The Record – Tricia Hitchen

Penrith Mayor Tricia Hitchen is not your typical politician. 

Podcast: On The Record – Mark Geyer

Mark 'MG' Geyer is considered one of the toughest men to have ever played rugby league.

Podcast: On The Record – Stuart Ayres

In this insightful chat, Stuart talks about his career in politics, plus reveals some of the darkest days and toughest decisions of his career.

Podcast: On The Record – Matthew Freeburn

The Freeburn name is synonymous with business in Penrith.

Podcast: On The Record – Matt Jones

During the 1990s and early 2000s, Penrith's night-life was dominated by one club: The Daily Planet.

Podcast: On The Record – Graham Chapman

Graham Chapman is the latest On The Record guest.

Podcast: On The Record – Greg Alexander

Greg Alexander is one of Penrith's best-known sporting exports.

Podcast: On The Record – Ian Taylor

Ian Taylor was part of the emergence of popular Penrith radio station One FM in the 1990s, presenting the hugely successful Nights program before moving to Drive.

Podcast: On The Record – Kevin Crameri

Kevin Crameri and his family moved to Llandilo in 1952, and the veteran Penrith City Councillor has never left.

Podcast: On The Record – Prue Car

Born in Queensland, Prue Car grew up in Emu Plains and always had an interest in politics.

Podcast: On The Record – Andrew Paech

Andrew Paech is one of Penrith's most passionate charity leaders, dedicating much of his time to WestCare.

Podcast: On The Record – Wayne Willmington

In the latest edition of the On The Record podcast, Wayne Willmington speaks about his passion for Luddenham, his many businesses across the area, how he pioneered 24 hour video rental and his time in the competitive fuel industry.

Podcast: 2021 NRL Grand Final Preview

Troy Dodds and Nathan Taylor take a look at the 2021 NRL Grand Final.

Podcast: Weekender Wireless – COVID-19 and its impact on Penrith

In the latest edition of the Weekender Wireless podcast, Troy Dodds takes us through COVID-19 and the impact on Penrith.