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Feeling hungry? Buried behind balloons, Sarah served up a feast on her final Eat the Week Panel! The Last supper was served up to Leanne De Souza Director, Rock n Roll Writers Festival, ABC Reporter Peter Gooch and Sally-Anne Blanshard from She Will Shine! Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Osteoporosis was once believed to be a 'woman's disease' purely because of rapid bone mass loss after menopause. However! Sorry to say gents, these clicks, clunks and swollen joints can affect you too! To talk us through how osteoporosis can affect men, Sarah was joined by our Male Health specialist this evening Dr Michael Gillman. Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Osteoporosis was once believed to be a 'woman's disease' purely because of rapid bone mass loss after menopause. However! Sorry to say gents, these clicks, clunks and swollen joints can affect you too! To talk us through how osteoporosis can affect men, Sarah was joined by our Male Health specialist this evening Dr Michael Gillman. Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Osteoporosis was once believed to be a 'woman's disease' purely because of rapid bone mass loss after menopause. However! Sorry to say gents, these clicks, clunks and swollen joints can affect you too! To talk us through how osteoporosis can affect men, Sarah was joined by our Male Health specialist this evening Dr Michael Gillman. Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2016 at ABC Queensland
2016 has been filled with far too many up's and downs. Could you capture all those historic moments and your emotional connections to the year that has been in a poem? Maybe not, but there is one man who can! Daniel Viles! Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Have you ever wanted to step out onto a stage, approach a microphone and sing your original tunes? If you live outside of the big city, this might seem impossible. This evening Sarah would like to introduce you to Deb Suckling, she's making it her mission to support young female songwriters in regional Queensland. Deb Suckling is from Sugarrush Music, and her latest project is called Big Sky Girls. Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Put down the trumpet and pick up the cue! This evening Sarah took on the pool table against jazz musician James Morrison! Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Age UK has started a Christmas campaign called "No one should have no one at Christmas". The campaign is asking for volunteer support over the holidays so everyone can have a call on Christmas day. How about here on home soil, are our elderly spending the holidays alone? This evening Sarah was joined by Aged and Disability Advocacy Australia CEO Geoff Rowe and Blue Care's Integrated Service Manager Jill Wiese to discuss this topic. Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Spawning from a love of Stephen King and Vampire cinema, Venero Armanno developed a story about a Sicilian migrant vampire who gets bored with life. Sound like a spoof? Well, it was a very serious novel, by a then-18 year old Venero Armanno. Since then, Dr Veny Armanno has 15 published books, is a Doctor of Philosophy in Creative Industries, and has just released his latest work 'Travel Under Any Star'. He joined Sarah in the studio to share his story this evening. Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2016 at ABC Queensland
You are still a planet in Jonti Horner's eyes, Pluto! This evening when Sarah talks astronomy with University of Southern Queensland's in-house astronomer Jonti Horner, this evening they stretch the telescope far into the depths of space towards Pluto! You are still a planet in Jonti Horner's eyes, Pluto! This evening when Sarah talks astronomy woth University of Southern Queensland's in-house astronomer Jonti Horner, this evening they stretch the telescope far into the depths of space towards Pluto! Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2016 at ABC Queensland
As the summer heats up, are you heading out for a swing? Craving the well-cut green and the thwack of a fairway wood? What about if you had a disability how would you feel having to pack the clubs away for good? This evening, I would like to introduce you quadriplegic golfer James Gribble who is the founder of Empower Golf Australia and is working to solve that very problem and introduce the proper infrastructure and profile for disable golfers. Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2016 at ABC Queensland
The dinner table is set. The napkins are well folded. The menu is extensive! This evening when Sarah Howells invites a few extra voices into the studio restaurants, she was joined by Kathy McLeish from ABC News, Katie Clift from Cancer Council QLD and author Nick Earls. Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Fighting fair in relationships, is there a way to find a compromise? To answer that this evening and sort through the nitty gritty details we were joined by Dr Jane Howard, our expert in Female health. Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Do you recall reading devastating articles about children being abused in the offshore detention center on Nauru? Those were not the only confidential files that were discovered and leaked by The Guardian. In fact, there were more than two-thousand incidence reports totaling more than eight-thousand pages. These files were arranged by date and displayed online as a range of squares colour coded to represent severity. Some of the reports are extremely distressing and in August of this year, truly shone light on the inappropriate conduct occurring on the island. This evening Sarah was joined by data and interactives editor for... Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2016 at ABC Queensland
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It's a very Kransky Christmas in the ABC Pool Room this evening! Tonight, Sarah was beat when she was taken on by Maude, Dawn and Eve - or as you may know them, The Kransky Sisters! Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2016 at ABC Queensland
We are going to have to weave through the mosh pit if you are wanting to see the next act from the front barricade. Everyone moves through these kinds of crowds in very different ways, you can push your way, weave and politely apologise along the way, maybe you would dance through to make it more entertaining for your fellow festival-goers. But overall, crowds like you would find in a mosh pit, or a riot, Boxing Day sales maybe, they can be somewhat unpredictable. This evening I would like to introduce you to researcher Jesse Silverberg from Harvard University's Wyss... Continue reading
Posted Nov 30, 2016 at ABC Queensland
There are movies that are synonymous with Queensland. We now have directors like the Spierig Brothers making international films like PreDestination, actors like Geoffrey Rush and Margot Robbie from Queensland and films from all over the world come to our neck of the woods to make their movies. But where did this all begin? How did the film industry look in the early days? Well, tonight you will meet one of Queensland's first film stars! Tonight, Sarah was joined by Amanda Ladds & Stephanie Ryan, from State Library of Queensland. Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Are you a book giver when Christmas gifting rolls around? Perhaps there are a few ankle bitters in the family, and why not give the gift of reading! Megan Daley from Childrens Books Daily joined us this evening! Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2016 at ABC Queensland
When it comes to keeping your plants happy and healthy, what should they be living in?? That is exactly the question Sarah posed to our expert Gardener this evening, Noel Burdette! Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2016 at ABC Queensland
There are approximately seven-point-four billion people in the world. Take a moment to consider how many people out there are sick, or living below the poverty line, trying to keep their crops growing, seeking education or equal rights. How often do you take the world on your shoulders? Well, this evening Sarah will introduce you to a Queenslander who wants to tackle at least some of these issues in developing countries, all from the back of a motorbike. Eudaimonia is a word that was first used by Aristotle meaning to be happy, healthy and prosperous. This is the key element... Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2016 at ABC Queensland
You are clearly a listener of ABC Local Radio, but what about those times when you can't tune in? Is it Podcasts you turn to? It is for Annie "the podmaster" Pappalardo. Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Rolling out of Thargomindah, we're jumping on the Ballonne Highway, heading straight past Cunnamulla, and pulling into to St George! To learn the news from the streets, Sarah spoke with Councillor Robin Furmeister and local farmer Robert Buchan. Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2016 at ABC Queensland
It's about to get pretty toasty across Queensland. We all recognise that Summer is well and truly at our door step, and perhaps you have already pulled out the inflatable pool or are creating summer action plans to keep cool. But with a risk of extreme heat hitting much of Queensland across the week, there are a few more things to be aware of for your own personal safety and the safety of your pets and property! To get a full update on what to expect and how to cope, Sarah spoke with Diana from The Bureau of Meterology, Renee... Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2016 at ABC Queensland
This morning the Australian Medical Association released an their updated Position Statement on Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide. Gin Pecoraro joined Sarah Howells to talk through their latest position. Continue reading
Posted Nov 24, 2016 at ABC Queensland
Are you packing up the van to go to Dropbear lane? If so, join our resident poet Dan Viles as he talks Dropbear poetry with Sarah Howells. Continue reading
Posted Nov 24, 2016 at ABC Queensland