9:00am to Midday with Andrew Urquhart, also included are the daily lifestyle segments which feature new topics every day.

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Thursday, 28 November 2013 12:50

Warehouse CEO's faith

Mark Powell the CEO of The Warehouse chats with Andrew about his faith, his business ethos, sourcing products from Asia, and working at The Warehouse.

Thursday, 28 November 2013 12:43

Thanksgiving history

It’s Thanksgiving Day in the US, always the fourth Thursday in November. Professor Peter Field explains the history of the holiday.

Thursday, 28 November 2013 09:18

Taming the sweet-tooth

Claire Turnbull nutritionist from Healthy Food Guide explains the differences between various artificial sweeteners.

Thursday, 28 November 2013 09:06

Christmas lights world record

An Australian family who put more than half a million Christmas lights on their house have claimed a world record - for the second time, and he's done it all for charity. Cathy Jenke chatted with Father-of-three David Richards from Canberra.

Thursday, 28 November 2013 08:39

George and TEAR Fund in the Philippines

George Penk chats about his recent trip to the Philippines with TEAR Fund and explains the impact its had on his life.

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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 14:56

Behind the Music: Gungor

Nikki Chamberland goes Behind the Music and talks about a band playing at Parachute Festival 2014, Gungor.

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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 14:52

Greenpeace asks for drilling to stop


Greenpeace has today asked the High Court to stop Anadarko drilling off the west coast of New Zealand. Nathan Argents, Greenpeace chief policy advisor chats with Andrew.

Facing another Thanksgiving without her imprisoned husband, Naghmeh Abedini says that she is relying on God’s strength alone. Dan Wooding tells us about the interview she gave to Assist News.

Wednesday, 27 November 2013 14:02

Philanthropy and PhD at the same time

A University student is putting books in the hands of Afghan children through the virtual world and distributing to villages in Afghanistan as part of his PhD project. Tariq Harbibyar has a goal of seeing five million Afghan children having access to his book by 2020 and talks with Andrew.

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