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- Movies with Alex First - March 30
- ACT Business confidence sky high
- What Light Rail could mean for the Inner South
- How the Green Shed found Yorrick
- Renowned Canadian violinist comes to Canberra
- Talking infrastructure with Anthony Albanese
- This weekend's movies with Paul Brennan
- Brumbies Talk with Kyle Godwin - April 27
- Movies with Alex First - April 27
- Turnbull's action on gas after overseas prices revealed
- Rental snapshot of Canberra reveals horror stats
- Armidale ready to welcome Canberra public servants
- Talking Canberra with Gai Brodtmann and Tim Wilson
- Heart Foundation preparing for Gala Dinner
- From fists to handshakes: pioneering better workplace relations in Canberra
- Vicki Dunne and Meghan Fitzharris on Canberra Hospital issues
- Talking Tech
- Raiders Chat with Jordan Rapana - April 26
- Blumers - 26 April
- 100 Days of Trump: What should Asia do?
- Anna Bligh swings into action at the Australian Bankers Association
- Finally some progress on a second servo for Weston Creek
- Anzac Day: John Bale from Soldier On
- Keen On Monday - 24 April
- Talking Business with Gail Freeman
- Talking Travel with Weston Cruise and Travel
- Chief Minister Andrew Barr in Singapore
- Tensions rise between Australia and North Korea
- Farr on Mondays: Not such a good Newspoll
- Le Pen and Macron through to French election runoff
Chris talks to Canberra Business Chamber CEO Robyn Hendry about the skyhigh ACT business confidence and asks if NSW is playing a role
Chris talks to Deputy Chair of the Inner South Canberra Community Council Marea Fatseas on what Light Rail could mean for the inner south, as well as what is happening on the 9th with Shane Rattenbury
Chris talks to The Green Shed co-owner Elaine Stanford about their grisly find at The Green Shed as well as asking what happened to one of their trucks
Tim Shaw speaks to Canadian concert violinist Alexandre da Costa, who will be performing at the Canberra International Music Festival's Opening Gala Concert at the Fitters' Workshop in Kingston tonight.
Tim Shaw speaks to Shadow Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese, as the federal government prepares to unveil a new infrastructure funding plan in the upcoming budget.