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He penned one of the greatest Australian Rock songs of all time, but he is not about to rest on his laurels. Daddy Cool and Mondo Rock front man Ross Wilson is the brains behind classic songs like Eagle Rock, Come said the Boy and many more. In their chat, Ross Wilson shares with Matt how Daddy Cool started, his transition into Mondo Rock and why u…
 
Mahalia Barnes is a tremendous Aussie singing talent, but coming from the Barnes family, that probably comes as little surprise. In their chat, Mahalia shares with Matt her introduction into music - which includes the infamous Tin Lids, how she got by during COVID lock downs with no where to play, and of course, you can't talk to the daughter of on…
 
Claudia Karvan knows her way around a film set. So she should, she has been doing it her whole life - but it was never her in intention to be in front of the camera. In their chat, In a 'behind the scenes' chat, Claudia shares with Matt her latest gig hosting the ABC series 'The Books That Made Us', as well as her big goals for the future and why s…
 
In this episode of Coffee Chats, journalist and Sky News commentator Caleb Bond along with NSW Greens politician Jenny Leong share with Matt their experience after they spent nine days living with individuals and families who are surviving on the breadline: or the equivalent of $40 per day. It is all part of a three-part document called Could you s…
 
In professional sport circles, only a small minority enjoy a long, successful career. With over 300 games for the Brisbane Broncos and an integral member of the infamous Queensland State of Origin team which won 10 out of 11 State of Origin series, Sam Thaiday is one such player. But it hasn't come without its challenges. In thei chat, Sam shares w…
 
A music career spanning over thirty years is sure to have its fair share of ups and downs. For singing sisters Vika and Linda bull they have had their fair share of both. From finding huge success with Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrows to walking off stage without receive any applause, the girls have experienced both sides of the music industry. …
 
Jay Laga'aia struggled with reading when he was at school. So it is a little surprising he is the host of SBS show Lost for Words - a three-part documentary focused on Australia's poor literacy levels. In their chat, Jay shares with Matt how his time on Play School helped with his reading, his first embarrassing encounter with Star Wars director Ge…
 
Veteran stand-up comedian Akmal Saleh has brought most Australians to tears of laughter over his illustrious comedy career. In their chat, Akmal shares with Matt what got him into stand-up, why he originally went by the stage name ‘Peter’ and his honest thoughts on religion. Akmal stars alongside fellow stand-up Jimeoin in the Channel 10 series Wal…
 
Australian Idol and 'I'm a Celebrity' winner Casey Donovan has been on our television screens and in our magazines for almost two decades. But she isn't always portrayed in a positive light. Since winning Idol as a 16-year-old Casey has dealt with a personal weight battle in the less-than-sensitive public eye. But she has always stood tall and neve…
 
With a string of hits and a Triple J Hottest 100 number one under his belt, Alex Lloyd is no stranger to Aussie music lovers. But life hasn't always been so kind to the 'Amazing' singer-songwriter. In their chat, Alex shares with Matt how tough the COVID restrictions have been on his career. He also opens up about his marriage breakdown, his depres…
 
Poppy Star Olsen knows what it means to be persistent. The 21-year-old represented Australia in the Olympics for skateboarding. But it hasn’t come without a whole lot of hard work. While other kids her age would try to execute a trick a few times, Poppy would not leave the skate park until she had nailed it. This tireless work ethic has led her to …
 
**Adult language and content warning** Wanita is certainly no shrinking violet. The much loved 'Queen of Honky Tonk' has lived many life chapters. In their chat, Wanita shares with Matt some of her journey and she leaves no stone unturned. Topics include music, motherhood, sex work, abuse, alcoholism, autism, suicide, unhealthy relationships... You…
 
The Seekers will go down in history as one of Australia's greatest ever musical groups. From performing in front of 200,000 fans to Australians of the Year, The Seekers did all there is to do as a group. In their chat, founding member Keith Potger chats with Matt about why he first moved to Australia from Sri Lanka as a boy, what he honestly though…
 
Dan and Steph Mulheron set out to win My Kitchen Rules and use the prize money to fund their IVF treatments. They proved fairy tales do come true when they won the hearts of the country and the prize money. Shortly after they welcomed their baby girl Emmy into the world. In their chat, Dan & Steph share with Matt an honest behind the scenes look at…
 
Casey Barnes moved to the Gold Coast to pursue his music dream after a childhood in a footy-mad Tasmanian household. In fact, at one point he had to decide whether he would follow his natural talent as a footballer or chase his musical dream. His adoring fans are glad he chose the latter. In their chat, Casey shares with Matt the time his wife perf…
 
Matt Day received his big break on the long-running television soap A Country Practice - when he auditioned for the show he had never even heard of it. Day went on to feature in Muriel's Wedding, Rake, Wolf Creek and many more films and television series. In their chat, Matt shares how he got his big break, what is was like working with Woody Allen…
 
In 2014 Rosie Batty's 11-year-old son Luke was murdered by his father Greg Anderson. Seven years on and Rosie believes family violence is still a national epidemic. In their chat, Rosie Batty shares with Matt her English upbringing, her relationship with Luke's father and her advice for someone who is the victim of domestic violence.…
 
Popular host of RockWiz, Home Delivery and the new series ‘Australia’s Biggest Sing-a-long’, Julia Zemiro has become a much-loved star of Australia’s small screen. Not bad for a girl who moved here from France when she was only two. In their chat, Julia shares with Matt why working in her father’s restaurant gave her the inspiration for presenting,…
 
Irwin Thomas (aka Jack Jones) has certainly ridden the ups and downs of a music career spanning four decades. In their chat, he shares with Matt his relationship with his stage persona Jack Jones, why he bought a church and how he thinks he fits in to the group The Fabulous Caprettos with Thirsty Merc's Rai Thistlethwaite, Russell Morriss and Daryl…
 
A proud Murgon boy and one of the North Queensland Cowboys’ favourite sons Gavin Cooper enjoyed a stellar NRL career including an integral part of the 2015 Grand Final victory. In their chat Gavin shares with Matt why he owes his start as a professional rugby league to his brother, why he felt at home in North Queensland, and why a police officer f…
 
In 2012, Peter McGuiness' 18-year-old son Jordan died after he crashed into a packed car on the highway. Four of the five people in the parked car were also killed. Jordan had alcohol and drugs in his system and he was driving 30klms over the speed limit. Peter and his wife Melissa now run a youth road safety awareness program called You Choose. Th…
 
To explain what happens in Fred Brophy's boxing tent is not something you can put into words - it has to be seen to be believed. Fred has been around boxing tents since he was five years old. Now, he has the last travelling boxing tent in the world. With his tent and his loyal boxers, Fred Brophy travels the country taking on all comers, both males…
 
Going through a family tragedy is an emotional time for anyone. But having to navigate your emotions on National television adds an extra unwanted challenge. Former cricketer and Survivor star Lee Carseldine shares with Matt the ups and downs of his cricket career, his numerous business ventures and how he dealt with the news of a family tragedy an…
 
The host of Spicks and Specks is back! Alongside Myf and Alan, Adam Hills is back for another season of ABC's Spicks and Specks. In their chat Adam shares with Matt how a politician helped him score the gig on the show all those years ago. He talks about being born without his right foot and the day he spent at Russell Crowe's house. This episode o…
 
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