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With the 2021 Archibald Prize right around the corner, The Betoota Advocate editors interview five-time finalist Abdul Abdullah. From his unconventional artist beginnings as a Muslim kid raised in a Perth boxing gym, to his recent clashes with redneck councilors demanding his paintings be taken off the walls in Mackay Regional Gallery - Abdul’s att…
 
The Royal Flying Doctor Service continues to face some of the most significant challenges in their 92-year history.Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, the RFDS CEO Greg Sam spoke to our editors about how frontline staff have continued flying to remote and rural locations, retrieving patients in times of emergency and providing essential prim…
 
Hip hop pundits 24 Karat Kev, Jazmine Nikitta and Jade Le Flay jump in the booth with the Betoota Advocate to discuss Australia's fastest-growing, and rapidly-evolving music genre. As hosts of Spotify's 'A1: The Show' - this week's guests give their predictions for Australian artists that are about to explode internationally, and explain why the wh…
 
Ex-NRL star turned entrepreneur, Isaac John talks to Clancy about forging a successful business in apparel and sports media following his retirement from rugby league football. Born in the rough NZ town of Tokoroa, Ice explains how a footy career riddled with injuries left him with plenty of time to read books and focus on a career after the Friday…
 
He’s a comedian, writer, radio and TV icon - and as of recently, a historian. The great man Mikey Robbins joins the Betoota Advocate Podcast on this episode, where he talks about his journey from Newy High to Good News Week - and all the fun in between. Mikey hasn’t been on the screen for some years now, but he’s just launched a new comedy and hist…
 
He’s one of the few guests to appear on The Betoota Advocate Podcast that can actually claim that they grew up in our part of the world. Rick Morton - aka ‘The Pride Of The Channel Country’ joins Clancy and Errol this week to discuss his meteoric rise from a Murdoch field reporter to one of the great Australian authors. Rick talks about his harsh u…
 
Ian Moss joins The Betoota Advocate Podcast this week to discuss his new COVIDsafe touring dates, and his decision to go acoustic in these old halls. Mossie tells the editors about how a little Alice Springs boy found himself in Chisel all those years ago, and how another couple gigs together is never out of the question…
 
After years of festering away in the shadows, the game of Rugby Union seems to have had some new life breathed into it. So, in the hope that we can return to the former glory of Digby's Caterpillar and John Eales poking one through the sticks on the siren, our sports reporters have decided to release a new podcast about the game they play heaven. I…
 
He’s back. The opal tonsils of Hamish Blake joins Clancy and Errol for a rambling 40-minute conversation with a treasure chest full of hilarious tangents. How shit was lockdown in Melbourne? What is life like now post-lockdown? How does he keep fit? What is his favourite type of firearm? How did that LEGO show do so well? All that and more.…
 
Today’s guest is a very special one for our editors. On the eve of the launch of his new album, The World Today, Troy Cassar-Daley tells Clancy and Errol about his new return to form with songwriting. TCD discusses lending songs to Barnesy and how his upbringing as a Maltese-Koori kid who grew up between Grafton and Surry Hills shaped him into one …
 
Author, advocate and journalist, Georgie Dent speaks to The Betoota Advocate about the universe we now live in where government employees don’t really have to answer to the allegations of their horrific crimes against women. After publishing her memoir “Breaking Badly” in 2019 Georgie Dent has become a leading voice in the conversation around desti…
 
You’ve heard one of these voices try to analyse cricket, now, hear him try to work out the most imminent problems facing Australia today. Dave Edwards and Dane Eldridge are tackling the biggest issues in Australia on their new podcast Have A Go. Their podcast is out now on DM Podcasts. Listen to the Have A Go Podcast here…
 
Former Sydney copper turned investigative journalist, Duncan McNab joins the editors this week to discuss a range of different yarns he’s chased over the years. From Roger Rogerson to the Bondi Gay Hate Murders - he’s told a lot of stories that a lot of people wanted to ignore. His new book, “The Ruby Princess” tells the behind the scenes story of …
 
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