Just an average end to shift for Blakey. Meets the Work Experience kids, Complains about missing DVD's and searching through garbage for a receipt and hits on LJ our receptionist just before he leaves

Blakey found a website that helps you figure out how to vote.

Go to www.clueyvoter.com

Glandys Schubert – Grant Shubert’s mother – Australian hockey team, the Kookaburras, is the new World Cup hockey champion following their 2-1 victory against Germany in New Delhi

Associate Professor Haydon Manning – Head of Department of Politics at Flinders University - Sunday Mail poll and News Poll showing similar results of Liberals doing well but could go either way this week is about “wooing” swing voters no political advertising on Thurs and Fri

Professor Mary Lydon – Director SA Centre for Automotive Research at Adelaide Uni – a proposed law for Queensland to reduce the blood alcohol from 0.05 to 0.02 is being considered as a federal law includes caller John

Blakey's Isobel Redmond Election Song

Patrick Dangerfield talks to Rowey and Cornesy after the NAB challenge match against the Demons. Dangerfield says the coaches were much happier with the performance from the playing group, but there were still areas that need work with the focus on better entries into the forward line.

Blakey talks about our callers opinions on Keith and Pilko's political preferences. And discusses his Here Comes Football song... and other stuff

A public rally defending Metal health issues and sexual abuse. Here Hon JENNIFER RANKINE MP has her say.
As you can hear in the background the people are not happy with what Labor are doing in SA. (C) Sconey
This year I feel they will loose their seats.. Redress was an insult to the People of SA !

This was on live to air in the Home Loan rates cross today. He opens three pictures, checks if anyone is looking and then continues after the third he realizes he is live to Australia.

Blakey plays some calls from 1800 STUPID about the end of Behind Closed Doors and explains why there will be no more episodes of his parody of the station.

Susan Boyle insists she'll stay in her childhood home despite a scare when she disturbed an intruder at the house in Scotland.

Coaxed to swing a racket while still in the crib, forced to hit hundreds of balls a day while still in grade school, Agassi resented the constant pressure even as he drove himself to become a prodigy, an inner conflict that would define him. Now, in his beautiful, haunting autobiography, Agassi tells the story of a life framed by such conflicts.