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Brian Carlton: The Spoonman is your home of Everything Hobart. Brian Carlton: The Spoonman turn on the mics every weekday from 6am – 9am to talk with the who’s who of Hobart, the newsmakers, the characters of Tassie and to chat with you.

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Masking up | THE PODCAST 19/10/2021

Hobart reacted to masks staying on until Friday night & Brian tried every trick under the sun to stop his glasses from fogging up. 

Masking up | THE PODCAST 19/10/2021

Hobart reacted to masks staying on until Friday night & Brian tried every trick under the sun to stop his glasses from fogging up. 

01:21:55

18 Oct 21

The End Is Nigh | THE PODCAST 18/10/2021

Brian dissected all the latest COVID  news, in between the COVID chatter Peter Ford and One Nation Senate candidate Steve Mav stopped by. 

The End Is Nigh | THE PODCAST 18/10/2021

Brian dissected all the latest COVID  news, in between the COVID chatter Peter Ford and One Nation Senate candidate Steve Mav stopped by. 

01:22:14

17 Oct 21

Snap Lockdown Saturday Special | The Podcast 16/10/2021

Joining Brian on his lockdown special was Leigh Gray Brighton Council Mayor, Robert Mallet, executive officer at the 'Tasmanian Small Business Council,' and Luke Martin, CEO of Tourism Industry Council Tasmania.

Snap Lockdown Saturday Special | The Podcast 16/10/2021

Joining Brian on his lockdown special was Leigh Gray Brighton Council Mayor, Robert Mallet, executive officer at the 'Tasmanian Small Business Council,' and Luke Martin, CEO of Tourism Industry Council Tasmania.

01:33:09

15 Oct 21

Bridgewater COVID Dread | THE PODCAST 15/10/2021

Free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news

Bridgewater COVID Dread | THE PODCAST 15/10/2021

Free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news

01:26:24

14 Oct 21

Fortress Tasmania Has Been Breached | THE PODCAST 14/10/2021

Covid was the topic on everyone's lips today but to break up the Covid chatter, Brian spoke with the BOM's Luke Johnson,  Minister for  the Environment Sussan Ley and Lord Mayor Anna Reynolds.

Fortress Tasmania Has Been Breached | THE PODCAST 14/10/2021

Covid was the topic on everyone's lips today but to break up the Covid chatter, Brian spoke with the BOM's Luke Johnson,  Minister for  the Environment Sussan Ley and Lord Mayor Anna Reynolds.

01:23:13

13 Oct 21

Delorean Driving Author Hits Big Screens | THE PODCAST 13/10/2021

Brian spoke with Meg Smith from SOS Hobart, CEO of the  JackJumpers Simon Brookhouse  Sue Leitch CEO Council on the Ageing Tasmania, and Australian author Matthew Reilly.

Delorean Driving Author Hits Big Screens | THE PODCAST 13/10/2021

Brian spoke with Meg Smith from SOS Hobart, CEO of the  JackJumpers Simon Brookhouse  Sue Leitch CEO Council on the Ageing Tasmania, and Australian author Matthew Reilly.

01:24:42

12 Oct 21

Hobart City Council Bends To Public Pressure | THE PODCAST 12/10/2021

Brian spoke with Lisa Martin,Stacey Daley from Helloworld, Senator Eric Abetz and Alderman Marti Zucco.

Hobart City Council Bends To Public Pressure | THE PODCAST 12/10/2021

Brian spoke with Lisa Martin,Stacey Daley from Helloworld, Senator Eric Abetz and Alderman Marti Zucco.

01:23:45

12 Oct 21

Great Lake Controversy | The PODCAST 11/10/2021

Brian spoke with Shane Plant General Manager of Deliveries for Australia  Post South, Peter Ford, Simon Insley GM of High Performance at Cricket Tasmania and Craig Evans who is a concerned community member in the Great Lakes.

Great Lake Controversy | The PODCAST 11/10/2021

Brian spoke with Shane Plant General Manager of Deliveries for Australia  Post South, Peter Ford, Simon Insley GM of High Performance at Cricket Tasmania and Craig Evans who is a concerned community member in the Great Lakes.

01:17:19

11 Oct 21

Tailgaters Beware | THE PODCAST 8/10/2021

Free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news as did 'Hey Hey' star Wilbur Wilde.

Tailgaters Beware | THE PODCAST 8/10/2021

Free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news as did 'Hey Hey' star Wilbur Wilde.

01:13:48

8 Oct 21

How To Fix The Housing Crisis | THE PODCAST 07/10/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Thursday 7th  of October  Today, Brian spoke with Justin Davies from Hobart Twilight Market, Maria O'Sullivan Kidney Health Australia,  Nick Steel  CEO, Tasmanian Forest Products Association and  My State Bank CEO Melos Sulicich.

How To Fix The Housing Crisis | THE PODCAST 07/10/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Thursday 7th  of October  Today, Brian spoke with Justin Davies from Hobart Twilight Market, Maria O'Sullivan Kidney Health Australia,  Nick Steel  CEO, Tasmanian Forest Products Association and  My State Bank CEO Melos Sulicich.

01:18:25

7 Oct 21

Filming A Movie In Space | THE PODCAST 6/10/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday 6th of October  Today, Brian spoke with Dr Brad Tucker regarding William Shatner's upcoming trip to space.  He addressed how we improve safety on our roads with Garry Bailey from the RACT & Simon Ellingsen from UTAS stopped by to talk about Women in STEM.

Filming A Movie In Space | THE PODCAST 6/10/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday 6th of October  Today, Brian spoke with Dr Brad Tucker regarding William Shatner's upcoming trip to space.  He addressed how we improve safety on our roads with Garry Bailey from the RACT & Simon Ellingsen from UTAS stopped by to talk about Women in STEM.

01:16:13

6 Oct 21

Clean up Hobart | THE PODCAST 5/10/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Tuesday the 5th of October  Today, Brian spoke with Isla Macgregor, spokeswoman for 'Women Speak Tasmania,' and Rick Snell 

Clean up Hobart | THE PODCAST 5/10/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Tuesday the 5th of October  Today, Brian spoke with Isla Macgregor, spokeswoman for 'Women Speak Tasmania,' and Rick Snell 

01:08:08

5 Oct 21

Speed Limit Cuts? | THE PODCAST 4/01/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Monday the 4th of October  Today, Brian spoke with; Triple M's 'Guru of Gossip' Peter Ford and Richard Hannah, Head of Neuron Mobility in Australia and New Zealand, about the impending arrival of e-scooters.  Brian also examined whether we need speed limit cuts in Hobart.

Speed Limit Cuts? | THE PODCAST 4/01/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Monday the 4th of October  Today, Brian spoke with; Triple M's 'Guru of Gossip' Peter Ford and Richard Hannah, Head of Neuron Mobility in Australia and New Zealand, about the impending arrival of e-scooters.  Brian also examined whether we need speed limit cuts in Hobart.

01:14:29

4 Oct 21

Time to Build the Ark Hobart | THE PODCAST 1/10/2021

Friday 1st of October,  free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news

Time to Build the Ark Hobart | THE PODCAST 1/10/2021

Friday 1st of October,  free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news

01:14:43

1 Oct 21

Hobart To Host An Ashes Test? | THE PODCAST 29/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday 29th of September  On the program today- Brian spoke with Dominic Baker CEO of Cricket Tasmania, Denise McIntyre, General Manager of State Roads and CEO of Targa Australia Mark Perry. 

Hobart To Host An Ashes Test? | THE PODCAST 29/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday 29th of September  On the program today- Brian spoke with Dominic Baker CEO of Cricket Tasmania, Denise McIntyre, General Manager of State Roads and CEO of Targa Australia Mark Perry. 

01:14:11

29 Sep 21

Used Car Boom | THE PODCAST 28/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Tuesday 28th of September  On the program today- Brian spoke with;  Pharmacy Guild National President Trent Twomey about the rapid Covid tests being made available to the public by Christmas and Alderman Marti Zucco, who wants to see free parking at Salamanca. 

Used Car Boom | THE PODCAST 28/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Tuesday 28th of September  On the program today- Brian spoke with;  Pharmacy Guild National President Trent Twomey about the rapid Covid tests being made available to the public by Christmas and Alderman Marti Zucco, who wants to see free parking at Salamanca. 

01:13:27

28 Sep 21

Rodents Destroying Cars | THE PODCAST 27/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Monday 27th of September  On the program today- Brian spoke with; Federal Minister for Finance Simon Birmingham, Peter Ford stopped by with the entertainment news, and Tom Wolfe of the Wolfe Brothers previewed their upcoming tour. 

Rodents Destroying Cars | THE PODCAST 27/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Monday 27th of September  On the program today- Brian spoke with; Federal Minister for Finance Simon Birmingham, Peter Ford stopped by with the entertainment news, and Tom Wolfe of the Wolfe Brothers previewed their upcoming tour. 

01:19:13

27 Sep 21

Lowdown On The Snowdown | THE PODCAST 24/09/2021

Friday the 24th of September, free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news, Brian spoke to Anna Forest at BoM to preview this weekend's snow event, and producer Bryce previewed the AFL grand Final plus a lot more. 

Lowdown On The Snowdown | THE PODCAST 24/09/2021

Friday the 24th of September, free-range Friday for Brian, which means you, the listener, led the discussion. In between your calls, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news, Brian spoke to Anna Forest at BoM to preview this weekend's snow event, and producer Bryce previewed the AFL grand Final plus a lot more. 

01:17:19

24 Sep 21

Gnarly Winds Before SnowBart | THE PODCAST 23/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Thursday September 23  On the program today- Brian spoke with; Former Demon Bernie Vince in the lead up to the grand final   Alderman Marti Zucco 

Gnarly Winds Before SnowBart | THE PODCAST 23/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Thursday September 23  On the program today- Brian spoke with; Former Demon Bernie Vince in the lead up to the grand final   Alderman Marti Zucco 

01:10:07

23 Sep 21

Spring Sunshine | THE PODCAST 22/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday  September 22 On the program today- Brian spoke with;  Snake catcher Chris Daly from Reptile Rescue Incorporated joined Brian to chat about the upcoming snake season  CEO of the City of Hobart Kelly Grigsby joined Brian after the city decided to hood the controversial parking metres in North Hobart.

Spring Sunshine | THE PODCAST 22/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday  September 22 On the program today- Brian spoke with;  Snake catcher Chris Daly from Reptile Rescue Incorporated joined Brian to chat about the upcoming snake season  CEO of the City of Hobart Kelly Grigsby joined Brian after the city decided to hood the controversial parking metres in North Hobart.

01:04:54

22 Sep 21

Businesses Triumph Over City of Hobart | THE PODCAST 21/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Tuesday September 21 On the program today- Brian spoke with;  Lisa Martin from Winning's newsagency after the City of Hobart decided to suspend paid parking on the strip  Dr Colin Mendelsohn ahead of the October 1 changes to vape rules  Brian Mitchell, Federal Member for Lyons regarding the crisis set to face the aviation industry  

Businesses Triumph Over City of Hobart | THE PODCAST 21/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Tuesday September 21 On the program today- Brian spoke with;  Lisa Martin from Winning's newsagency after the City of Hobart decided to suspend paid parking on the strip  Dr Colin Mendelsohn ahead of the October 1 changes to vape rules  Brian Mitchell, Federal Member for Lyons regarding the crisis set to face the aviation industry  

01:17:59

21 Sep 21

Engagement Ring Heartache | THE PODCAST 20/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Monday the 20th  On the program today- the Spoonman spoke to Ben Amarfio after North Melbourne recommitted to Hobart, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news, and Brian tried to help a listener track down her precious family heirloom. 

Engagement Ring Heartache | THE PODCAST 20/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Monday the 20th  On the program today- the Spoonman spoke to Ben Amarfio after North Melbourne recommitted to Hobart, Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news, and Brian tried to help a listener track down her precious family heirloom. 

59:43

20 Sep 21

How did Meghan and Harry Make it into Time’s ‘Most Influential’ list | THE PODCAST 17/09/2021

Free range Friday for Brian this morning, which means the discussion was lead by you the listener, in between your calls Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news and so did Tasmanian swimming superstar Ariarne Titmus..  

How did Meghan and Harry Make it into Time’s ‘Most Influential’ list | THE PODCAST 17/09/2021

Free range Friday for Brian this morning, which means the discussion was lead by you the listener, in between your calls Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news and so did Tasmanian swimming superstar Ariarne Titmus..  

01:05:13

17 Sep 21

Australia's Historic Submarine Deal | THE PODCAST 16/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Thursday the 16th  On the program today, Brian chatted with Peter Jennings about our nuclaur-powered submarine deal with the US and UK. Mark Howard from the Howie games stopped by the discuss his new series.  Dr Brad Tucker stopped by to chat about the Space X. 

Australia's Historic Submarine Deal | THE PODCAST 16/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Thursday the 16th  On the program today, Brian chatted with Peter Jennings about our nuclaur-powered submarine deal with the US and UK. Mark Howard from the Howie games stopped by the discuss his new series.  Dr Brad Tucker stopped by to chat about the Space X. 

01:19:18

16 Sep 21

White Tailed Spider Bite | THE PODCAST 15/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday the 15th: On the program today, Minister for Resources Guy Barnett discussed strengthening our animal welfare laws. Brian explored a survey that believes Australian's are losing their Bush skills. He asked Michael Mansell if the House of Assembly should revert to 35 seats to have designated seats in parliament for Aboriginal representatives.  

White Tailed Spider Bite | THE PODCAST 15/09/2021

Full Spooman podcast for Wednesday the 15th: On the program today, Minister for Resources Guy Barnett discussed strengthening our animal welfare laws. Brian explored a survey that believes Australian's are losing their Bush skills. He asked Michael Mansell if the House of Assembly should revert to 35 seats to have designated seats in parliament for Aboriginal representatives.  

01:14:55

15 Sep 21

Free Range Friday | THE PODCAST 10/09/2021

Free range Friday for Brian this morning, which means the discussion was lead by you the listener, in between your calls Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment and so did  Martin Robinson from Veolia.     

Free Range Friday | THE PODCAST 10/09/2021

Free range Friday for Brian this morning, which means the discussion was lead by you the listener, in between your calls Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment and so did  Martin Robinson from Veolia.     

01:11:04

10 Sep 21

Tumbling Trampolines | THE PODCAST 9/09/2021

On the show, Brian chatted with Massimo Mele about his new restaurant, John Kelly, regarding his new idea that may revolutionise Tasmanian fashion. He helped a listener out whose dogs had been captured. 

Tumbling Trampolines | THE PODCAST 9/09/2021

On the show, Brian chatted with Massimo Mele about his new restaurant, John Kelly, regarding his new idea that may revolutionise Tasmanian fashion. He helped a listener out whose dogs had been captured. 

01:09:46

9 Sep 21

Flying Bin Alert | THE PODCAST 8/09/2021

Brian chatted with Piero Peroni- the father of Tasmanian rising motor sport star Alex Peroni, Doug Chipman the Mayor of Clarence Council and Debra Tabor from the  BOM with the wild weather set to return tomorrow. 

Flying Bin Alert | THE PODCAST 8/09/2021

Brian chatted with Piero Peroni- the father of Tasmanian rising motor sport star Alex Peroni, Doug Chipman the Mayor of Clarence Council and Debra Tabor from the  BOM with the wild weather set to return tomorrow. 

01:16:46

8 Sep 21

Winds Wreak Havoc | THE PODCAST 7/09/2021

On today's show, Hobart's wild weather dominated the discussion. Still, Brian chatted with Michael Bailey CEO of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry + Veteran Stuart McCarthy. The former soldier is pushing for the federal government to do more to help those stranded in Afghanistan.       

Winds Wreak Havoc | THE PODCAST 7/09/2021

On today's show, Hobart's wild weather dominated the discussion. Still, Brian chatted with Michael Bailey CEO of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry + Veteran Stuart McCarthy. The former soldier is pushing for the federal government to do more to help those stranded in Afghanistan.       

01:12:48

7 Sep 21

Lights out on the Southern Outlet | THE PODCAST 6/09/2021

Brian chatted with Jarrod Nation of the Pinpoint group as preparations ramp up for the 'Taste of Summer,' Triple M's guru of Gossip Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news and Liberal Senator Eric Abetz  joined the program to discuss the NDIS. 

Lights out on the Southern Outlet | THE PODCAST 6/09/2021

Brian chatted with Jarrod Nation of the Pinpoint group as preparations ramp up for the 'Taste of Summer,' Triple M's guru of Gossip Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news and Liberal Senator Eric Abetz  joined the program to discuss the NDIS. 

01:12:47

6 Sep 21

Should The Prime Minister be Given More Power? | THE PODCAST 3/09/2021

Free range Friday for Brian this morning, which means the discussion was lead by you the listener, in between your calls Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news and we announced our cable car winner!  

Should The Prime Minister be Given More Power? | THE PODCAST 3/09/2021

Free range Friday for Brian this morning, which means the discussion was lead by you the listener, in between your calls Peter Ford stopped by with the latest entertainment news and we announced our cable car winner!  

55:12

3 Sep 21

North Hobart Traders Furore | THE PODCAST 2/09/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted with Lisa Martin Winnings Newsagency North Hobart, Kristen Desmond, Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Kelly Grigsby CEO City of Hobart  Plus a lot more  Free Range Friday tomorrow your show your agenda.  

North Hobart Traders Furore | THE PODCAST 2/09/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted with Lisa Martin Winnings Newsagency North Hobart, Kristen Desmond, Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Kelly Grigsby CEO City of Hobart  Plus a lot more  Free Range Friday tomorrow your show your agenda.  

01:18:40

2 Sep 21

Should Vaccinated People Be Subject to Lockdown? | PODCAST 1/09/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted with Tom Darke (One of the hero's from Monday's constitutional dock accident,) the Honorable Ruth Forrest  regarding her online legislative council petition and Greens senator Peter Whish-Wilson on foreign investment plus a lot more. 

Should Vaccinated People Be Subject to Lockdown? | PODCAST 1/09/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted with Tom Darke (One of the hero's from Monday's constitutional dock accident,) the Honorable Ruth Forrest  regarding her online legislative council petition and Greens senator Peter Whish-Wilson on foreign investment plus a lot more. 

01:12:37

1 Sep 21

Constitution Dock Accident | The PODCAST 31/08/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted with Matt Killingsworth on Afghanistan, Steven Old  CEO of Tasmania Hospitality and Glenn Travers to preview Great Eastern Wine Week. 

Constitution Dock Accident | The PODCAST 31/08/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted with Matt Killingsworth on Afghanistan, Steven Old  CEO of Tasmania Hospitality and Glenn Travers to preview Great Eastern Wine Week. 

01:20:20

31 Aug 21

More Drama for Kanye! | The Podcast 30/08/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted  with Brett Charlton Tasmanian Logistics Committee Chairman & entertainment guru Peter Ford. He also spoke about the unfolding situation in Afghanistan, gave a COVID update and he discussed whether we should be vaccinating children plus a whole lot more.

More Drama for Kanye! | The Podcast 30/08/2021

Spoonman for Breakfast - Monday 30th of August  On today's show- Brian chatted  with Brett Charlton Tasmanian Logistics Committee Chairman & entertainment guru Peter Ford. He also spoke about the unfolding situation in Afghanistan, gave a COVID update and he discussed whether we should be vaccinating children plus a whole lot more.

01:13:53

30 Aug 21

Budget Reaction Friday | PODCAST 27/08/21

Spoonman for Breakfast - Free Range Friday, 28th of August  Topics today include, Brian's reaction to the Budget, why we have to learn to live with Covid, Entertainment news with Peter Ford and Premier Peter Gutwein stopped by to round out the show.

Budget Reaction Friday | PODCAST 27/08/21

Spoonman for Breakfast - Free Range Friday, 28th of August  Topics today include, Brian's reaction to the Budget, why we have to learn to live with Covid, Entertainment news with Peter Ford and Premier Peter Gutwein stopped by to round out the show.

01:26:55

27 Aug 21

Meet the new Mayor of Brighton | THE PODCAST 26/08/2021

On today's show; Brian grilled the Health Minister and Deputy Premier Jermy Rockliff  on our plans for "COVID normal." Lyle from Seven Mile Beach gave us his cable car submission, we chatted Hobat's worst roundabouts and a whole lot more. 

Meet the new Mayor of Brighton | THE PODCAST 26/08/2021

On today's show; Brian grilled the Health Minister and Deputy Premier Jermy Rockliff  on our plans for "COVID normal." Lyle from Seven Mile Beach gave us his cable car submission, we chatted Hobat's worst roundabouts and a whole lot more. 

01:22:00

26 Aug 21

WHAT TO DO WHEN FLUBOT HITS | THE PODCAST 25/08/21

Spoonman for Breakfast  Topics today Covid-19 Update, Charlie Teo, Robbo's robber jailed, Flubot, Kids kicked off UTAS for AFL and what's going on in Leslie Vale. 

WHAT TO DO WHEN FLUBOT HITS | THE PODCAST 25/08/21

Spoonman for Breakfast  Topics today Covid-19 Update, Charlie Teo, Robbo's robber jailed, Flubot, Kids kicked off UTAS for AFL and what's going on in Leslie Vale. 

01:18:51

25 Aug 21

Junior footy kicked off UTAS Stadium for AFL Finals | THE PODCAST 24/08/21

COVID-19 update, Footy finals in Tasmania and junior footy scheduling, Marti Zucco on the outcome of the latest HCC meeting, Bridgewater Bridge and acting Brighton Mayor Barbara Curran, Clarence City Council Mayor Doug Chipman discusses the Rosny golf course and Triple M's Spoonman Gives You the Cable Car. 

Junior footy kicked off UTAS Stadium for AFL Finals | THE PODCAST 24/08/21

COVID-19 update, Footy finals in Tasmania and junior footy scheduling, Marti Zucco on the outcome of the latest HCC meeting, Bridgewater Bridge and acting Brighton Mayor Barbara Curran, Clarence City Council Mayor Doug Chipman discusses the Rosny golf course and Triple M's Spoonman Gives You the Cable Car. 

01:02:57

24 Aug 21

Tasmania secures two AFL finals but both are being played in Launceston | The Podcast 23/08/2021

COVID-19 update, AFL finals in Tasmania, protests, David O'Byrne, Bridgewater Bridge, Margate fire, Bushland Manager on Mount Wellington John Fisher explains everything Pinnacle Road, Flubot phone virus, forged COVID-19 vaccine certificate, Luke Martin from the Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania discusses 'No Jab, No Entry', and the HCC decision on short stay accommodation. 

Tasmania secures two AFL finals but both are being played in Launceston | The Podcast 23/08/2021

COVID-19 update, AFL finals in Tasmania, protests, David O'Byrne, Bridgewater Bridge, Margate fire, Bushland Manager on Mount Wellington John Fisher explains everything Pinnacle Road, Flubot phone virus, forged COVID-19 vaccine certificate, Luke Martin from the Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania discusses 'No Jab, No Entry', and the HCC decision on short stay accommodation. 

01:13:40

23 Aug 21

No option for light rail on the new Bridgewater Bridge | The Podcast 20/08/2021

New proposal for no jab/not entry into the state, extinction rebellion, The Triple M Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car, COVID-19, Bridgewater Bridge, Guru of Gossip Peter Ford, and Federal Treasure Josh Frydenberg chats Tasmanian unemployment figures. 

No option for light rail on the new Bridgewater Bridge | The Podcast 20/08/2021

New proposal for no jab/not entry into the state, extinction rebellion, The Triple M Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car, COVID-19, Bridgewater Bridge, Guru of Gossip Peter Ford, and Federal Treasure Josh Frydenberg chats Tasmanian unemployment figures. 

01:09:14

20 Aug 21

Does the Extinction Rebellion have any real solutions for Climate Change? | The Podcast 19/08/2021

Aus COVID-19 Update, the President of the Tasmanian Constitution Society Peter Chapman on why Tasmanian Parliamentary numbers should be reinstated, Head of Politics and International Relations at UTAS Matt Killingsworth discusses the situation in Afghanistan, What were the Extinction Rebellion up to this morning in Hobart? West Moonah Community Centre celebrating 30 years of service, Triple M's Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car. 

Does the Extinction Rebellion have any real solutions for Climate Change? | The Podcast 19/08/2021

Aus COVID-19 Update, the President of the Tasmanian Constitution Society Peter Chapman on why Tasmanian Parliamentary numbers should be reinstated, Head of Politics and International Relations at UTAS Matt Killingsworth discusses the situation in Afghanistan, What were the Extinction Rebellion up to this morning in Hobart? West Moonah Community Centre celebrating 30 years of service, Triple M's Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car. 

01:04:29

19 Aug 21

Shlould Labor Leader Rebecca White should take action after former leader David O'Bryne was cleared? | THE PODCAST 18/08/2021

The situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban media conference, China moving warships around Taiwan, The Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car, COVID-19 update, David O'Byrne cleared, Simon Behrakis on why he is opposed to the HCC motion against Airbnb, Vietnam veterans day, Paleontologist Professor Michael Archer chats native animals being kept as pets and if it would help conservation efforts. 

Shlould Labor Leader Rebecca White should take action after former leader David O'Bryne was cleared? | THE PODCAST 18/08/2021

The situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban media conference, China moving warships around Taiwan, The Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car, COVID-19 update, David O'Byrne cleared, Simon Behrakis on why he is opposed to the HCC motion against Airbnb, Vietnam veterans day, Paleontologist Professor Michael Archer chats native animals being kept as pets and if it would help conservation efforts. 

01:09:11

18 Aug 21

Are the council herding us like sheep? | THE PODCAST 17/08/2021

Current situation in Afghanistan, COVID-19 update, Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car, CEO of Small Business Council of Tas, Robert Mallett discusses the Covid packages and his change of opinion on Escooters, Helen O'Byrne from the Pharmacy Guild of Australia talks vaccines in pharmacies.

Are the council herding us like sheep? | THE PODCAST 17/08/2021

Current situation in Afghanistan, COVID-19 update, Spoonman Gives You The Cable Car, CEO of Small Business Council of Tas, Robert Mallett discusses the Covid packages and his change of opinion on Escooters, Helen O'Byrne from the Pharmacy Guild of Australia talks vaccines in pharmacies.

01:10:02

17 Aug 21

Should NSW have gone into full lockdown sooner? Spoonman breaks it down - | The Podcast 16/08/2021

Taliban taking the Afghanistan capital of Kabul, NSW Covid situation, Counterfit pfizer being produced in Poland where Aus Gov just bought 1 Million doses, Shane Jacobson talking about his new program 'Now & Then', Triple M Spoonman gives you the Cable Car, QR codes on Metro buses, Guru of Gossip and Liz Callaghan from Careers Australia talking about the Government grants that can be accessed by young careers. 

Should NSW have gone into full lockdown sooner? Spoonman breaks it down - | The Podcast 16/08/2021

Taliban taking the Afghanistan capital of Kabul, NSW Covid situation, Counterfit pfizer being produced in Poland where Aus Gov just bought 1 Million doses, Shane Jacobson talking about his new program 'Now & Then', Triple M Spoonman gives you the Cable Car, QR codes on Metro buses, Guru of Gossip and Liz Callaghan from Careers Australia talking about the Government grants that can be accessed by young careers. 

01:05:24

16 Aug 21

New phone scam targeting people at random | THE PODCAST 13/08/2021

Another busy Free Range Friday where the Spoonman throws the phones open for the topics YOU want to talk about... Lincoln the tradie stops a thief in a pharmacy, people are using the Facebook to check-in to places, and Entertainment Reporter, Peter Ford joins to chat the week's gossip. 

New phone scam targeting people at random | THE PODCAST 13/08/2021

Another busy Free Range Friday where the Spoonman throws the phones open for the topics YOU want to talk about... Lincoln the tradie stops a thief in a pharmacy, people are using the Facebook to check-in to places, and Entertainment Reporter, Peter Ford joins to chat the week's gossip. 

59:09

13 Aug 21

Will the Government's four point Delta shield plan limit future impacts of COVID in Tasmania? | THE PODCAST 12/08/2021

The Spoonman takes you through the issues of the day.. NSW Covid outbreak, travel vouchers, State Governments Covid plan, Covid Jabs for people with underlying health issues, Australian Government shutting down children TV content industry, close close between Tasmanian drivers and Tasrail Freight, SA Premier forcing state athletes to quarantine after leaving NSW

Will the Government's four point Delta shield plan limit future impacts of COVID in Tasmania? | THE PODCAST 12/08/2021

The Spoonman takes you through the issues of the day.. NSW Covid outbreak, travel vouchers, State Governments Covid plan, Covid Jabs for people with underlying health issues, Australian Government shutting down children TV content industry, close close between Tasmanian drivers and Tasrail Freight, SA Premier forcing state athletes to quarantine after leaving NSW

01:17:13

12 Aug 21

How would a lockdown affect the vaccine rollout? | THE PODCAST 11/08/2021

The Spoonman takes you through the issues of the day.. The TGA sign off on new vaccine option, The Mount Wellington Cableway company appeal HCC decision, what happens to the vaccine clinic at the Royal Hobart Hospital if we go into lockdown, Independent Member for Clark Kristie Johnston discusses the light rail option for the Northern Suburbs, Timothy Hill discusses possible alternatives to this hard infrastructure, PLUS Ross Coulthart provides insight into his new book 'In Plain sight'.

How would a lockdown affect the vaccine rollout? | THE PODCAST 11/08/2021

The Spoonman takes you through the issues of the day.. The TGA sign off on new vaccine option, The Mount Wellington Cableway company appeal HCC decision, what happens to the vaccine clinic at the Royal Hobart Hospital if we go into lockdown, Independent Member for Clark Kristie Johnston discusses the light rail option for the Northern Suburbs, Timothy Hill discusses possible alternatives to this hard infrastructure, PLUS Ross Coulthart provides insight into his new book 'In Plain sight'.

01:07:54

11 Aug 21

What is the fine for not completing the Census? | THE PODCAST 10/08/2021

The Spoonman takes you through the issues of the day.. What did the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Michael Ferguson say yesterday, What are the fines for not completing the Cesus, Huon Valley Council Mayor, Ben Enders chats the Huon Highway, and CEO of the Tasmanian Chamber if Commerce and Industry, Michael Bailey talks 'no jab, no work'.

What is the fine for not completing the Census? | THE PODCAST 10/08/2021

The Spoonman takes you through the issues of the day.. What did the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Michael Ferguson say yesterday, What are the fines for not completing the Cesus, Huon Valley Council Mayor, Ben Enders chats the Huon Highway, and CEO of the Tasmanian Chamber if Commerce and Industry, Michael Bailey talks 'no jab, no work'.

01:04:46

10 Aug 21

What's next for North Hobart parking? | THE PODCAST 09/08/2021

Fresh out of the weekend, there is plenty to chat about... Robyn Watts, Orange Sky Service Team Leader chats The Sudsy Challenge, Peter Ford is in with an entertainment report, Hobart City Council Alderman, Marti Zucco talks North Hobart parking concerns, and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Michael Ferguson joins Brian LIVE from the Derwent Ferry.

What's next for North Hobart parking? | THE PODCAST 09/08/2021

Fresh out of the weekend, there is plenty to chat about... Robyn Watts, Orange Sky Service Team Leader chats The Sudsy Challenge, Peter Ford is in with an entertainment report, Hobart City Council Alderman, Marti Zucco talks North Hobart parking concerns, and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Michael Ferguson joins Brian LIVE from the Derwent Ferry.

01:09:08

9 Aug 21

Where are all the shearers? | THE PODCAST 06/08/2021

The Spoonman opens the phones for another Free Range Friday to chat the topics on YOUR mind! There's plenty going on around Hobart... The state's Covid-19 case, what's going on with the Bridgewater Bridge, the Derwent Ferry, and a lack of staff in the shearing industry.

Where are all the shearers? | THE PODCAST 06/08/2021

The Spoonman opens the phones for another Free Range Friday to chat the topics on YOUR mind! There's plenty going on around Hobart... The state's Covid-19 case, what's going on with the Bridgewater Bridge, the Derwent Ferry, and a lack of staff in the shearing industry.

48:39

6 Aug 21

Do We Need A Ferry Service from Gagebrook to Blackmans Bay? | THE PODCAST 05/08/2021

A very busy Thursday for The Spoonman... Tasmanian Liberal Senator, Eric Abetz chats Covid-19 Vaccine Passports, INCAT Founder and Chair Robert Clifford throws his support behind a potential ferry service along the Derwent, and Mount Wellington Cableway Company Chair, Chris Oldfield joins Spoony to chat whether they will appeal the HCC decision. PLUS Brian surprises Adrienne Reeve-Wells, MND Tasmania's top fundraiser with an East Coast experience from Par Avion.

Do We Need A Ferry Service from Gagebrook to Blackmans Bay? | THE PODCAST 05/08/2021

A very busy Thursday for The Spoonman... Tasmanian Liberal Senator, Eric Abetz chats Covid-19 Vaccine Passports, INCAT Founder and Chair Robert Clifford throws his support behind a potential ferry service along the Derwent, and Mount Wellington Cableway Company Chair, Chris Oldfield joins Spoony to chat whether they will appeal the HCC decision. PLUS Brian surprises Adrienne Reeve-Wells, MND Tasmania's top fundraiser with an East Coast experience from Par Avion.

01:11:50

5 Aug 21

Front Liner Worker Gives Son an Earful to get Covid-19 Vax | THE PODCAST 04/08/2021

Busy Wednesday down south... Darren from Brighton copped an earful from his mum and has decided to book his vaccination, Master Builders Tasmania Executive Chair, Matthew Pollock talks warranty insurance, Founder of the Hobart Parking Action Group Edwin Johnstone joins to chat the recent price increase by the Hobart City Council, and Martin Robinson, General Manager at Veolia Business Development chats five job opportunities they have as part of Triple M's A Million Dollars Worth of Work.

Front Liner Worker Gives Son an Earful to get Covid-19 Vax | THE PODCAST 04/08/2021

Busy Wednesday down south... Darren from Brighton copped an earful from his mum and has decided to book his vaccination, Master Builders Tasmania Executive Chair, Matthew Pollock talks warranty insurance, Founder of the Hobart Parking Action Group Edwin Johnstone joins to chat the recent price increase by the Hobart City Council, and Martin Robinson, General Manager at Veolia Business Development chats five job opportunities they have as part of Triple M's A Million Dollars Worth of Work.

01:10:15

4 Aug 21

"Tassie Drivers Just Don't Get the Message!" | THE PODCAST 03/08/2021

Big Tuesday in Hobart....Brian received more dash cam footage of dangerous drivers over taking trucks, North Melbourne Football Club Head Coach, David Noble chats their Grass Roots Raffle raising money for local clubs, Jarrod Nation, Chair of the Pinpoint Group talks new Taste of Summer festival, and Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor pop in to chat Rosehaven's fifth and final season. 

"Tassie Drivers Just Don't Get the Message!" | THE PODCAST 03/08/2021

Big Tuesday in Hobart....Brian received more dash cam footage of dangerous drivers over taking trucks, North Melbourne Football Club Head Coach, David Noble chats their Grass Roots Raffle raising money for local clubs, Jarrod Nation, Chair of the Pinpoint Group talks new Taste of Summer festival, and Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor pop in to chat Rosehaven's fifth and final season. 

01:19:54

3 Aug 21

Anger as Truck Driver Narrowly Avoids Crash Due to Dangerous Driver | THE PODCAST 02/08/2021

Plenty happening in Hobart and surrounds after a busy weekend... Cynical Craig calls in with reports of a near miss involving a truck at Cygnet, Ken Stronach from Tahune chats the lack of Federal Government bush fire funding, Associate Professor Steven Tong from the Doherty Institute joined Spoony to speak about the Covid-19 treatment regime, and Peter Ford is in with an entertainment report.

Anger as Truck Driver Narrowly Avoids Crash Due to Dangerous Driver | THE PODCAST 02/08/2021

Plenty happening in Hobart and surrounds after a busy weekend... Cynical Craig calls in with reports of a near miss involving a truck at Cygnet, Ken Stronach from Tahune chats the lack of Federal Government bush fire funding, Associate Professor Steven Tong from the Doherty Institute joined Spoony to speak about the Covid-19 treatment regime, and Peter Ford is in with an entertainment report.

01:13:06

2 Aug 21

STILL NO QR CODES ON BUSES | THE PODCAST 30/07/2021

The Spoonman opens the phones for Free Range Friday to chat the topics on YOUR mind! There's plenty going on around Hobart... still no QR codes on buses, Marti Zucco calls for a referendum on the Cable Car, and Brian is joined by Tassie legends, The Wolfe Brothers.

STILL NO QR CODES ON BUSES | THE PODCAST 30/07/2021

The Spoonman opens the phones for Free Range Friday to chat the topics on YOUR mind! There's plenty going on around Hobart... still no QR codes on buses, Marti Zucco calls for a referendum on the Cable Car, and Brian is joined by Tassie legends, The Wolfe Brothers.

01:12:17

30 Jul 21

Whose job is it to ensure vaccine eligibility anyway? - The Podcast 290721

There's a lot happening in Hobart at the moment and Spoonman covers it all... Covid Vaccine jumpers, the Cable Car saga and the ongoing Hobart Traffic issues!

Whose job is it to ensure vaccine eligibility anyway? - The Podcast 290721

There's a lot happening in Hobart at the moment and Spoonman covers it all... Covid Vaccine jumpers, the Cable Car saga and the ongoing Hobart Traffic issues!

01:16:46

29 Jul 21

"It's about time it goes to the Hobart public... to a referendum" - The Podcast 280721

Alderman Marti Zucco was one of only 3 'Yes' votes for the Cable Car at last night's Council meeting and fired off his thoughts to Brian this morning... Do you agree? Plus we take on all roll out issues with Covid-19 vaccines with Secretary of Health, Kathrine Morgan-Wicks and chat to newly elected Kingborough Mayor, Paula Wriedt.

"It's about time it goes to the Hobart public... to a referendum" - The Podcast 280721

Alderman Marti Zucco was one of only 3 'Yes' votes for the Cable Car at last night's Council meeting and fired off his thoughts to Brian this morning... Do you agree? Plus we take on all roll out issues with Covid-19 vaccines with Secretary of Health, Kathrine Morgan-Wicks and chat to newly elected Kingborough Mayor, Paula Wriedt.

01:23:11

28 Jul 21

Have the eligibility rules changed around the Covid Vaccines? - PODCAST 270721

After reports that under 30s in Tasmania are getting their Pfizer vaccine, Brian asks have the rules changed and if not, how are so many younger Tasmanians beating the 'eligible' community to get jabbed?

Have the eligibility rules changed around the Covid Vaccines? - PODCAST 270721

After reports that under 30s in Tasmania are getting their Pfizer vaccine, Brian asks have the rules changed and if not, how are so many younger Tasmanians beating the 'eligible' community to get jabbed?

01:03:41

27 Jul 21

"Protesting during a pandemic is INSANE" - The Podcast 260721

Spoonman unleashes on the thousands who took to the streets over the weekend to protest the Covid lock-downs. PLUS, we hear the latest plans from the new Glenorchy Mayor, chat all things Olympics Games and get all the best SNOW-Bart updates.

"Protesting during a pandemic is INSANE" - The Podcast 260721

Spoonman unleashes on the thousands who took to the streets over the weekend to protest the Covid lock-downs. PLUS, we hear the latest plans from the new Glenorchy Mayor, chat all things Olympics Games and get all the best SNOW-Bart updates.

58:20

26 Jul 21

UNDER 40'S GETTING THE PFIZER JAB?! - The Podcast 23/07/2021

THE SPOONMAN'S FREE RANGE FRIDAY - 23/07/2021 The news people as young as 25 are getting the Pfizer Vaccine had the Spoonman and his listeners confused. The Tassie vaccine roll out dominated the conversation! PLUS Guru of Gossip, Peter Ford joined Brian to chat the week's entertainment news. 

UNDER 40'S GETTING THE PFIZER JAB?! - The Podcast 23/07/2021

THE SPOONMAN'S FREE RANGE FRIDAY - 23/07/2021 The news people as young as 25 are getting the Pfizer Vaccine had the Spoonman and his listeners confused. The Tassie vaccine roll out dominated the conversation! PLUS Guru of Gossip, Peter Ford joined Brian to chat the week's entertainment news. 

01:26:02

23 Jul 21

SPOONY v CRITIC "STOP BEING MR. NEGATIVE" - The Podcast 22/07/21

Thursday 22nd July "STOP BEING MR. NEGATIVE" - Spoony tackles his critic Great Hobart news to open today's show about Paul Kelly Hot Topics today  Glenorchy mayor and council results Hobart Cable Car Supporters Group allegations Truck drivers calling for camera's on their trucks. Don say speed limit changes in Tas won't stop crashes Sue Hickey elected to council POLL: Do you think we will continue to keep the delta strain of coronavirus out of Tasmania? Liberal event over the weekend - they'll chat abolishing the upper the house.   Spoony responds to a complaint Why is Brian so negative on Hobart traffic .."STOP BEING MR. NEGATIVE AND PROMOTE THESE SOLUTIONS" Go-Fund-Me set up for Bridgewater family who lost their home due to fire - mum and 5 kids Great Lake Hotel - altercation involving footy players - witness described it as horrific A Million Dollars Worth Of Work has matched $840,000 worth of work! Donna Adams, Tasmanian Deputy Police Commissioner  Tasmania's highest ranking female police officer says "If you're not challenged, you're not learning" Brissie gets the Olympics  Spoony RANT on Covid-19 treatment regime .. Why is there no plan??? Marti Zucco, Hobart City Council Alderman talks Hobart Cable Car Tas Police Update - 2%er action Rob Pennicott, Pennicott's Wilderness Journey's Pennicott announce $1 Million Tassie Voucher Program

SPOONY v CRITIC "STOP BEING MR. NEGATIVE" - The Podcast 22/07/21

Thursday 22nd July "STOP BEING MR. NEGATIVE" - Spoony tackles his critic Great Hobart news to open today's show about Paul Kelly Hot Topics today  Glenorchy mayor and council results Hobart Cable Car Supporters Group allegations Truck drivers calling for camera's on their trucks. Don say speed limit changes in Tas won't stop crashes Sue Hickey elected to council POLL: Do you think we will continue to keep the delta strain of coronavirus out of Tasmania? Liberal event over the weekend - they'll chat abolishing the upper the house.   Spoony responds to a complaint Why is Brian so negative on Hobart traffic .."STOP BEING MR. NEGATIVE AND PROMOTE THESE SOLUTIONS" Go-Fund-Me set up for Bridgewater family who lost their home due to fire - mum and 5 kids Great Lake Hotel - altercation involving footy players - witness described it as horrific A Million Dollars Worth Of Work has matched $840,000 worth of work! Donna Adams, Tasmanian Deputy Police Commissioner  Tasmania's highest ranking female police officer says "If you're not challenged, you're not learning" Brissie gets the Olympics  Spoony RANT on Covid-19 treatment regime .. Why is there no plan??? Marti Zucco, Hobart City Council Alderman talks Hobart Cable Car Tas Police Update - 2%er action Rob Pennicott, Pennicott's Wilderness Journey's Pennicott announce $1 Million Tassie Voucher Program

01:22:53

22 Jul 21

The Great Debates - CABLE CAR, COVID and TAS TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS | The Podcast 21/07/21

Wednesday 21st July   The Hobart Cable Car debate   including the 21 grounds the experts have rejected the application and recommended to Hobart City Council  Listener calls and feedback Guests:Chris Oldfield, Mount Wellington Cableway Executive Chair and Tony Donaghy Hobart Cable Car Supporters Group COVID News Tas is closed to NSW, VIC, and SA new stats showing Women 20-50 are reluctant to get vaxxe Interstate Travelers dying on Tassie Roads Brian chats the interstate drivers and the differences driving in Tas vs Mainland. The Derwent Ferry - A viable answer to Hobart traffic congestion? Guest : Doug Chipman, Clarence City Council Mayor Arthur-Pieman 4WD tracks  Guest: Darryl Qulliam, Circular Head Mayor

The Great Debates - CABLE CAR, COVID and TAS TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS | The Podcast 21/07/21

Wednesday 21st July   The Hobart Cable Car debate   including the 21 grounds the experts have rejected the application and recommended to Hobart City Council  Listener calls and feedback Guests:Chris Oldfield, Mount Wellington Cableway Executive Chair and Tony Donaghy Hobart Cable Car Supporters Group COVID News Tas is closed to NSW, VIC, and SA new stats showing Women 20-50 are reluctant to get vaxxe Interstate Travelers dying on Tassie Roads Brian chats the interstate drivers and the differences driving in Tas vs Mainland. The Derwent Ferry - A viable answer to Hobart traffic congestion? Guest : Doug Chipman, Clarence City Council Mayor Arthur-Pieman 4WD tracks  Guest: Darryl Qulliam, Circular Head Mayor

01:22:05

21 Jul 21

"Medical Negligence" - Australian Woman Left To Die - The Podcast 20/07/21

Tuesday 20th July Spoonman has called out the medical fraternity asking "where is the treatment"  "No one should die alone at home due to coronavirus" Today -  QR check in Was the million doses of pfizer just a "pic op". SA situation - hot spots rise NSW death toll now at 5 Brian puts doctors on notice - "most poorly handled disease outbreak he has ever seen" Vic extends lockdown Craig talks about fatal crash at Campbell Town Tas Minister Ferguson says new Ferry will "free up traffic congestion in Hobart" Brian asks "but who will it take off the road?" Grant - re covid-19 death of 50 yr old woman in NSW and the lack of treatment plan. Donna - moved to tears over the womans death listening to Spoony "we seem to have lost our compassion" "What is the treatment regime for someone diagnosed with Covid-19? John from Midway Point - Politicians are banging on telling us to get vaccinated - it takes 6 weeks to get appointment! Plus traffic in Hobart. Alan from Chigwell - Went to doc on Wednesday and had the nurse book him in for Sunday! Second dose is booked for 3 weeks time. New Town couple wins a million dollars!  Local Fuel Prices - Kyle from Kingston - Got his vax yesterday after calling on the day!   Jan Davis, CEO of RSPCA Tasmania Update on the death of Storm Looking for volunteers - pop into shop, call 6709 8100, or email St Helens GP claims - Admissions to local hospitals are up 20% - what's the reason  Police on the hunt for 2 men who allegedly attacked someone in the CBD Paul Dolliver, Owner of Complete Heating joins the Wood fire heater debate No treatment regime for covid-19  Death of 50 yr old woman Study published today - US Journal of national medicine - impact of covid on those that consume nicotine  Prince Harry is writing a memoir ..what do you think is Spoony's take on this Covid-19 - "Lockdowns clearly don't work" - Freedom day in the UK was yesterday & UK recorded more the 50,000 cases "How long will it take for Australian authorities to wake up"  

"Medical Negligence" - Australian Woman Left To Die - The Podcast 20/07/21

Tuesday 20th July Spoonman has called out the medical fraternity asking "where is the treatment"  "No one should die alone at home due to coronavirus" Today -  QR check in Was the million doses of pfizer just a "pic op". SA situation - hot spots rise NSW death toll now at 5 Brian puts doctors on notice - "most poorly handled disease outbreak he has ever seen" Vic extends lockdown Craig talks about fatal crash at Campbell Town Tas Minister Ferguson says new Ferry will "free up traffic congestion in Hobart" Brian asks "but who will it take off the road?" Grant - re covid-19 death of 50 yr old woman in NSW and the lack of treatment plan. Donna - moved to tears over the womans death listening to Spoony "we seem to have lost our compassion" "What is the treatment regime for someone diagnosed with Covid-19? John from Midway Point - Politicians are banging on telling us to get vaccinated - it takes 6 weeks to get appointment! Plus traffic in Hobart. Alan from Chigwell - Went to doc on Wednesday and had the nurse book him in for Sunday! Second dose is booked for 3 weeks time. New Town couple wins a million dollars!  Local Fuel Prices - Kyle from Kingston - Got his vax yesterday after calling on the day!   Jan Davis, CEO of RSPCA Tasmania Update on the death of Storm Looking for volunteers - pop into shop, call 6709 8100, or email St Helens GP claims - Admissions to local hospitals are up 20% - what's the reason  Police on the hunt for 2 men who allegedly attacked someone in the CBD Paul Dolliver, Owner of Complete Heating joins the Wood fire heater debate No treatment regime for covid-19  Death of 50 yr old woman Study published today - US Journal of national medicine - impact of covid on those that consume nicotine  Prince Harry is writing a memoir ..what do you think is Spoony's take on this Covid-19 - "Lockdowns clearly don't work" - Freedom day in the UK was yesterday & UK recorded more the 50,000 cases "How long will it take for Australian authorities to wake up"  

01:13:15

20 Jul 21

Is This Really The Answer To Our Traffic Problems? - The Podcast 19/07/21

Brian Carlton continued trying to find the best plan for Hobart's traffic woes, but he did give his opinion on e-Scooters and there value in being part of that solution.  Monday 19th July launched with Spoony looking at Today's top Stories including:  Borders closed to NSW + VIC + some LGA's in QLD+SA Fully vaxxed Britain Health Minister tested positive British Grand Prix E Scooters "This is not going to solve Hobart's traffic woes!" even if Minister Fergusson claims it will ease Hobart's traffic Launnie is getting computer controlled traffic lights - why not Hobart?  Michael from Margate - claims the HCC is bringing in escooters for parking tickets - purely for revenue Crash at Rocky Hills - motorbike.  Hobart robberies Wynyard man charged  Burnie man driving the wrong way on a one way street - blew 0.241 Remember to vote in local council elections Escooter chat continues RACT comments - valuable addition to Hobart Katie Hopkins dumped from Big Brother for potential breaches of quarantine   Boyd Griggs, Operations Manager at Surf Live Saving Tasmania Last week's rock fishing death and the sad findings Discussion Topics Sauce Packet Ban  Should prioritise other things than sauce packets Containers not holding hot liquid! Coffee cups are leaking escooters  Robert from Glenorchy - Wife has less than 10% vision and has issues already with cyclists on footpaths and thinks the escooters needs to be rethinked.  Canne Film Festival movie - Port Arthur - Brian has a problem - director won't talk to local media and how the gunman is being potrayed Peter Ford, Guru of Gossip Deportation of Katie Hopkins  Search for the NSW leak to Tik Tok guy Britney Spears latest rant against father and sister Anthony Albanese, Opposition Leader Do Premiers now have more power than the Prime Minister.. Greater Sydney and Victoria are facing the consequences 'Health vs economy debate' -  AMA says there needs to be an indefinite lockdown in Sydney. Will everything go back to normal post vaccinations? re UK Health Minister being infected.  Listeners response to topics  Linda email - QR code and scanning at every shop in a centre. Andrew from Glenorchy - Vaccine questions re vaxxed people getting covid Dave from Taroona - been rock fishing for years and has been wearing a life jacket since nearly got washed off the rocks years ago Robert Mallet, CEO Tasmanian Small Business Council QR codes and changes as of 31st July. Tomato sauce packets - single use plastic  

Is This Really The Answer To Our Traffic Problems? - The Podcast 19/07/21

Brian Carlton continued trying to find the best plan for Hobart's traffic woes, but he did give his opinion on e-Scooters and there value in being part of that solution.  Monday 19th July launched with Spoony looking at Today's top Stories including:  Borders closed to NSW + VIC + some LGA's in QLD+SA Fully vaxxed Britain Health Minister tested positive British Grand Prix E Scooters "This is not going to solve Hobart's traffic woes!" even if Minister Fergusson claims it will ease Hobart's traffic Launnie is getting computer controlled traffic lights - why not Hobart?  Michael from Margate - claims the HCC is bringing in escooters for parking tickets - purely for revenue Crash at Rocky Hills - motorbike.  Hobart robberies Wynyard man charged  Burnie man driving the wrong way on a one way street - blew 0.241 Remember to vote in local council elections Escooter chat continues RACT comments - valuable addition to Hobart Katie Hopkins dumped from Big Brother for potential breaches of quarantine   Boyd Griggs, Operations Manager at Surf Live Saving Tasmania Last week's rock fishing death and the sad findings Discussion Topics Sauce Packet Ban  Should prioritise other things than sauce packets Containers not holding hot liquid! Coffee cups are leaking escooters  Robert from Glenorchy - Wife has less than 10% vision and has issues already with cyclists on footpaths and thinks the escooters needs to be rethinked.  Canne Film Festival movie - Port Arthur - Brian has a problem - director won't talk to local media and how the gunman is being potrayed Peter Ford, Guru of Gossip Deportation of Katie Hopkins  Search for the NSW leak to Tik Tok guy Britney Spears latest rant against father and sister Anthony Albanese, Opposition Leader Do Premiers now have more power than the Prime Minister.. Greater Sydney and Victoria are facing the consequences 'Health vs economy debate' -  AMA says there needs to be an indefinite lockdown in Sydney. Will everything go back to normal post vaccinations? re UK Health Minister being infected.  Listeners response to topics  Linda email - QR code and scanning at every shop in a centre. Andrew from Glenorchy - Vaccine questions re vaxxed people getting covid Dave from Taroona - been rock fishing for years and has been wearing a life jacket since nearly got washed off the rocks years ago Robert Mallet, CEO Tasmanian Small Business Council QR codes and changes as of 31st July. Tomato sauce packets - single use plastic  

01:18:10

19 Jul 21

SPOONY ON DAN'S LATEST LOCKDOWN - The Podcast 16/07/21

Friday 16th July launched with Victoria entering Lockdown #5.  Spoony speculates the AFL were tipped off to the lockdown. TAS GOV has closed the border to VIC Spoony dives into the financial impacts on VIC and reviews Dan Andrews handling of this latest outbreak. Covid19 Darren from Mornington - asks when Daniel Andrews had his fall... how often were his children allowed to see him? Spoony is angry - He is over the pollies.  Wood Heaters Spoony emails on wood heaters - Anonymous Joe says heat pump doesn't work - keeps turning off and his power bill went up $500!! Alan from Bagdad - Why don't we have a hard and fast guide book to work too for covid??? What is the treatment for someone in Australia with covid... other than sending them home??? Brian predicts there will be a Royal Commission into the treatment for Covid19 positive cases.  HCC ban on single use plastics has had an unintended consequence Spoony explodes about the sauce John from Midway Point on Single Use Plastic  A Million Dollars Worth of Work Bianca Moore, Owner of Upper Cut Hair Design (Glenorchy) Looking for 1 full time or 2 part time hair dressers! Spoony addresses Anthony email - he says sauce sachets are not included in the ban !! Deano from Lauderdale - HCC - perfect reason the city councils should be unified Peter Ford, Guru of Gossip Lockdown in Melbourne causes major problems for TV production Britney Spears case rolls on Massive worldwide televised concert for September 25 Rodney from Cygnet - Amalgamation of council - we need one super council! David from Lenah Valley - Is there a way to get a motion of no confidence through to the HCC? Wood Fire Heater emails HCC single use plastic ban - no sauce ... is this an "attack on the Australian way of life" What's the point of shutting down a state when there is less than 20 cases BJ from Sorell - just drove through Hungry Jacks in Hobart and asked the lady if her coffee had a plastic lid or or compostable Spoony emails on HCC  More questions about HCC and single use plastics.

SPOONY ON DAN'S LATEST LOCKDOWN - The Podcast 16/07/21

Friday 16th July launched with Victoria entering Lockdown #5.  Spoony speculates the AFL were tipped off to the lockdown. TAS GOV has closed the border to VIC Spoony dives into the financial impacts on VIC and reviews Dan Andrews handling of this latest outbreak. Covid19 Darren from Mornington - asks when Daniel Andrews had his fall... how often were his children allowed to see him? Spoony is angry - He is over the pollies.  Wood Heaters Spoony emails on wood heaters - Anonymous Joe says heat pump doesn't work - keeps turning off and his power bill went up $500!! Alan from Bagdad - Why don't we have a hard and fast guide book to work too for covid??? What is the treatment for someone in Australia with covid... other than sending them home??? Brian predicts there will be a Royal Commission into the treatment for Covid19 positive cases.  HCC ban on single use plastics has had an unintended consequence Spoony explodes about the sauce John from Midway Point on Single Use Plastic  A Million Dollars Worth of Work Bianca Moore, Owner of Upper Cut Hair Design (Glenorchy) Looking for 1 full time or 2 part time hair dressers! Spoony addresses Anthony email - he says sauce sachets are not included in the ban !! Deano from Lauderdale - HCC - perfect reason the city councils should be unified Peter Ford, Guru of Gossip Lockdown in Melbourne causes major problems for TV production Britney Spears case rolls on Massive worldwide televised concert for September 25 Rodney from Cygnet - Amalgamation of council - we need one super council! David from Lenah Valley - Is there a way to get a motion of no confidence through to the HCC? Wood Fire Heater emails HCC single use plastic ban - no sauce ... is this an "attack on the Australian way of life" What's the point of shutting down a state when there is less than 20 cases BJ from Sorell - just drove through Hungry Jacks in Hobart and asked the lady if her coffee had a plastic lid or or compostable Spoony emails on HCC  More questions about HCC and single use plastics.

01:11:13

16 Jul 21

Storm Death Petition Grows Past 21,600 Signatures - The Podcast 15/07/21

Thursday 15th Julyopens with the top stories of the day  Brunswick Hotel fire update with Liverpool Street hoped to open to pedestrians today. Covid update as Spoony asks "have you had an issue getting vaccinated?" Metro Buses QR Codes - Spoony recaps his chat with Katie Cooper, CEO of Metro Tas Risdon prison conditions *** Mary Coulson, President at LiberTAS ... what are the answers on Storm's Cause of Death, as the petition grows past  21,600 signatures Tim from New Town - How are customers meant to separate their rubbish when there are not enough bins or options to do so in the Hobart City Council area. BJ from Sorell has an emotional plea talking about Puppy Farm's with a big reveal how she once stole 25 kittens from awful conditions. Kester from Oatlands - Cable Car - will the HCC release the number of councilors who voted for/ against?  Alan Charlton, Shedcorp - about steel prices Robyn Moore, Make-A-Wish National Patron talks about A Day At The Longley this weekend  Michele Goldman, Asthma Australia CEO on theBan on wood heaters

Storm Death Petition Grows Past 21,600 Signatures - The Podcast 15/07/21

Thursday 15th Julyopens with the top stories of the day  Brunswick Hotel fire update with Liverpool Street hoped to open to pedestrians today. Covid update as Spoony asks "have you had an issue getting vaccinated?" Metro Buses QR Codes - Spoony recaps his chat with Katie Cooper, CEO of Metro Tas Risdon prison conditions *** Mary Coulson, President at LiberTAS ... what are the answers on Storm's Cause of Death, as the petition grows past  21,600 signatures Tim from New Town - How are customers meant to separate their rubbish when there are not enough bins or options to do so in the Hobart City Council area. BJ from Sorell has an emotional plea talking about Puppy Farm's with a big reveal how she once stole 25 kittens from awful conditions. Kester from Oatlands - Cable Car - will the HCC release the number of councilors who voted for/ against?  Alan Charlton, Shedcorp - about steel prices Robyn Moore, Make-A-Wish National Patron talks about A Day At The Longley this weekend  Michele Goldman, Asthma Australia CEO on theBan on wood heaters

01:15:59

15 Jul 21

Home Wood Fires Ignite Debate - The Podcast 14/047/21

Wednesday July 14th 2021 the topic of wood fires in homes ignited. Research from Menzies suggests 70 deaths a decade across Tasmania due to smoke related incidents, but Spoony is wary of these figures presented as ‘decade’ and asks “should we ban them?” Show opens Today's top stories Brunswick hotel investigation continue Road still closed  get your vaccine NSW update Federal Gov has said you can get your second dose of astra earlier Military exercises in QLD Economic impact on Sydney due to lockdown New model - 50/50 funding split for NSW VIC critical - offered similar deal Hot  Topics WA government Albany Entertainment centre and concert hall Australian Christian Lobby Group denied to use the venue Should we ban wood heaters? Research suggests 70 deaths a decade across TAS due to smoke related incidents … So should we ban them? Wood Heaters Your calls Karin Koch - Pooseum Pooseum sign development application approved It's a win for everybody! A redesign was never on the cards Road Fatalities Road fatalities - "Distraction Kills" Your calls Lisa Martin, Winning's Newsagency Co-Owner North Hobart Parking  Katie Cooper, Metro Tasmania CEO No QR codes on buses?

Home Wood Fires Ignite Debate - The Podcast 14/047/21

Wednesday July 14th 2021 the topic of wood fires in homes ignited. Research from Menzies suggests 70 deaths a decade across Tasmania due to smoke related incidents, but Spoony is wary of these figures presented as ‘decade’ and asks “should we ban them?” Show opens Today's top stories Brunswick hotel investigation continue Road still closed  get your vaccine NSW update Federal Gov has said you can get your second dose of astra earlier Military exercises in QLD Economic impact on Sydney due to lockdown New model - 50/50 funding split for NSW VIC critical - offered similar deal Hot  Topics WA government Albany Entertainment centre and concert hall Australian Christian Lobby Group denied to use the venue Should we ban wood heaters? Research suggests 70 deaths a decade across TAS due to smoke related incidents … So should we ban them? Wood Heaters Your calls Karin Koch - Pooseum Pooseum sign development application approved It's a win for everybody! A redesign was never on the cards Road Fatalities Road fatalities - "Distraction Kills" Your calls Lisa Martin, Winning's Newsagency Co-Owner North Hobart Parking  Katie Cooper, Metro Tasmania CEO No QR codes on buses?

01:15:07

14 Jul 21

This is "RUBBISH" say outraged locals [Podcast 13/07/21]

The size of rubbish bins and a change from weekly to fortnightly rubbish collections has locals up in arms. This is "RUBBISH" they are saying (audio at 10:10)  Tuesday 13th July starts with Brian's Overnight whiparound - including an update on the Brunswick Hotel fire and road closures. Covid recap NSW recorded 112 new cases & Bill Shorten dropped an S-bomb during interview  Did Kevin Rudd take credit for Pfizer rushing out new vaccine 50 people killed in India by lightning strikes “Are your bins big enough? And are they collected frequently enough?” Central NW council have reduced their collection times to fortnightly (from weekly) but haven’t expanded their bins. Veolia are seeing a spike in overstuffed bins and haven’t been collecting them Ben – Geilston Bay says his general waste isn’t big enough Jamie from Gagebrook - CVD19 plates on his motorbike were cancelled over 12 months ago Robert Flanaghan Australian Workers Union Assistant Branch Manager claims around a soft quota system in place if parking inspectors don’t bring in enough fines, they get a “talking to” Robert Pennicott – Pennicott’s Wilderness Journeys about Whales migrating North at the moment – plenty to see up the east coast as they make their way to warmer waters to have babies

This is "RUBBISH" say outraged locals [Podcast 13/07/21]

The size of rubbish bins and a change from weekly to fortnightly rubbish collections has locals up in arms. This is "RUBBISH" they are saying (audio at 10:10)  Tuesday 13th July starts with Brian's Overnight whiparound - including an update on the Brunswick Hotel fire and road closures. Covid recap NSW recorded 112 new cases & Bill Shorten dropped an S-bomb during interview  Did Kevin Rudd take credit for Pfizer rushing out new vaccine 50 people killed in India by lightning strikes “Are your bins big enough? And are they collected frequently enough?” Central NW council have reduced their collection times to fortnightly (from weekly) but haven’t expanded their bins. Veolia are seeing a spike in overstuffed bins and haven’t been collecting them Ben – Geilston Bay says his general waste isn’t big enough Jamie from Gagebrook - CVD19 plates on his motorbike were cancelled over 12 months ago Robert Flanaghan Australian Workers Union Assistant Branch Manager claims around a soft quota system in place if parking inspectors don’t bring in enough fines, they get a “talking to” Robert Pennicott – Pennicott’s Wilderness Journeys about Whales migrating North at the moment – plenty to see up the east coast as they make their way to warmer waters to have babies

01:12:29

13 Jul 21

THE END OF THE ICONIC BRUNSWICK [PODCAST 12/07/21]

Today the end of Hobart's Iconic Hotel "The Brunswick" as it unfolded across the morning. Spoony's News Whip around covers the fire at the Brunny around 2am this morning, Businesses with shop fronts on Liverpool St are all closed Euro 2020 Covid Wrap re: Sydney is expecting over 100 cases today, first fatality over the weekend. Ash Barty won Wimbledon ANU Astrophysicist & Cosmologist, Dr Brad Tucker and how Richard Branson made it to space. Tragic weekend on Tassie roads Jono Coleman sadly passed away over the weekend. Cynical Craig, knows a guy who leaves his phone at home so he doesn’t have to Check In. is this really irresponsible ? The Vic border is closed, VIC police is actively patrolling a state border, Marti Zucco Euro2020 update (live from Italian Club viewing party) Brunswick Hotel Fire Correspondent, Brett Marley who says "Haven’t seen a scene like this since the Myer Fire” Peter Fordy Ford on the  death of Jono Coleman …. Enormous respect in the industry, Anger over the new scary Covid 19 campaign and can Ash Barty make a fortune now? Brunswick Hotel update with Tas Police Acting Inspector Bill Grierson Marti Zucco - Italy has won! Pete Smith talks about the confiscation of his “CVD19” number plates Jamie tells us "CVD19" number plates happened here in Tassie FIRST. Robert Young, Glenmorgan Spring Bay Mayor on the reopened Tas Highway   

THE END OF THE ICONIC BRUNSWICK [PODCAST 12/07/21]

Today the end of Hobart's Iconic Hotel "The Brunswick" as it unfolded across the morning. Spoony's News Whip around covers the fire at the Brunny around 2am this morning, Businesses with shop fronts on Liverpool St are all closed Euro 2020 Covid Wrap re: Sydney is expecting over 100 cases today, first fatality over the weekend. Ash Barty won Wimbledon ANU Astrophysicist & Cosmologist, Dr Brad Tucker and how Richard Branson made it to space. Tragic weekend on Tassie roads Jono Coleman sadly passed away over the weekend. Cynical Craig, knows a guy who leaves his phone at home so he doesn’t have to Check In. is this really irresponsible ? The Vic border is closed, VIC police is actively patrolling a state border, Marti Zucco Euro2020 update (live from Italian Club viewing party) Brunswick Hotel Fire Correspondent, Brett Marley who says "Haven’t seen a scene like this since the Myer Fire” Peter Fordy Ford on the  death of Jono Coleman …. Enormous respect in the industry, Anger over the new scary Covid 19 campaign and can Ash Barty make a fortune now? Brunswick Hotel update with Tas Police Acting Inspector Bill Grierson Marti Zucco - Italy has won! Pete Smith talks about the confiscation of his “CVD19” number plates Jamie tells us "CVD19" number plates happened here in Tassie FIRST. Robert Young, Glenmorgan Spring Bay Mayor on the reopened Tas Highway   

01:10:56

12 Jul 21

Government stops Aussie saying goodbye to dying Mum - "No Point Saving Humanity if we lose Humanity in the Process"

Brian Carlton - The Spoonman - has questioned how an Australian state government could let this individual down so terribly. Anthony McCormack, a fully vaccinated Australian Citizen, flew in from Canada to see him dying Mum after she was diagnosed 3 weeks ago with terminal cancer. QLD Health denied permission to enter state despite having negative COVID test. Andrew's Mum died on Wednesday night, while he was 12 days into quarantine, despite being cleared by NSW govt to leave. Brian Speaks out at the 8:39 mark of our Podcast   It’s Free Range Friday! Covid update - PM announces more Pfizer supply is coming and the 3rd AstraZeneca death yesterday. East Coast HWY reopened Spoony asks is this “the kind of country we’ve become” The Anthony McCormack story Caller Kester (Oatlands) asksWhy aren’t we pulling out interpreters etc from Middle East before Taliban move in Jenny from Moonah has concerns around dogs going missing believing they are being stolen for dog fighting rings, owners need to be more careful. Hobart + Tasmania news Dept of State Growth employee allegedly revealing private information in exchange for $$$ Dedicated hotline for people suspicious they might be a victim – 61656622 Port Sorell Siege – resolved at 9:50 last night, peacefully. Jennifer (Lauderdale): has a special shout out to local Vets Donna – Would they have let Anthony into QLD if he were a Footballer? Sports people / high profile people have different rules! John from Kingston - check ins, big businesses aren’t following the new check in rules, but small businesses are. Spoony got his Covid Jab and talks us through the process. Entertainment Report with Fordy stand in - Luke Dennehy Ash Barty (arguably most marketable female athlete in the world) Olympics re: NO CROWD – No Bruce McAvaney at the games Andrew Denton – quit TV for Euthanasia Charity Next season of the block – cast has been announced. Caller Kylie leaving the RHH after her second Pfizer Jab. Duncan of Hobart has his thoughts on the Tas Labor Leadership  Caller Gerard wants People to be nicer to businesses enforcing the new Covid Check in rules. Brian once tried to interview get ‘Rosie’, re: AC/DC song  

Government stops Aussie saying goodbye to dying Mum - "No Point Saving Humanity if we lose Humanity in the Process"

Brian Carlton - The Spoonman - has questioned how an Australian state government could let this individual down so terribly. Anthony McCormack, a fully vaccinated Australian Citizen, flew in from Canada to see him dying Mum after she was diagnosed 3 weeks ago with terminal cancer. QLD Health denied permission to enter state despite having negative COVID test. Andrew's Mum died on Wednesday night, while he was 12 days into quarantine, despite being cleared by NSW govt to leave. Brian Speaks out at the 8:39 mark of our Podcast   It’s Free Range Friday! Covid update - PM announces more Pfizer supply is coming and the 3rd AstraZeneca death yesterday. East Coast HWY reopened Spoony asks is this “the kind of country we’ve become” The Anthony McCormack story Caller Kester (Oatlands) asksWhy aren’t we pulling out interpreters etc from Middle East before Taliban move in Jenny from Moonah has concerns around dogs going missing believing they are being stolen for dog fighting rings, owners need to be more careful. Hobart + Tasmania news Dept of State Growth employee allegedly revealing private information in exchange for $$$ Dedicated hotline for people suspicious they might be a victim – 61656622 Port Sorell Siege – resolved at 9:50 last night, peacefully. Jennifer (Lauderdale): has a special shout out to local Vets Donna – Would they have let Anthony into QLD if he were a Footballer? Sports people / high profile people have different rules! John from Kingston - check ins, big businesses aren’t following the new check in rules, but small businesses are. Spoony got his Covid Jab and talks us through the process. Entertainment Report with Fordy stand in - Luke Dennehy Ash Barty (arguably most marketable female athlete in the world) Olympics re: NO CROWD – No Bruce McAvaney at the games Andrew Denton – quit TV for Euthanasia Charity Next season of the block – cast has been announced. Caller Kylie leaving the RHH after her second Pfizer Jab. Duncan of Hobart has his thoughts on the Tas Labor Leadership  Caller Gerard wants People to be nicer to businesses enforcing the new Covid Check in rules. Brian once tried to interview get ‘Rosie’, re: AC/DC song  

01:03:23

9 Jul 21

THIS PRICK WON'T HURT YOU - Podcast 08/07/21

Yes Spoony gets his COVID vaccine jab today! Today on the show  Covid situation around the country and NSW in lockdown for 8 more days Bec White is back as Labor Leader Tasman highway re-opening today Tas Govt on pokies policy  Senator Richard Colbeck is going to Tokyo for the Olympics Truck Accident at Bagdad overnight Tasman Highway Opening and no official to talk with  Paper headlines Melb CDB is quite "The War is Over!" - Labor Party Leadership Richard Colbeck going to Tokyo Bec White "Labor chooses come Bec Queen" and parking fees increase in CBD Hobart City Council - Single Use Plastics Ban  Hobart City Council - Parking Fees increased Brighton council member allegedly caught going through people's mail. Businesses will move out to the suburbs where parking is free Ambulance crash on the Davey/Macquarie intersection Tom Allen - Wilderness Society Tasmania Campaign Manager on possible Wombat Cull and Devils accused of wiping out fairy penguins on the island Hobart CBD Parking Govt Legislative Changes to Pokies Kathrine Morgan-Wicks - Secretary, Department of Health on Check In Tas app changes Your Covid Calls - Why is it so hard to get your covid jab? Builders who just started a reno and have to QR code the site for trades coming in and out

THIS PRICK WON'T HURT YOU - Podcast 08/07/21

Yes Spoony gets his COVID vaccine jab today! Today on the show  Covid situation around the country and NSW in lockdown for 8 more days Bec White is back as Labor Leader Tasman highway re-opening today Tas Govt on pokies policy  Senator Richard Colbeck is going to Tokyo for the Olympics Truck Accident at Bagdad overnight Tasman Highway Opening and no official to talk with  Paper headlines Melb CDB is quite "The War is Over!" - Labor Party Leadership Richard Colbeck going to Tokyo Bec White "Labor chooses come Bec Queen" and parking fees increase in CBD Hobart City Council - Single Use Plastics Ban  Hobart City Council - Parking Fees increased Brighton council member allegedly caught going through people's mail. Businesses will move out to the suburbs where parking is free Ambulance crash on the Davey/Macquarie intersection Tom Allen - Wilderness Society Tasmania Campaign Manager on possible Wombat Cull and Devils accused of wiping out fairy penguins on the island Hobart CBD Parking Govt Legislative Changes to Pokies Kathrine Morgan-Wicks - Secretary, Department of Health on Check In Tas app changes Your Covid Calls - Why is it so hard to get your covid jab? Builders who just started a reno and have to QR code the site for trades coming in and out

01:15:55

8 Jul 21

HOW BEC WHITE'S LEADERSHIP WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME

Spoony speaks with electoral, polling and Political analyst Dr Kevin Bonham about how things will be different for Rebecca White now as she returns to Tasmanian Labor leadership.  Tasmanians and visitors are now required to use the Check In TAS app when they visit a range of businesses, organisations and events. Brian talks to a range of locals about how they see it impacting on their everyday life.   

HOW BEC WHITE'S LEADERSHIP WILL BE DIFFERENT THIS TIME

Spoony speaks with electoral, polling and Political analyst Dr Kevin Bonham about how things will be different for Rebecca White now as she returns to Tasmanian Labor leadership.  Tasmanians and visitors are now required to use the Check In TAS app when they visit a range of businesses, organisations and events. Brian talks to a range of locals about how they see it impacting on their everyday life.   

01:09:31

7 Jul 21

Snoopy is safe at home but no apology has yet been issued from the airline following his escape

Brian caught up with Snoopy's mum, Loreta find find out how Snoopy is going since his 3 week run around 7 Mile Beach area after escaping from the airport tarmac.

Snoopy is safe at home but no apology has yet been issued from the airline following his escape

Brian caught up with Snoopy's mum, Loreta find find out how Snoopy is going since his 3 week run around 7 Mile Beach area after escaping from the airport tarmac.

06:38

6 Jul 21

BEC WHITE "IMMENSE POWER" IF LABOR LEADER AGAIN - PODCAST 06/07/21

Brian Carlton has said that Rebecca White would need to seriously consider any offer to take Tas Labor's top job again as she'd have "immense power" as leader. Also today RACT's Garry Bailey discusses options for reducing Tassie's road toll including mobile phone detecting cameras    The owner of previously missing dog Snoopy gives us an update on any admission of liability from Qantas in the the whole drama.      

BEC WHITE "IMMENSE POWER" IF LABOR LEADER AGAIN - PODCAST 06/07/21

Brian Carlton has said that Rebecca White would need to seriously consider any offer to take Tas Labor's top job again as she'd have "immense power" as leader. Also today RACT's Garry Bailey discusses options for reducing Tassie's road toll including mobile phone detecting cameras    The owner of previously missing dog Snoopy gives us an update on any admission of liability from Qantas in the the whole drama.      

45:19

6 Jul 21

Are more road cameras the solution to preventing further road deaths?

RACT Chief Advocacy Officer, Garry Bailey explains why the RACT are recommending further road cameras to help bring down our state's road toll.

Are more road cameras the solution to preventing further road deaths?

RACT Chief Advocacy Officer, Garry Bailey explains why the RACT are recommending further road cameras to help bring down our state's road toll.

09:08

5 Jul 21

TASMANIANS CALL ON O'BYRNE TO QUIT PARLIAMENT | PODCAST 05/07/21

The Spoonman went to the poll to ask "should David O'Byrne leave Parliament altogether", after standing down as Leader of Tasmanian Labor. The results massively one sided. Brian talks Road conditions in wake of an upper house examination of Tassie's road toll and our failure to achieve decade long road safety targets.  Was this response to the weekend's firearms amnesty a bit lackluster? Brian unpacks the Governments new plan of COVID suppression not elimination. Meg Smith, Residents against the 5th Lane on Southern Outlet spokesperson, tells Brian about meeting the Transport Minister and alternate plans for the Outlet Peter Ford, Entertainment Guru, tells of how Liz Hurley's son loses $330 million in a court ruling. Your emails to Spoony cover a range of topics Helen O’Byrne – Tas President Pharmacy Guild of Australia - explains the plan to make Covid jabs available in Pharmacies Spoony slams a film based on Port Arthur Tragedy after the film's maker reaches out to locals. The outcome of today's Poll asking "should David O'Byrne leave Parliament altogether.    .     

TASMANIANS CALL ON O'BYRNE TO QUIT PARLIAMENT | PODCAST 05/07/21

The Spoonman went to the poll to ask "should David O'Byrne leave Parliament altogether", after standing down as Leader of Tasmanian Labor. The results massively one sided. Brian talks Road conditions in wake of an upper house examination of Tassie's road toll and our failure to achieve decade long road safety targets.  Was this response to the weekend's firearms amnesty a bit lackluster? Brian unpacks the Governments new plan of COVID suppression not elimination. Meg Smith, Residents against the 5th Lane on Southern Outlet spokesperson, tells Brian about meeting the Transport Minister and alternate plans for the Outlet Peter Ford, Entertainment Guru, tells of how Liz Hurley's son loses $330 million in a court ruling. Your emails to Spoony cover a range of topics Helen O’Byrne – Tas President Pharmacy Guild of Australia - explains the plan to make Covid jabs available in Pharmacies Spoony slams a film based on Port Arthur Tragedy after the film's maker reaches out to locals. The outcome of today's Poll asking "should David O'Byrne leave Parliament altogether.    .     

57:12

5 Jul 21

17 houses slated for destruction in Government solution to Southern Outlet traffic issues

Residents against the Southern Outlet 5th lane plan, Spokesperson, Meg Smith joined Spoonman to explain why the proposed plan wont alleviate traffic issues on the Southern Outlet.

17 houses slated for destruction in Government solution to Southern Outlet traffic issues

Residents against the Southern Outlet 5th lane plan, Spokesperson, Meg Smith joined Spoonman to explain why the proposed plan wont alleviate traffic issues on the Southern Outlet.

07:03

4 Jul 21

Tasmanian Pharmacies not included in national Vaccine roll out plan

Pharmacy Guild President, Helen O'Byrne discussed why Tasmanian Pharmacies need to be approved as part of the Federal Government's Vaccine roll out

Tasmanian Pharmacies not included in national Vaccine roll out plan

Pharmacy Guild President, Helen O'Byrne discussed why Tasmanian Pharmacies need to be approved as part of the Federal Government's Vaccine roll out

07:39

4 Jul 21

THE HOBART TRAFFIC SOLUTION - PODCAST 30/06/21

Brian covers the biggest topics of the day, including almost 50% of Australians in lockdown Spoony proposes a solution to Hobart's traffic woes and listeners added their ideas too. The Dynnyrne Buy Back Protest  A tragic tell-all update on the death of Storm in Sandy Bay   Brian speaks out about 'dobbing-in' non-mask wearers   

THE HOBART TRAFFIC SOLUTION - PODCAST 30/06/21

Brian covers the biggest topics of the day, including almost 50% of Australians in lockdown Spoony proposes a solution to Hobart's traffic woes and listeners added their ideas too. The Dynnyrne Buy Back Protest  A tragic tell-all update on the death of Storm in Sandy Bay   Brian speaks out about 'dobbing-in' non-mask wearers   

54:56

1 Jul 21

Cable Car Debate “Personal and Unnecessary Character Assassination” - Podcast 29/06/21

Brian covers the new rules on COVID Vaccinations released and data on Delta Variant out of England exposes a callers disturbing belief about being fully vaccinated (un-verified) A Convicted Con-Man is jailed for 9-months over defamatory videos made about Tasmanian Minister Ferguson Claims of “personal and unnecessary character assassination” in the fight between Cable Car Supporters and Lord Mayor, Anna Reynolds Brian puts questions to RSPCA CEO Jan Davis ... prompting immediate angry listener feedback. Retiring Brighton Mayor, Tony Foster joins Spoony to discuss being debt free, why he’s decided to pull the pin and his opinion on Council Amalgamations Brian talks mental health ahead of Triple M’s No Talk Day with Dr Grant Blashki, Beyond Blue’s lead clinical advisor

Cable Car Debate “Personal and Unnecessary Character Assassination” - Podcast 29/06/21

Brian covers the new rules on COVID Vaccinations released and data on Delta Variant out of England exposes a callers disturbing belief about being fully vaccinated (un-verified) A Convicted Con-Man is jailed for 9-months over defamatory videos made about Tasmanian Minister Ferguson Claims of “personal and unnecessary character assassination” in the fight between Cable Car Supporters and Lord Mayor, Anna Reynolds Brian puts questions to RSPCA CEO Jan Davis ... prompting immediate angry listener feedback. Retiring Brighton Mayor, Tony Foster joins Spoony to discuss being debt free, why he’s decided to pull the pin and his opinion on Council Amalgamations Brian talks mental health ahead of Triple M’s No Talk Day with Dr Grant Blashki, Beyond Blue’s lead clinical advisor

01:13:54

29 Jun 21

COVID LOCKDOWNS SLAMMED "LAZY POLICY BY LAZY ILL INFORMED POLITICIANS" - Podcast 28/6/21

Tasmanians are outraged by the death of a German Shepherd in horrific circumstances which has prompted a change.org petition. Brian talks with teh lady behind that call for change    Spoonman has slammed the latest State lockdowns by "lazy" politicians [30:26]    Brian dissects the 2021 Intergenerational report with Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and what it means to the average Australian [45:33]

COVID LOCKDOWNS SLAMMED "LAZY POLICY BY LAZY ILL INFORMED POLITICIANS" - Podcast 28/6/21

Tasmanians are outraged by the death of a German Shepherd in horrific circumstances which has prompted a change.org petition. Brian talks with teh lady behind that call for change    Spoonman has slammed the latest State lockdowns by "lazy" politicians [30:26]    Brian dissects the 2021 Intergenerational report with Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and what it means to the average Australian [45:33]

01:05:35

28 Jun 21

SAD NEWS For Tasmanian Hospitality & Tourism Industry - The Podcast 25/06/21

On Free Range Friday, the Spoonman discovers that televisions across the state are acting VERY strange... Plus, listener James has some strong opinions about the Mount Wellington Cable Car Project - And Brian doesn't agree with any of them!

SAD NEWS For Tasmanian Hospitality & Tourism Industry - The Podcast 25/06/21

On Free Range Friday, the Spoonman discovers that televisions across the state are acting VERY strange... Plus, listener James has some strong opinions about the Mount Wellington Cable Car Project - And Brian doesn't agree with any of them!

01:03:43

25 Jun 21

Spoonman Reveals COVID-19 Cruelty - The Podcast 24/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down the cruelty of border restrictions, previews the AFL in Tasmania over the weekend and puts the state's biggest issues under a microscope. 

Spoonman Reveals COVID-19 Cruelty - The Podcast 24/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down the cruelty of border restrictions, previews the AFL in Tasmania over the weekend and puts the state's biggest issues under a microscope. 

01:05:41

23 Jun 21

Not For Broadcast Podcast: The Spoonman's Greatest Decade Of All Time

Brian Carlton breaks down his reasoning behind choosing the greatest decade of rock music of ALL TIME.... Which in his books, is the 70s!

Not For Broadcast Podcast: The Spoonman's Greatest Decade Of All Time

Brian Carlton breaks down his reasoning behind choosing the greatest decade of rock music of ALL TIME.... Which in his books, is the 70s!

07:36

23 Jun 21

Controversial Leaflets Hit Tasmanian Letterboxes - The Podcast 23/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down today's top stories, finds out how Snoopy the dog was captured after three weeks on the run and gets the latest from Clarence City Council Mayor Doug Chipman on plans for the Kangaroo Island development.

Controversial Leaflets Hit Tasmanian Letterboxes - The Podcast 23/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down today's top stories, finds out how Snoopy the dog was captured after three weeks on the run and gets the latest from Clarence City Council Mayor Doug Chipman on plans for the Kangaroo Island development.

01:12:48

23 Jun 21

Do Tasmanians REALLY Want A Cable Car?! - The Podcast 22/06/21

The Spoonman polls for a final time whether locals want the Mount Wellington Cable Car project to go ahead. Plus, TasWater is helping Triple M commemorate the world's best tap water... Find out how!

Do Tasmanians REALLY Want A Cable Car?! - The Podcast 22/06/21

The Spoonman polls for a final time whether locals want the Mount Wellington Cable Car project to go ahead. Plus, TasWater is helping Triple M commemorate the world's best tap water... Find out how!

01:00:38

22 Jun 21

Is This Tasmania's WORST Road? - The Podcast 21/06/21

The Spoonman takes listener advice and tests out Nugent Rd.. and makes an interesting discovery. Plus, the cable car debate! Both sides have their say!

Is This Tasmania's WORST Road? - The Podcast 21/06/21

The Spoonman takes listener advice and tests out Nugent Rd.. and makes an interesting discovery. Plus, the cable car debate! Both sides have their say!

01:09:15

21 Jun 21

You Won't Believe Someone Found This In Hobart - The Podcast 18/06/21

On Free Range Friday, the Spoonman answers listener questions on the COVID-19 vaccine, explains the winter solstice and asks the question, what did you find?!

You Won't Believe Someone Found This In Hobart - The Podcast 18/06/21

On Free Range Friday, the Spoonman answers listener questions on the COVID-19 vaccine, explains the winter solstice and asks the question, what did you find?!

01:03:03

18 Jun 21

Spoonman Addresses "Evil Intent" Of Anti-Cable Car Poster - The Podcast 17/06/21

The Spoonman delves back into the Mount Wellington Cable Car debate and asks the question everyone has been asking... Is this the end of Dark Mofo?!

Spoonman Addresses "Evil Intent" Of Anti-Cable Car Poster - The Podcast 17/06/21

The Spoonman delves back into the Mount Wellington Cable Car debate and asks the question everyone has been asking... Is this the end of Dark Mofo?!

01:03:40

17 Jun 21

Spoonman RANT On Cable Car Protest LIES - The Podcast 16/06/21

The Spoonman talks about the Mount Wellington Cable Car protest, controversy over the Australian Club and issues surrounding Weilangta Road.

Spoonman RANT On Cable Car Protest LIES - The Podcast 16/06/21

The Spoonman talks about the Mount Wellington Cable Car protest, controversy over the Australian Club and issues surrounding Weilangta Road.

01:05:22

16 Jun 21

Mount Wellington Bus Crash EXPOSED - The Podcast 15/06/21

The Spoonman talks about the cable car debate, the search for missing dog Snoopy and gets the latest entertainment news from Guru of Gossip Peter Ford.

Mount Wellington Bus Crash EXPOSED - The Podcast 15/06/21

The Spoonman talks about the cable car debate, the search for missing dog Snoopy and gets the latest entertainment news from Guru of Gossip Peter Ford.

01:04:56

15 Jun 21

Shocking Truth About Tasmania's Tap Water - The Podcast 11/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down the biggest stories of the week, gets the word out about a coordinated search to find a missing dog and gets the latest entertainment news from Guru of Gossip Peter Ford.

Shocking Truth About Tasmania's Tap Water - The Podcast 11/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down the biggest stories of the week, gets the word out about a coordinated search to find a missing dog and gets the latest entertainment news from Guru of Gossip Peter Ford.

01:02:56

11 Jun 21

Spoonman APPALLED By Tourism Campaign - The Podcast 10/06/21

The Spoonman wonders why he hears "houses in motion" in an audio illusion when his listeners clearly hear "that is embarrassing."  Plus, Brian is NOT impressed with this cancelled tourism campaign!

Spoonman APPALLED By Tourism Campaign - The Podcast 10/06/21

The Spoonman wonders why he hears "houses in motion" in an audio illusion when his listeners clearly hear "that is embarrassing."  Plus, Brian is NOT impressed with this cancelled tourism campaign!

01:06:43

10 Jun 21

The STING Of The CENTURY! - The Podcast 09/06/21

The Spoonman explains today's top stories, including some major international (and local) police stings! Plus, the search for Snoopy continues!

The STING Of The CENTURY! - The Podcast 09/06/21

The Spoonman explains today's top stories, including some major international (and local) police stings! Plus, the search for Snoopy continues!

01:01:45

9 Jun 21

Will The Sydney-Hobart Be Cancelled?! - The Podcast 08/06/21

The Spoonman talks space, conspiracy theories and the future of some of Tasmania's favourite events.

Will The Sydney-Hobart Be Cancelled?! - The Podcast 08/06/21

The Spoonman talks space, conspiracy theories and the future of some of Tasmania's favourite events.

01:11:59

8 Jun 21

Growth Issues For Vegan Children CONFIRMED - The Podcast 07/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down Tasmania's top news stories, finds out the truth about the origin of COVID-19 and gets the latest entertainment news from Peter Ford.

Growth Issues For Vegan Children CONFIRMED - The Podcast 07/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down Tasmania's top news stories, finds out the truth about the origin of COVID-19 and gets the latest entertainment news from Peter Ford.

01:05:01

7 Jun 21

Everything You Need To Know About "Mandatory" Vaccination - The Podcast 04/06/21

The Spoonman puts a poll out to his listeners, should the COVID-19 vaccination be mandatory for aged and disability care workers? Plus, this might just be the craziest story you've heard on Tasmanian radio!

Everything You Need To Know About "Mandatory" Vaccination - The Podcast 04/06/21

The Spoonman puts a poll out to his listeners, should the COVID-19 vaccination be mandatory for aged and disability care workers? Plus, this might just be the craziest story you've heard on Tasmanian radio!

01:05:42

3 Jun 21

Closest Vaccination Appointment... MONTHS Away - The Podcast 03/06/21

The Spoonman talks about the waiting list to get the COVID-19 vaccination in Tasmania, diversion options for the Tasman Highway and more strange lights in the sky this morning!

Closest Vaccination Appointment... MONTHS Away - The Podcast 03/06/21

The Spoonman talks about the waiting list to get the COVID-19 vaccination in Tasmania, diversion options for the Tasman Highway and more strange lights in the sky this morning!

01:11:18

3 Jun 21

The Spoonman Is In "Deep Deep Trouble" - The Podcast 02/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down the rules around Tasmania's check-in app, talks with Minister Michael Ferguson about the highway closure frustrating locals and weighs in on Golliwog-gate.

The Spoonman Is In "Deep Deep Trouble" - The Podcast 02/06/21

The Spoonman breaks down the rules around Tasmania's check-in app, talks with Minister Michael Ferguson about the highway closure frustrating locals and weighs in on Golliwog-gate.

01:18:43

2 Jun 21

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