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Thursday 23 Mar 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Best known as the guy in the bucket hat, Jim Penman founded Jim's Mowing in 1982 with just $24, and turned it into a global organisation.
Monday 13 Mar 2017 · Hope Mornings
Sydney-based novelist Jo-Anne Berthelsen describes her journey from self-doubt and perfectionism, to self-acceptance, in her latest book, 'Becoming Me'.
Wednesday 8 Mar 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
For over 7000 young disabled Australian, nursing homes are the only place they can go for the full-time care they need. Until YoungCare saves the day.
Tuesday 7 Mar 2017 · Hope Mornings
It's been nine years since his last non-kids music release, but now Colin Buchanan is breaking the silence with his new album, Calvary Road.
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Tuesday 7 Mar 2017
In his typical larrikin style, Colin Buchanan whipped up a song poking fun at one of our tech guys, during his latest interview at Hope 103.2.
Monday 6 Mar 2017 · Hope Mornings
With raw anecdotes of a violent childhood. Jimmy Barnes has made publishing history—and supported victims of violence along the way. A Hope 103.2 interview.
Friday 3 Mar 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Dr Andy Thomas told Hope 103.2 that with strong education, a dream and determination, even the most ambitious dreams can come true.
While TV star Penny McNamee's path into showbiz was not the typical route, there really is no ‘normal’ path. The key, she says, is persistence.
Becoming a professional sports star may be a career dream for many, but is it really all that glamorous? We chat to Callum Sinclair, Sydney Swans star.
Wednesday 15 Feb 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
Sausage delivery is where singer Micah Tyler's story starts. Incredibly, he's now a successful recording artist, with songs on the US and Australian charts.
Thursday 9 Feb 2017 · Hope Breakfast with Laura and Duncan
For 12 years Rocky Seto helped coach the Seattle Seahawks American Football team to. Yet he believes knowing Jesus is better than winning the Super Bowl.
Monday 23 Jan 2017
Adopted by Australian parents, Saroo Brierly grew up with an unshakeable desire to find his original Indian home. He shares his remarkable story.