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Territory Talk, Monday 25 September

Morning host Peter Butler caught-up with Ray Martin and David Brill and reflected on days of yore with the award-winning journalists. The dynamic duo reminisced with stories of working together almost half a century ago.

As young newsmakers, they filed stories in an era when film ruled and meeting editorial deadlines from different time zones provided many challenges.  The pair were in town to host the Australian Cinematographers Society NT 2017 Awards.

Breakfast, Friday 22 September

There's heaps of cool stuff happening again in #Darwin for the October School Holidays 2017!

So this morning Mel invited Libby Larsen and her adorable boys, Rex and Jude, into the studio for a chat! Libby has done all the hard for you these school holidays!


Territory Talk, Thursday 21 September

With the proliferation of businesses masquerading as massage parlours in Darwin who offer extra services there is mounting pressure to legalise brothels in the Territory.  Legitimate therapeutic services are becoming increasingly frustrated with men calling their businesses with unsolicited requests for yes – happy endings.

Peter Butler talked with Alternative Bodywork director Chantelle Trebley about her concerns with the unwanted sexualisation of the remedial and wellbeing industry. Following the interview another bona fide business owner, Wendy Keyshott, called in expressing her frustration with similar calls and the need for government to respond. Present in the studio was Member for Fong Lim – Jeff Collins who responded to the caller’s concerns.

Territory Talk, Wednesday 20 September

For the Deputy Chief Minister’s weekly catch-up Nicole Manison talks with Peter Butler about the Facing North function and the challenges of stimulating the Territory’s flagging economy.


Photo credit: Hillary Wardhaugh

Territory Talk, Wednesday 20 September

Morning’s Peter Butler had a chat with Lipstick Under My Burkha actor Aahana Kumra who travelled from Bombay for the DIFF opening night that showcased her thought provoking film about the restrictive life some Indian women lead.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 19 September

Morning host Peter Butler caught up with Gerry Wood who was pontificating matters whilst on a walk around a rural paddock in the midwestern US state of Ohio. The Indie Member for Nelson espoused his views on marriage being an exclusive union between a man and a woman and that polygamist relationships are fine providing the gender balance - man and women or men and woman is maintained.

Breakfast, Tuesday 19 September

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation are a Children's Charity that enables Hospital and Health Services Staff to make an immediate and tangible difference to children in life changing situations.

They buy essential and often life-saving medical equipment in Paediatric Wards, Neonatal Units, Maternity and Emergency Departments in over 300 hospitals Australia-wide.

This morning Mel invited Ray Martin and Paul Francis in for a chat. 

Breakfast, Monday 18 September

Taking place in the last month of Darwins heavenly dry season, the Darwin International Film Festival (DIFF) is an annual program of films and special events over 11 luscious Top End Nights, from 14-24 September in 2017. This morning Mel invited Tim Parish into the studio to discuss the exciting shows and events. 

Territory Talk, Friday 15 September

The Friday forum with panel Dr Chris Burns, Sue Fraser-Adams, Gary Shipway and host Peter Butler discuss the issues of the ongoing issues of anti-social behaviour across the Territory and the continued calls for a whole of government and community approach to tackle the ugly recurring motif that affects all concerned.


Territory Talk, Friday 15 September

The Friday forum with panel Dr Chris Burns, Sue Fraser-Adams, Gary Shipway and host Peter Butler discuss the Territory’s (and every other Australian jurisdiction’s) need for handouts from the Commonwealth and alternate ways the NT can economically prosper.