The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights

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The Ray Hadley Morning Show: Highlights


The Ray Hadley Morning Show With Luke Grant: Wednesday July 1st HIGHLIGHTS

June 30th, 2015

Episode 673 of 1997 episodes

Listen to the The Ray Hadley Morning Show with Luke Grant Highlights for Wednesday July 1.NSW Corrective Services Minister David Elliott talks to Luke in the wake of the Melbourne Prison riot, ahead of the smoking ban in NSW prisonsLuke plays audio of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten saying is unaware of the merger between Customs and Immigration, otherwise known as the Australian Border ForceAstrophysicist Dr David Parkinson from the University of Queensland talks to Luke following the leap second added at 9.59amVictorian prison officer Steve tells Luke giving inmates a smoking room is impractical and there are not enough staff to police where they can smokeLuke reveals Labor definitely knew about the ABF, detailing two media appearances by Shadow Minister Richard Marles addressing the topicNSW Fair Trade Commissioner Rod Stowe follows up on the case of an elderly man who was ripped off by an erectile dysfunction companyLuke plays audio of new Australian Border Force Commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg confirming Labor have been consulted for the past year about the new ABFLuke reads a statement from Bill Shorten’s office claiming he “misheard” a question about the Australian Border ForceInternational animal trainer Zelie Bullen goes through what it takes to train animals for movies after a woman was bitten by a monkey on the set of Pirates Of The CaribbeanChannel Nine’s Erin Molan joins Luke in the studio to discuss her interview with rugby league player James Ackerman’s family on the day of his funeral