Entertainment - Q Radio
While onboard, tune into our Q Radio channels, including:
Talking Business* with Alan Kohler (January)
Alan Kohler is the founder of Business Spectator, a business news and financial commentary website. He is also the ABC's finance reporter and founder of the online investing publication Eureka Report. This month the featured theme is Best Of 2014. Alan's guests include:
|David Thodey |
CEO of Telstra. He joins the show to discuss the NBN, how Telstra are investing in the future, their growth and acquisitions.
|Margie Warrell |
Forbes columnist, keynote speaker and media commentator and author of the book Stop Playing Safe.
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|Andrew Crossley |
Principal of the Australian Property Advisory Group, and author of the book Property Investment Made Simple.
|Margaret Heffernan |
CEO, entrepreneur and author of The Bigger Prize.
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|Mark Strom |
Studied theology, philosophy and history, culminating in a PhD in the history of ideas.
|Jane Caro |
Freelance copywriter, lecturer, author and media commentator.
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|Jason Fox |
Motivational strategy and design expert, and author of the book The Game Changer.
|Katie Lehay |
Managing Director, Australiasia, of Korn Ferry, a business that specialises in executive recruitment and leadership development programs.
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|Innes Wilox |
Chief Executive of the Australian Industry Group.
|Alison Michalk |
CEO and Founder of Quiip, a global leader in online community management and moderation services.
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|Chris Ridd |
Managing Director for Xero, a leading cloud accounting solution.
|Dr. Peter Fuda |
One of Australia’s most prolific agents of change and transformation for businesses, through his business The Alignment Partnership.
Rock on Q with Danny Clayton
Cool tunes and the latest and greatest in the world of rock.
- 'Morning Glory' by Oasis
- 'My Desire' by Interpol
- 'Rollin' And Tumblin'' by The Gaslight Anthem
- 'Spirit In The Sky' by Norman Greenbaum
- 'Moonage Daydream' by David Bowie
- 'No Shows' by Gerard Way
- 'Easy Money' by Johnny Marr
- 'Apeman' by The Kinks
- 'Gotta Get Away' by The Black Keys
- 'Bad To The Bone' by George Thorogood & The Destroy
- 'Figure It Out' by Royal Blood
- 'Forever' by Iceage
- 'How Soon Is Now' by The Smiths
- 'American Dream Plan B' by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
- 'Good Golly Miss Molly' by Little Richard
- 'Motherless Children' by Eric Clapton
- 'Gimme Something Good' by Ryan Adams
- 'Shake It' by Steve Smyth
- 'Enter Sandman' by Metallica
- 'Lay Down Your Guns (Feat. The Living End)' by Jimmy Barnes
- 'I Was Made For Loving You' by Kiss
- 'Welcome To The Jungle' by Guns n Roses
- 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' by Nirvana
- 'Cellophane' by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
- 'I Can Feel That You Don't Love Me' by Kingswood
- 'Right On Satellite' by Superfood
- 'Peace Frog/Blue Sunday' by The Doors
- 'That'll Be The Day' by Buddy Holly
- 'Merchandise' by Little Killer
| | Billboard with Rosie Beaton
Top of the charts music featuring the latest mainstream hits.
- 'The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)' by U2
- 'Take Me Over (feat. SAFIA)' by Peking Duk
- 'Crave You (Radio Edit)' by Flight Facilities Feat. Giselle
- 'Can I Get A Moment' by Jessica Mauboy
- 'Break The Rules' by Charli XCX
- 'L.A.LOVE (la la)' by Fergie
- 'Two Bodies feat. Emma Louise' by Flight Facilities
- 'Every Other Freckle' by Alt-J
- 'Steal My Girl' by One Direction
- 'Why Do You Feel feat.Bishop Nehru' by Flight Facilities
- 'Yellow Flicker Beat (From the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1)(Radio Edit)' by Lorde
- 'In Your Arms (Radio Edit)' by Nico & Vinz
- 'Sunshine feat. Reggie Watts' by Flight Facilities
- 'the Days' by Avicii
- 'Bang Bang' by Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj
- 'Thinking Out Loud' by Ed Sheeran
- 'Say My Name' by ODESZA
- 'i' by Kendrick Lamar
- 'You Are the One' by Safia
- 'You Ruin Me' by The Veronicas
- 'I'm Not The Only One Ft. A$AP ROCKY' by Sam Smith
- 'Blame' by Calvin Harris Feat. John Newman
- 'All I See' by Bondax
- 'Prayer in C' by Lilly Wood & Robin Schulz
- 'Let Your Hair Down' by Magic!
- 'Oh Cecelia (Breaking My Heart)' by The Vamps
- 'Water Came Down' by Rosie Lowe
Additional channels include:
- The Qantas Selection
- ARIA - with Robbie Buck
- Classics - with Angela Catterns
- The Smile High Club
- Jazz with James - with James Morrison
- Big Country - with The O'Sheas
- The Crossroads - with Lionel Cole
- The Spirit - with Clare Bowditch
- Oasis - Flute Spirit
- Concert Hall - with Guy Noble
- Retro Hits
- Latin America
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* Audio podcasts of Talking Business are available to download as a service to Qantas customers and are strictly for personal use only. The audio are protected by copyright and cannot be altered, republished or used for any commercial purpose. The audio files can be played through your computer's media player or through iTunes. iTunes is a free download from Apple