Entertainment - Q Radio
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Talking Business* with Alan Kohler (March)
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's featured theme is Gen Y.
Alan's guests include:
|Dwayne Martens |
Founder of Amazonia, one of the largest food suppliers and health brands in Australia.
|Brent Grundy |
Owner and CEO of Flip Out, an indoor trampoline franchise.
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|Ben Handler |
Co-founder of Cohen Handler, Australia’s leading property buyer’s agency group.
|Michael Kenny |
Chief executive of the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW, discusses the annual Royal Easter Show, in Sydney 26th March - 8th April 2015.
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|Jack Delosa |
Entrepreneur, founder and MD of The Entourage and BRW Young Rich List Member.
|Kate Costello |
Managing director of Governance Matters, a board and director development agency.
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|Jan Pacas |
Managing director of Hilti, a manufacturer and supplier of specialised tools and fastening systems for professional users.
|Samuel Tate |
Growth strategist for CoinJar, a global personal finance company where people can easily buy and spend bitcoin and other currencies.
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|Jason T Smith |
Entrepreneur, author, speaker, physiotherapist and founder of Back In Motion Health Group.
|Ash Davies |
Founder and CEO of Tablo, a premium self-publishing community where you can connect with readers while you write your book.
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|David Hickey |
Australia and New Zealand director of Meltwater, a company that helps businesses drive growth and build brands.
|Nick Austin |
CEO and founder of Divvy Parking, a business that applies the collaborative consumption model to inner-city parking.
A selection of music sourced exclusively for Qantas listeners
- 'Dancing With Myself' by Nouvelle Vague
- 'Seasons (Waiting On You)' by Future Islands
- 'One Of These Things First' by Nick Drake
- 'Take Me To Church' by Hozier
- 'Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks' by The National
- 'Sing To THe Moon' by Laura Mvula
- 'Luna' by Bombay Bicycle Club
- 'No You Girls' by Franz Ferdinand
- 'The Snake Charmer' by The Fabric
- 'Pretty Girls' by Little Dragon
- 'Coffee' by Sylvan Esso
- 'The Walk' by Mayer Hawthorne
- 'Summer Sun' by Koop
- 'Travelling Song' by Quantic & Alice Russell With The Combo Barbaro
- 'From Above' by Ben Folds & Nick Hornby
- '1957' by Milo Greene
- 'Roll up Your Sleeves' by Meg Mac
- 'Swim' by Fickle Friends
- 'Wah Ha' by Lisa Mitchell
- '1000 Miles Per Hour' by Ok Go
- '40 Mark Strasse' by The Shins
- 'Bad Girls (Verdine Version)' by Solange
- 'Streamers' by Brous
- 'Southern Sun' by Boy & Bear
- 'Everlasting Love' by Jamie Callum
- 'No Rest For The Wicked' by Lykke Li
- 'A Magazine Called Sunset' by Wilco
- 'First Light' by Django Django
- 'I'm Callin' by Tennis
- 'Leaving Los Feliz' by Mark Ronson
| | Billboard with Rosie Beaton
Top of the charts music featuring the latest mainstream hits.
- 'Living For Love' by Madonna
- 'Beg For It' by Iggy Azalea ft. MØ
- 'I Don't Want To Break Your Heart' by Sahara Beck
- 'Time' by Mikky Ekko
- 'Masterpiece' by Jessie J
- 'Revolution Indifference (feat. Run The Jewels)' by Until The Ribbon Breaks
- 'Yours' by Ella Henderson
- 'Sun Goes Down' by Robin Schulz feat. Jasmine Thompson
- 'Style' by Taylor Swift
- 'Nothing Really Matters' by Mr Probz
- 'I Loved You' by Blonde ft. Melissa Steele
- 'Cool Kids' by Echosmith
- 'The Light feat. Denai Moore' by SBTRKT
- 'Pray To God' by Calvin Harris
- '6 Words' by Wretch 32
- 'Only One' by Kanya West
- 'Cheerleader' by OMI
- 'Apparently' by J.Cole
- 'Yesterday feat Bebe Rexha' by David Guetta
- 'Take Me To the Church' by Hozier
- 'Ready For The Good Life' by Paloma Faith
- 'Walk' by Kwabs
- 'Can't Stop Dancin' by Becky G
- 'I'm an Albatraoz' by Aronchupa
- 'Lips Are Movin' by Meghan Trainor
- 'Hotel Ceiling' by Rixton
- 'Time Of Our Life' by Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo
- 'You're On' by Madeon
- 'Spark The Fire' by Gwen Stefani
- 'Jealous' by Labrinth
Additional channels include:
- Rock On Q with Danny Clayton
- 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