Freshly Doug June 17
A sad day today as we remember our friend, colleague and mentor Addam Stobbs, who passed away suddenly on Tuesday night. Weíll be devoting the last half hour of the show to pay tribute to the enormous contribution he made here at Joy and in the lives of so many people.
TALES FROM THE ISA
But first weíll kick off with a report from Daniel Witthaus as he continues his 38 week tour, challenging homophobia around Australia. This week Ė tales from The Isa.
Itís Menís Health Week, and author Greg Millan has launched his new book Menís health & wellbeing: an a-z guide, the first comprehensive Australian book to address menís health in the context of menís lives: their physical, emotional, social, psychological, spiritual and cultural environments. We shall see.
India has become one of the new global powerhouses, and as the country emerges into the front ranks, gay Indians are also becoming more visible and prominent. Parmesh Shahani wrote the book Gay Bombay.
My special guest on Digging Deeper today is Victorian Labor MP Tony Lupton, member for Prahran and Secretary to the state cabinet He joins me at 10.
NEWS & LEGALS
Our Legal Eagle Kristina Antoniades, from Nicholes Family Law will be here in the studio, and Sydney Star Observer and Southern Star journalist Andrew Potts will be calling in with the latest from the Emerald City.
ADDAM STOBBS - A FOND FAREWELL
And to close todayís show, Will Conyers joins me as we say remember a good friend and colleague, Addam Stobbs, presenter of Allegro Non Troppo, and a pillar of this radio station, who passed away suddenly Tuesday night. His sharp tongue and even sharper insight will be sorely missed.
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