I often have the opportunity to work on many different shows for 612 ABC Brisbane as both presenter and producer. Here are some of my favourite pieces from my time behind the mic.

Starting with some promising new research and a chat with Katie Clift at the Cancer Council, I also get to talk with an inspirational cancer survivor with a story which includes beating stage four cancer, a car trip with Michael Douglas and a chopper ride with the Packers. Click through to listen here.

John Hocknull served as a Kiap in Papua New Guinea in the 70s and was there when they gained independence. He was policeman, judge, jailor, engineer, mayor and many other things to the villagers in his time there. Here his story of a different time here.

Is there such a thing as a modern Australian accent and, if there is, how and why has it changed over the years? Listen to the chat with Melissa Agnew here.

I love a good science chat. And if you throw in asteroids and space cannons, I’m there with bells on. Have a listen to some star stuff with Stuart Gary.

Marion English - March 13, 2016 - 10:51 am

Hello Kat
Sorry to have to ask this I should have been listening more closely but did not hear the name of the policewoman that you interviewed this morning 13/3/2016 around 10/11am my daughter lived in Blackall for quite awhile and I wanted to tell her about it as she now lives and works in Sharjar UAE
Thanks and await your reply
|Marion English
ps have 4 radios in different areas of the house all tuned to 612 even the dogs radio which we put on when we go out as have not long got him and he is a rescue dog and still has a lot of settling to do.

Paul Symons - August 26, 2016 - 2:31 pm

Hi Kat,
I wanted to thank you for a wonderful hour of radio between 1 and 2 pm on Friday 26 August. To you your farther and family thank you for sharing something so real and so personal.

Paul Symons

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