Download our free 104.1 iPhone and iPad app
104.1 Home

Podcasts

Missed your favorite show? Download or listen online to all the best bits.
Territory Talk, Monday 6 March

For his fortnightly catch-up Chief Minister Michael Gunner talks with Peter Butler about a report card issued by the NT News grading his government’s performance over its first six months in office.

Mr Gunner responded to calls from 1 Territory’s president Braedon Earley to immediately amend sections of the Bail Act in an effort to address the increasing levels of juvenile crime affecting all regions across the Territory,

The Chief also corrected the host on how to correctly pronounce Farar.

Territory Talk, Thursday 2 March

Speaker of the House Kezia Purick talks with Peter Butler about the recent NT Governance Summit, the need for political donation law reform and Nelson independent MLA Gerry Woods’ claim the Labor government is deliberately withholding 142 submissions in response to the Discussion Paper on the Termination of Pregnancy Laws in an attempt to censure legitimate information being available to MLA’s and the public.

Territory Talk, Thursday 2 March

Plants are mainly multicellular, predominantly photosynthetic eukaryotes of the kingdom Plantae according to wilipedia. Resident gardener Helmut Shimmel wondered if vegetables feel pain when you cut them. Do plants have feelings?  In search of a definitive answer Morning host Peter butler talks with Dr Olivier Van Aken about research that reveals plants are sensory creations with the ability to adapt to change and modify their behaviour.

Dr Van Aken has discovered when plants are patted or touched that they are highly aware of what is happening to them. The study, published in the journal Plant Physiology, suggests that this touch response may prepare a plant to defend itself from danger or take advantage of changes in the weather.

Territory Talk, Monday 27 February

Northern correspondent for the Australian Amos Aikman reflects on CDU NT Governance conference with host Peter Butler and questions what self-government has done for the Territory beyond the infamous Berrimah line that imaginary line separating Darwin from the rest of Territory: many opine issues beyond the Berrimah line don't count.

Territory Talk, Monday 27 February

Following an all-night vigil at his Deck Bar an exhausted and frustrated Jason Hannah talks with Peter Butler about the almost continuous wave of break-ins, theft and property damage and the detrimental effect that is having on his operations, his staff and him personally.  Is enough, enough?  Is it time for the local businessman to call it a day and close his businesses?

Territory Talk, Monday 27 February

Peter Butler hosts the Friday Forum with Jason Hanna – businessman, publican and restaurateur, Mick Palmer – former NT politician and City of Darwin alderman and Ashley Manicaros – Business editor from the NT News.

The Forum discuss the recurring motif of high levels of property crime in the Top End and examine solutions to tackle an issue that affects the whole community – with business and residents not spared the physical and psychological effects of incessant drunken anti-social behaviour and continuous break-ins.

 

 

Territory Talk, Monday 27 February

Peter Butler hosts the Friday Forum with Jason Hanna – businessman, publican and restaurateur, Mick Palmer – former NT politician and City of Darwin alderman and Ashley Manicaros – Business editor from the NT News.

The Forum discuss the recurring motif of high levels of property crime in the Top End and examine solutions to tackle an issue that affects the whole community – with business and residents not spared the physical and psychological effects of incessant drunken anti-social behaviour and continuous break-ins.

 

 

Territory Talk, Monday 27 February

Peter Butler hosts the Friday Forum with Jason Hanna – Businessman, publican and restaurateur, Mick Palmer – former NT politician and City of Darwin alderman and Ashley Manicaros – Business editor from the NT News.

The Forum discuss the recurring motif of high levels of property crime in the Top End and examine solutions to tackle an issue that affects the whole community – with business and residents not spared the physical and psychological effects of incessant drunken anti-social behaviour and continuous break-ins.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 21 February

Justice Rachel Pepper, chair of the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory outlines for listeners the selected panel’s key objectives and invites Territorians to be a part of a month long series of seminars and forums.

Territory Talk, Tuesday 21 February

NT Director of the Australian Petroleum Producers and Exporters Association, Matt Doman talks with Peter Butler about the association’s preliminary meeting with Justice Rachel Pepper, chair of the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory.