Water & Mental Health - They kind of go hand in hand really.
We have special guest, Rob Albanese in to have a chat with Ali Cupper about the water situation right now. Rob sits on the Lower Murray Water Strategic Advisory Committee and has a lot of facts and figures to talk about. If you'd like to have a look at the data he's playing with, click here.
It's a long chat because Donny wouldn't get off the phone, but one you can learn A LOT from and we actually applaud Ali for being so frank and honest with us. How refreshing from a politician, but it is the way it has to be and we appreciate it so it's well worth the listen.
We also have Quentin (Norto) back in to talk about the Suicide Prevention Network which is being set up in Robinvale and of course Osher's visit next week and he does confirm that we will have him on the podcast next week. In fact, he will be the podcast prior to his appearence in Robinvale next week.
We have a copy of his book "Back, after the break" to give away and Jade talks about how it's the most important book about mental health she has ever read. Sign up to our website to go in the draw.
Kato is in to talk about what's in this week's edition of the Robinvale Sentinel and deliver her news in Tongan.
... also, Donny's magpie has been "relocated". I'm not sure what that actually means and I don't want to know. Tell me no secrets and I'll tell you no lies.