12:30 MONDAY: Tim joined 3AW's football team in 2010 & has been broadcasting VFL/AFL football for over 31 years. His broadcast of the 2010 drawn Grand Final between Collingwood & St Kilda was his 26th Grand Final call.
12:30 MONDAY: Mark has worked in radio for several years and is currently the panel operator on the Afternoon and Drive shows on 3AW. His passion though is footy history. Have a question for the Footy Tragics? Email email@example.com
1:15 MONDAY: Always full of travel information, Scott works at APT Touring and helps vacationers make sure they get the best out of their holiday. http://www.aptouring.com.au or 1300 391 620.
1:45 MONDAY: Gerald is a community pharmacist & medical herbalist who integrates complementary and prescribed medicines. He discusses health options & takes questions from listeners. Visit www.geraldquigley.com
2:00 MONDAY: As TV critic with the Sunday Age, Melinda Houston spends far too much time in front of the box. Luckily, she really believes that television is good for you and enjoys nothing more than watching, writing and talking about it.
2:35 MONDAY: Glenn is a professional speaker, Mensa member & expert educator. He's best known for 'Thinking Caps', a collection of imaginative, amusing and moving stories about the way we live and learn. Visit www.glenncapelli.com
2:35 MONDAY: Get Reading! is Australia's largest annual celebration of books and reading. In 2011 Get Reading! runs from 24 August to 30 September, and encourages all Australians to pick up a book, put up their feet and get reading! Cheryl joins Denis fortnightly.
12:35 TUESDAY: 'Hitch',as he's affectionately known, is the presenter on Channel 9's News. Peter has been bringing Melburnians their news for over 30 years and each week he joins Denis to discuss issues that strike at the heart of Melbourne.
1:00 TUESDAY: An accredited practising dietitian, Karen Inge is well known as the nutrition writer for Women's Weekly. She won the Food Media Club Award for Best Nutrition Writer for her book 'Let's Eat Right! For Families'. Visit kareninge.com.au
1:35 TUESDAY: Billy joined 3AW in December 1997 after working as music programmer / presenter at various stations. He loves 3AW, co-hosting Blast from the Past and being a regular on Denis Walter’s program. A lifelong Collingwood supporter, Billy wants to persuade Denis to start supporting the Pies!
2:20PM TUESDAY: Jim Schembri is a feature writer, film reviewer and cultural commentator. In his own time, Jim loves to write, read, watch TV, catch mice, sing in the spa, talk on the phone and collect Star Wars toys. Jim joins Denis fortnightly.
2:20 TUESDAY: After seven years at The Age, Turner switched to a freelance career. He contributes news, features, reviews, blogs and podcasts to various business and consumer technology publications and joins Denis once a month.
2:40PM TUESDAY: Paul Sumner started in the auction business at the age of 15 in England. Paul came to Australia in 1987 and has worked at Rushton Fine Art, Christie's Australia and was the youngest Managing Director of Sotheby's. He was the presenter in Antiques Roadshow's Australian series.
2:45 THURSDAY: Dr Jack Ayerbe has been a veterinarian for over 30 years. His passion for as long as he can remember has been animals and he has been lucky enough to have been able to serve animals over a long career.
1:45PM WEDNESDAY: Prime Minister's Environmentalist of the Year and Melbourne City Councillor Arron Wood is an expert in environmental sustainability and has been advisor to local, state and federal governments on environmental issues. Arron is the weekly environmental reporter.
2:00PM WEDNESDAY: Dr Marco Bonollo graduated from Melbourne’s Monash University with Honours in 1990. He is a full-time general, renal and chronic disease management physician at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital.
2:35 WEDNEDAY: George McEnroe is a mother of four kids. Enough said! After juggling kids, work and play, she has plenty of real life experiences to share with her audiences. Her direct manner, quick humour, warmth and approachability have made her an audience favourite.
12:35PM THURSDAY: After spending twenty years working abroad, Bob returned to Australia in 1987 and began to specialise in food writing. He has written food and restaurant columns for Melbourne’s Herald Sun, and for specialist magazines.
1:30PM THURSDAY: Angela Pippos is an journalist, television presenter and author. Angela began her career as a researcher and reporter with ABC Television in her hometown of Adelaide. Each week Angela discusses issues that have caught her eye from the week's news.
2PM THURSDAY: Ask a question about any car in Australian showrooms and 3AW Afternoons expert Paul Gover will probably know the answer. He is Australia's leading motoring journalist and has been driving, testing - occasionally racing - and writing about cars and the car industry for more than 30 years.
2:35PM THURSDAYS: Paul Harris has been director of the St Kilda Film Festival since 1999, a professional film reviewer for over 30 years, authored several books. He lectures part-time at Swinburne University Film School and operated his own cinema Liberty, Brunswick.
12:40 FRIDAY: A significant contributor to The Age, Gourmet Traveller/WINE, show judge, educator and all around good gal, Jane is held in the highest regard by the industry and consumers alike, and always offers invaluable insights into the world of wine.
2PM FRIDAY: Film historian, presenter, writer, publicist and film restoration and preservationist, James Sherlock, has been a cinema industry veteran for over four decades. Don;t miss his recommendations.
2:35PM FRIDAY: Barry Plant is the CEO of the Barry Plant Group and a leading auctioneer in Melbourne. The Barry Plant Group has 80 franchised offices in Melbourne, Geelong and regional Victoria. Each fortnight Barry discusses the latest issues in real estate.