CHEAT SHEET: Fresh from the "They Knew This Was Coming" desk comes news that Darren Aronofsky's monolithic Russell Crowe boat movie Noah is hitting rough water in Muslim countries.
LISTEN: Gabriela Byrne talks to Denis Walter about her frightening “affair” with poker machines, how she has now recovered and is helping other people who are addicted.
LISTEN: Royalty graced the Melbourne airwaves this afternoon as Lucy Durack, Queen of Moomba, spoke with Denis Walter.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Our resident movie guru reviews the latest flicks: All Is Lost, Tracks, 3 Days To Kill and 300: Rise of An Empire.
WATCH: Jim Schembri interviewed JC Chandor, director of the remarkable survival drama All Is Lost.
BOB HART: Here is a way of preparing a simple and delicious hash - the favourite American left over dish, which is far simpler (and perhaps more delicious) than shepherd’s pie.
LISTEN: 27-year-old Melbourne born handbag designer Aimee Kestenberg is an Australian international success story, and is quickly becoming the talk of the fashion world.
LISTEN: With the snow barely settled after Sochi Games, winter Olympians Lydia Lassila, Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin and Torah Bright are already focussed on their next adrenalin-fuelled challenge.
Everybody loves a good movie poster. And everybody loves a good movie poster parody.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Get excited, people. The 86th Academy Awards are about to be handed out in what is unarguably one of the best line-ups of A-Grade films in recent memory.
LISTEN: Successful lawyer Gail Nash took a leap of faith in February last year and threw away her career in the hope of finding a job that would make her “heart sing”.
LISTEN: Pop star Paula Abdul reveals her secret to success.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Everyone's favourite middle-aged action man Liam Neeson is at it again in yet another enjoyable, disposable French-produced action flick.
LISTEN: The Australian surgeon who revealed to Billy Connolly he has Parkinson’s disease says he wasn’t sure whether the comedian already knew or not.
Alas, should the worst come to pass and Sandra Bullock be passed over for a Best Actress Oscar for her performance in Gravity, she can at least console herself with the fact that she's likely to pocket $70 million for her participation.
LISTEN: A mother is outraged after she was offered the option of retouching her children’s school photos, claiming it sent the wrong message to kids.
MONSTER MASH: Let's look at the other mash - sweet-potato mash which, properly executed, is the best and the most opulent mash of all.
LISTEN: Actress and singer Debra Byrne says playing Judy Moran in Channel Nine's Fat Tony & Co is a dream role.
NEW YORK: Australian actor Sam Worthington has been charged with assault after punching a photographer after he kicked girlfriend Lara Bingle in New York.
VIDEO, PHOTOS: The issues, the people and the future of Geelong.
MOVIES: Another week, another money-grubbing lawsuit. This time the target is Martin Scorsese's three-hour fun ride The Wolf of Wall Street.
LISTEN: A Melbourne woman’s business selling life-sized pillows of Hollywood heart throb Ryan Gosling is already making headlines around the world.
INTERVIEW: Wolf Creek 2 director Greg McLean speaks to Jim Schembri about why it's taken so long to make the sequel.
LISTEN: A Melbourne model is outraged after she was kicked off a job because her bum was 'too big'.
QUIZ: Take our 'have you been paying attention' quiz to test your current affairs knowledge from this week.
REVIEWS: If there's one major message at the core of Peter Berg's outstanding, realistic, fact-based war film it's that no amount of new-fangled military technology can take away from the brutality and human cost of frontline fighting.
VIDEO: Denis Walter invites Austin Powers to surprise the boys for Friday Lunch.
PHOTOS: It’s hard to surpass Tony Michael’s bear collection, he has so many teddies he could sleep with a different one every night... for two years.
FLICKS: Movie marvel Jim Schembri wraps up all the latest news from Tinsel Town.
For those with long memories, there are few things in life more frightening than the prospect of remaking the 1981 teen romantic film Endless Love.
PHOTO: A man who discovered a dead seal on Hampton beach believes it was shot.
LIST: With Valentine’s Day tomorrow, Denis Walter spoke with travel reporter Ben Groundwater to find out the world’s most unromantic travel destinations.
LISTEN: A woman looking online for a job yesterday says she was stunned when she came across an ad requesting a hitman.
LISTEN: Teen idol Bobby Rydell joins Denis Walter in the studio.
JIM SCHEMBRI: There are a lot of tough moments in this fact-based saga as a man wages war against bureaucracy, prejudice and his own mortality, but Dallas Buyers Club is ultimately an uplifting story of undying hope and unlikely heroism.
LISTEN: A couple in the US loves bacon so much so, they decided to have a bacon-themed wedding.
BOB HART: Hot curries are great for hot weather - they confuse our system and our bodies apply the cooling down levers. Try this chickpea curry this weekend.
PHOTO GALLERY: Recently on Afternoons with Denis Walter we invited listeners to call in and help cast the upcoming Gilligan's Island movie. Here are the results.
VIDEO: Chuck Berry is one incredibly brave man... Not rock 'n' roll pioneer and singer Chuck Berry, but New Zealand stuntman, base jumper and daredevil Chuck Berry.
VIDEO: A college student who attempted to disrupt a live weather cross got a swift knee to the bollocks for his trouble.
LISTEN: An upset mother tells of her shock after catching a stranger smacking her daughter in their local supermarket.
JIM SCHEMBRI: It's probably not the most alluring hook for a movie, but those eager to experience the deprivation and indignity of what it was like being a slave in the American South in the early 1800s will find no more compelling.
LISTEN: An Ocean Grove teen is making $10,000 a week from his online weight-loss tea business.
On Australia Day I will be cooking lamburgers, which are the sort of things we should be eating on our national day - especially if we give them a bit of a middle-eastern twist to reflect our multicultural values.
LISTEN: Toorak mum starts finishing school for young people fearing basic manners have been forgotten or worse, never taught.
BOB HART: This is Guy's stunning take on one of the world's great salads - panzanella
LISTEN: Singer songwriter Boz Scaggs joined Denis Walter in the studio this afternoon.
FEBFAST: A new study has found Australians are worried their bad habits have become addictions.
DENIS WALTER: The Abbott government is offering newlyweds $200 counselling vouchers to avoid marriage breakdowns. Why would newlyweds need marriage counselling?
VIDEO: London-based, Melbourne-born Nina Ferro joined Denis Walter in the studio to perform new track Turn to Stone.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Check out Jim Schembri's new release film reviews: The Wolf of Wall Street; Paranormal Activity - The Marked Ones; The Great Beauty; and Justin Bieber's Believe.
PHOTOS: VicRoads admits the section of the West Gate Bridge where five-metre cracks caused long traffic delays yesterday had only been resurfaced a year ago.
POETS BANNED: Songwriter and poet Joe Dolce, famous for the song ‘Shaddap You Face’ says he and many other poets have been silenced by one of Australia’s leading literary and cultural magazines.
WATCH: English musician Ryan Keen performs live on Afternoons with Denis Walter.
JIM SCHEMBRI: Check out Jim's latest movie reviews.
LISTEN: A man has broken two legs whilst looking at a topless woman on Bondi Beach.
ATTACK: Following a recent dog attack where a 'staffy' mauled a poodle, some people blame the victims owner for leaving her front door open.
LISTEN: An 80 year old Iranian hasn’t bathed in 60 years. What can that do for wellbeing?
LISTEN: Lost Melbourne is now found thanks to Melbourne man Jason Henderson.
LISTEN: More than 20 pianos will be placed across Melbourne for the public to use as part of the ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’ program.
PHOTO: Denis Walter says he's found Melbourne's most confusing parking sign.
WATCH: Actor and writer William McInnes joins Darren James in the studio.
LISTEN: Singer songwriter Greg Champion has written a song that Darren James says has "Freo written all over it".
LISTEN: The man best known as stealing Rhonda's affection chats with Denis Walter.
PHOTO: The Waaia Post Office could almost be mistaken for a child's cubby house it's so small.
JIM SCHEMBRI: The measure of whether a movie performance sinks or swims often comes down to how well the accent flies. If an actor has mastered a dialect, they're likely to get an Oscar; if not, they can end up as a punchline.
LISTEN: Geoffrey Rush chats with Denis Walter about his new film 'The Book Thief'.
WATCH: Check out the interview highlights with Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan.
WATCH: Let's just say the interview was 'doubly' entertaining.
SEYMOUR: A 91-year-old woman is the talk of Seymour right now after sinking a hole-in-one at the Seymour Golf Club.
WATCH: Veteran journalist Ray Martin joins Denis Walter in the studio.
PHOTO: Delta Goodrem has posted a letter to her ‘Voice Australia friends’ following the announcement she will not be returning to the hit show next season.
UPDATE: Ambulance Victoria has released a statement regarding today's incident at a dairy farm near Warragul, when nine people needed to be hospitalised after being overcome with fumes.
LISTEN: A relationship expert warns social media can be very dangerous when it comes to moving on from a break-up.
LISTEN: Eastern suburbs residents are angry with the state of their local park after finding hundreds of used condoms in "a number of sites".
LISTEN: A women’s advocate has condemned a Bathurst school following its decision to ban girls wearing shorts as part of their uniform.
WATCH: What better way to get into the Christmas spirit than a carol from Australia's very own Human Nature?
LISTEN: Singer Mahalia Barnes says she’s lost 30kg over the past year, claiming she started to feel “unhealthy”.
LISTEN: Denis Walter asks: What should you do if you get caught in the middle of a fight or an argument?
QUIZ: Tom Gleisner has started a new quiz show about the news of the week, titled Have you been paying attention? Denis Walter turned the tables on Gleisner this afternoon, asking him nine questions about what's happening in Australia.
DENIS WALTER: Denis Walter opened his show on Monday afternoon interviewing a man whose life has been saved twice by his wife in the past year.
LISTEN: Star of the internationally famous film 'The Exorcist' joins Denis Walter.
AFTERNOONS: A male breast cancer survivor feels men's breast cancer doesn't receive nearly as much attention as it should.
LISTEN: A desperate woman is offering a substantial amount of money to anyone who can find her a job.
IMAGE: Denis now has a beautiful oil painting - of himself.
LISTEN: After a controversial start, Samantha Armytage says viewers have embraced her as the new co-host of Channel Seven’s Sunrise.
PHOTO: Is this an appropriate placement of these two billboards?
LISTEN: Today show host Lisa Wilkinson is preparing to have a mammogram on live television after a US newsreader discovered she had breast cancer following her examination on Good Morning America.
WATCH: Television's funny man Tim Ferguson opens up about his battle with multiple sclerosis, falling in love with 'Cinderella' and teaching comedy.
LISTEN: Dawn Fraser tells Denis Walter today’s athletes have a lot to learn.
WATCH: Aussie music legend Mike Brady gets in the Melbourne Cup spirit singing 'That Tuesday in November' live in the studio.
SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE: A Mormon who left religion for love has told of her sexual awakening and the mixed response from family.
VIDEO: The talented Marina Prior joins Denis Walter and sings live in the studio.
WATCH: The talented and soulful Wendy Matthews performs live in the studio.
WATCH: Champion jockey Roy Higgins and veteran journalist Tony Bourke joined Denis Walter this afternoon ahead of Melbourne’s Spring Racing Carnival.
WATCH: Media buyer and philanthropist Harold Mitchell joins Denis Walter in the studio.
REVEWS: This week Jim reviews Prisoners, Mystery Road, About Time, In Bob we Trust and Patrick.
LISTEN: Music icon Helen Reddy is touring Australia next year but doesn't know where Melbourne's Hamer Hall is located.
JIM SCHEMBRI: On TV and Film, Richard Curtis has long proved himself one of the undisputed masters of British Comedy.
In 2013, Villa Maria partnered with 3AW to award a monthly Community Hero Award for someone who has overcome the odds to achieve their goals, or an inspiring individual who goes out of their way to make a difference.
WATCH VIDEO: Funnyman on his new comedy show in Melbourne
THE VOICE: As season 2 of The Voice AU debuted in front of 1.8 million fans, one voice stood out from the others. Melbourne Schoolboy Harrison Craig melted ears and hearts, delivering a stellar debut.
THE EAGLES: Eagles' frontman and six-time-Grammy-Award-winner Glenn Frey is coming to Melbourne and the legendary singer joined Denis Walter on Friday afternoon. Listen to his fascinating interview with Denis here.
LISTEN: A Victorian Mum has been crowned Miss Nude World 2013 in Ohio. The 36-year old 'fitness freak' with a passion for sewing joined Denis Walter on Thursday afternoon for a quick chat about the unusual contest and her victory last month.
SALLY & HER VIOLIN: Accomplished instrumentalist Sally Cooper joined Denis Walter in studio with her violin in hand to play an excerpt from her new album, 'Golden'.
VIDEO: Former James Bond girl Rachel Grant talked to Denis Walter in the 3AW Studio on Friday afternoon regarding her experience in the 2002 film Die Another Day starring Pierce Brosnan.
50 YEARS OF JAMES BOND: In honour of the 50th anniversary of James Bond, Australian actor and one-time Bond star George Lazenby joined Denis Walter in the studio on Thursday afternoon. Watch the fascinating interview here.
LIST: The touching Oscar-nominated French/Canadian classroom drama Monsieur Lazhar is the latest to feature the bumpy rides endured by substitute teachers. Here's our pick of six of the best.
FILM RELEASE: Australia's most famous dysfunctional Mother-daughter combination Kath & Kim joined Denis Walter this afternoon and gave listeners of taste of their upcoming film, Kath & Kimderella. Listen to the amusing interview here.
Shannon Lush is our resident natural product cleaning lady. Do you have any goo that needs removing? Any stubborn stains that won't budge? Shannon will have the answers! Listen to her latest segment now and leave a question for next time.
Jim Schembri is one of Australia's most respected film critics. Find out Jim's thoughts on the latest movies, interviews and more!
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VIDEO: Irish Aussie singer and songwriter Damien Leith joined Denis Walter in studio to chat about his new about 'Now and Then', upcoming tour and performed his song Beautiful.
Denis Walter takes calls on embarrssing family members.
AUDIO: Denis Walter and Billy Pinnell chatted with former Rolling Stones manager Sam Cutler on Friday. Sam offers some great insight into The rock n roll days of the Stones and discusses his new book. 'You can't always get what you want.'
VIDEO: Stunning singer Gurrumul joined Denis Walter for the second time on April 20 .. again, enjoy his amazing voice.
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