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The Wright Talk

Oliver and Annabelle Wright

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Hosted by siblings Oliver, Annabelle and Alice, The Wright Talk is a podcast produced with the intent to entertain and inform. Each episode will feature an interview. There will be jokes, interesting facts and reviews. Please give us a 5-star review and send any suggestions for guests and topics to thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com.

Latest Episodes

My Life - Don Norman

Another episode we recorded when we were travelling in Arizona. We spoke to our mum's dad (our Grandpa). Grandpa talks to us about his childhood in Saskatchewan and about studying to be a veterinarian. This is another enjoyable episode. What is the fastest growing sport in the world? (Hint: it is named after a dog). Enjoy! Like us? Then rate us! (Please!) Comments? Suggestions? email thewrightalkpodcast@gmail.com.

31 MIN2019 JAN 27
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My Life - Don Norman

My Life - Carol Norman

After a long delay, we recorded an episode when we were travelling in Arizona. We spoke to our mum's mum (our Grandma). From her rural upbringing to her work as a doctor in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, she has lived a very interesting life. We learnt a lot during our recording, and our mum did too. Enjoy! Like us? Then rate us! (Please!) Comments? Suggestions? email thewrightalkpodcast@gmail.com.

39 MIN2019 JAN 27
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My Life - Carol Norman

Remembrance Day and the meaning of Christmas

After a week off, the kids chat today about their passions. Oliver loves history so he explains the significance of Remembrance Day. Annabelle waxes lyrical about Christmas and both kids then get a first aid lesson from their little sister. Enjoy. The kids are keen (desperate?) for guests or topics for the show. Please send any ideas to thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com. They can do interviews over the phone if you want to make an appearance.

33 MIN2018 NOV 18
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Remembrance Day and the meaning of Christmas

Camp Quality, Kiddyhawk Mud Run and the SCREAM!

After a few weeks off, Annabelle is interviewed by Cristy in this episode. She talks about her recent Camp Quality experience as well as today's Kiddyhawk mud run. Alice offers her usual insights as well. Disclaimer: at around the 20:30 mark Alice lets out a blood-curdling scream. We can reassure you that she is fine.

28 MIN2018 NOV 4
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Camp Quality, Kiddyhawk Mud Run and the SCREAM!

The Prestigious Alex La Rossa

In this, the second part of our interview with Alex, we discover more about what motivates him and how he has influenced childhood cancer education. (Hint: he has his own Medikids comic!) What is his favourite movie, food and dessert? How would he change the world if he could time travel? After 6 weeks (Dad was a bit slack one week) and 5 guests, we say goodbye to our Childhood Cancer Awareness Month series. Until next year! Email us: thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com. Leave a review, give us 5 stars! (Please!)

18 MIN2018 OCT 12
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The Prestigious Alex La Rossa

Alex La Rossa and the Schnitz Cancer Project

This is the first part of a two part interview with Alex La Rossa. In this episode we will be speaking about the positives of being in hospital with cancer. We asked him about his favourite sports, movies, foods and his plans for the future. Alex is a passionate individual who survived cancer (ALL at age 13) and is doing his best to make a difference in the lives of cancer sufferers and survivors. He was recognised for his efforts with the award of 2018 Young Leader Award by The Kid' Cancer Project. Suggestions or comments? Send them to thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com and leave a review here on on iTunes!

20 MIN2018 OCT 4
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Alex La Rossa and the Schnitz Cancer Project

Luke, Charlotte and Nicholas Forwood

In this episode, we interviewed Luke, Charlotte and Nicholas Forwood. Below is the information provided by their Mum, who was also part of the interview. In 2013, when Nicholas was 2 years old he was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma Stage IV, High Risk and underwent treatment for the next 18 months at Westmead Children's Hospital. At the start he was given a 50% chance of survival and as treatment progressed his chances of survival decreased, although his cancer was responding to treatment it was not as well as the doctors hoped. Luke and Charlotte really wanted to do something for their little brother and so decided to do a head shave to raise money in his honour, knowing that the money that they raised would not benefit Nicholas but would go towards helping future families and kids. This head shave turned into a passion for raising both funds and awareness about childhood cancer, for all of us! There have been newspaper, TV and website interviews; speeches at charity events, school an...

23 MIN2018 SEP 23
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Luke, Charlotte and Nicholas Forwood

Zachary Rowney - Fundraising for Science

In this, our second episode for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we interviewed Zach Rowney. (http://www.thekidscancerproject.org.au/stories/february-2018/wonder-boys). Zach is an amazing 10-year-old who was inspired to raise money for the Kids' Cancer Project After losing a close friend and neighbour. Zach continues to encourage others to give money and time to help find a cure for cancer. Later this month, on the 27th of September, he is hosting a fundraising dinner at Table 426 in Corrimal (http://table426.com.au/). Everyone is invited, tickets are $80 per head. For more info, contact us at thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com or see the show photo. Zach is also an active recycler and all proceeds go to The Kids Cancer Project. Last year he raised over $5000 walking from Thirroul to Wollongong. Zach has a big future ahead of him and his attitude and message put most adults to shame. Enjoy the episode, it's a great one. Suggestions? Complaints? Tell us! thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com

17 MIN2018 SEP 9
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Zachary Rowney - Fundraising for Science

James Rutten and Superkids Superheroes

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We are very pleased and honoured to be able to present some interviews with amazing people who have played an important role in others' cancer journey. Our first guest is James Rutten. James is 9 years old and lives in Western Australia. Earlier this year James walked the 41km Bibbulmun Track to raise over $7100 to help kids with cancer. (https://charityfundraiser.everydayhero.com/au/james-2) He was inspired to do so after losing his mate Declan to neuroblastoma in 2017. http://www.thekidscancerproject.org.au/stories/february-2018/wonder-boys (James appears on this page along with next week's guest Zach Rowney). At the time of uploading this episode, James is participating in Superkids Superheroes, a 600km motorised scooter challenge in rural Western Australia, from Bridgetown to Perth (https://youtu.be/PiHDHVocG8Q). This charity ride donates 100% of funds raised to the Kids Cancer Project. (http://www.thekidscancerproject.org.au/donate...

16 MIN2018 SEP 2
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James Rutten and Superkids Superheroes

My Life - Lorraine Wright

We interview our Ouma (grandmother). We learned a lot about her early life in South Africa and how she came to live in Australia. Who is her favourite child? What advice does she have for grandparents and what is her saddest moment? As always, please rate us, leave a comment and send all suggestions for topics, segments and questions to thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks!

21 MIN2018 AUG 26
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My Life - Lorraine Wright

Latest Episodes

My Life - Don Norman

Another episode we recorded when we were travelling in Arizona. We spoke to our mum's dad (our Grandpa). Grandpa talks to us about his childhood in Saskatchewan and about studying to be a veterinarian. This is another enjoyable episode. What is the fastest growing sport in the world? (Hint: it is named after a dog). Enjoy! Like us? Then rate us! (Please!) Comments? Suggestions? email thewrightalkpodcast@gmail.com.

31 MIN2019 JAN 27
Comments
My Life - Don Norman

My Life - Carol Norman

After a long delay, we recorded an episode when we were travelling in Arizona. We spoke to our mum's mum (our Grandma). From her rural upbringing to her work as a doctor in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, she has lived a very interesting life. We learnt a lot during our recording, and our mum did too. Enjoy! Like us? Then rate us! (Please!) Comments? Suggestions? email thewrightalkpodcast@gmail.com.

39 MIN2019 JAN 27
Comments
My Life - Carol Norman

Remembrance Day and the meaning of Christmas

After a week off, the kids chat today about their passions. Oliver loves history so he explains the significance of Remembrance Day. Annabelle waxes lyrical about Christmas and both kids then get a first aid lesson from their little sister. Enjoy. The kids are keen (desperate?) for guests or topics for the show. Please send any ideas to thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com. They can do interviews over the phone if you want to make an appearance.

33 MIN2018 NOV 18
Comments
Remembrance Day and the meaning of Christmas

Camp Quality, Kiddyhawk Mud Run and the SCREAM!

After a few weeks off, Annabelle is interviewed by Cristy in this episode. She talks about her recent Camp Quality experience as well as today's Kiddyhawk mud run. Alice offers her usual insights as well. Disclaimer: at around the 20:30 mark Alice lets out a blood-curdling scream. We can reassure you that she is fine.

28 MIN2018 NOV 4
Comments
Camp Quality, Kiddyhawk Mud Run and the SCREAM!

The Prestigious Alex La Rossa

In this, the second part of our interview with Alex, we discover more about what motivates him and how he has influenced childhood cancer education. (Hint: he has his own Medikids comic!) What is his favourite movie, food and dessert? How would he change the world if he could time travel? After 6 weeks (Dad was a bit slack one week) and 5 guests, we say goodbye to our Childhood Cancer Awareness Month series. Until next year! Email us: thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com. Leave a review, give us 5 stars! (Please!)

18 MIN2018 OCT 12
Comments
The Prestigious Alex La Rossa

Alex La Rossa and the Schnitz Cancer Project

This is the first part of a two part interview with Alex La Rossa. In this episode we will be speaking about the positives of being in hospital with cancer. We asked him about his favourite sports, movies, foods and his plans for the future. Alex is a passionate individual who survived cancer (ALL at age 13) and is doing his best to make a difference in the lives of cancer sufferers and survivors. He was recognised for his efforts with the award of 2018 Young Leader Award by The Kid' Cancer Project. Suggestions or comments? Send them to thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com and leave a review here on on iTunes!

20 MIN2018 OCT 4
Comments
Alex La Rossa and the Schnitz Cancer Project

Luke, Charlotte and Nicholas Forwood

In this episode, we interviewed Luke, Charlotte and Nicholas Forwood. Below is the information provided by their Mum, who was also part of the interview. In 2013, when Nicholas was 2 years old he was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma Stage IV, High Risk and underwent treatment for the next 18 months at Westmead Children's Hospital. At the start he was given a 50% chance of survival and as treatment progressed his chances of survival decreased, although his cancer was responding to treatment it was not as well as the doctors hoped. Luke and Charlotte really wanted to do something for their little brother and so decided to do a head shave to raise money in his honour, knowing that the money that they raised would not benefit Nicholas but would go towards helping future families and kids. This head shave turned into a passion for raising both funds and awareness about childhood cancer, for all of us! There have been newspaper, TV and website interviews; speeches at charity events, school an...

23 MIN2018 SEP 23
Comments
Luke, Charlotte and Nicholas Forwood

Zachary Rowney - Fundraising for Science

In this, our second episode for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we interviewed Zach Rowney. (http://www.thekidscancerproject.org.au/stories/february-2018/wonder-boys). Zach is an amazing 10-year-old who was inspired to raise money for the Kids' Cancer Project After losing a close friend and neighbour. Zach continues to encourage others to give money and time to help find a cure for cancer. Later this month, on the 27th of September, he is hosting a fundraising dinner at Table 426 in Corrimal (http://table426.com.au/). Everyone is invited, tickets are $80 per head. For more info, contact us at thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com or see the show photo. Zach is also an active recycler and all proceeds go to The Kids Cancer Project. Last year he raised over $5000 walking from Thirroul to Wollongong. Zach has a big future ahead of him and his attitude and message put most adults to shame. Enjoy the episode, it's a great one. Suggestions? Complaints? Tell us! thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com

17 MIN2018 SEP 9
Comments
Zachary Rowney - Fundraising for Science

James Rutten and Superkids Superheroes

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We are very pleased and honoured to be able to present some interviews with amazing people who have played an important role in others' cancer journey. Our first guest is James Rutten. James is 9 years old and lives in Western Australia. Earlier this year James walked the 41km Bibbulmun Track to raise over $7100 to help kids with cancer. (https://charityfundraiser.everydayhero.com/au/james-2) He was inspired to do so after losing his mate Declan to neuroblastoma in 2017. http://www.thekidscancerproject.org.au/stories/february-2018/wonder-boys (James appears on this page along with next week's guest Zach Rowney). At the time of uploading this episode, James is participating in Superkids Superheroes, a 600km motorised scooter challenge in rural Western Australia, from Bridgetown to Perth (https://youtu.be/PiHDHVocG8Q). This charity ride donates 100% of funds raised to the Kids Cancer Project. (http://www.thekidscancerproject.org.au/donate...

16 MIN2018 SEP 2
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James Rutten and Superkids Superheroes

My Life - Lorraine Wright

We interview our Ouma (grandmother). We learned a lot about her early life in South Africa and how she came to live in Australia. Who is her favourite child? What advice does she have for grandparents and what is her saddest moment? As always, please rate us, leave a comment and send all suggestions for topics, segments and questions to thewrighttalkpodcast@gmail.com. Thanks!

21 MIN2018 AUG 26
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My Life - Lorraine Wright
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