In Conversation With Alex Malley

April 2017

Episode 8 (Don Meij)

4.0 42 x
Domino's CEO Don Meij went from delivery driver to heading up Australia's first publicly listed pizza chain. He reveals the secret behind his success and why he believes innovation and customer service keeps the company ahead of the competition.

Ep 7 Gai Waterhouse

4.0 36 x
Australia's first lady of racing Gai Waterhouse has always maintained her dignity under fire. She reveals the joy of winning the ultimate prize while facing scandals and striking a blow against discrimination for future generations of women.
March 2017

Ep 6 Andy Thomas

4.0 31 x
Australian-born former NASA astronaut Andy Thomas talks about his four missions to space, the tragic loss of the Columbia Space Shuttle, the challenges of getting people to Mars and Elon Musk and the future of space exploration

Ep 5 Henry Winkler

3.0 42 x
Legendary actor and bestselling children's author Henry Winkler joins Alex Malley to talk about his iconic role as The Fonz in Happy Days, his difficult relationship with his parents and the challenges he has faced living with dyslexia.

Ep 4 Derryn Hinch

3.0 37 x
Australian Senator and media personality Derryn Hinch went from being the King of current affairs to financial ruin. He joins Alex Malley to talk about his about time in prison, moving into politics and coming back from death's door.

Ep 3 Nadia Comaneci

3.0 52 x
At the 1976 Olympics, gymnast Nadia Comaneci created history scoring the first perfect 10. She shares her recollections of Olympics glory, growing up in communist Romania, her dramatic defection to the US and life now with her family in Oklahoma.
February 2017

Ep 2 Rudy Giuliani

4.0 32 x
Rudy Giuliani was the 107th Mayor of New York City from 1993–2001. This week he joins Alex Malley to talk about fighting crime, stepping up as the leader during the 9/11 attacks and why he chose to support the Trump presidential campaign.

Ep 1 Michael Clarke

4.0 22 x
Former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke joins Alex Malley to talk about the mistakes he made on the path to international sporting success, life in the media, losing friends and his growing realisation that what really matters is family.
December 2016

Ep 8 Professor Fiona Wood

3.0 37 x
In the aftermath of the Bali bombings, Professor Fiona Wood revolutionised the treatment of burns, including the invention of spray on skin. She explains to Alex Malley that the intense suffering of victims drives her to achieve more.

Ep 7 Alexander Downer

4.0 20 x
Australian High Commissioner to the UK Alexander Downer invites Alex Malley to join him at Australia House in London. Downer reveals why he was not ready for the role of federal opposition leader despite being born into politics.