Sam Ah-See, retired boxer from Orange impressed fans Australia-wide with 6 knockouts in a professional career that reads 13 wins, 0 losses and 1 draw. Sam won the Australian Welterweight champion in 2014 and talks to LIVE Central West about his incredible career, his upbringing, his mental health issues along the way, and the mindset and dedication that made his outstanding achievements possible.
Rachael Brooking, tireless advocate for Huntington’s disease, organiser of the Walk 4 Hope Orange and creator of the Redhead Hunt for HD, talks about life within a family affected by the fatal disease that is HD.
Canowindra-born former Wallaby and ex-Balmain Tiger, James Grant, chats with LIVE Central West about his rugby union career, his switch to league, the people he’s met along the way and the work ethic that enabled him to reach such incredible heights. Jimmy also touches on his current work with the Clontarf Foundation; an organisation which exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men.
The tables are turned as LIVE Central West host Jamie ‘Stedo’ Stedman is asked to share a bit about himself. Jamie talks about his career shifts, his near death experiences (yes, more than one) and how taking money out of the equation has helped him make some risky but significant life decisions. He also touches on his unusual upbringing, and the positives he takes from that chapter of his life.
Peter ‘Slider’ Sutton is a social media sociologist from Bathurst, NSW. Slider speaks about his current role and what it involves, how he transitioned from his previous career in teaching, his propensity to overwork and his debilitating battles with depression. He shares some of the lessons he’s learnt along the way and how he chooses to live his best life going forward.