Besides spontaneously setting Jack the task of putting together a sample of 'bed music' from each of the last seven decades, Richard Glover usually hosts Jack as one of three specialists in music, film and television.
Here's a smattering of said fare:
Here on Mornings: a conversation about the practice of the security sector - that the NSW Premier himself was directing his twitter followers to - and an associated discussion, about the nature of the underground party scene in Sydney:
Rosie Beaton and Jack made for hilarious listening during Evenings. They had a hoot together - busting out some classic novelty tunes from the 50's and 60's for the Statewide night-time audience. Having enjoyed that experience so, Jack and Rosie were back at it just a month or two later - this time broadcasting a series of songs about 'home'. It's a moving subject, close to all of our hearts.
Additionally, Jack's reputation as a man with a certain calling (in facilitating ceremonies of love, no less) led to him spending an hour examining the role of the wedding DJ during Evenings with Robbie Buck. Listen below to a rather hilarious exposition of the highs and lows of the craft:
Jen Flemming from Summer Breakfast called on Jack at the crack - for a critical perspective on the hodge-podge of liquor laws that had just been introduced. Some, like ceasing service across the CBD at taxi changeover time, could lead to more - not less - violence on our streets: