What is the Question – March

March 7, 2021 BY

For March’s What is the Question, Roland chatted with Josh Arthur, along with Maddie Jarosz, he’s half of Power FM’s new breakfast team.


What is your name?

Josh Arthur


What is your occupation?

PowerFM Ballarat Breakfast Host with Maddie Jarosz.


What brought you to Ballarat?

My first job in radio at PowerFM!


What is your favourite spot in the city?

Lake Wendouree at Sunset.


What is your earliest memory?

Dressing up as one of The Blues Brothers in my dad’s oversized black suit.


What is the most expensive thing you’ve purchased – property aside?

A car! I just bought a Subaru. ‘Suzie Da Subie’.


What building would you choose to be?

The Abbey Road Studios in London.


What is the greatest love of your life – apart from friends and family?

Making people smile.


What would you change if you could edit your past?

Keeping in contact with old friends.


What is your favourite holiday destination?

Greek islands. Never been, but would LOVE to go!


What music and television do you like?

Whose Line is it Anyway?, Muse, The Struts, and Dua Lipa.


What is your favourite quote?

“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9


What person – living or dead would invite to dinner party?

The late film actor and comedian Robin Williams.


What technological/scientific development boggles your mind?

The fact that we’re restoring people’s sight and hearing amazes me!


What qualities do you admire in other people?

A sense of humour and adventure.


What did you want to be when you were growing-up?

A comedian and actor.


What scares you?

Becoming a comedian and actor.


What historical calamity would you choose to reverse?

Any school shooting.


What is the best parenting advice you could give?

I will be able to answer this question in due course as I’m expecting a little baby girl! Until then, I can’t help, sorry.


What is the best parenting advice you have been given?

“Parenting without a sense of humour is like being an accountant who sucks at maths.”