Australian singer Helen Reddy, who became a superstar off the back of her hit I Am Woman, has died in Los Angeles, aged 78.

Melbourne-born Reddy, whose life was dramatised in the recent film I Am Woman, was regarded as the queen of 1970s pop, with her hits including Delta Dawn, Angie Baby, Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) and Ain’t No Way To Treat A Lady.

She won a grammy for I am Woman and even had her own prime-time TV show, before acting in stage and screen, which earns her a Golden Globe nomination for Airport 1975.

In honour of her passing, listen to the extended interview Laurel, Gary & Mark had with Helen Reddy below:

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