Radiothon 2021 - on now

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Lucid Dreaming, Earthquakes & Icebergs

Daniel is warmly welcomed back after his short break; media all-rounder Marc Fennel discusses his new tv series The School That Tried To End Racism; the team chat about "the earthquake"; food nerd…

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Spider Drama, Footy Excitement & Shotgun Gone Wrong

Bobby tells a tale of a dramatic spider encounter; Melbourne Football Club historian Adam Woolcock talks about his new book The Last Hurrah: Melbourne Premiers 1964; Chandi Bates from GetUp! discusses the…

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Dodgy Phones, Big Tobacco & Neverending Negroni

The team go hard on credit loopholes and phone flaws; Human Rights Law Centre's Hugh de Kretser explores the the pros and cons of mandating vaccines; Book critic Elizabeth McCarthy reviews Rachel Cusk's…

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Radiothon, Wagging School & Swoopy Birds

Geraldine Hickey pays a visit to kick off day one of Radiothon; investigative journalist Michael Warner talks about his new book The Boys Club; the team chats about wagging school; journalist Antony…

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Progressive Dinners, Nature Strips & a Rebel at a Formal

The team talks about the concept of progressive dinners; filmmaker John Daschbach chats about the MIFF screening of his film Come Back Anytime; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverly tells us what we should grow…

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True Crime, Queue Etiquette & Taking one for the Team

True Crime enthusiast Meshel Laurie chats about her new book CSI Told You Lies; Bobby recounts a time she took one for the team; Director James Ashcroft talks about the premiere of…

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Funnel Web Spiders, Failed Auditions & a Furniture Icon

Comedian and actor Celia Pacquola chats about the final season of Rosehaven; the team share stories about interviews gone wrong; Entomologist Simon Hinkley sheds positive light on deadly funnel web spiders; Bobby…

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Divisive Shorts, Going Full Psycho & Tablescaping

Actor Virginia Gay talks about why she adapted the literary classic Cyrano; the team question the role of shorts in society; comedian and actor Nick Boshier chats about new sketch comedy series…

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Uncoordinated Scooters, Word Blanks & Getting thru Lockdown

The team chats about reasons to not hire a scooter on your holiday; book lover Fi Wright reviews Deborah Levy’s memoir Real Estate; journalist Andrew Dodd talks about the issues and upheavals…

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MIFF 2021 Screenings, Superstitions and the Science of Screams

Artistic Director Al Cossar launches the program for the 69th Melbourne International Film Festival; bookworm Veronica Sullivan reviews the debut novel Small Joys of Real Life by Allee Richards; the team discuss superstitions…

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Disgusting Stories, Dirty Bloomers, and Late Bloomers

Award-winning Author Boori Monty Pryor chats about his new illustrated book Story Doctors; Dr. Jen shares some science about disgust, and the team share their most disgusting stories; Nat Harris reports on her…

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Magical Fun, Herby Liquor & a Historic Building for Sale

The team discuss allergic reactions; Josh Staley combines comedy and magic with his magic show Moments In Time for Melbourne Magic Festival; Beloved marine biologist Ricky-Lee Erickson joins Feature Creatures for the last…

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Welcome Bobby, Storytelling Cabaret & Eulogies for the Living

Daniel and Sarah gives new Breakfaster Bobby Macumber some tips on how to nail being a Breakfaster; journalist and writer Jenny Valentish talks about her new book Everything Harder Than Everyone Else

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Symbolic Cakes, Invertebrate Olympics, and a Difficult Goodbye!

It's the final week for Gez with the Breakfasters, and it kicks off with a trio of cakes! Also: Games loving techspert Dan Morganti talks us through the role-playing game The Last Spell

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Cheese, Conspiracies & City Microbiomes

Gez reveals some big, big news; ACMI director Katrina Sedgwick talks about the exclusive Disney animation exhibition on at ACMI; Tech expert Vanessa Toholka discusses what to do when a loved one starts…

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Movies, Memoirs, & Dinners

It's Aisha's last week (and Sarah is baaaack on Monday!) Director Molly Reynolds talks about the new documentary about screen legend David Gulpilil; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley explains how and where to volunteer in…

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Big Screens, Small Screens, Books & Barristers

Stage and screen legend Rachael Maza chats about the upcoming production Heart is a Wasteland showing at RISING festival; the team discuss the television show I shouldn’t Be Alive; St Kilda Film Festival…

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Unsuitable Shoes, the Budget & Polarizing Buses

Gez regrets her choice of shoes over the weekend; journalist Ben Eltham breaks down the Federal Budget; Broadcaster and writer Yumi Stynes talks about new teenage handbook Welcome to Consent; screen reviewer Simone…

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Fresh Haircuts, Wedding Dress Drama & Farewell to Mon

During Mon's last week with Breakfasters, the team speak to award-winning journalist Jess Hill about the new SBS documentary series See What You Made Me Do; the team explore rad haircuts; Dr…

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Autumn Gardens, Inconvenient Wizzies, & Calligraphing Royals

Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley recommends beautiful autumn gardens to visit; Gez reveals the reason she was gone last week; Writer-performer Declan Furber-Gillick talks about his yarn Bighouse Dreaming at the Arts Centre Melbourne; Triple…

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Wins, Big Wins, and Five Finger Discount Wins

The team celebrate Gez's award for Most Outstanding Show at MICF; Crikey politics editor Bernard Keane discusses the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan; Comedian Judith Lucy talks about her super serious book Turns…

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Cocktails, Mites & Comedy Delights

Bartender extraordinaire Cara Devine chats about this weekend’s Melbourne Cocktail Festival; Mon celebrates her anniversary, which raised some interesting questions; Simon Hinkley sheds light on the complex and kinky world of mites; the…

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A Funny Catholic, a Delicious Burger & a New Workplace

Writer Monica Dux examines her Catholic background in her new memoir Lapsed; Mon talks us through her delicious homemade burgers; Elizabeth McCarthy reviews Anwen Crawford's memoir No Document; Tech expert and Byte Into…

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Evil Grannies, Super Recognisers & Old School Computers

Comedian, author and radio personality Alan Brough talks about his live performance of acclaimed children’s book Charlie and the War Against Grannies; Dr. Jen explains the concept of super recognisers; Comedian Greg Larsen…

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Boat Trouble, Closing the Gap & International Waffle Day

Food expert Michael Harden talks about the Fed Square-event Future Food Systems; Gez and Mon brings back an old favorite: the dinner review; Daniela Baldry reviews Lauren Oyler’s debut novel Fake Accounts

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Kitty, Dating, & Bruncheons

Actor, writer, and comedian Kitty Flanagan talks about brand her new ABC series FISK; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley gushes over autumn and what that means for gardening; Gez goes on a date with her…

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Cold People, Regional Food Experiences & a Tiny Plane

Screen and stage legend Sigrid Thornton talks about her upcoming 8-hour long performance Homer’s Iliad - The Seige of Troy at Fairfield Ampitheatre; Food enthusiast Michael Harden chats about the resurgence of good…

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Love Dem Apples, Nicknames, and Funny Ankles

Mon recaps attending a hens party; Comedian Wil Anderson chats about his Comedy Festival show Wilegal; The team share thoughts about the passing of Michael Gudinski; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley gets passionate about…

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Mexican Gothic, Dirty Martinis & Restriction-less Plans

Award-winning journalist Jess Hill explains the ramifications of abolishing the Family Court of Australia; book reviewer Jackie Tang shares her thoughts on Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s horror book Mexican Gothic; Gez rediscovers life in the…

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Corporate Scandals, Ladies Day & Shady Herbs

Journalist Stephen Mayne explains the short and long-term impacts of recent corporate scandals in Australia; Dr Jen reveals the best age to develop music instrument playing skills; Simone Ubaldi reviews film The Truffle

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Hospitality Update. First cars, and Pétanque

Food expert Michael Harden gives an update on the hospitality industry right now and what he's been eating over summer; Dr. Jen sheds light on sensory processing; Writer and performer Naomi Higgins chats…

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A Proposal, A Summer Garden & the Joy of Gigs

They’re back! Mon tells the story of how she recently got engaged; Film director Sally Ingleton talks about Wild Things, her new documentary about environmental activistsThe team explore the thrill of…

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Camel Spiders, Body Image, the Breakdown Quiz & a Bit of Christmas Stuff

Covid frontline worker Dr Vyom Sharma chats about Victoria’s Covid response; Elizabeth McCarthy gives us her two favorite books of 2020; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley recommends a few Christmas present ideas for gardeners; Gemma…

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Triceratops, David Greybeard, and Sooking Over a Sardine

Artist Lisa Roet talks about the David Greybeard sculpture she's created outside Hamer Hall; Michael Harden talks about food he's sobbed over during 2020; Dr Erich Fitzgerald from Museums Victoria chats about acquiring…

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Covid Dogs, Films about Struggle, & #TimeForAHome

Comedian and former Breakfaster Josh Earl chats about filming his podcast Don’t You Know Who I Am?; Dr Jen explains the science that goes into training dogs to detect Covid; Gez reckons Covid…

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Art for Children, Retro Food, Uni Housing, & a Baby Update

Singer Kylie Auldist explains the importance of upcoming event Artists For Kids Culture; food expert Michael Harden talks about the rising popularity of retro comfort foods; the team remembers the places they lived…

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Pond Skaters, Ambitious Bushwalking and Wrong Tax Estimates

Comedian Patrick Collins talks about their Fringe comedy show; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley explores plants that cool down hot spaces; Gez gets competitive with bushwalking; Comedian Urvi Majumdar discusses trying to grow up; Mon…

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Trendy Picnics, Cuddly Dingoes, & Random Chatty Men

Michael Harden explains how to succeed at the ever-so-trendy picnic; Producer Jacob Hickey talks about new SBS series Addicted Australia; author Favel Parrett reveals her love of dingoes; Broden Kelly talks about new…

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Elections, a Planting Guide, & Rollerblades Ahoy

Dr. Zim Nwokoro of Deakin University talks us through the U.S. election; Gez has made a grazing platter that doesn't quite live up to Daniel’s standards; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley gives a handy guide…

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Donuts, Diggers, & Money Talks

The team discuss how the donut has become a mascot for the end of lockdown; Writer and Triple R presenter Christos Tsiolkas chats about the re-imagined audio play of his novel Loaded; Michael…