This week on Breakfasters, Jacob Rajan from New Zealand's Indian Ink theatre company came in to talk about The Guru of Chai at Arts Centre Melbourne. Hayley Inch reviewed Australian cycling film All For One, and director Damien Power talks about his new film Killing Ground. They also have a chat about the lies you tell as a kid to get out of trouble. With Sarah Smith, Jeff Sparrow, and Geraldine Hickey.
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|Monday||7:15am||Andrew "Donno" Donninson 'Sports Wrap'|
|8:15am||Brass Tacks – Various Presenters|
|Tuesday||7:45am||Elizabeth McCarthy / Fi Wright 'Book Review'|
|8:15am||Vanessa Toholka 'Tech Talk' / Adam Christou 'Game Changers'|
|Wednesday||7.15am||Justin "Digga" Calverley 'Down And Dirty' / Michael Harden 'Food Interlude'|
|Thursday||7:15am||Simone Ubaldi / Hayley Inch 'Film Review'|
|8.15am||'Feature Creatures' with Sean "The Birdman" Dooley / Entomologist Simon Hinkley / Marine Biologist Ricky-Lee Erickson|
|Friday||7:45am||'Friday Funny Bugger' with local comedians|
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