This week, Uncle Larry Walsh and Isobel Morphy-Walsh talk about the significance of Wominjeka Festival; Comedians Nina Oyama and Lloyd Langford chat about their Comedy Festival shows; writer Sophie Cunningham fleshes out her new book of essays City Of Trees; historian and writer Kenan Malik shares his thoughts on the current state of identity politics; and the team explore things they love, and things they fear.
About this program
Music, news, sport, weather, information, special guests and regular segments each morning.
Monday to Friday from 6am. We post updates throughout the show (including links to books mentioned etc.) on Facebook and Twitter. You can also email us at email@example.com.
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|Monday||7:15am||Andrew "Donno" Donninson 'Sports wrap'|
|8:15am||Toby Halligan 'Politics'|
|Tuesday||7:45am||Elizabeth McCarthy / Michelle Bennett - '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'|
|7:45am||Dr Jen 'Weird Science'|
|Thursday||7:15am||Simone Ubaldi / Hayley Inch 'Film Review'|
|8.15am||'Feature Creatures' with Sean "The Birdman" Dooley / Simon Hinkley / Ricky-Lee Erickson|
|Friday||7:45am||'Friday Funnybugger' with Nat Harris / Laura Dunemann / Matt Stewart|
|8:45am||'Breakfasters Live' with different live bands each week|
The podcast intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras.