Listen to Breakfasters - 18 March - 22 March 201901:02:4318 March 2019

The team is back together in their full glory, and this weeks Breakfasters is packed with good stuff. We start off with a talk with Tom Griffith and his new essay The Planet is Alive Radical History for Uncanny Times. The team chats about work superpowers and weird skills learned from random jobs over the years. RONE is in the studio to talk about his installation Empire at Burnham Beeches, and the concept of art that you can move through, smell and feel as well as see. Film reviews are always fun, but Hayley Inchs review of High Life (2018) is something quite else. Speaking of film, Melbourne Queer Film Festival is on and Drew Droege, who features in Bright Colors and Bold Patterns (2018), talks to the team about queer villains and ideal weddings. We finish up the week reminiscing about the all too familiar feeling of getting in trouble.

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





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Weekly segments

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'
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 Funny Bugger' with Laura Dunneman / Nat Harris / Matt Stewart
8:45am 'Breakfasters Live' with different live bands each week

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