Listen to Breakfasters 17 - 21 February 202058:2321 February 2020

Maya Newell’s documentary In My Blood It Runs takes a closer look at the difficulties First Nations people face in raising their children with an Arrernte education, and the documentary filmmaker talks to team about her new film; Psychologist Margaret Klein Salamon talks about her book Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth; Fortnightly segment 'Down and Dirty' with Digga spills the dirt on which winter vegetables to start growing now; The Wheeler Centre is turning ten years old, and former Breakfaster and Director of the Centre, Michael Williams, talks about the Centre’s evolution and what’s going to happen next; Gez gives an update on her kitchen renovation progress;  And last, but certainly not least, Daniel Burt phones in with the low-down on the birth of Chub Fish. With presenters Sarah Smith, Geraldine Hickey, and Daniel James (filling in while Daniel Burt is on parental leave).

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





Khruangbin - People Everywhere (Still Alive)

Weekly segments

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

The podcast intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras.