Margaret Simons talks about her Quarterley Essay Cry Me A River: The Tragedy of the Murray-Darling; Simone Ubaldi reviews the film noir icon, The Third Man; Victor Steffensen explains his new book Fire Country: How Indigenous Fire Management Could Help Save Australia; Ricky-Lee Erickson chats about new sightings of orcas around the Victorian coast, and finally, Sarah blows off some steam regarding her corona-impacted birthday. With presenters Sarah Smith, Daniel Burt, and Geraldine Hickey.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Monday||7:15am||Andrew "Donno" Donnison - Sports Wrap|
|8:15am||Ben Eltham - Politics Wrap|
|Tuesday||7:45am||Fi Wright and others - Book Reviews|
|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 / Emma Grey - Economics wrap|
|Thursday||7:15am||Simone Ubaldi / Vyshnavee Wijekumar - Screen Reviews|
|8.15am||'Feature Creatures' with Sean "The Birdman" Dooley, Entomologist Simon 'Bugman' Hinkley and others|
|Friday||7:45am||'Friday Funnybugger' with local comedians|
|8:15am||The Breakfasters Breakdown Quiz|
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