Listen to Sorry Day, Tea Plants, a New Mammal, & a Dead Rabbit01:27:0429 May 2020

Writer Jack Latimore explains the continued significance of Sorry Day; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley talks about growing green and black tea plants; Gez encounters a huntsman spider; Sarah announces that the rabbit died (or: she's pregnant!); Dr. Alistair Evans from Monash talks about the new discovery of an old mammal; comedian Laura Dunemann gives an update on the trials of the Royals in Iso; Filmmaker Warwick Thornton chats about new documentary The Beach; and comedian Colin Lane talks about the online exclusive Lano & Woodley Singin’ Some Songs. With presenters Sarah Smith, Daniel Burt, and Geraldine Hickey.





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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
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8.15am 'Feature Creatures' with Sean "The Birdman" Dooley and others
Friday 7:45am 'Friday Funnybugger' with local comedians
8:15am The Breakfasters Breakdown Quiz
8:45am Breakfasters Live

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