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School students Zara, 9, and Flynn, 13, talk about their event 'Children of the Evolution' at Due West Festival.
Claire G. Coleman talks with Daniel about her second novel, The Old Lie.
Thomas Mayor speaks about his book, Finding the Heart of the Nation.
Filmmaker John Waters speaks to Plato's Cave presenter Sallie Christie.
Filmmaker Genevieve Bailey re her film "Happy Sad Man"
Writer and commentator Mona Eltahawy re her book "The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls"
Comedian Judith Lucy talks about efforts to save Ningaloo Reef
Sarah talks to Dylan Moran about his upcoming shows in Melbourne.
Peter Asher and Albert Lee talk to Dave Graney in the studio.
DeRay Mckesson phoned into Breakfasters to chat with Sarah, Geraldine and Daniel
Kulja talk to Dr Suelette Dreyfus, University of Melbourne
Environmentalist, former Australian Greens Leader and Senator, Bob Brown, ahead of La Trobe Uni talk 'Climate Change and Australia: Where to Now?'
Jamil Jivani visits The Rap to chat with Areej
Rebecca Traister re her book "Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger"
Melanie Cheng re her new novel "Room For A Stranger"
The Breakfasters chat with Leif Cocks, Founder & President of "The Orangutan Project".
Craig Foster re his book Fighting for Hakeem
Azadeh Moaveni re her book Guest House for Young Widows: among the women of ISIS
Jason talks to Tom and Liam from Saskwatch about their farewell show.
Chicago rapper Joey Purp in studio talking about his Australian tour