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Lauren and Simon chat with Brendan and Mikey about their new record, All in Good Time, which came almost ten years after their last release. They share the impetus for recording the…
Tim Thorpe tells the Breakfasters what it's been like presenting 'Vital Bits' on Triple R for 30 years.
Acclaimed author Christos Tsiolkas tells the Breakfasters about his latest novel, Damascus.
UK singer-songwriter Lloyd Cole shares the details of his Australian tour.
Melissa interviews celebrated novelist Helen Garner about her latest book, a collection of her diary entries, titled Yellow Notebook: Diaries Volume One, 1978- 1987.
Writer and former Breakfaster Jeff Sparrow discusses his new book Fascists Among Us: Online Hate and the Christchurch Massacre
Lucky Daye visits Ennio in the studios and performs a few live tracks from his tour with Khalid.
Cameron Solnordal chats about motorbikes, mental health, and the work he does for SANE Australia as a peer ambassador.
Economist Ross Garnaut talks to Dylan and Kulja.
Indigenous cultural educator and Noongar Elder Alan Harris speaks about the long-awaited Mungo Explorer curriculum.
Writer Maxine Beneba Clarke chats about her latest book, The Saturday Portraits.
John Safran tells the Breakfasters about his new podcast, John Safran vs The Occult.
Melissa talks to Curtis Sittenfeld about her new collection of stories.
Cate Le Bon discusses her new record, Reward.
Kim Gordon chats to Fee about her debut solo album, No Home Record.
Chef and owner of Brae restaurant Dan Hunter chats about his sustainable practice.
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.