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Assistant Director of the Melbourne School of Government Dr Avery Poole joins Breakfasters to discuss the sexism rampant in Australian politics.
Areej Nur speaks to Inez Trambas, founder of The Negro Speaks Of Books, an online forum created to discuss books written by people of colour.
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Festival artistic director and RRR alumni Marieke Hardy joins Breakfasters
An exploration of Nico’s expansive solo-works and contributions to music and film on Max Headroom with Kate Reid and Lisa MacKinney.
This week Crush, Leisure, Silk and more!
Jason chats to Xanthe and Violetta of Primo! ahead of the launch of their debut record.
Vanessa Toholka joins Breakfasters to discuss growing sexual harassment of A.I on the latest edition of ‘Tech Talk’.
Professor Philomena Murray chats with Ben Eltham about the history of Brexit and why two years after the referendum it’s still yet to happen.
Dr Shane and Dr Krystal are joined by Dr Francine Marques who discusses her recent experience surviving ovarian cancer.
Listen back as Eothen Alapatt discusses the life and work of David Axelrod and his label Now-Again Records on Neon Sunset.
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MIFF Artistic Director Michelle Carey joins Breakfasters to chat about this year’s program and winding up her role after 10 years.
Immunologist and Nobel laureate Professor Peter Doherty, joins Greening the Apocalypse to chat about viruses, superbugs and global pandemics.
Andrew Delaney fills in on BLB and chats to Rob Younger about the upcoming New Christ gig.
Breakfaster’s own gardening expert digs up knowledge on potatoes and the best ways to grow this beloved vegetable.
Heather Holst, CEO of homelessness support group, Launch Housing, joined The Grapevine to discuss the results of this year’s StreetCount.
Sophia Brous of ensemble collective, EXO-TECH discussed their upcoming show at Arts Centre Melbourne on the latest edition of Breaking and Entering.
Writer and performer Amer Hlehel tells of the life and work of Palestinian poet Taha Muhammed Ali in his one person show TAHA.
This week Sculptor, Grandma, Salty and more!
Sam Cummins takes us through new and old releases from Sydney via Canberra label Moontown Records as well as chatting with founder Danny Wild.
Neil Morris celebrates this year's NAIDOC theme 'Because of Her We Can' as well as chatting to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island artist Kee'ahn.
The Brissie trio join Zara for a chat.
Dr. Muzz joins Radio Marinara to chat about the industry’s ebb and flow.
Jemma van Loenen discusses Bam Bam, her documentary about amateur Muslim boxer Bianca Elmir, with the Breakfasters crew.