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Musician and Triple R broadcaster Casey Bennetto talks about his jazzy Swinging Bella’s Christmas-event, and sings farewell to Sarah; the team recaps weekend shenanigans; journalist Paul Kennedy chats about his new book Funkytown: A Year On The
Sarah makes a big, big BIG announcement; the team discuss platonic kissing etiquette; book lover Fi Wright reviews the re-issue of The Fran Lebowitz Reader; journalist Jess Hill discusses the new Quarterly Essay The Reckoning: How #MeToo is Cha
Bobby and Sarah have had opposite weekend experiences; Writer Robyn Annear encourages people to explore Melbourne in her new book Adrift in Melbourne: 7 Walks; the team explores the limits of how much chocolate you can eat on a Sunday; Brian Ri
The team talks about the luxuries of doggy daycare; Dr. Jen explains the benefits of deep conversations with strangers; the team reminisces about fave donuts; Writer and performer Ash Flanders talks about upcoming show S. S. Metaphor at the Mal
Breakfaster icon and entertainment legend Kate Langbroek chats about her new memoir Ciao Bella! Six Take Italy; then, the team’s talk turns podiatric; Michael Harden breaks down a luxurious classic, in caviar; Bobby has experienced ultimate fre
The team share their fishing experiences; Award-winning author, screenwriter and Triple R broadcaster Christos Tsiolkas chats about his new book 7 1/2 ; Actor and comedian Denise Scott discuss Easey Comedy and the return of live comedy to Melb
Author and screenwriter Christian White chats about his new novel Wild Place and his Netflix series Clickbait; Bobby reckons she stuffs up screen auditions; Food enthusiast Michael Harden talks re-opening restaurants and foodie awards; Journali
The team discuss alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; Book reviewer Elizabeth McCarthy enthuses about Oliver Burkeman’s 4000 Weeks: Time and How To Use It; Journalist Antony Loewenstein explains his Twenty Years project and its exploration of
The team get excited about kitchen appliances; Book devotee Fi Wright reviews Diana Reid’s new book Love and Virtue; journalist and filmmaker Santilla Chingaipe chats about her new SBS documentary Our African Roots; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley she
Bobby meets some year-round ocean dippers; Dr. Michael Mosley has a chat about his new SBS series Australia’s Health Revolution; tech devotee Dan Salmon explains the ideas behind the Wayforward Machine; the team has a chat about their self-made
The team discuss the social significance of fish and chips; Cass Howcroft from Little Big Steps and Deakin Melbourne Boomers’ Louise Brown talk about their collab to help kids with cancer; bug enthusiast Simon Hinlkey chats about the Miomantis
Daniel is warmly welcomed back after his short break; media all-rounder Marc Fennel discusses his new tv series The School That Tried To End Racism; the team chat about "the earthquake"; food nerd Michael Harden advocates hard for the long-negl
Bobby tells a tale of a dramatic spider encounter; Melbourne Football Club historian Adam Woolcock talks about his new book The Last Hurrah: Melbourne Premiers 1964; Chandi Bates from GetUp! discusses the new report Democracy Dossier; the team
The team go hard on credit loopholes and phone flaws; Human Rights Law Centre's Hugh de Kretser explores the the pros and cons of mandating vaccines; Book critic Elizabeth McCarthy reviews Rachel Cusk's Booker Prize longlisted novel Second Plac
Geraldine Hickey pays a visit to kick off day one of Radiothon; investigative journalist Michael Warner talks about his new book The Boys Club; the team chats about wagging school; journalist Antony Loewenstein explains the events happening in
The team talks about the concept of progressive dinners; filmmaker John Daschbach chats about the MIFF screening of his film Come Back Anytime; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverly tells us what we should grow on nature strips; Bobby recounts a time where s
True Crime enthusiast Meshel Laurie chats about her new book CSI Told You Lies; Bobby recounts a time she took one for the team; Director James Ashcroft talks about the premiere of his thriller Coming Home in the Dark at MIFF; Bobby release her
Comedian and actor Celia Pacquola chats about the final season of Rosehaven; the team share stories about interviews gone wrong; Entomologist Simon Hinkley sheds positive light on deadly funnel web spiders; Bobby recalls crowd surfing at a fest
Actor Virginia Gay talks about why she adapted the literary classic Cyrano; the team question the role of shorts in society; comedian and actor Nick Boshier chats about new sketch comedy series The Moth Effect; the team declare their wild famil
The team chats about reasons to not hire a scooter on your holiday; book lover Fi Wright reviews Deborah Levy’s memoir Real Estate; journalist Andrew Dodd talks about the issues and upheavals of journalists; Bobby forgets crucial words at criti
Artistic Director Al Cossar launches the program for the 69th Melbourne International Film Festival; bookworm Veronica Sullivan reviews the debut novel Small Joys of Real Life by Allee Richards; the team discuss superstitions and why you should
Award-winning Author Boori Monty Pryor chats about his new illustrated book Story Doctors; Dr. Jen shares some science about disgust, and the team share their most disgusting stories; Nat Harris reports on her Xmas in July come-down; Cultural
The team discuss allergic reactions; Josh Staley combines comedy and magic with his magic show Moments In Time for Melbourne Magic Festival; Beloved marine biologist Ricky-Lee Erickson joins Feature Creatures for the last time, and gives a rund
Daniel and Sarah gives new Breakfaster Bobby Macumber some tips on how to nail being a Breakfaster; journalist and writer Jenny Valentish talks about her new book Everything Harder Than Everyone Else; Award-winning writer and cabaret performer
It's the final week for Gez with the Breakfasters, and it kicks off with a trio of cakes! Also: Games loving techspert Dan Morganti talks us through the role-playing game The Last Spell; Justin ‘Digga’ Calverley explains how to prune your decid
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