December 2nd, 2011
Episode 202 of 407 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters…Book reviewer Ginger Briggs talked about Sex at Dawn: The prehistoric origins of modern sexuality; renowned author Thomas Kenneally discussed his recent publication, Australians: Eureka to the Diggers. Troy Bramston, a Former speech writer and adviser for Kevin Rudd, spoke about the upcoming Labor Conference. And in this week's "Touch My History" segment, musician Marita Dyson revealed the background of Merri Creek.We hope you enjoy this podcast of the best of the Breakfasters.
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