September 5th, 2011
Episode 189 of 407 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters…Bruce Hearn MacKinnon came in to the station to talk about his book, The Liam Jurrah Story: From Yuendumu to the MCG; bassist from the Art of Fighting, Peggy Frew, has recently turned her hand to writing. She talked to Fee, Ben and Jess about her debut novel, House of Sticks, which won the 2010 Victorian Premier's Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript; popular children's author Andy Griffiths dropped by to discuss The Naked Boy and the Crocodile, which is a collection of stories written by children from remote indigenous communities in Australia; this week's "Touch My History" segment featured Graham Willett discussing the Secret Histories of Queer Melbourne; and Stephen Banham came into the studio to tell us about his new book, Characters: Cultural Stories Revealed through Typography.So sit back and enjoy this RRR podcast of the Best of the Breakfasters!
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