March 7th, 2014
Episode 288 of 396 episodes
Breakfasters caught up with Gerard Broday from the Consumer Action Law Centre who filled them in on significant changes to credit reporting laws, Robyn Davidson and Rick Smolan discussed the release of the film, ‘Tracks’, inspired by Robyn’s real-life trek across the centre of Australia, graphic memoir author and creator of comic strip Dykes To Watch Out For, Alison Bechdel, riffed about life and historian Gideon Haigh took them to a cold case in Australia’s recent past.
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