September 11th, 2011
Episode 190 of 412 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters…RRR alumnus Marieke Hardy chatted about her new novel, You'll Be Sorry When I'm Dead; actor Jess Harris dropped by to talk about her television show Twentysomething, of which she is co-creator with fellow actor Josh Schmidt; Radiotherapy's Dr Dolittle discussed the history of Electroconvulsive Therapy, and how it is used today in Australia; former Chief Commissioner of the Victorian Police, Christine Nixon, was in the studio to talk about her her autobiography, Fair Cop; and in "Touch My History" this week, Anna Epstein, a curator from Melbourne's Jewish Museum, told us some stories of Melbourne's Jewish footballers.So sit back and enjoy Fee, Ben and Jess in this podcast of the best of the Breakfasters!
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