November 11th, 2011
Episode 199 of 396 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters, author Wayne McCauley discussed his new novel The Cook. Resident book reviewer and new Associate Director of The Wheeler Centre, Jenny Niven looked at Steven Amsterdam's What the Family Needed. Next up was musician Ashley Davies, who discussed the new stage show Ned Kelly: The Narrative Concert. On Touch My History this week, Bruce Milne helped celebrate 30 years of the Tote Hotel and finally, Georgia Webster was in with Superliguo.
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