March 17th, 2012
Episode 211 of 395 episodes
Welcome to this shortened week of the Breakfasters podcast (because of Labor Day). But a shorter week didn't stop us squeezing 5 segments into this week's podcast. We begin with Touch My History, Dr James Bradley popped in to chat about the origins of the Univeristy of Melbourne's Medical School. Lisa Daniel popped in to chat about the Melbourne Queer Film Festival. Anna Krien has released her quarterly essay entitled 'Us & Them, The Importance Of Animals'. Senator Richard Di Natale joined us to chat about the situation in West Papua. And lastly Thomas Caldwell reviewed 'The Kid With A Boke'. Enjoy!