April 17th, 2015
Episode 336 of 417 episodes
On this week's podcast Titus O'Reilly drops by to wrap up the week in sports, and pays tribute to the cricket commentator Richie Benaud, who passed away during the week. British comedian Noel Fielding hangs out with the Breakfasters ahead of his show at Hamer Hall. On this week's edition of "Cultural Backwater" Van Badham discusses Renewable Energy and Thomas Caldwell reviews the horror film "It Follows", as well as what he describes as a "fear fart".
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