Triple R


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Breakfasters 15-19 April 2013

April 19th, 2013

Episode 255 of 396 episodes

On this week's episode Fee, Stew and Lorin discussed the big news about New Zealand legalising gay marriage then breaking into song in their Parliament. Tim Hogan explored the history of a Koori protest against the Nazis that also put Aboriginal issues in the spotlight for Touch My History. Dave Lawson talked zoo animals and his idea for leather stirrups designed so children can ride their parents like a horse, and Thomas Caldwell showed us his working knowledge of Chilean politics, reviewing a film called 'No' that looks at Pinochet.