July 15th, 2011
Episode 182 of 408 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters, Fiona Scott-Norman, editor of the new book of collected works Don't Peak at High School dropped by for a chat about school dramas. Melbourne Greens MP Adam Bandt discussed the Carbon Tax. Writer, content strategist and editor Ginger Briggs was this week's book reviewer. She looked at Alan Hollinghurst's The Stranger's Child. And finally on Touch my History this week, the story of Circus Oz was told by its General Manager, Linda Mickleborough.
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