July 20th, 2012
Episode 229 of 396 episodes
G'day! Welcome to yet another plethora of entertainment, highlights of the Breakfasters, all packaged together in a neat podcast. So what's on this week's show I hear you ask? We 'Touch My History' with Stephen Downes talking about lunatic asylums in Melbourne. Then... there's Andrew Crook from Crikey chatting about the Melbourne by-election. After that we have Michael Casey chatting about his new book The Unfair Trade. And we finish it all off with your monthly dose of Georgia Webster and her Superlinguo segment, chatting about languages in Central Australia. After that, I do a short little outro and there's the usual podcast ID at the end. Then it just fades off and that's it really. Enjoy!
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