May 23rd, 2014
Episode 299 of 407 episodes
Sean “Birdman” Dooley joins the Breakfasters to talk about the Drongo, a type of bird that has ended up in the Australian lexicon. In this edition of “Touch My History” Dr. Stephen Downes delves into the archives to talk about the “Victorian virtuoso” James Enward Neal. CEO of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Kon Karapanagiotidis joins the Breakfasters to talk about the struggles of Asylum Seekers in Melbourne, and how the government’s new budget will affect Asylum Seekers. On the weekly edition of “Books with Biggs and Briggs” Tony Biggs talks about the book “Power Failure” by Philip Chubb, which explores climate politics in Australia.
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