July 24th, 2014
Episode 308 of 412 episodes
Josh Earl joins the Breakfasters for the second edition of “Show and Tell”, and brings in his personal notebooks over the years. On this edition of “Books with Biggs and Briggs” Ginger Briggs brings in musician Viv Albertine’s autobiography “Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys.” The System Gardens Horticulturalist Curator Tim Uebergang joins the Breakfasters to talk about Melbourne University’s Cultural Treasures Festival. Lecturer in American Politics University of Melbourne and Monash Univeristy Kumuda Simpson joins the Breakfasters to talk about the American perspective on one of the biggest news weeks of the year.
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