October 21st, 2011
Episode 196 of 412 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters…Jess, Fee and Ben discussed 'Old Man Skills' and asked listeners to call in with their particular talents; Alex Mungall from the GLBTI soccer club the Melbourne Rovers talked about the upcoming soccer competition for the Fashanu Cup. The cup honours the late Justin Fashanu who was the first professional footballer ever to come out as gay. Thomas Caldwell came in to the studios to talk about Woody Allen's most recent cinema release, Midnight in Paris; David Kilderry came in to talk about Melbourne's drive-in cinemas in this week's 'Touch My History' segment; Susan Mitchell came in to discuss her recent book, A Man's Man, which is a portrayal of Opposition Leader Tony Abbott.We hope you enjoy this podcast of the best of the Breakfasters!
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