October 23rd, 2010
Episode 151 of 396 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters, Tom Elliott was in with finance. Political journalist Barrie Cassidy discussed his new book The Party Thieves: The Real Story of the 2010 Election. Jess wondered about language and mispronounced words. Diet Schmiet's Suzie Morris-Ashton made a vegan chocolate cake and finally, author Simon Smith discussed maverick litigants on Touch My History.
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