June 27th, 2014
Episode 304 of 417 episodes
Following the Megahertz’ loss at this year’s Community Cup, the Breakfasters re-cap the day’s events. Ahead of the Melbourne Cabaret Festival Elise McCann discusses her cabaret show based on American comedian Lucille Ball called “Everybody Loves Lucy”. Novelist Chris Flynn joins the Breakfasters to talk about his new book “The Glass Kingdom” which explores Australia’s rural underbelly. In a slow week for theatrically released films, Breakfasters’ resident film buff Thomas Caldwell discusses the DVD only release of the American independent thriller “Blue Ruin”.Senior Lecturer of the School of Political and Social Inquiry at Monash University Ben Macqueen joins the Breakfasters to discuss exactly what the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is all about.
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