September 26th, 2011
Episode 192 of 412 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters... Ginger Briggs came in to review Donovon Hohn's book, Moby-Duck:The True Story of 28,800 Bath Toys Lost at Sea and of the Beachcombers, Oceanographers, Environmentalists, and Fools, Including the Author, Who Went in Search of Them; Alice Pung dropped by to talk about her newest book, Her Father's Daughter. It tells the story of her father, who is a survivor of Cambodia's killing fields. Thomas Caldwell reviewed a film that none of us can now see, the contentious A Serbian Film, afilm that was banned in South Australia on the eve of its DVD release. The Birdman himself, Sean Dooley, flew into the studios to chat about introduced species into Australia and around the world; and in this week's 'Touch My History' segment, head archaeologist Geoff Hewitt chatted about the Point Gellibrand Right Battery, which was discovered underneath the Williamstown Cricket Ground. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this podcast of the Best of the Breakfasters!
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