November 28th, 2011
Episode 201 of 420 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters… Tom Elliott filled us in on the Carbon Tax and its possible effects to the Australian Economy. This year celebrates the 50th year anniversary of the availability of the oral contraceptive pill in Australia and the Executive Director from the Victorian Women's Trust, Mary Crooks, dropped by to talk about how attitudes have changed over this time. Jess, Fee and Ben created some new music genres; and in this week's 'Touch My History' segment, Leah Annetta filled us in on the history of the Camberwell Markets. We hope you enjoy this podcast of the best of the Breakfasters!
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