August 27th, 2010
Episode 145 of 412 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters George Megalogenis explains the post-election political landscape. On Touch my History Di Gardiner, manager of the Old Treasury Building, explains the legacy of Charles La Trobe. Journalist Stephen Mayne points the finger in the aftermath of Saturday's vote. Henry Wagons eclipses The Trial of Kafka and finally author Joe Bagaent was in to talk about his new memoir, Rainbow Pie.
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