April 30th, 2011
Episode 172 of 420 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters, Director of the Centre for Advanced Journalism at Melbourne University, Michael Gawenda, discussed the media's reporting of natural disasters. Jo Case, Associate Editor of Kill Your Darlings literary journal and book editor of Big Issue magazine, dropped in to chat about the Miles Franklin Award shortlist. On Touch My History this week, we heard from former president of the Puffing Billy Preservation Society John Thompson. And finally, Henry Wagons was on the phone from Byron Bay Bluesfest, with Total Eclipse of the Art.
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