August 6th, 2010
Episode 142 of 412 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters Angus Sampson talks about his new film Summer Coda. There's a ring-in about Melbourne's strangest street names. Producer Gary Hoctor talks about the stressful art of the 72 Hour Film Project. On Touch My History the story of the Nicholas Building is told by journalist and commentator Ben Eltham and finally, director of the Melbourne International Film Festival, Richard Moore gives us the scoop on the last few days of MIFF.
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