July 8th, 2011
Episode 181 of 412 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters, Alan Brough talked about the Standup for the Smith Family charity event this weekend. Film reviewer Thomas Caldwell went old-school and reviewed Taxi Driver on the 35th anniversary of its release. On Touch my History this week, James Boyce enlightened us on 1835: The Settlement of Melbourne. The Breakfasters discussed the enigma that is Simon Winkler from Breaking and Entering. And finally Georgia Webster covered whistled languages on Superlinguo.
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