April 24th, 2009
Episode 84 of 407 episodes
This week on the Breakfasters, Sam’s seat was expertly warmed by the sometimes fake-faster John Origlasso in a week full of literacy and politics!The team spoke to Eric Beecher about his new book "The Best Political Writing 09” and were given a history lesson on Victoria’s literary world by Steve Grimwade who is curating the State Library exhibition called “The Independent Type”.British author and philosopher Alain De Botton took a pit-stop on his whirlwind media tour to discuss his new book “The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work”. And we start the whole thing off with Lou Swinn talking about – what else, but Books!
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