March 9th, 2009
Episode 78 of 396 episodes
This week our own Clem Bastow comes in to chat about her new TV show- Dancing About Architecture. Author Steven Amsterdam is in to tell us about his first novel, Things We Didn't See Coming and local councillor and corporate agitator Stephen Mayne also pays us a visit. Good friend of the Breakfasters Julia Zemiro is performing in a new stage show a the Malthouse- Goodbye Vaudeville Charlie Mugg. She drops in to give us the lowdown on the production and helps Fee with her French back announcing..
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