May 31, 2019
It’s the last week of May, and the Breakfasters have been busy talking about both the big and little things in life. First out is Muriel Bamblett from the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency, who talks to the Breakfasters about all the amazing things happening around it in the light of reconciliation week. Geraldine talks about her visit to the "Dreamtime at the G"-match, and how horrible she found it. Following that, Geraldine, Sarah and Daniel talks about how good it feels to smash things. This week’s “Down & Dirty” is about leaves and what to do to them, with Justin “Digga” Calverley sharing his knowledge. Finally, Hillary O’Shaughnessy talks about how to make a city playable, as she is one of the key speakers at the 2019 Creative State Summit.