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Feb 26, 2012

The dreaded First Four Shows of the Year curse finally comes home to roost in the fourth show and the result is truly an episode which is all over the shop. The alternative editorial segment called Nongshells returns to no particular distinction and none of the other segments can apparently decide what they are....


Feb 26, 2012

We'll bet you didn't know that the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is about to turn 20... CEO Natalie O'Brien knows that, and pretty much everything else about the festival that she's run for ten years. Some of the highlights of this year's event include the annual import of "big name" chefs (Rene Redzepi is bringing...


Feb 26, 2012

Hi and welcome to this week's Breakfasters podcast.

We begin with a segment inspired by a tweet - exploring the idea of re-pitching TV shows. 

Hi and welcome to the Breakfasters podcast.

On this week's episode, we explore the idea of re-pitching a TV show.

Author of the book 'Religion For Atheists', Alan De Botton came...


Feb 26, 2012

Breaking news on Bastion Point. PhD student Mark Richardson, talks about his work on the invasive Northern Pacific Seastar, using molecular genetics to figure out how many introductions there have been in our waters, and how best we can manage this marine pest. Dr Beach tells us of the latest exciting advances in...