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Feb 29, 2016

This week Kulja and Dylan speak with former foreign correspondent Sean Dorney about his recent Lowy Institute paper 'The Embarrassed Colonialist', which explores Australia's fraught history and engagement with Papua New Guinea.

Dylan and Kulja finish by talking to Helen Yotis Patterson & Artemis Ioannides about...


Feb 28, 2016

We were joined today by Spade and Barrow's Katy Barfield, who spoke about her career in "food rescue" - getting food that would normally be wasted and ensuring it will be used. The most recent phase of this is the Yume app, allowing the public to purchase cheap produce. Download it onto your gizmo and have...


Feb 28, 2016

Andrew Crocket of Switch-Foot talks about his legendary three books on surf culture and history, reviewed as "...Morning of the Earth feel to it - the Golden Age of Surfing".
Then Kent Stannard from 'Tag for Life' discusses his Shark Education schools project and the latest findings from the Great White Shark...


Feb 27, 2016

On the first Breakfasters podcast for 2016 the Breakfasters chat about George Pell, Toby Halligan wraps up the week in politics, Dr Jen drops by for "Weird Science" and Ed Hill talks about GECO, the Goongerah Environment Centre. 


Feb 27, 2016

This week we have Autonomy, Lollydoc, Malice, and Ms Medic taking us through this episode of Radiotherapy. They all discuss about penis transplants for war veterans who suffer injuries in battle, plus the psychology over having someone else’s genitals. The team also talk about e-cigarettes, how people cope with...