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Jul 31, 2016

We started today's show trying to identify a mystery ingredient, that turned out to be fresh wasabi - yum! Why not try it as we did, grated into soy and served with raw tuna. Awesome.

From Japan to Japanese Hawaiian fusion, we spoke to Charlie Rothery from Windsor's Tokyo Tina about the fact that Poke fish is the...


Jul 31, 2016

Dr Richard Reina from Monash University talks about the sea turtles of Costa Rica, and how the problem of poaching has been turned around to the point where the former poachers have become the turtles’ protectors and guardians. Then Oliver Edwards from Good Fish Bad Fish speaks with us about social licence...


Jul 31, 2016

Dr Shane, Dr Jenny, Dr Ray and Dr Euan bring you this week’s science news, including why certain bacteria favour particular host noses, using seagulls to spot illegal dumping of waste, analysing brain changes as teenagers mature, a new measurement of eye sensitivity, and the University of Melbourne’s upcoming...


Jul 29, 2016

This weeks podcast includes the regular Drawn Out segment featuring Bernard Caleo, as well as director  Matthew Lutton and playwright Anthony Weig talking to Richard about their production of Edward II. Director Tanya Gerstle also stops by to discuss, among other things, her latest work through OpticNerve entitled...


Jul 29, 2016

On this week's podcast the Breakfasters chat about films that make you cry,
a phoner with Ruth Barson from the Human Rights Law Centre to discuss Youth Detention in the NT, director Chris Jones and actor Rachel Ward come in to talk about their film "The Life and Death of Otto Bloom" that is showing at MIFF and...