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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....

May 30, 2019

This week's guests include Bernard Caleo talking about 'Drawn Out' and all things comic books and graphic novels. Writer Samah Sabawi discusses the brand new play 'Them' at La Mama, and NGV’s Senior Curator Asian Art, Wayne Crothers joins Richard to talk about this year's Melbourne masterpieces. 

May 30, 2019

This week Javaad Alipoor, the creator of the work The Believers Are But Brothers, provides his insights on how young men are radicalised online. Director Thomas M Wright joins Richard to discuss his debut feature film, Acute Misfortune. Lastly, Arts Centre Melbourne Director Edwina Lunn and performer Candy Bowers stop...

May 30, 2019

Acute Misfortune, Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) and 2040 were discussed. With Paul Anthony Nelson, Sally Christie and Felicity Ford.

May 28, 2019

Philosopher and writer Eleanor Gordon-Smith came in to chat about her new book, Stop Being Reasonable, which explores the features and limits of rational argument and what really changes our minds. Dr Chiara De Lazzari from The University of Melbourne discusses the results of the 2019 European Parliamentary elections...