Monday Breakfast

Monday 7:00am to 8:30am
Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.


Lucy Waldron-Brown, William Matthews, Jackson McInerney and Judith Peppard


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Monday 16 October 2017

with Lucy, Will, Jackson and Judith


7:00am  Acknowledgement of Country


7:05am During Asexual Awareness Week, performer Nikki Spunde is telling her story as an asexual person and a trans woman with humour and wisdom. She comes on Monday Breakfast to tell us all about her upcoming show at The Butterfly Club.


7:20am Steph Price is a community legal worker and member of Socialist Alternative and was part of the Celebrate Public Housing rally last Sunday and comes on the show to tell us about the Victorian Government's plans to sell off inner-city public housing to developers. For more information, visit the Friends of Public Housing Facebook page.


7:35am In light of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons' Nobel Peace Prize, Ian Bray, National Assistant Secretary of the Maritime Union of Australia speaks on how unions should care about peace, during last September's IPAN conference.


7:50am On the latest edition of Over The Wall, Peter Davis speaks to The Greens Adam Bandt about the impact of cashless welfare card trials aroundAustralia.


8:00am President of Australians for War Powers Reform Paul Barratt speaks about an open letter he wrote to the PM urging debate on Australia's policy on North Korea and our eager tilt toward war. Paul is Former Secretary of the Department of Defence and former Deputy Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


8:10am Hepatitis Victoria is celebrating 25 years of advocacy and support for people diagnosed with and at risk from viral Hepatitis. HepVic CEO Melanie Eagle comes on the show to tell us about HepVic's work as well as to invite you to the organisation's 25th birthday party! Register here for free.


8:20am James Grafti talks about his recent court appearance for charges relating to his direct action at the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation (refugee and asylum seeker detention centre in Broadmeadows). James Grafti was acting to prevent the deportation of 'Saeed' to danger inIraq.


Tracks played: For Me by Dearlie, a musician who identifies as Asexual.



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