I'm trying a new approach to podcasts: here's the whole show! Monday Breakfast is 3CR Community Radio's Monday current affairs and news program, hosted by James, Jackson and me, Will!
7:00am – Acknowledgement of Country
7:05am – Alternative News: A weekly roundup of the news and views that mainstream media outlets are (and aren't) bringing you
7:15am – Creepy, creepy creeps: Tim Singleton Norton is the chair of Digital Rights Watch and comes on Monday Breakfast to talk about the Cambridge Analytica scandal. We find out what this means for Facebook users and how this fits into broader security issues of Government policies such as those carried out at Pine Gap and other Five Eyes nations
7:40am – Banking Misconduct: Katherine Temple of the Consumer Action Law Centre keeps us up to date on the banking and financial services Royal Commission. The Royal Commission has just wrapped up a fortnight of hearings and will resume on the 16th of April
7:50am – Over The Wall: A weekly look at news and current affairs in the social safety net space. This week, Over the Wall talks to Josh Cullinan who looks at how companies like Woolworths are no longer required to publish wage rates.
8:00am – False Claims of Colonial Thieves: Magabala Books has come out with a collection of poetry by writers Charmaine Papertalk Green and John Kinsella. Charmaine comes on the show to tell us about False Claims of Colonial Thieves, a reflection on the insidious forces of mining, the church, and indigenous erasure, as well as a celebration of the survival of the Yamaji nation on their barna in Western Australia
8:15am – The M Word: 'Marxist' has been used as a dirty word by rightwing media outlets, but we know there's nothing to be scared of. In fact, the Marxism Conference is coming up (starting Thursday) and we're pretty excited! Ward comes on the show to tell us about it and how you can still get your tickets