Monday Breakfast

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

Judith Peppard, Dean Shingange and Alice Golds


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Monday 26th August 2019

7:00     Acknowledgement of Country

 7:15     Dr Prudence Flowers from Flinders University discusses her paper on how the US Right to Life is shaping protests against the Bill to decriminalise Abortion in NSW in The Conversation 22-08-2019

 7:30     Voices from UK on Brexit and Boris produced by Alice Golds.

 7:45     Anthony Flynn, Senior research, policy and advocacy manager at Asthma Australia speaks with Dean about dealing with asthma this spring.

 8:00     Prof Libby Porter from RMIT tells us about her trip to the Djab Wurrung Embassy and asks: What kind of state values a freeways heritage above the heritage of our oldest living culture. 

8:15   Sione Napi Francis tells us about his upcoming talk Tatatau, Tatou, Tattoo, on customary and contemporary art forms of tattoo in the Pacific. Sione also speaks about the current exhibition at the Immigration Museum: Tatau: Marks of Polynesia: Our Voices…our bodies…our marks


Song                  Artist

Backfired            The Bamboos

Clairvoyant         Nakhane

Great                  Idles

Alyawarre Girl     Leah Flannagan


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