Monday Breakfast

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

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Jackson McInerney, James Brennan and Leyla McCarthy-Adal

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About Monday Breakfast

Monday the 17th of September 2018

with James, Jackson and Leyla

7:00am - Acknowledgement of Country

7:05am - Universal Basic Income; trying to navigate the complex currents in the push for a universal 'living wage'. Is this just capitalism trying to save itself? What will happen to the welfare state, once implemented? Are we ever going to afford one that is adequate enough?

7:23am - Natalie Rose from Post Theatre Collective; discussions about her new show, Ich Nibber Dibber, It is the 7th show she has written and performed with Zoe Coombs Marr and Mish Grigor; one based on hundreds of hours of archived conversations recorded over their 10 year friendships.

7:40am - We speak to Steve Wilson from The Friends of Stony Creek about the aftermath of the West Footscray industrial fire. We ponder the implications on the ecosystem around the area and the total lack of care or response from the state government.

7.50am - Over The Wall (repeat): An important piece that needs to be heard more than once! Representatives of Not My Debt talk us through the appealing your RoboDebt. Practical knowledge on reviewing and appealing your case.

8.00am - Alternative News; Footy chat, ScoMo + Fat-Man Scoop, State election speculating and are we actually living in a democracy?

8:20am - KROWN - Wake 'Em Up

8.25am - (More) Alternative News; The Royal Commission and our strawberry hysteria!

Follow the hosts on Twitter to get a heads up on future shows! Jackson: @JackM3cr(link is external), James: @JamesBrennan23

 


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