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Podcasts from Australia's best known community radio station, 3RRR.

Podcasts from Australia's best known community radio station, 3RRR.


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Podcasts from Australia's best known community radio station, 3RRR.




Breakfasters - 15-19 May 2017

This week on Breakfasters astrologer Dr. Tanya Hill, who has possibly the coolest job of any guest yet, comes in to talk about the new “Discover The Night Sky” astronomy classes at Scienceworks. Plus, the team are joined by Dr Ruan Witt of the Melbourne Tea Festival who explains the best brewing conditions for tea. Geraldine takes the lead on tearing gender reveal parties to shreds while Sarah and Jeff have very different attitudes on whether or not it's ok to walk out during a movie....


Breakfasters - 8 - 12 May 2017

This week the Breakfasters talk awkward social conventions, even more awkward team building exercises, and have a chat with Briggs about Yirramboi First Nations Arts Festival. They also talk cocktails with The Guardian's drinks writer Chad Parkhill.


Breakfasters - 01-05 May 2017

This week Breakfasters talk about fancy dress parties, and things that should be easy instead of hard. Also, Dr Jen swings by to talk about 'coffee naps', and Genevieve Grieves discusses "The Violence Of Denial" talks, part of Yirramboi First Nations Arts Festival.


Breakfasters - 24 - 28 April 2017

This week on Breakfasters Dr Jen discusses echolocation, the team reminisce on their favourite subjects at school and the art of making friends when drunk, and Professor Michael Ibbotson comes by ahead of his Melbourne Knowledge Week event to talk about machines that can read your mind.


Breakfasters April 17-21 2017

This week on the show breakfasters talk to Dr. Amy Webster from Women's Health Victoria about their groundbreaking project The Labia Library. British comedian Phil Jupitus returns to Triple R 18 years after his first visit to chat about his show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and band names that you can indeed say on air. Plus, the team talks through hangover cures and prevention, nodding at strangers and how to tell if a reptile is happy.


Breakfasters - April 10-13 April 2016

Breakfasters discuss the growing numbers of adults buying toys, no, not those kind of toys, plus surprise circus stories and Sarah tells a tipsy tale of mystery. Acclaimed author George Megalogenis joins the team to talk about his latest quarterly essay, Balancing Act, which paints a picture of an Australia stuck in the middle between renewal and recession with an increasingly partisan political landscape and no appetite for reform.


Breakfasters - 3 - 7 April 2017

This week on the show, the Breakfasters spoke with acclaimed Dublin comedian Jason Byrne ahead of his comedy festival show Propped Up, plus Sean 'the Birdman' Dooley dropped by for the regular Feature Creatures segment to talk about parrots and playfulness. Sarah, Jeff and Geraldine also looked into the many ways to entertain children and what they'd do if they had lots of money to buy expensive stuff.


Breakfasters - 27 - 31 March 2017

This week on the Breakfasters podcast Jeff, Geraldine & Sarah chat with comedians Judith Lucy & Denise Scott about their forthcoming Melbourne International Comedy Festival show Disappointments. Plus Director Alex Peterson and Alec Doomadgee jumped into the studio for a chat about the making of documentary film Zach's Ceremony. Also on the show, the age at which you 'do stuff' and when kids blurt out stuff at you.


Breakfasters - 6 - 10 March 2017

Highlights this week include - We kick off with 'The Dinner Review' then roll into an interview with David Stratton about A Cinematic Life, meet Debra Zimmerman, modern champion of women in film and discuss the burden of authority of being elected high school sports captain.


Breakfasters - 20 - 24 February 2017

On this week's podcast The Breakfasters talk to Arthur Bolkas about youth prisons in crisis, Geraldine lets us know about her experiences learning about alternative farming in Seymour, the team talks about how they could improve the sport of golf, and we have a chat with our Friday Funnybugger Nick Capper.


Breakfasters - 13 - 17 February 2017

On this week's podcast Rosie Jones (Writer and Director) and Chris Johnston (Writer) come in to discuss Book/Documentary "The Family", Geraldine shares her contemplative nephew's 10 wishes, a Feature Creatures with Simon Hinkley from Museums Victoria about Gordian worms and the Breakfasters chat about things your partner likes that you don't.


Breakfasters - 30 January - 3 February 2017

On this week's podcast, the first of 2017, the Breakfasters are joined by Richard Katz, sole performer of Malthouse show 'The Encounter' and A Toot Your Horn Tuesday where Geraldine built a fence, Jeff drank a bottle of free wine and Sarah googled a phone number as well as grew some veggies. Melissa Hickey from Women's AFL comes in to talk about female footy and Sarah and Jeff talk about their holiday Earthquake experiences.


Breakfasters - 5 - 9 December 2016

On this week's podcast - a chat about Christmas and the spirit of giving, Offa Foatu from Hot Brown Honey talks about their new show, Amy Mullins joins the breakfasters to discuss a new report on Women in the Media and a conversation about Air Force One.


Breakfasters - 28 November - 2 December 2016

On this week's podcast - journalist Masha Gesdon comes in to talk about Donald Trump, the Breakfasters chat about the concept of Comaneci Day, an interview with Comedian/Actor Hannibal Buress and the Breakfasters share the things they are secretly good at.


Breakfasters - 31 October - 4 November 2016

On this week's podcast Jane Gazzo comes in to talk about the 20th Anniversary of Recovery, a chat about the Breakfaster's least favourite chores, Gideon Haigh on his book "Stroke of Genius" and Hayley Inch reviews Mel Gibson's film "Hackshaw Ridge".


Breakfasters - 24-28 October 2016

On this week's podcast - Ken Walker, the Senior Curator of Entomology at Melbourne Museum comes in to talk bugs, A Toot Your Horn Tuesday, a visit from Felicity Watson of the National Trust about the demolition of The Corkman and the Breakfasters chat about unsung heroes.


Breakfasters - 17-21 October 2016

On this week's podcast Dr Jen tells the Breakfasters about Superpowers we have as babies and lose as we get older, a chat about children's moneymaking schemes, a raving film review by Simone Ubaldi of Adam Curtis' 'Hypernormalisation' and a phoner on questions people hate to be asked.


Breakfaters - 19-23 September 2016

On this week's podcast there is a talk about the social campaign #ittakesone, Dave Lawson talks about fun school holiday activities, then a discussion of the delights of buying and selling second hand, finally the gang discuss how to convince someone that you are telling the truth under dubious circumstances


Breakfasters - 12-16 September 2016

On this week's podcast a chat about strange things animals are caught doing, Dave O'Neill in the studio regarding his book "The Summer of '82", Sarah and Geraldine teach Jeff how to talk sport and VIC100 Festival of Wine festival director Angie Bradbury comes in to talk wine.


Breakfasters - 5-9 September 2016

On this week's podcast Comedian Julian Clary talks about his new show 'The Joy of Mincing', the Breakfasters chat about the perks of certain jobs and what they've been watching. Also John Elder Robison comes in to talk about his book 'Switched On: A Memoir of Brain Change, Emotional Awakening and the Emerging Science of Neuro-Stimulation'.