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7 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
Tindo Utpurndee to open 2020 Adelaide Fringe
The 60th Adelaide Fringe will officially open with Tindo Utpurndee (sunset ceremony) and a celebration of Aboriginal culture in Rymill Park/Mullawirraburka. Karl Telfer joined Nikki Marcel on Festival City to explain the ceremony recognises and honours the living customs of First Nations people, pays respect to the spirit of the land and give thanks to elders past, present and emerging.
16 minutes | Feb 9, 2020
MOD.Cast explores the world in 2050
What will your priorities be in 2050? Food security, climate, transport, work? All of these considerations and more are explored in Seven Siblings from the Future, the latest exhibition at MOD. at UniSA and its companion podcast MOD.Cast. MOD. Director Kristin Alford and MOD.Cast producers Anna Day and Mieka Bottrill spoke with Festival City's Sarah Martin about the themes explored.
6 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
How To Make Extra Cash In The Sharing Economy
As household budgets are crunched, we're all looking to save money and make a little extra where we can. In the past several years particularly, the internet has enabled us to take the age-old practice of sharing of goods and services to a massive scale. With his new service StuffHire, Adelaide entrepreneur Tristan McAvoy hopes to help us all save waste and money by linking us to people willing to hire us tools, equipment, camping gear—whatever it may be—that would be too expensive to buy outright. And also make us a little money by hiring out the stuff that would otherwise be collecting dust in the garage. Tristan spoke with Breakfast's Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis.Support the show.
11 minutes | Nov 23, 2019
Review: Suzi Q And On Becoming A God In Central Florida
Screens reviewer Aimee Knight joined Breakfast to talk about Suzi Quatro documentary Suzi Q and TV series On Becoming a God in Central Florida. Suzi Q is a newcomer in an already saturated music documentary market. It emphasises Quatro's impressive five-decade-long career, but has it done justice to the adversity she faced being a woman in the music industry? On Becoming a God in Central Florida follows the life of a minimum-wage water park employee who lies, schemes, and cons her way up the ranks of the cultish, multibillion-dollar pyramid scheme that drove her family to ruin. Entrenched in systemic poverty, she battles the underlying systemic structures keeping her in poverty.Support the show.
9 minutes | Nov 23, 2019
Katie Pomery Really Loves You
Adelaide singer/songwriter Katie Pomery entwines a soft indie sound with heartfelt lyrics depicting inner struggles of life, love and mental illness. She just released her new single I Really Love You and is currently half way through her residency at the Crown and Anchor. Katie joined Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis to discuss her residency and perform a new, unreleased song Time.Support the show.
11 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
Dyson Stringer Cloher In Town To Play The Grace
Dyson Stringer Cloher is a supergroup of three of Australia’s most accomplished and dynamic songwriters: Jen Cloher, Mia Dyson and Liz Stringer. After their 2013 three-track EP, Dyson Stringer Cloher has just released their self-titled debut album, and they are currently touring around the country. Mia Dyson spoke to Breakfast ahead of their gig at the Grace Emily Hotel this Saturday (16 November). Support the show.
9 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
Review: Charlie's Angels
Breakfast screens reviewer Aimee Knight reviews Charlie's Angels, the Elizabeth Banks-directed third instalment of the action-comedy franchise with a new cast led by Kristen Stewart. Support the show.
14 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
Reality Of Detention On Manus Island
Kurdish novelist, journalist and asylum-seeker Behrouz Boochani has arrived in New Zealand after being released from detention on Manus Island. This time last year, Boochani spoke to The Wire‘s Annie Hastwell from Manus about his book No Friend But the Mountains, his fascinating and heart-wrenching story, translated to English from laboriously tapped-out WhatsApp messages in Farsi. No Friend But the Mountains details Boochani’s five years of incarceration on Manus Island after fleeing Iran to seek asylum in Australia and was this year awarded the Victorian Prize for Literature.Support the show.
9 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
Carus Thompson's Ship Comes In
White Ribbon Day is the international day for the eradication of violence against women, and people everywhere are speaking up. Australian singer-songwriter Carus Thompson, inspired by current issues, has tackled this topic in his new single Ship To Come In. Carus spoke with Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis ahead of his show at The Wheaty this Friday (November 15) to talk about his single and his latest album Shakespeare Avenue. Produced by Tom Mann.Support the show.
11 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
Religious Freedom Bill Goes Too Far
Almost a year ago, the Federal Government committed to developing a package of legislative reforms that would further protect freedom of religion under Australian law and in the community. The Australian Council of Social Service says it supports enshrining the right to freedom from religious discrimination in legislation, but that the draft Religious Freedom Bill goes too far, privileging religious interests over the rights and interests of other people. John Mikelsons, Senior Advisor, Community Services and Health at ACOSS spoke to Small Change about the background to the draft Bill and the key areas of concern. Produced by Lisa Burns.Support the show.
10 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
Why Is Wage Theft So Widespread?
Woolworths, Qantas, the Commonwealth Bank and the ABC have all been found guilty of wage theft recently, and the list of companies continues to grow. Spokespeople from these companies place the blame on the complex industrial relations systems not delegating consequences for these severe underpayments. Anthony Forsyth, Professor of Workplace Law at RMIT University, joined Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis to discuss the extent of wage theft in Australia. Produced by Tom Mann.Support the show.
14 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
Choosing Between Food And Medicine On Newstart
No one should have to decide between putting food on the table or taking life-saving medication, but that’s life for many living on Newstart. Rita Sacchetta is 54 years old and looking for work on the Newstart payment. She spoke with Small Change's Lisa Burns about choosing between paying bills and rent, eating properly, and buying insulin to treat her diabetes. Produced by Lisa Burns.Support the show.
7 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
Social Robots And Human Behaviour
It might seem like a sci-fi movie come to life, but the influence of robots on human behaviour is becoming increasingly relevant. Recent studies have explored the potential link between social robots and human character, and how it could determine what you’re like as a person. Simon Coghlan, Research fellow in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne joins Breakfast's Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis to explain.Support the show.
10 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
So What Really Is Parkour?
You've probably seen some form of it on TV or in movies, but what really is parkour? This Is Your Sport's Shaun Butterworth chats with Travis Ranson, Director of the SA Parkour Association, to get the low down on the local parkour scene, the sport's history in urban Paris and French military drills, and how big gymnastics is trying to muscle in on its popularity! Produced by Shaun Butterworth.Support the show.
15 minutes | Jul 24, 2019
Why Does New York Label Mom+Pop Records Sign So Many Aussie Artists?
Thaddeus Rudd is Co-President of New York record label Mom + Pop and a keynote speaker at this year’s Indie-Con Australia independent music industry conference on July 25-26 at Lot Fourteen, Adelaide. Mom+Pop is the US home to some of Australia's best exports: Flume, Courtney Barnett, Tash Sultana, as well as artists including Alina Baraz, Jai Wolf, Alice Merton and Sunflower Bean. Support the show.
8 minutes | Jul 10, 2019
Are There Better Alternatives To Pill Testing?
The New South Wales inquest into drug deaths at music festivals began this week, following the drug-related deaths of six individuals at festivals across New South Wales. But is pill testing the answer? Is it the best way to reduce harm at music festivals? Dr Nicole Lee from the National Drug Research Institute at Curtin University and Director of 3-60 Edge joined Bonnie on Breakfast to talk about this issue.Support the show.
5 minutes | Jul 10, 2019
First OzAsia 2019 Acts Announced
The Adelaide Festival Centre has released a sneak peek of its 2019 OzAsia Festival program, including immersive and physical theatre, world-leading contemporary dance and internationally acclaimed music stars. Artistic director Joseph Mitchell spoke to Zoe and Tom on Breakfast.Support the show.
6 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
Indie-Con 2019 Programme Announced
Indie Con, Australia's leading independent music industry conference, is coming back to Adelaide. This July, the two-day conference will empower attendees with insights and knowledge and provide professional development sessions on leadership, HR, financial literacy and marketing, as well as talking about well being in the music industry. Maria Amato, General Manager of AIR, the Australian Independent Record Labels Association, spoke with Soph Landau ahead of the event and they began by discussing what AIR does for the independent music industry.Support the show.
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