In the Out of Africa segment this week, correspondent Anthony Chazara reports on a Kenyan bomb blast, a domestic attack by an upset wife, and men spending 20% more of their income on alcohol than they do on food!
With reported job losses, businesses struggling and stock markets crashing, times are indeed tough these days. But spare a thought for those people without even a roof over their head or a shoulder to cry on.
Tim Brunero chatted with Church of Christ CareWorks CEO Julie Simpson and op shop mananger Christine Webster about the great work that organisation does for the disadvantaged in our community.
A down to earth interview with real people talking real issues – one not to miss!
Does hurricane season sound like a good time to go travelling across to the other side of the world? It does for AusAID volunteer Luke Parsons!
Luke came into the Breakfast studios, talked about his upcoming trip to the Caribbean and shared his tips for people wanting to make an environmental change for the better on this World Environment Day.
The latest country to catch a whiff of the Arabian spring – Syria, is on the brink of civil war. The latest tragic event – the massacre of 108 people in the Syrian city of Houla, 32 of them children – appears to be the final straw for an international community who are all now calling for serious action.
Why is this tragedy not at all surprising to anyone familiar with Syria? Could the West intervene as they did in Libya? And what role does Russia play in this?
All questions raised when Breakfast spoke to Middle East political expert Sally Totman.
Singer and comedian Bernadette Robinson talks to Radio Adelaide Breakfast about her show at the upcoming Cabaret Festival “Songs for Nobodies” where she plays the role of five ordinary women whose lives are transformed when they each meet an iconic female singer of the 20th Century.
Bernadette channels the spirit and the song of Judy Garland, Maria Callas, Patsy Cline, Billie Holidayand Edith Piaf in her critically acclaimed one woman show.