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Breakfast with Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas

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Breakfast with Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas, it’s the heart and soul of Perth.

Born and bred in Perth, nobody knows our town like Steve and Baz. Steve Mills has done it all, father, accountant, teacher, public servant, bookmaker, even taxi driver. He brings that wealth of experience, a curious mind and a warm heart to the radio every weekday morning. Basil Zempilas is one of Australia’s leading sports broadcasters and a regular fixture at the biggest sporting events in the country and around the world with Channel Seven. But Baz calls Perth home and after his family, it’s his greatest passion. His energy and cheeky personality burst out of the radio every Monday-Friday from 5am. Breakfast with Steve Mills and Basil Zempilas, it’s Perth’s most entertaining breakfast show and it’s home to Perth’s most talked about radio segment, The Rumour File.

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Noongar elder and former West Australian of the year, Dr Robert Isaacs, joined Steve and Baz to explain what National Sorry day means to him. He says it’s not about saying sorry to Aboriginal people, but for his people to never forget what happened and what hurt their families and culture. ‘We’re united here in […]

/ 26/05/2017

Noongar elder and former West Australian of the year, Dr Robert Isaacs, joined Steve and Baz to explain what National Sorry day means to him. He says it’s not about saying sorry to Aboriginal people, but for his people to never forget what happened and what hurt their families and culture. ‘We’re united here in […]

/ 26/05/2017

Noongar elder and former West Australian of the year, Dr Robert Isaacs, joined Steve and Baz to explain what National Sorry day means to him. He says it’s not about saying sorry to Aboriginal people, but for his people to never forget what happened and what hurt their families and culture. ‘We’re united here in […]

/ 26/05/2017
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