Arts and Culture


Posted on: Wed 14 Aug 2019

On This Day;

In 1998, The Oxford University Press completed the “New Oxford Dictionary” after more than 6 years of development and containing 350,000 words on release.

In 1945, Internationally beloved comedian Steve Martin was born and turns 73 today. Martin is an American actor and comedian known for his work in stand-up comedy as well as many now classic movies.

In 1966, The USA Lunar Orbiter, a spacecraft designed to take photos of the moon and its landscape in preparation for the 1969 Apollo 11 lunar mission, settled into orbit.

Breakfast producer Zak Stuart joins Zoe Kounadis and Tom Mann to discuss these events in history.

Produced by Zak Stuart

Image Sourced: Tim Evanson (CC BY-SA 2.0)


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