Words you will hear today: Things to hide in the cave on the moon

Japanese scientists have discovered a large cave beneath the lunar surface, that could be turned into an exploration base for astronauts or a human colony.

The 50km long and 100m discovery, by Japan’s Selenological and Engineering Explorer (Selene) probe, comes as several countries plan to send manned missions to the moon.

Talk radio Producer Jonathan Fairbairn asked the Breakfast Show team would hide in the cave.

Photographs of me with long hair.

Stephen Grootes, 702 anchor

Pictures of me with a perm that went very bad.

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