Conversations with Richard Fidler
Sally Richards has helped her son with profound disabilities forge a meaningful life.
A gallery tour with Ron Radford, outgoing Director of the National Gallery of Australia.
Jacky Sutton spent decades working with the United Nations in war zones around the world.
David Caldicott is an emergency medicine specialist at the Calvary Hospital in Canberra.
Guest presenter Alex Sloan talks to Malaysian-Australian author and hip hop artist Omar Musa.
Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane Mark Coleridge, is one of the Church's fiercest and most loyal critics.
Meg Minkley has used her daily art practice to recover from the trauma of sexual assault.
Akram Khan transformed from a shy young boy to one of the world's most acclaimed dancers and choreographers.
Scott Stephens talks to Regina Lane, on how she and a tiny community in Victoria saved their local Catholic church, St Brigid's.
Karen Joy Fowler
Guest presenter Scott Stephens talks to American novelist Karen Joy Fowler, whose new novel explores the minefield of scientific ethics.
Bradley L. Garrett
Archaeologist Bradley L. Garrett spent five years exploring hidden and off-limits spaces in cities across the world.
Writer Helen Garner's latest work has been seven years in the making.
Kellie Riordan was awarded a scholarship at the prestigious Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University.
Mathmetician Robyn Arianrhod likes to see the world through the hidden language of mathematics, which she thinks is beautiful, even perfect.
Paul Kelly returns with the inside story of how the most effective political partnership in years broke apart, with disastrous consequences.
Filmmaker David Bond's latest project has created a social revolution in the UK.
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction have between them been entrusted with the lives of many of the most popular superheroes.
Air Commodore John Oddie (retired) served in the Royal Australian Air Force for more than thirty years.
James Castrission and Justin Jones
Adventurers James Castrission and Justin Jones paddled a kayak from Australia to New Zealand.
Karen M Davis
Crime writer Karen M Davis worked for 20 years in NSW detective squads on drugs, firearms and homicide operations.
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