Cory Taylor Interview

20 May, 2016 by

Advances in medicine and in health care mean that most of us are living longer, but have they also meant that we are dying longer?...

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Toni Jordan Interview

10 May, 2016 by

In a stylishly decorated house, in the semi-rural remove of Melbourne’s outskirts, chaos is about to unfold. Because Caroline...

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Mette Jakobsen Interview

10 May, 2016 by

No parent should experience the loss of a child. And yet, life isn’t always that kind. But if the worst happens, when that loss...

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Ann Arnold Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

Why is Australia incarcerating more people now than ever before? Violent crime rates have been almost universally trending down for...

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Jo Marchant Interview

18 Feb, 2016 by

The use of a placebo is a standard part of medical trials these days. One group receives the drug or treatment being tested, and the...

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David Vann Interview

23 Dec, 2015 by

David Vann is the closest thing we have to a regular on this show – this is his third visit – and it’s down to two things....

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Kelly Link Interview

23 Dec, 2015 by

The short story feels like it’s undergoing a popular renaissance at the moment, but Kelly Link has been showing us what the form...

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Tim Flannery Interview

2 Nov, 2015 by

The shift away from fossil fuels has begun. It may be somewhat chaotic – accompanied by cries of rage from entrenched interests, and...

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SJ Watson Interview

13 Oct, 2015 by

How much can we trust what we see online? In a society where identity gives way to pseudo-anonymity, does the freedom to be ourselves...

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Antonia Murphy Interview

15 Sep, 2015 by

How well do you think you’d adjust if you traded in your life for a completely new one? Well Antonia Murphy put that to the test, at...

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