Wendy Williams, Thursday, 19th December 2019 -
How do men navigate the dance between happiness and sadness? Geneviève Bailey wanted to find out. Here she talks to Wendy Williams about her film Happy Sad Man, which explores how five men deal with mental health and find their recipe for happiness,
Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 26th November 2019 -
Gisela Kaufmann and Carsten Orlt talk to Wendy Williams about how their new web-series is putting a spotlight on the long hidden face of agriculture, as part of a series profiling powerful documentaries in partnership with Documentary Australia Found
Wendy Williams, Thursday, 10th October 2019 -
What impact can one man and his dog jumping team have on the lives of young people doing it tough in the bush? A profound one, Catherine Scott tells Wendy Williams, as part of a series profiling powerful documentaries in partnership with Documentary
Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 27th August 2019 -
Everybody has a story to tell when it comes to mental health, and Byron Bay filmmaker Darius Devas is no exception. He talks to Wendy Williams about his struggle with anxiety and how the suicide of his friend led him to make The Common Thread, as par
Tim Costello, Tuesday, 30th July 2019 -
In this extract from his new memoir, A Lot with A Little, activist Tim Costello reflects on the need for Australia to take our fair share of refugees and reject the language of the new authoritarianism and scapegoating.
Mike Davis, Monday, 22nd July 2019 -
Podcasts offer us a great way to harness and optimise idle time so that we might learn, connect and grow. Here podcast fanatic and producer Mike Davis shares his top five listens from Australia.
Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 9th July 2019 -
Who is Michael Leunig? Wendy Williams talks to Kasimir Burgess about his new film The Leunig Fragments and why despite being at the centre of the doco the famous cartoonist remains as elusive as ever, as part of a series profiling powerful documentar