portrait February 17, 2018

My grandmother’s death

Reflecting on what’s lost with the passing of a generation.

portrait February 10, 2018

Conductor Alondra de la Parra

At home with the music director of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Alondra de la Parra.

portrait January 27, 2018

Author Debra Adelaide

A seat at the desk of academic, poet and author Debra Adelaide.

portrait February 3, 2018

Poet Alan Wearne

Lunch with ‘that’ teacher, poet Alan Wearne.

portrait December 23, 2017

Designer Mary Featherston

Play and pedagogy with designer Mary Featherston.

portrait December 16, 2017

Gender-equality activist Tasman Bain

A conversation with Tasman Bain, co-founder of PNG gender-equality charity Meri Toksave.

art December 9, 2017

Tim Jennings and Aboriginal art

At Utopia, deep in the desert of the Northern Territory, the red edge of the land meets the sky in an unending line. The plains are rusted and sparse. Mulga trees and ghost gums that line the bush tracks spread thinly into the desert, greens and...

portrait December 2, 2017

Comedian Shane Mauss

An American stand-up comic writes about the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs.

portrait November 25, 2017

Fighting the good fight for veterans

Terry O’Connor comes from a large Irish Catholic family, brimming with lawyers and military servicemen. His father, a labourer, the youngest of 13 children, served in World War II and, despite only primary school education, spent many years as a...

portrait November 18, 2017

Black Lives Matter in Australia

Maxine Beneba Clarke on the Black Grapevine and the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement.

portrait November 11, 2017

Musician Ron Peno

A blabbering chat with singer-songwriter Ron Peno.