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Best The Wheeler Centre podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best The Wheeler Centre podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Subscribe to the Wheeler Centre's podcast to hear full recordings of our talks, featuring the best in books, writing and ideas from Melbourne, Australia.
 
Since March 2016, Aziz has been reporting from Manus in short 30 second bursts, via WhatsApp messages sent from a smuggled phone. On the day his correspondence kicks off with Michael, he’s already been in detention for 864 days. Aziz tells the inside story – the good and the bad – of a place that consistently features in the headlines. A place some consider a necessary product of a successful border control policy, for others, a stain on Australia’s reputation from which it will never recove ...
 
The Fifth Estate responds to the most important stories of the day and reignites those that have fallen off the front pages.
 
A show about pop culture and the newest-latest. What are the current trends in screen, music and internet culture and what do they say about our world right now?
 
Each week day RN Arts programs zoom in on a specific area of art and culture, brought to you by a specialist presenter. Subscribe to their podcasts separately by searching by name in your podcasting app.
 
The Australia Institute Tasmania Podcast.
 
Next Wave’s BREAKFAST CLUB is your early morning shot of artistic and intellectual insight and for the first time ever it’s available as a Podcast series! We’ll be tackling big issues from new perspectives. Feminism, family, the shifting media landscape and imaginary worlds – explored through a series of provocations from Australian artists, writers and creative thinkers.
 
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Comedians Joel Creasey and Lawrence Leung join Beverley and Benjamin at the Wheeler Centre to divulge their surprising pop culture pleasures.
 
Comedians Joel Creasey and Lawrence Leung join Beverley and Benjamin at the Wheeler Centre to divulge their surprising pop culture pleasures.
 
In a summer highlights edition Renee Zellweger talks about her dazzling performance as Judy Garland in the biopic Judy. Joel Edgerton discusses The King, a film he co-wrote with director David Michod and also stars in. Producer Darren Dale talks about the ABC TV series Total Control, and Breaking Bad alumni RJ Mitte with his Top Shelf.…
 
Last year marked the centenary of the Bauhaus school, which revolutionised art and design. We revisit the legacy of the school in Australia, and meet a costume designer making bodysuits for Beyonce.
 
Tim Winton's Cloudstreet returns to the stage, we look back at when Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince staged some of the most inventive and challenging musical theatre Broadway had ever seen, we tour The Australian Ballet Centre's pointe shoe room and learn that it takes a firm hand to mould a soft shoe, and playwright Michelle Law drops by to sha…
 
The two British authors have used elements of Shakespeare's tale in their latest novel. Christos Tsiolkas has chosen a different source: St Paul.
 
Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke on her work before and after #Metoo went viral in October 2017 and some of the challenges of Me Too in Australia and
 
Me Too movement founder Tarana Burke on her work before and after #Metoo went viral in October 2017 and some of the challenges of Me Too in Australia and
 
In a summer highlights edition we revisit interviews with Cannes winning director Bong Joon-ho and Adelaide director Sophie Hyde, who made the 2019 film Animals with Alia Shawkat and Holliday Grainger. The creators and stars of Rosehaven are in, and Lulu Wang shares her Top Shelf.
 
Ed speaks to three guests about issues affecting contemporary artists working today, including pay and funding, gallery representation, and attitudes within and towards the art industry.
 
The writers of Who's Afraid of the Working Class? reunite for Anthem, choreographer Hofesh Shechter brings his Grand Finale back to Australia, we travel to the Komische Oper Berlin to find out how to make opera for everyone, and British comedian Sarah Millican takes control.
 
She brings her history as a struggling young writer in the big city to her latest novel Memories of the Future.
 
Beverley and Benjamin are joined by writers Oliver Phommavanh and Jenna Guillaume at the Brisbane Writers Festival.
 
Beverley and Benjamin are joined by writers Oliver Phommavanh and Jenna Guillaume at the Brisbane Writers Festival.
 
In a summer highlights edition, we revisit a conversation with the director behind the Up series on the latest instalment 63 Up. Plus, a look at how Arctic Noir is influencing the television landscape, and an interview with Juliette Binoche from Paris.
 
Come and visit an extraordinary world where world-class medicine intersects with world-class art; you will meet children, emergency doctors, and artists to find out how art is not only on the walls, but literally built into the hospital from the ground up.
 
The Stage Show takes you to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival with a broadcast live on stage from The Famous Spiegeltent in Elder Park. Co-hosted by festival artistic director Julia Zemiro with special performances from The Swell Mob, Philip Quast, Fiona Choi, Steven Oliver and Hans.
 
Writers Jasper Fforde, Karen Thompson Walker and Krissy Kneen explore the connection between dreams and fiction in a panel discussion from the Brisbane Writers Festival.
 
Sampa The Great on her new album and performing a live score for a film for the first time, Jan Fran introduces us to ContraPoints and Kanan Gill introduces us to some weird conspiracy theories. Plus Rainbow Chan destroys us with a live performance.
 
Sampa The Great on her new album and performing a live score for a film for the first time, Jan Fran introduces us to ContraPoints and Kanan Gill introduces us to some weird conspiracy theories. Plus Rainbow Chan destroys us with a live performance.
 
In a summer highlights edition we revisit a conversation with director of Rocketman Dexter Fletcher, plus a lookback at Round the Twist, an interview with Karyn Kusama on her L.A. Noir film Destroyer, and Kate McLennan and Kate McCartney share their Top Shelf.
 
When Marcel Duchamp brought a bicycle wheel on a stool into the gallery, he turned ideas of sculpture and authorship on their head. We reflect on the legacy of this great 20th century figure and meet a couple of contemporary art innovators working today.
 
John Tiffany and cast members discuss Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Marcia Hines and John Waters recall when Hair brought the promise of revolution to Australia, and we remember the defiance of those in drag at the Stonewall riots and meet three First Nations performers who continue to use drag as a tool for political expression.…
 
Authors Balli Kaur Jaswal, Markus Zusak and Amy Sackville compare notes on the writing process.
 
Beverley and Benjamin are joined by writers Brittney Cooper, Omar Sakr and Zoe Norton Lodge at the SWF.
 
Beverley and Benjamin are joined by writers Brittney Cooper, Omar Sakr and Zoe Norton Lodge at the SWF.
 
In a summer highlights edition we revisit a critics' panel on Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, an interview with screenwriter Joe Murphy from the TV show Younger, and actor and comedian Claudia O'Doherty's Top Shelf.
 
Hans and Nora Heysen are renowned for their almost spiritual love of nature, and the way they meticulously observed and painted Australian light, trees, and flowers. Ed speaks to Chris Heysen - grandson of Hans and nephew of Nora - and National Gallery of Victoria curator Angela Hesson about these two important Australian painters.…
 
We dive into Bizet's opera Carmen and the many ways the story continues to be told, we celebrate Uncle Jack Charles' Red Ochre Award win, and we meet the writers of Come from Away — a musical about the surprising impact of 9/11 on a remote Canadian town.
 
Aziz in the snow, in Switzerland — Photo: Michael Green 'Hard to imagine. Start your life again. Have your own house, your own family.' – Abdul Aziz Muhamat Incredibly, Aziz is in Switzerland. And he’s just won a major international award for human rights defenders. He’s swamped with attention and adoration, briefings and business cards. But he is …
 
Aziz, in a hotel room facing onto Genève-Cornavin railway station — Photo: Michael Green 'I just feel like I left my soul back there, you know. Personally I'm here, but my heart is still in Manus.' – Abdul Aziz Muhamat Aziz is shortlisted for a major international prize, the Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders. The ceremony is in Geneva,…
 
Content note: This podcast episode contains some strong language, and mentions violence and child sexual abuse. As the decade turns, The Show of the Year marks 2019 in style – with host Casey Bennetto and a glittering line-up of writers, comedians and musicians. Paul Kelly, Nath Valvo, Alice Bishop, Sista Zai Zanda, Margot Morales Tanjutco, Laura J…
 
Tyson Yunkaporta and Claire G. Coleman at the Wheeler Centre Claire G. Coleman believes speculative fiction is a powerful political tool. ‘It’s a genre in which there’s great scope for Aboriginal literature … It’s able to sneak politics into places people don’t expect to see it.' Coleman's revelatory 2017 debut novel, Terra Nullius, depicted an alt…
 
Bri Lee, Nikki Stamp, Abbey Mag and Frances Cannon at the Wheeler Centre Bri Lee's Beauty is a deeply personal treatise on body image, discipline and perfectionism. For this discussion, hosted by Lee herself, our panellists take the essay as a jumping-off point for a broader conversation about beauty standards in the 21st Century. Together, they co…
 
Salman Rushdie, Elif Shafak, and Lucy Ellman join the party.
 
We look back at the last decade of pop culture - from polarising figures to how our phones and platforms changed the way we consume media - with The Guardian's culture editor Steph Harmon and playwright, TV writer and actor Nakkiah Lui.
 
We look back at the last decade of pop culture - from polarising figures to how our phones and platforms changed the way we consume media - with The Guardian's culture editor Steph Harmon and playwright, TV writer and actor Nakkiah Lui.
 
A rough and raw account of three teenage boys' struggle with their sexuality and the pervasive homophobia in their regional town.
 
British director Nick Broomfield on his documentary Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love, a chronicle of the muse-artist relationship between Marianne Ihlen and Leonard Cohen that begins on the Greek island of Hydra in the 1960s. French-Canadian actor Théodore Pellerin talks to us about his dynamic performance as a devotee of a pyramid scheme in the s…
 
Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso are thought of separately as two of the 20th Century's greatest artists, but did you know they had an enduring friendship and rivalry?
 
Black Cockatoo tells the story of Australia's first Indigenous sports star, cricketer Johnny Mullagh, we ask Australian creatives and performers to reflect on the last ten years of performing arts, Bernadette Robinson returns to Australia with Songs for Nobodies, and we share some seasonal cheer with Michael Cormick, Johanna Allen and the cast of C…
 
Homelessness can take many guises – sleeping rough, yes, but also couch-surfing, squatting, or staying in a refuge, boarding house or caravan park. The same can be said of the people who experience homelessness. Not defined simply by their predicament, they’re a diverse group. They may be siblings, parents, grandparents; people who study or work; p…
 
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