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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.
 
Great conversations with thoughtful and creative makers who are passionate about what they do — visual arts. We’re all creative at heart — this show taps into that.
 
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We look at live streaming and the responsibility of social media platforms in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack, talk over the documentary detailing sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson and our teen correspondent mourns the cancellation of Netflix's One Day at a Time.
 
Comedian Mark Humphries joins the TV chat with Lauren Carroll Harris and Jason Di Rosso to talk about Ricky Gervais' new series After Life. Director Karyn Kusama discusses directing Nicole Kidman in edgy cop thriller Destroyer, and film curator Richard Sowada is in to talk Design on Film.
 
Melissa Lucashenko's Stella-shortlisted novel started its life as a project about 'Aboriginal hillbillies'.
 
Jamie Marina Lau started writing her debut novel when she was 19, by the time she was 21, it was published.
 
Little Gods features 12 year old Olive who thinks of herself as clever, brave and sure and is constantly unsatisfied by the explanations of adults.
 
Enza Gandolfo's Stella-shortlisted novel was inspired by the real-life West Gate Bridge disaster, which killed 35 people in 1970s Melbourne.
 
The Stella judges say Tumarkin's book "pushes the boundaries of non-fiction so far out that they will never recover".
 
Chris Heysen and NGV curator Angela Hesson on important 20th-century Australian painters, father and daughter artists Hans and Nora Heysen, vale Edmund Capon in Arts News, Fiona Gruber visits Melbourne's Lyon Housemuseum on the opening of a new public gallery next door, and Bendigo Art Gallery's Tansy Curtin and London's National Portrait Galle ...…
 
Chris Heysen and NGV curator Angela Hesson on important 20th-century Australian painters, father and daughter artists Hans and Nora Heysen, vale Edmund Capon in Arts News, Fiona Gruber visits Melbourne's Lyon Housemuseum on the opening of a new public gallery next door, and Bendigo Art Gallery's Tansy Curtin and London's National Portrait Galle ...…
 
Acclaimed Australian playwright Patricia Cornelius has been awarded the Windham-Campbell Prize for drama, US playwright Clare Barron's Dance Nation follows a group of teens in the throes of adolescence finding their place in a hyper-sexualised and competitive world of dance, and we speak with playwright and performer Nakkiah Lui about her new s ...…
 
Stella prize winning author Carrie Tiffany on her latest Exploded View, Gerald Murnane on the release of A Season on Earth in full and the book to film adaptation of The Big Sleep.
 
Comedian Ronny Chieng tries to fill in for Benjamin Law and introduces us to a haunting video of a fish eating a bird, the world wide web turns 30 and documentary maker Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore on her efforts to crew her music video shoots almost entirely with women.
 
An interview with director Anthony Maras and star Dev Patel about the new Australian film Hotel Mumbai. We take a look at a new experimental film from artist Solange, which reflects the way the music industry is changing its approach to the moving image. Marcus Graham reveals his Top Shelf, and a review of Sometimes Always Never, the debut film ...…
 
Established Sydney gallerists Michael Reid and Roslyn Oxley, and manager of the 12-month old APY Art Centre Collective Skye O'Meara, sit down with Ed to discuss the state of play for commercial galleries and how the market has changed over the last 10 years since Sydney's Art Month began, we find out the winner of this year's Tom Malone Prize i ...…
 
Established Sydney gallerists Michael Reid and Roslyn Oxley, and manager of the 12-month old APY Art Centre Collective Skye O'Meara, sit down with Ed to discuss the state of play for commercial galleries and how the market has changed over the last 10 years since Sydney's Art Month began, we find out the winner of this year's Tom Malone Prize i ...…
 
Gideon Obarzanek guides us through the programs of Melbourne's biennial dance celebration Dance Massive and the new Sydney dance festival March Dance, and with three Carmen-inspired productions on Australian stages, we take a deep dive into Bizet's opera and the many ways the story continues to be told.…
 
Guests of Adelaide Writers' Week on their latest books: Pakistani author Mohammed Hanif speaks to Claire Nichols at the festival about his novel Red Birds and Esi Edugyan on her 2018 Booker shortlisted novel Washington Black.
 
For International Women's Day, Beverley talks feminism(s) with The Wave's Noreen Malone and journalist Joan Morgan. Plus Carly Findlay introduces us to five disabled and chronically ill fashionistas to follow online.
 
A new book sheds light on the career of an all but forgotten Hollywood star who was one of Australia's most promising exports in the 1930's. Vulture critic Jen Chaney joins us from the U.S. to talk about the TV series Better Things by long-time Louis C.K. collaborator Pamela Adlon, and a discussion on Lars von Trier's latest work, an ultra conf ...…
 
Jewellery designer Rene Skelton works in studio, has fashion found its place in the art world? RMIT head of fashion and design Professor Robyn Healy, Sass & Bide co-founder Heidi Middleton, and writer and curator Miranda Hine discuss, the NSW inquiry into museums report in Arts News with Claire Nichols, the catwalk comes to the gallery for Gorm ...…
 
Jewellery designer Rene Skelton works in studio, has fashion found its place in the art world? RMIT head of fashion and design Professor Robyn Healy, Sass & Bide co-founder Heidi Middleton, and writer and curator Miranda Hine discuss, the NSW inquiry into museums report in Arts News with Claire Nichols, the catwalk comes to the gallery for Gorm ...…
 
From the heart of the Adelaide Festival — The Palais on the riverbank at Elder Park — we're joined live on stage by artistic directors Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield to meet some of the tremendous local and international talent in this year's program. Guests include choreographer Meryl Tankard, artistic director of Windmill Theatre Co. Rosemary ...…
 
As a bonus for podcast listeners, we speak with playwright and performer Nakkiah Lui about her new satirical play at the Sydney Theatre Company: How to Rule the World. The play is about three Australian political aspirants — an Aboriginal (Lui), an Asian (Michelle Lim Davidson) and an Islander (Anthony Taufa) — who realise they need a white pol ...…
 
Booker winner Ben Okri talks about his latest book The Freedom Artist at Adelaide Writers Week and we explore the writer's room of Perth based Irish writer Dervla McTiernan.
 
Green Book isn't our cup of tea, the internet seems to finally be making an effort to be less of a trash place (and speaking of the web, our pals at The Signal take us somewhere weird) PLUS Bev tries to get her podcast mojo back.
 
Lauren Carroll Harris speaks to the creators of the ABC's bold new soap opera The Heights, in particular their aim for innovating the genre, and a lookback at the history of Australian soapies with academic Sue Turnbull. Jason Di Rosso speaks to director Gabrielle Brady about her documentary Island of the Hungry Ghosts and comedians Kate McLenn ...…
 
Ben Quilty on the defining moments of his career and the first major survey of his work - Quilty, Alana Holmberg on her National Photographic Portrait Prize-winning shot of her pregnant sister, the contents of Mirka Mora's studio up for auction in Arts News, and Janet Laurence on her 30-year career combining art and natural history, ahead of he ...…
 
Ben Quilty on the defining moments of his career and the first major survey of his work - Quilty, Alana Holmberg on her National Photographic Portrait Prize-winning shot of her pregnant sister, the contents of Mirka Mora's studio up for auction in Arts News, and Janet Laurence on her 30-year career combining art and natural history, ahead of he ...…
 
Director John Tiffany and cast members talk Harry Potter and the Cursed Child — the theatrical phenomenon that has just opened in Melbourne's Princess Theatre, Lano and Woodley's Fly is their first show as a duo in 12 years, and as the Perth Festival enters its final week, Humphrey Bower breaks down the hits and misses of this year's program — ...…
 
The Screen Show's Jason Di Rosso and Lauren Carroll Harris pair up with Stop Everything's Beverley Wang and Benjamin Law with a hot off the press Oscars special podcast. We break down the winners, the losers, the memorable speeches and how the hostless Academy Awards played out.
 
The Screen Show's Jason Di Rosso and Lauren Carroll Harris pair up with Stop Everything's Beverley Wang and Benjamin Law with a hot off the press Oscars special podcast. We break down the winners, the losers, the memorable speeches and how the hostless Academy Awards played out.
 
Authors Balli Kaur Jaswal, Markus Zusak and Amy Sackville compare notes on the writing process.
 
Get Krack!n's Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan - with the help of writer Jessica Walton - dedicate an episode of their distinktly inkompetent morning show to disability, Indigicon is coming to Australia so we speak to Lee Francis (founder of the US-based Indigicon) and Cienan Muir (director of the Australian Indigicon) PLUS Frozen 2, live-actio ...…
 
Set on Kangaroo Island, South Australia, this debut novel alternates between contemporary and historical narratives.
 
We're talking about Netflix's latest binge-watch Dirty John, and a sweet new middle school comedy called Pen15. Plus, interviews from Paris ahead of the French Film Festival with star filmmakers Claire Denis and Louis Garrell, and reviews of Vox Lux and Stan and Ollie.
 
Photographer Paul Harmon showcases degradation of the Murray-Darling Basin in Watermarks at Casula Powerhouse, how to look at a painting and not get overwhelmed in galleries according to AGNSW's Justin Paton, New Zealand artist Lisa Reihana's video work In Pursuit of Venus (Infected) at Adelaide Festival, American whaler graffiti on rock art in ...…
 
Photographer Paul Harmon showcases degradation of the Murray-Darling Basin in Watermarks at Casula Powerhouse, how to look at a painting and not get overwhelmed in galleries according to AGNSW's Justin Paton, New Zealand artist Lisa Reihana's video work In Pursuit of Venus (Infected) at Adelaide Festival, American whaler graffiti on rock art in ...…
 
Eddie Izzard on workshopping his new show Wunderbar in French and German, we tour The Australian Ballet Centre's pointe shoe room with dancer Jade Wood and artistic coordinator Robyn Begg, we follow a post-apocalyptic theatre troupe who perform their hazy memories of The Simpsons in Mr Burns, a Post-Electric Play, and Bangarra dancer Beau Dean ...…
 
Award winning British crime writer Lynda La Plante on Widow's Revenge, The Bikes of Wrath documentary about retracing the Joad's trip across America in The Grapes of Wrath, and Australian writer Debra Adelaide's collection of short stories Zebra.
 
Feminist icon Clementine Ford shares why she's obsessed with Channel 9's Married At First Sight, Double J's Zan Rowe dishes on what went down at the Grammy Awards and The Guardian's Naaman Zhou asks whether Mario respects Luigi?
 
Julian Schnabel talks about directing Willem Dafoe in At Eternity's Gate. A discussion about the return of stoner comedy-drama High Maintenance as well as Sally 4 Ever, a new British comedy from Julia Davis. Jason Di Rosso reviews If Beale Street Could Talk and checks in with a critic on the ground at Berlin Film Festival.…
 
Textile designer Martina Latimer brings her sewing machine into the studio, Ed visits a shearing shed with watercolourist Christine Porter, Claire Nichols takes us to Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley at AGWA, and a NSW museum inquiry wraps up in Arts News.
 
Textile designer Martina Latimer brings her sewing machine into the studio, Ed visits a shearing shed with watercolourist Christine Porter, Claire Nichols takes us to Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley at AGWA, and a NSW museum inquiry wraps up in Arts News.
 
Live on stage from the foyer of the Heath Ledger Theatre, Michael Cathcart introduces you to some of the biggest local and international artists at this year's Perth Festival. We hear all about Lost and Found Opera's Ned Kelly, meet Greek director and choreographer Dimitris Papaioannou (The Great Tamer), discuss how much can change in 20 years ...…
 
American author Kristen Roupenian's book of short stories including the New Yorker story, Cat Woman, that went viral, Puberty Blues author Gabrielle Carey on Australian young adult writer Ivan Southall and debut novelists Bram Presser and Katherine Collette share their juvenilia.
 
Liam Neeson's inflammatory race-based comments (we wish we didn't have to do this), Dolly Doctor on Netflix's Sex Education, Eurovision-hopefuls Electric Fields and Spotify drops over $200 million on podcast production house Gimlet.
 
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki discusses her Oscar nominated film Capharnaüm, about a young boy in Beirut who sues his parents for giving him life. Actor Ewen Leslie talks about his role in the new ABC series The Cry, and Lena Dunham's first TV creation since Girls. Plus, artist Zanny Begg and producer Philippa Bateman on their experimental do ...…
 
Chinese art curator from the Art Gallery of New South Wales Yin Cao describes some of the treasures from Taipei's National Palace Museum on display in the exhibition Heaven and Earth in Chinese Art, Kwementyaye Ngallametta is remembered in arts news with Claire Nichols, US-based artist Cassils explains how they use their body in performance wor ...…
 
Chinese art curator from the Art Gallery of New South Wales Yin Cao describes some of the treasures from Taipei's National Palace Museum on display in the exhibition Heaven and Earth in Chinese Art, Kwementyaye Ngallametta is remembered in arts news with Claire Nichols, US-based artist Cassils explains how they use their body in performance wor ...…
 
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