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Dr Karl on triplej
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Join Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, Zan Rowe and their scientific guests, with a bunch of curious triplej listeners for a weekly injection of science, myth-bashing and answers! Thursdays from 11am EST.
 
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RN Arts - ABC RN
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Formerly The Hub. Each week day we’ll zoom in on a specific area of art and culture, brought to you by a specialist presenter.
 
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Angharad Yeo on e-sports, Australian director Corrie Chen shares her feels on the first majority Asian-American Hollywood film for 25 years Crazy Rich Asians, and we're joined by one of the film's stars, Ronny Chieng.
 
U.S. based Australian filmmaker Kitty Green talks about her career and standout works Casting JonBenet and Ukraine is not a Brothel. John Boyega drops by the studio while in Sydney on a press tour for Pacific Rim: Uprising. In our Behind the Screens segment we meet a film and TV armourer, and Australian musician Sarah Blasko talks us through fi ...…
 
What is traveler's constipation? Why do I have freckles? How do black holes effect dark energy? Dr Karl answers these questions and more, with host Linda Marigliano on triple j Mornings.
 
In this final edition of summer highlights, we hear from West Australian artist Helen Seiver who has come to terms with her parents' deaths through art, Imants Tillers on his Latvian roots, the Art Gang in Brisbane's West End for creatives who have fallen through the cracks, and Ben Quilty on the problem with Santa Claus and "straight, white men."…
 
A look at toxic masculinity from two different writers, Tim Winton and Michael Mohammed Ahmad, inside the writing room of Miles Franklin winner Josephine Wilson, a history of the blurb and an ode to grammar with cabaret performer Louisa Fitzhardinge.
 
Yorta Yorta soprano and composer Deborah Cheetham's requiem for the Eumeralla wars, Anouk van Dijk's Common Ground at Chunky Move performed by Tara Jade Samaya and Richard Cilli, voice and dialect coach Leith McPherson teaches the accent of the Southern United States, Rory Kinnear summons a wicked Macbeth for the National Theatre, and we meet s ...…
 
Comedian Zoe Coombs Marr on her love of Xena: Warrior Princess and transitioning from her alter-ego Dave back to herself, the success of Chinese dating show If You Are the One with SBS translator Jing Han and Australian contestant Mandy Chan, and intimacy director Claire Warden on what she does and why it's taken off since #MeToo.…
 
UK comedian Romesh Ranganathan on his comedy series Just Another Immigrant. Australian director Kate Dennis talks about her work on prestige TV shows in the U.S. Director Ray Argall on his brilliant documentary Midnight Oil 1984, and we meet the director of a small French gem called Aurore.
 
Why do I get stitches when I drive a Bobcat? Why do we stick our tongues out when concentrating? Why does black absorb more heat than white. Dr Karl answers these questions and more, with host Linda Marigliano on triple j Mornings.
 
Dr Barbara Piscitelli on why children's art matters, our youngest studio artists ever, Dr Gai Lindsay on why art teachers need to be confident, an audio postcard from a kindergarten art show, and our Clever Kids on Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
 
In an old fashioned debate, six Australian authors battle out the proposition 'write what you know': Mark Brandi, Claire Coleman, Bram Presser, Jane Rawson, Graeme Simsion and Michelle Aung Thin.
 
South African work of documentary theatre The Fall captures a movement to decolonise their institutions, Gabrielle Wang's novel for younger readers A Ghost in My Suitcase has been adapted for the stage by Barking Gecko Theatre, we check in to an upmarket hotel to learn about Wiradjuri dancer and choreographer Joel Bray's work Biladurang, and Wh ...…
 
On this week's highlights episode, we bring you Benjamin Law's conversation with Get Krack!n and The Katering Show co-creators and stars Kate McLennan and Kate McCartney.
 
Upgrade is the second film directed by Leigh Whannell, a one-time ABC TV movie reviewer who turned filmmaker when he co-wrote the breakout slasher hit Saw. Jason Di Rosso meets veteran French filmmaker Agnes Varda in Paris. Actor Natasha Wanganeen shares her top five films, and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro, co-creator of the hit dramedy Unreal.…
 
British artist Luke Jerrams' Museum of the Moon installation is back in Australia, we take a trip down the River Derwent to contemplate our body's decay in French & Mottershead's Waterborne, Mats Staub explores what it was like to be 21 in different people's lives, and Adelaide artist Clare Belfrage's astonishing glass works.…
 
Booker winner Michael Ondaatje on his latest novel Warlight, Kate Atkinson's recurring fascination with World War II in Transcription and former politician Stanley Johnson on his "what if" novel Kompromat, on the entanglement of Russian, British and American politics.
 
We speak to the legendary Australian choreographer Graeme Murphy about his 50 years with The Australian Ballet, we meet Tony Award-winning director of Jersey Boys Des McAnuff and the Australian cast, voice and dialect coach Leith McPherson leads us through a cockney accent lesson, and we travel backstage with Dancenorth, Circa and The Good Room ...…
 
This week's highlights is all about fans and fandom, with Gates McFadden aka Dr Beverly Crusher from Star Trek: The Next Generation on the convention circuit, Australian filmmaker Jess Leski on her boy band fan documentary I Used to Be Normal, Alicon brings Bronies (male My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic) fans to Adelaide, and hosts of Fanspl ...…
 
Actor turned director Jeremy Sims on his 2018 documentary about Wayne Gardner. Twin Peaks alumni Sheryl Lee explains how cult character Laura Palmer has shaped her life and career, and screenwriter Debra Oswald talks us through her top TV picks.
 
Kenji Uranishi builds with clay in the Hub on Art studio, Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin's pie art, Clever Kids on the Drover's Wife, and paint-maker David Coles on the history of colours in his book Chromatopia.
 
Man Booker winner Arundhati Roy on The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, Christopher de Hamel introduces some remarkable manuscripts, comedian Kirsty Webeck gives a breakdown of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, and US librarian Annie Spence on her break up and love letters to books.
 
The acclaimed production of Calamity Jane starring Virginia Gay continues to tour, Bill Bailey on his musical idols and the Shakespearian origins of knock-knock jokes, voice and dialect coach Leith McPherson explains the transformation actors undergo to embody their characters, and Opera Australia's regional tour of Madame Butterfly features ch ...…
 
The acclaimed production of Calamity Jane starring Virginia Gay continues to tour, Bill Bailey on his musical idols and the Shakespearian origins of knock-knock jokes, voice and dialect coach Leith McPherson explains the transformation actors undergo to embody their characters, and Opera Australia's regional tour of Madame Butterfly features ch ...…
 
We kick off summer highlights with Karamo Brown and Tan France on the Queer Eye reboot, Theo and Nathan Saidden are brothers and stars of the hit Youtube channel - and now ABC Comedy series - Superwog, Mel Campbell on the internet's quest for purity, and comedian Dilruk Jayasinha on his obsession with Friends growing up in Sri Lanka.…
 
Bradley Cooper talks about his directorial debut A Star is Born. Jodie Whittaker on playing the first female Dr in the Doctor Who franchise, and Game of Thrones production designer Deb Riley fresh from her 2018 Emmys win.
 
Two times Miles Franklin winner talks about his latest novel, A Stolen Season, about the morality of the Iraq War.
 
In our first edition of summer highlights, we revisit Tony Albert's Aboriginalia collection and political works, Thomas Laird on the emotional experience of photographing the murals of Tibet, legally deaf and blind artist Cathy Staughton and her friend and muse Catherine Bell, and Davida Allen on the often untold difficulties of motherhood.…
 
Amy Bloom reimagines the life of Eleanor Roosevelt, Tayari Jones and An American Marriage and umbrellas in fiction with Marion Rankine.
 
Bangarra Dance Theatre explore Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu through dance, we meet Performing Hamlet author Jonathan Croall with performer Dickie Beau who channels history's famous Hamlets in his lip-sync show Re-Member Me, soprano Emma Matthews draws on stories of her life in The Space Between, and comedian Joel Kim Booster on growing up gay, Asian ...…
 
Yumi Stynes, Osman Faruqi, and Brodie Lancaster join Beverley and Ben to battle it out and state their case for the most stand-out TV, music, and internet moments of 2018.
 
A bumper end of year film special with critics Philippa Hawker and Luke Goodsell. We're looking at stories and trends from the year, as well as some big new Boxing Day and festive season releases. We'll also hear from Australian filmmakers about their cinematic picks of 2018.
 
Why is the sky blue? Do people age slower in cold climates? Is my water bottle infecting me? Dr Karl answers these questions and more, with host Linda Marigliano on triple j Mornings.
 
Tate curator Carol Jacobi on the rebellious, colourful and fastidious Pre-Raphaelites ahead of the NGA exhibition Love & Desire, Frida Kahlo's love of photography on show at the Bendigo Art Gallery, we get festive in the studio with Brisbane tinsel artist Rachel Burke, and Fiona Gruber gives us her picks on the 2019 art calendar.…
 
Scottish author William Boyd on his latest novel Love is Blind — an homage to Anton Chekhov, the apostrophe wars with Tiger Webb and Louisa Fitzhardinge, bookseller Elias Greig on his funny encounters with customers, and six year old school children chose their favourite reads.
 
Willy Wonka throws open the doors to his chocolate factory in a new stage musical directed by Jack O'Brien and starring Paul Slade Smith, we meet dance educator Athol Willoughby — winner of the 2018 Australian Dance Award for Lifetime Achievement — and find out how his voice became known to ballet students all over the country, Judith Lucy cons ...…
 
Louisa Collins was hanged in 1888 for murdering her husband...she was tried for killing the other one too. Janet Lee gets inside her head in her debut novel.
 
How comic artist and historian Trina Robbins made history, Lauren Rosewarne on Christmas horror films, producer Hannah Reich on Hanukkah pop culture, Tumblr has banned adult content after child pornography concerns, and Rookie mag has folded.
 
On our last TV panel of the year we're talking new releases including Homecoming and The Bisexual, plus favourite shows of 2018. An interview with Singaporean filmmaker Sandi Tan about her Netflix film Shirkers, and a review of Melissa McCarthy's new film, a biographical comedy-drama called Can You Ever Forgive Me?…
 
How do you make the perfect hot chocolate? Does snorting things destroy your sense of smell? What are the particles of atoms made of?
 
Art historian Joanna Mendelssohn and CoUNTess report founder Elvis Richardson on the gender imbalance in both the art history canon and contemporary art scene in Australia, producer Hannah Reich takes us to the optical illusions of Escher x nendo at the NGV, Karla Dickens on winning the inaugural $80,000 Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund visual ...…
 
An all-Australian show: Kristina Olsson talks about Shell, her novel about the Sydney Opera House, Steve Hawke invites us in to the garage where he writes, and children's author Graeme Base explains his latest picture book, Bumblebunnies.
 
Jane Bodie's new play Lamb about a sheep farming family features new songs by Mark Seymour, we travel around the country to find out what to circle on your 2019 performing arts calendar, globetrotting theatre commentator Richard Jordan discusses the big Broadway and West End news, and we meet Nigel Poulton — one of Australia's best regarded fig ...…
 
Double J presenter Zan Rowe gives her take on this year's ARIA Awards, co-host of Guardian Australia's new #MeToo podcast Witch Hunt, a profile of Lena Dunham has set the internet ablaze, and Disney releases The Lion King remake trailer.
 
This week saw the passing of two greats of cinema, Nicolas Roeg and Bernardo Bertolucci. Still Alice director Wash Westmoreland discusses his new film about French novelist Colette. We look at why German TV is having a moment, and a review of Steve McQueen's female heist movie, Widows.
 
Do you get sicker if you pick your nose? How do you know to breathe? Why doesn't plastic cheese burn?
 
Kwementyaye Petyarre has died at around the age of 80, Eleanor and James Avery bring some of their pop culture-inspired public art process to the studio, arts news with Claire Nichols, critic Sebastian Smee on mother of abstraction Hilma af Klint, and Sana Qadar takes us to Nick Cave's UNTIL at Carriageworks.…
 
Bestselling author Lee Child on why he keeps returning to Jack Reacher in his fiction, mother and daughter Kirsty and Ruby Murray on being writers and related, and Toni Jordan's fifth novel The Fragments.
 
Melbourne's Stork Theatre stage a reading of Homer's The Odyssey in the pop-up MPavilion, voice and dialect coach Leith McPherson helps us with the accent of the typical New Yorker, Tony Award-winner Kelli O'Hara on playing The King and I's defiant schoolteacher Anna in the 21st century, and The Kransky Sisters take A Very Kransky Christmas on ...…
 
Pink Mountain on Locust Island is the first time Jamie Marina Lau has written a story featuring a character like her, with a Cantonese background.
 
ABC tech reporter Ariel Bogle on the huge Chinese social video app TikTok, Brisbane animator Joe Brumm on his hit children's animation Bluey, Courtney Act hosts new bisexual dating reality show The Bi Life, Michelle Obama's memoir Becoming sells nine copies per second, and why are fake Australian accents so bad?…
 
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