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December 7, 2016

Recent Interviews…


  • Felicity McLean: “I always loved creative writing.”

  • Blanche d’Alpuget: “She was extraordinarily powerful.”

  • Peter Helliar: “It’s a really good feeling.”

  • Matthew Condon: “To win people’s trust is an ongoing battle.”

  • Leah Kaminsky: “Books are powerful. They have a voice.”

  • Munjed Al Murderis: “My story is not unique, I’m one of many.”

For more recent interviews, click here.

Our most popular interviews…


  • Neil Gaiman on Norse Mythology

  • Sarah Wilson on First, We Make the Beast Beautiful

  • Peter FitzSimons on The Great Aussie Bloke Slim-Down

  • Jimmy Barnes: “This was a whole new set of pressure.”

  • Richard Fidler interview on Ghost Empire

  • Jodi Picoult on Small Great Things

For more podcasts, click here.

Plugged & Unplanned


  • Plugged and Unplanned – Episode 21: Mick Spencer

  • Plugged and Unplanned – Episode 20: Mick Spencer

  • Plugged and Unplanned – Episode 19: Mick Spencer

  • Plugged and Unplanned – Episode 18: Max Markson

  • Plugged and Unplanned – Episode 17: Max Markson

  • Plugged and Unplanned – Episode 16: Max Markson

For more Plugged & Unplanned, click here.

Let’s chat about food…


  • Dr Michael Mosley: “It’s about health transformation.”

  • Sarah Wilson: “Everything gets used up!”

  • Reece Carter: “We need to stop seeing vegetables and legumes as boring.”

For more foodie talk, click here.

The latest Fiction…


  • Felicity McLean: “I always loved creative writing.”

  • Blanche d’Alpuget: “She was extraordinarily powerful.”

  • Peter Helliar: “It’s a really good feeling.”

  • Leah Kaminsky: “Books are powerful. They have a voice.”

  • Meg & Tom Keneally: “We’re learning off each other.”

  • Kelly Rimmer: “I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was six.”

For more Fiction talks, click here.

Chatting with household names…


  • Peter Helliar: “It’s a really good feeling.”

  • Meg & Tom Keneally: “We’re learning off each other.”

  • Catriona Rowntree: “Life is short – just say yes!”

  • Catherine Moolenschot & Jim Penman on Jim’s Book

  • Lynda La Plante: “If you’re writing a book, you’re free.”

  • Jane Caro: “When I was young, women didn’t support women very much.”

For more interviews with celebs, click here.

All about the kids…


  • Peter Helliar: “It’s a really good feeling.”

  • Chris Ferrie: “Children are little scientists.”

  • Kaz Cooke: “The book is meant to be your front-line, go-to book.”

  • Matt Stanton: “Funny Kid is for all kids.”

  • Mem Fox And Judy Horacek are back!

  • Jessica Townsend: “I’m so private about my writing.”

For more chats about kids books, click here.

Healthy Living…


  • Dr Michael Mosley: “It’s about health transformation.”

  • Reece Carter: “We need to stop seeing vegetables and legumes as boring.”

  • Lee Holmes: “Diversity is key.”

For more on healthy living, click here.

For those who love literature…


  • Angela Meyer: “It’s very fun to write a character that you hate at times.”

  • Trent Dalton: “I’m still trying to answer all those questions that were in me as a kid.”

  • Emily O’Grady – winner of The Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award 2018

For more interviews on literature books, click here.

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