Apr 19, 2017
This week Elizabeth and Lou speak with Germaine Greer about The University of Melbourne's archive of her work. Elizabeth also speaks with Lorin Clarke regarding her children’s book "Our Last Trip To The Market".
Apr 5, 2017
Today, Elizabeth and Lou speak with local novelist and critic Fiona Capp regarding her novel "To Know My Crime". They chat about Jeanette Winterson’s piece "Now Is The Time To Think To Dream To Love” in The Drill Down, and with comedian Sam Simmons about his Melbourne International Comedy Festival show "A-K".
Mar 15, 2017
Elizabeth and Lou speak with Jeff Sparrow about his book "No Way but This: In Search of Paul Robeson", they chat about Pamela Anderson's love poem to Julian Assange in the Drill Down, and to Frank Moorhouse regarding his Meanjin essay "Is Writing A Way Of Life? And If So, What Is The LIterary Life?".
Mar 8, 2017
In another great show, Elizabeth and Lou speak with Jessa Crispin about her book "Why I Am Not A Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto". They also speak with "her words" creator Domini Marshall & series producer Emma Roberts about their online series that celebrates diversity and fights inequality.
As well, in the Drill...
Mar 2, 2017
Elizabeth and Lou speak with Chunky Moves choreographer Anouk van Dijk about her new production 'Chunky Moves' and the juncture between choreography and story telling. They also speak with Nathan Hill about his epic novel 'The Nix', and discuss T2 Trainspotting.