A moving and personal account of the events that led to the overthrow of Mubarak in Egypt. Writer and journalist Yasmine El Rashidi is in conversation with ABC Foreign Correspondent's Sophie McNeill at the Sydney Writers' Festival.
Should the Queen be the last Australian Monarch? This IQ2 Debate was recorded in collaboration with BBC Worldwide and features Bob Carr, Marcia Langton alongside UK journo David Aaronovitch and local lawyer Julian Leeser.
Is manufacturing dead in Oz or just in a slow decline as its rapidly replaced by the services sector? Ian Harper is in conversation with MP Claire O'Neill to discuss whether or not we'll still have a manufacturing sector in 30 years time.
Be friends with Russia or be wary of the bear? This intelligence squared debate from London features Sir Tony Brenton - former British ambassador to Russia as well as Serge Karaganov; a former advisor to Putin himself.
A session from the Wordstorm Writers' Festival in Darwin featuring Kerrie Anne Walsh, Antony Loewenstein and NT based journalists; reflecting on changes in reportage, media ownership and political alignments.
Gold digger, dumb blonde, bimbo, fishwife, whore. A panel of feisty women discuss these labels at this year's Sydney Writers' Festival in a panel moderated by Tracey Spicer.
Does an unauthorised biography mean you're getting the inside scoop and an authorised biography the sanitised version? Not always. Listen to three stellar journalists talk about their unauthorised biographies at this year's Sydney Writers' Festival.
What makes us uniquely human? Join a fascinating discussion between two experts from the fields of psychology & evolutionary biology at the Sydney Writers' Festival 2014.
Vikram Chandra is a fiction writer and computer programmer. You may not necessarily see the connection straight away, but in this elegant and intriguing conversation conducted by Adam Spencer , the relationship becomes clear.
The Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne, Philip Freier, talks cutting carbon emissions with economist Ross Garnaut and activist Natalie Issacs.
David Gonski delivers the inaugural Jean Blackburn address in Melbourne and these are his first public comments post Budget.
Former Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser joins Simon Longstaff from St James Ethics Centre; and gives an interesting insight into what has shaped his values and his politics.
Another brilliant TEDx Sydney session featuring Marcus Zuzak, best-selling author of The Book Thief, singer Megan Washington and Australian artist Tim Sharp and his mother Judy Sharp.
It started out as a simple online project to raise awareness about the everyday battle women face against sexism. It soon grew into a movement. Founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, Laura Bates, talks with Thea Dikeos from the St James Ethics Centre.
Will history's judgement will be to vindicate our treatment of 'boat people.' This Intelligence Squared debate asks that query. For the motion: Philip Ruddock and Tom Switzer. Against the motion: Carina Hoang and Richard Ackland.
More talks from TEDxSydney. Australian author and counterinsurgency expert David Kilcullen features alongside an impressive line up, including neuroscientist Cyndi Shannon Weickart , whose own tragedy inspired her to search for a cure to schizophrenia.
Inspiring moments from TEDxSydney; there's biomedical science, lighting architecture, and an inspiring story out of Afghanistan, all culminating in a performance by newcomer Marlon Williams.
Sean McMeekin's the bloke you wish you'd had as your history teacher; he's both meticulous and passionate. He's in conversation with Peter Monteath about his latest book which focuses on WWI.
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