Tonight another of our Enough Rope 'on the road' specials, where we visit the Queensland mining town of Mt Isa, and Andrew talks to three of the locals.
Andrew's special guest on the final Enough Rope for 2006 is expat Australian author and art critic for The New York Times, Robert Hughes.
Andrew Denton presents an encore screening of his intimate interview with one of the world's most admired and respected men, the lead singer of U2, Bono.
Andrew's guest will be author Les Carlyon, and an intriguing interview with two people who have participated in a new concept from Sweden called 'Living Library'.
Andrew talks to comedian and actor Billy Crystal.
Little Britain's David Walliams and Matt Lucas will be Andrew Denton's special guests in an interview recorded in London.
A worldwide television exclusive interview with Joanne Lees, whose boyfriend, Peter Falconio was murdered by Bradley John Murdoch in the Northern Territory in 2001.
Andrew Denton's guests are Ian Chappell, and Ingrid Pulson, whose husband killed her two children, her father, and then himself. The Coroner ruled this could have been prevented if the police had acted sooner. Includes footage of 1981 underarm bowling incident, which Chappell discusses.
Andrew Denton interviews the inspiring Raelene Boyle and comedian, Rod Quantock.
Andrew Denton will be talking to celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, to be followed by a tribute to Peter Brock with a repeat screening of his 2005 interview.
Andrew Denton presents this special interview with former US Vice President Al Gore, currently promoting his feature documentary on the dangers of global warming, An Inconvenient Truth.
Andrew interviews comedienne, Lily Tomlin and hears the very different stories behind three amputees.
Andrew Denton interviews Australian television legend Michael Willesee.
Andrew talks to the man behind the nicknames 'feral abacus' and 'the visiting professor' - John Hewson and the multi-award winning performer, John Butler.
This week Enough Rope goes 'On the Road' to the north-west Victorian town of Rainbow (population about 550), which lies in wheat and sheep country on the edge of the Mallee (desert country). Scratch the surface and even a small town like Rainbow reveals a cast of characters.
Andrew speaks with Dr Jane Goodall, the world's leading expert on chimpanzees and an extraordinary interview with 70s star, Donny Osmond.
Andrew talks to the charismatic Chrissy Amphlett and comedian, Ben Elton.
Dual Oscar winning actor, Kevin Spacey and Bernie and Karen Banton on the dreadful legacy of the asbestos industry.
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