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Adelaide Writers Week 2014 - Burial Rites
ABC May 4, 2014

Author of wildly successful novel Burial Rites about double murderer Agnes Magnusdottir (last woman executed in Iceland, 1830), Hannah Kent talks to Steven Gale about her novel: poetic, grisly and at one with the bleak scenery.

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Big Ideas Arts Mean Girls - Opera Queesnland's Production Of Verdi's Rigoletto

ABC March 23, 2014
Bad guys. Mean girls. Why do we love the villains, the floozies and the cads? We're talking opera - Opera Queensland and their production of Verdi's Rigoletto. Enjoy some ...

Bad guys. Mean girls. Why do we love the villains, the floozies and the cads? We're talking opera - Opera Queensland and their production of Verdi's Rigoletto. Enjoy some great music and interesting discussion by industry greats.

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Big Ideas Arts Sydney Writers' Festival 2014 - A Coloured History

ABC August 31, 2014
By now, we know all there is to know about Australia's history. Or do we? Here's a fascinating discussion with Henry Reynolds, Bruce Pascoe and moderator Lydia Miller about ...

By now, we know all there is to know about Australia's history. Or do we? Here's a fascinating discussion with Henry Reynolds, Bruce Pascoe and moderator Lydia Miller about war, memorials, commemoration and agriculture!

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Big Ideas Arts Debbie Millman - Design, Melbourne Writers Festival 2014

ABC October 26, 2014
What's good design? And why is it important? Delving into these questions is Debbie Millman - a 'brand' specialist and a podcaster on all things to do with design. Here she is ...

What's good design? And why is it important? Delving into these questions is Debbie Millman - a 'brand' specialist and a podcaster on all things to do with design. Here she is in conversation with architect Stuart Harrison.

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Big Ideas Arts Black Diggers - Opera Queensland

ABC November 2, 2014
This is the story of the aboriginal men who served overseas in WW1. They joined up even though, at the time, they had no voting rights and didn't count as humans in any ...

This is the story of the aboriginal men who served overseas in WW1. They joined up even though, at the time, they had no voting rights and didn't count as humans in any national census. A powerful and moving session.

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Big Ideas Arts The Snowden Files

ABC November 16, 2014
Who really is Edward Snowden? The Guardian's Luke Harding talks about why Snowden did what he did and how he came to be the world's most wanted man.

Who really is Edward Snowden? The Guardian's Luke Harding talks about why Snowden did what he did and how he came to be the world's most wanted man.

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