Violin virtuoso Richard Tognetti and performance artist and provocateur Penny Arcade talk about collaboration, the self-imposed rigour required in performance, their love of the sea, and their 23-year-old friendship.
Australia's worst solo serial killer, is now serving life for the murders of seven hitchhiking backpackers between 1989 and 1992. Featuring interviews with his family, a criminal psychologist, his boss, an anthropologist and criminal profiler, police, prosecuting attorney and authors.
Meet the Mavericks is an interview series featuring some of our most iconic artists, performers, cultural leaders and all round troublemakers, in conversation about their work, passions, shared experiences, and their takes on the world.
The series provides a deeper look at Australians who challenge and shape our cultural landscape.
Meet the Mavericks pairs guests from different generations
and fields who have aspects of their work or areas of interest in common:
This week, UK Turner prize-winning ceramicist, cross-dresser and provocateur Grayson Perry meets comedian, actor and writer Magda Szubanski to discuss art, comedy, therapy, shedding their alter egos, and the meaning of 'daggy' and 'cool'.
A series looking at the people who keep the party animals safe. Tonight, we're in Newcastle - the party capital of the North where paramedics deal with the aftermath of a fight and deal with girls who have fallen in their six inch heels. Meanwhile Geordie Cabbie Matty rises to the challenge when asked to play a game of hen bingo.