In this week’s podcast we watch ice-skaters and unreliable narrators in Craig Gillespie’s film I, Tonya. Then we investigate the cultural obsession with creative people’s daily routines. And finally, we watch the black-humoured YA romcom series, The End of the F***ing World.
In this week’s podcast we watch Warwick Thornton’s period western film Sweet Country. Then we read Claire G. Coleman’s speculative novel, Terra Nullius. And finally, we watch Nakkiah Lui’s vadge-tastic buddy comedy series, Kiki and Kitty.
In this week’s podcast we watch the Netflix series Alias Grace, 2017’s second Margaret Atwood novel to hit the small screen. Then we watch the SBS series River Cottage Australia and investigate the intersection of food and gender. And finally, we chat to Meredith Forrester, the author of gently political writing guide Make Grammar Great Again.
In this week’s podcast we watch Kriv Stenders’ documentary, The Go-Betweens: Right Here. Then we read Laurent Binet’s novel The 7th Function of Language to ask, why did Roland Barthes cross the road? And finally, we laugh our red-and-yellow swimming caps off as we watch Comedy Central’s new webseries, Nippers of Dead Bird Bay.