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Sep 22, 2017

Benjamin Law pops in for his quarterly essay Moral panic 101: Equality, Acceptance and the safe schools program"; Harlem globetrotter Jay 'Stretch' Middleton talks about the safe lace basketball camps happening over the school holidays.

There's also a heated discussion about pickles and the finer points of prodding...


Sep 22, 2017

Vanessa, Jo and Colin keeping you updated on technology, computing and startups on this episode of Byte Into IT.

Our guest this week is Belle Cooper, the co-founder of HelloCode, the creator of personal analytics app @ExistApp and @LarderApp, the speedy bookmarking tool for developers.


Sep 21, 2017

Novelist Chris Womersley talks about the inspiration behind his new novel City Of Crows; writer, comedian, poet Justin Heazlewood talks about why he likes reading his material in front of an audience; and writers Fiona Wood and Simmone Howell talk about their collaborative novel with Cath Crowley, Take Three Girls. With...


Sep 21, 2017

Richard is joined by Simon Maidment from the NGVA about their new work Gareth Sansom: Transformer, Perth centred Fringe performers Mark Storen and Georgia King in the work The One; and finally Flying Fruit Fly Circus artistic director Jodie Farrugia chats about Junk showing at the Arts Centre...


Sep 19, 2017

In this episode of Greening the Apocalypse, Adam, Premenstrual and Jed spoke to Craig Byatt and Liz Franzmann about their recent experience building a tiny house.

Craig Byatt is a holistic architect and Liz has a background in sustainability and project management. We spoke about how the demand for tiny houses is on...