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Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 6 31st August 2019

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 6 31st August 2019

August 23, 2019

This week, we are listening again to Australian writer and comedian Judith Lucy, this time hosting her dream dinner party, discussing the topic of death with guests Waleed Aly, Rachel Berger, Ash Flanders and Karen Hitchcock. Judith Lucy will be hosting her own Book Club at MWF19. Head to www.mwf.com.au for details.

The Melbourne Writers Festival Podcast may contain language which some listeners may find offensive.

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 5 24th August 2019

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 5 24th August 2019

August 23, 2019

This week, we will be listening to iconic and loved Australian writer and comedian Judith Lucy converse with broadcaster, book reviewer and producer Elizabeth McCarthy about the different aspects of the creators and their creative process. Judith Lucy will be hosting her own Book Club at MWF19. Head to www.mwf.com.au for details.

The Melbourne Writers Festival Podcast may contain language which some listeners may find offensive.

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 4 17th August 2019

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 4 17th August 2019

August 23, 2019

This week, we will be listening to stars and co-writers of  the ABC’s Black Comedy, Nayuka Gorrie and Nakkiah Lui discuss the trials and tribulations of breaking into the sphere of television comedy, writing  as Aboriginal and Torre Strait Islander women. Nayuka will appear in a number of events at Melbourne Writers Festival in 2019. Head to www.mwf.com.au for details.

The Melbourne Writers Festival Podcast may contain language which some listeners may find offensive.

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 2 3rd August 2019

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 2 3rd August 2019

August 23, 2019

This week, we will be listening to columnist and writer Benjamin Law host his dream dinner party, with a range of guests from the LGTBI community, to discuss the topic “queers across the generations”. Ben Law will return to the Melbourne Writers Festival in 2019, interviewing DeRay Mckesson, a leading voice from the Black Lives Matter movement. Head to www.mwf.com.au for more information.

The Melbourne Writers Festival Podcast may contain language which some listeners may find offensive.

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 3 10th August 2019

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 3 10th August 2019

August 23, 2019

This week, we will be listening to Yumi Stynes host a conversation between creators of the SBS comedy Homecoming Queens Corrie Chen and Michelle Law, and actress Yassmin Abel-Magied, on the topic of creating the series in the context of race and representation. In 2019 Melbourne Writers Festival will be hosting a mock Wedding Reception for Yumi. Head to www.mwf.com.au for details.

The Melbourne Writers Festival Podcast may contain language which some listeners may find offensive.

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 1 27th July 2019

Melbourne Writers Festival Special - Episode 1 27th July 2019

August 23, 2019

This week, we will be listening to writer, speaker and appearance activist Carly Findlay discuss the importance of representation and diversity in modern society with a panel of guests hailing from different segments of society. Carly will be appearing at the Melbourne Writers Festival again in 2019 in a session called ‘When We Talk About Family’. Head to www.mwf.com.au for more details.

The Melbourne Writers Festival Podcast may contain language which some listeners may find offensive.

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Vision Australia Radio Perth special – gallery visit

Vision Australia Radio Perth special – gallery visit

August 20, 2019

Vision Australia Radio’s Emma Ross recently accompanied the Vision Australia team and clients on a guided, tactile tour of the Art Gallery of WA (AGWA), and recorded some of her experience. With more than 17,500 works in the AGWA collection, the curators had a wonderful selection from which to draw. The guests on the tour made some new discoveries, encountered treasured works, and even had some surprises along the way, across AGWA’s new and permanent exhibitions.

Seeing Eye Dogs Show 19th August 2019