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The Conversation Hour
Expect engaging discussions with real people and inspiring stories connecting communities across Victoria, on The Conversation Hour with Richelle Hunt and Warwick Long.
23 hours ago
COVID-19 across Victoria
How coronavirus is affecting you depends on where you live as well as your circumstances.
1 day ago
Homebirths up in the time of coronavirus
Some midwives say the phone is ringing off the hook, as more women consider having their baby at home.
4 days ago
Auslan enrolments have 'skyrocketed'
Each day we see an Auslan interpreter alongside the Premier, and now more people are taking up the language.
5 days ago
Coronavirus restrictions for regional Victorians
In another day of record-breaking case numbers, the Premier has announced masks will be required across the state, and visitor restrictions will apply in some areas.
6 days ago
Colac: The town that gets stuff done
Colac has been hit with the highest number of COVID-19 cases outside the lockdown zone. They are working together to contain the spread.
Jul 27, 2020
Now everyone's heard of Mitchell Shire
Let's talk about the one shire outside of Metropolitan Melbourne under lockdown.
Jul 26, 2020
The push to raise the age
The country's top legal officers are today discussing whether the age of criminal responsibility should be lifted from 10 to 14.
Jul 23, 2020
Telescopes are the new bikes
We're all finding new hobbies in the age of COVID-19 — and stargazing is a fabulous way to take a breath and take in beauty.
Jul 22, 2020
'Please listen to us'
Older Victorians' experiences are varied, and many want their voice to be heard.
Jul 21, 2020
Startups rise from the ashes
Some of the biggest startups have come in the wake of crises — and they're definitely not all in the city.
Jul 20, 2020
Trades and apprenticeships
If you're hiring or getting hired — just how hard is it?
Jul 19, 2020
The future of big events
From country shows to corporate gatherings to the Grand Prix — how can events survive the virus?
Jul 16, 2020
Victoria's record coronavirus case numbers
The state has recorded 428 new cases and three deaths in the last 24 hours.
Jul 15, 2020
Dr Norman Swan answers your coronavirus questions
Victoria has just recorded the highest ever daily increase in COVID-19 cases.
Jul 13, 2020
Is it really a first home buyers' market in the time of COVID-19?
Is it really a buyers' market under the pandemic, or is that real estate spin?
Jul 9, 2020
Victorian wildlife populations at risk after bushfires and drought
Droughts, bushfires and now coronavirus are threatening the populations of vulnerable native species like koalas and frogs.
Jul 8, 2020
Changing the blueprint for public housing
What are the fundamental flaws of public housing, and should the design be changed to add more open space and community facilities.
Jul 7, 2020
Regional Victorians have mixed opinions about Melbourne's lockdown
"I think it's bloody fantastic they have shut down Melbourne. Regional Vic doesn't need people bringing COVID into our areas that have been clear for months now," says Sam from Warrnambool.
Jul 6, 2020
Loneliness on the rise during coronavirus lockdowns in Victoria
There is a rise in 18 to 25 year olds experiencing loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic, so how can communities work together to combat loneliness?
Jul 5, 2020
Regional towns 'divided' whether to allow Melburnians visit during school holidays
"We’ve had barely any impact from COVID-19 directly here. There’s just a bit of panic that people coming from other areas may bring it in and affect the town," said Yarrawonga Holiday Park manager Michelle Driscoll
Jul 2, 2020
It's been 10 years since Victoria had a new national park, so should there be more?
It's been 10 years since the last national park in Victoria was declared, which was the Barmah National Park on the Victorian/New South Wales border.
Jul 1, 2020
Nicotine ban set to change vapers' smoking habits
Medical experts have supported a ban on the importation of nicotine e-cigarettes, but many users are concerned it'll lead them back to smoking traditional cigarettes.
Jun 30, 2020
'CFA has become a puppet of Government': Reactions to Victoria's new fire service
CFA Acting Chief Garry Cook says 'there are still matters to work through' but that he's confident CFA and Fire Rescue Victoria will be able to work together.
Jun 29, 2020
'It's made the invisible, visible': Where to for the Black Lives Matter movement?
What does systematic and social change look like? Defunding Police, raising the criminal age to 14, and educating people about Victoria's First Nations History are some suggestions.
Jun 25, 2020
Is the World Cup the turning point of women's football in Australia?
Australia will host the FIFA Women's World Cup, but at the grassroots level, there's still work to be done.
Jun 24, 2020
How can Australia keep its power grid reliable?
Australia's energy grid was pushed to the limit last summer, so how do we make sure the lights stay on?
Jun 23, 2020
Foreign investment: who actually owns Victorian land?
Whether it's land, water or property, who are the major foreign players investing in Victoria?
Jun 22, 2020
'Home is where you catch this': Dr Norman Swan answers coronavirus questions
Dr Norman Swan says Victorians need 'to behave properly when the restrictions come off' if they want social distancing measures to ease.
Jun 21, 2020
Ski resorts reopen as COVID-19 restrictions tighten in Victoria
Business owners in Mt Buller and Falls Creek are uncertain whether tourists will still visit the ski fields during the pandemic.
Jun 18, 2020
'The problem is the problem, not the kid': How to talk to young people about violence
Gum Mamur, a youth worker for the Les Twentyman Foundation, says that many kids who get involved with violence are 'victims of circumstance.'
Jun 17, 2020
Victorians fired up over suggestions for a wood heater buy-back scheme
"I can't believe that you can't smoke within 10 meters of where children play, but [in the suburbs] people can smoke out their neighbourhood," said Northcote woman Liz Poole.
Jun 16, 2020
Push to demolish or amend 'offensive' historical monuments in Victoria
Will removing a statue of James Cook or Angus McMillan rewrite history of First Nations People and settlers to Australia, or is it an appropriate step towards reconciliation?
Jun 15, 2020
Why teaching resilience and gratitude in schools can improve our happiness
Whether it's bushfires, coronavirus, drought, or any other trauma we experience, it's common that Australian people are described as resilient, but are we?
Jun 14, 2020
Twelve months of voluntary assisted dying in Victoria
Justice Betty King QC says the two major impediments about the voluntary assisted dying process is the number of trained doctors, and VAD patients not having access to telehealth.
Jun 11, 2020
A history of migration in Victoria
"In 1992 it was a perfect place to come to Melbourne, I was 12 years old, I didn't know a word of English, but it was magnificent," said Zahbee who migrated from Kabul, Afghanistan.
Jun 10, 2020
Should childcare in Victoria be free?
"If you give families back the money they are spending on childcare, they may finally have enough money to have a home, and then you benefit construction, win win win, everyone's happy, says sociologist Leah Ruppanner.
Jun 9, 2020
Access to cancer treatment depending on where you live in Victoria
Cancer patients living in regional or rural Victoria have a lower survival rate than patients living in metropolitan areas, according to the VCCC.
Jun 8, 2020
Food suppliers forced to change business models to survive COVID-19
Seafood supplier James Marinopolous says the closure of cafes and restaurants created a ripple effect of problems. "There's a whole chain: there's us, there's our suppliers, the fishers, it affects a lot of people."
Jun 4, 2020
Vacancy: confusion over caravan park restrictions in Victoria
Caravan park owners say that they have next to no reservations this long weekend, and they blame the confusing rules around shared facilities.
Jun 3, 2020
Without bees, can Victorian agriculture survive?
Crops that are 100% reliant on bees for their production include avocados, apples, pumpkin and blueberries, to name a few. So without bees, our plates will look very different.
Jun 2, 2020
What needs to be done to make bikes safe to ride in Victoria?
Many people have rediscovered a love of bike riding during the coronavirus lockdown, so can we use this as an opportunity to re-think our relationship with bikes in Victoria?
Jun 1, 2020
"I can't wait until 5pm": people are drinking more alcohol during COVID-19 lockdowns
"For the first month I drank every day with my husband. Now we've made a pact to only share a bottle on the weekend, it was tough at first."
May 31, 2020
Laminated menus and measuring tapes: How cafes are reopening across Victoria
"Do we pour water at the table? Do we set the table with cutlery? The sugar was cause of so much angst! Do we use sachets? What if someone touches a sachet that is in a pot on the table?"
May 28, 2020
Conversation starters: what are you talking about around your dinner table?
Should students be taught about the agriculture industry in schools? Would you be part of a vaccine trial for COVID-19?
May 27, 2020
WWII bunkers and converted churches: the weirdest places to live in Victoria
Churches, shipping containers, even WWII bunkers, are just some of the interesting places that Victorians live in.
May 26, 2020
"I was afraid to be who I was": Growing up as an Aboriginal person in Victoria
Jason Williams is a proud Noongar man who admits he struggled with his identity growing up. "I started living the way that I want to live, and it made a massive change in me."
May 25, 2020
What international students bring to Victoria besides money
"I just don't know what Australia can do for me as a foreigner. There is a lot of uncertainty," says Wing Kuang who is due to graduate university in Melbourne in July.
May 24, 2020
Coronavirus is changing where we want to live
"We're revisiting how we're working, why not revisit how we live?" says Sarah who has decided to relocate her family from Richmond to Phillip Island.
May 21, 2020
The role of town halls in our communities
Significant moments of your life can be spent in a town hall, whether its a wedding, wake, council meeting or concert.
May 20, 2020
On the other end of the phone: what it's like answering calls for 000 or Lifeline
The number of people calling Lifeline during the coronavirus pandemic was risen, and 000 call takers say people are hesitant to call an ambulance about minor chest pains.
May 19, 2020
How Gippsland bushfire victims are recovering four months on
After months of 'frustrating' grant applications, property clearing and wildlife rescue, victims of the summer bushfires are starting to rebuild their lives.
May 18, 2020
'It's nothing short of a tragedy': The demise of local news in Australia
"Who's going to cover the local sporting matches on weekends, local council meetings or elections, local public health information? It's nothing short of a tragedy," says former journalist Saffron Howden.
May 17, 2020
How Victorian communities have changed their attitude towards LGBTIQ+ residents
Following IDAHOBIT day, the Conversation Hour explores how attitudes towards LGBTIQ+ Victorians change across generations and communities
May 14, 2020
Coronavirus clusters and Chinese trade tensions: Why abattoirs are in the spotlight
Abattoirs are closing globally as a result of coronavirus clusters, and current trade tensions between China and Australia have been putting the export of beef at risk.
May 13, 2020
Is the fashion and textiles industry in Australia struggling or soaring?
Victoria has a long history of manufacturing textiles and fashion, but fast fashion, cost of production and now the coronavirus pandemic might be putting the nail in the coffin for some local brands.
May 12, 2020
Keen 'fishos' cast a line after social distancing restrictions eased in Victoria
Anglers have flocked to the Goulburn River and Seaspray beach on the first morning of the relaxed coronavirus restrictions in Victoria.
May 11, 2020
Coronavirus pandemic sparks racist attacks against Asian Australians
Eli was told to "go back where she came from" when a car full of young men egged her car at a traffic light.
May 7, 2020
Make Victoria Make Again: The history and future of manufacturing in Victoria
The Conversation Hour explores what used to be manufactured in Victoria, what is still being made here and what should be brought back to Australian shores in the future.
May 6, 2020
The lifelong mental health impacts for children who survive bushfires
"I've had terror dreams [as an adult] when there is a fire and I can't get out," says Monique, who survived the Ash Wednesday bushfires as a teenager.
May 5, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic's impact on people with Tourette Syndrome
"Tics come and go. When we all get together we end up swapping and trading tics like they’re Pokémon cards," says Conor Maysey, who has developed new behaviours during the pandemic.
May 4, 2020
Are we becoming too reliant on supermarkets?
How much food do you grow, kill, cook, store by yourself? ABC journalist Nick Kilvert talks about his experiment to be completely self-reliant for an entire month.
May 3, 2020
Pokies addicts open up about their gambling addiction
"I was lonely, I was sad, and the machines did what they were designed to do, they soothed me."
May 3, 2020
With casinos shut, some pokies addicts are kicking the habit
Anti-gambling advocates say the coronavirus shutdown could help people addicted to poker machines kick their habit, with some finally being able to hold onto their savings.
Apr 30, 2020
Should regional Australia lift coronavirus restrictions before capital cities?
Parts of regional Victoria are asking to be treated differently to the cities when restrictions are lifted, potentially on May 11. Questions remain as to whether this approach could be dangerous.
Apr 29, 2020
How does gun ownership work in Victoria?
We know about people stockpiling loo paper, pasta and tinned tomatoes, but what about guns and ammunition?
Apr 28, 2020
What are wet markets and have you visited one?
Speculation about the origins of coronavirus has fuelled discussion about wet markets, so Richelle and Warwick take a deeper look to find out more and whether they exist in Australia.
Apr 27, 2020
What does the future hold for regional airlines?
With travel bans and shutdowns implemented across the country, the airline industry is struggling to cope.
Apr 26, 2020
Births, deaths and marriages in the age of COVID-19
What do the current restrictions on wedding and funeral guests, and limits on hospital visitors mean to people getting married, grieving a loved one or giving birth?
Apr 23, 2020
When your only outing is to put the bins out, why not dress up?
More than a million people have joined a Facebook group started by Danielle Askew, with members around the world sharing their creative outfits for the long trip down the driveway.
Apr 22, 2020
Fears COVID-19 will see a decline in community sport players
One regional coach says players are 'itching' to get back into the season.
Apr 21, 2020
How do small towns survive mass unemployment?
Farmers who usually struggle to find employees are experiencing an influx of calls from jobseekers, as Victoria prepares for a major economic downturn
Apr 20, 2020
Hoarders explain the difficulty of 'letting go'
Jen says "hardly anyone knows" the secret she has been keeping for the last 50 years.
Apr 19, 2020
What will life be like after the coronavirus pandemic is over?
What does the future hold for the travel and tourism industries, technology, work places and even handshakes?
Apr 16, 2020
Bored in isolation? Brush up on your first aid skills
Victorians are staying at home so it’s important to know basic first aid skills in case of an emergency.
Apr 15, 2020
Arts industry put on hold in regional towns
Art exhibitions, music concerts and theatre shows around Victoria have been cancelled and put on hold, but these closures affect more than just employment.
Apr 14, 2020
How year 12 school captains are feeling about their final year in lockdown
When asking Year 12 school captains what they miss about school, there is one common answer: "I'm really missing my friends".
Apr 13, 2020
Navigating the property market during the coronavirus pandemic
Buying, selling, renting, investing - your real estate questions answered.
Apr 7, 2020
Will climate change benefit from the coronavirus pandemic?
If planes are grounded, will that produce less carbon emissions? Your climate change questions answered.
Apr 6, 2020
Coronavirus pandemic prompts changes for the dating game
Dating during the coronavirus pandemic looks very different for singles in Victoria, who are unable to meet new people face to face.
Apr 5, 2020
'Almost temporary retirement': Olympians struggle to train in coronavirus lockdown
Australian distance runner Steve Moneghetti knows the strict training needed for competing in the Olympics, and says athletes can't "go into hibernation" like businesses.
Apr 2, 2020
Truck drivers are finally feeling appreciated during coronavirus pandemic
However some truck drivers are struggling to find amenities on the road like showers and toilets, saying many truck stops are closed due to coronavirus.
Apr 1, 2020
Should you self isolate at your holiday house?
"Stay away from our beaches, stay near your one bedroom flat."
Mar 31, 2020
Practicing religion and faith via Facebook
How do you celebrate religion and faith in time of coronavirus, when places of worship are closed?
Mar 30, 2020
With Anzac Day marches cancelled, a new campaign emerges for driveway dawn services
Many traditional Anzac Day commemorations are cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but there are still ways to participate from home.
Mar 29, 2020
'Stay at home' message lost on the homeless
The Government is urging people to 'stay at home' to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus. But what if you don't have a home?
Mar 26, 2020
Victorian winemakers 'doing it tough', as coronavirus strikes another blow
2020 has been a tough year for Victorian winemakers, but those in the industry are doing their best to stay positive and help each other out.
Mar 25, 2020
'If someone touches my toy, can I get coronavirus?'
Dr Norman Swan and ABC Me's Pip Rasmussen answer questions from toddlers to teenagers about the coronavirus pandemic.
Mar 24, 2020
WFH: What does working from home look like in your house?
Zumba classes, kids on rollerskates, dogs sitting on laps and a coffee in hand: that's what working from home looks like to some of ABC's presenters.
Mar 23, 2020
What impact will COVID-19 have on the war on waste?
Higher energy bills and more general waste are some of the potential consequences of self-isolation over the coming months, along with another potential issue - fatbergs.
Mar 22, 2020
How local news is helping smaller towns find answers during the coronavirus crisis
The presenter of Nine's regional news, Jo Hall, says she has never seen anything like the current situation, and explains the importance of localised news during the global crisis.
Mar 19, 2020
Farmers' markets 'essential' to food supply during coronavirus pandemic
"We've had a big increase in new customers, but some of them aren't the customers I want," says organic grocer Caroline who has hired security at her store to keep panic shoppers calm.
Mar 18, 2020
AFL season goes ahead but country footy postponed until May
Regional football leagues have been urged to postpone until May 2020, but round one of the AFL will go ahead tonight without a crowd.
Mar 17, 2020
Mallacoota 'still looks like a warzone' after bushfires
A photojournalist in the town talks about how the locals of Mallacoota are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, which hit weeks after devastating bushfires.
Mar 16, 2020
Elderly people at risk of loneliness during coronavirus self-isolation
In this unprecedented time of coronavirus and self-isolation, how will our elderly relatives cope with loneliness and depression if they can't have visitors?
Mar 15, 2020
Dr Norman Swan and Professor Raina MacIntyre answer your COVID-19 questions
How do you correctly self-isolate and should schools and public transport shut down? The ABC's Dr Norman Swan and Professor Raina MacIntyre answer the latest questions about coronavirus in Australia.
Mar 12, 2020
For Lease: How's your High Street?
Walk down any main street in Victoria and you'll likely find empty shopfronts. So is your local shopping strip dying or thriving?
Mar 11, 2020
Animal testing in Victoria
Three baboons recently escaped a Sydney medical research facility, which reminded us that animal testing still exists in Australia. So what are the current laws in Victoria?
Mar 10, 2020
Do tinier houses equal tinier problems?
Tiny houses look beautiful and trendy in documentaries, and the promise to escape the mortgage trap is enticing, but does moving into a tiny house really make life more simple?
Mar 9, 2020
How IVF has changed in 40 years
Police checks for IVF patients have been removed in Victoria, but how else can the process be made easier for hopeful parents?
Mar 8, 2020
Are you happy with where your bushfire donations are going?
What is the best way to allocate the millions of dollars donated for bushfire affected towns and should some of the money be saved for future bushfire seasons?
Mar 4, 2020
'This is me': how Meredith Lee is celebrating diversity this International Women's Day
Dual gender woman Meredith Lee is participating in a fashion show in Melbourne that combats female stereotypes. Meanwhile cystic fibrosis ambassador Emmah Money encourages rural women to connect together online to reduce isolation.
Mar 2, 2020
How coronavirus is impacting travel and trade for Victorians
Coronavirus is impacting the trade of wool and seafood in Victoria, and it's leaving holiday makers wondering whether to travel at all.
Mar 1, 2020
High hopes for medicinal cannabis in Victoria
Patients are struggling to access and afford cannabis oil, so will building one of the world’s biggest cannabis production facilities in Shepparton make a difference?
Feb 27, 2020
Skateparks are encouraging social communities, not 'riff-raff'
Mansfield skateboarder Hayley Wilson has her sights set on the Tokyo Olympics, if they go ahead at all.
Feb 26, 2020
'It began with gifts': How to identify grooming
When talkback caller Paul was young, he was groomed by a person known to his family. So what is grooming and what are the signs?
Feb 25, 2020
Growing number of older women facing homelessness in Victoria
Maria became homeless when she fled a violent partner eight years ago, but domestic violence is just one reason that older women are becoming homeless.
Feb 24, 2020
Turning your creative passion into a business
Many Victorians are turning their passion for creative arts into a business, but it's not always easy to earn a living.
Feb 23, 2020
Should the duck hunting season go ahead?
The annual duck hunting season is due to begin in March but it's been delayed due to the drought and bushfires in Victoria, so should it go ahead at all?
Feb 20, 2020
Cricket clubs struggling to find young players
Young people aren't signing up to local cricket teams but the Bhutanese cricket community is gaining popularity with a national competition.
Feb 19, 2020
The future of Victoria's dairy industry
Never order a soy latte when broadcasting live from the Australian Dairy Conference!
Feb 17, 2020
Opioid addiction in Victoria
Denise has been addicted to prescription medication for 40 years, after being prescribed opioids following spinal surgery.
Feb 16, 2020
Doctor shortage in regional Victoria
Medical students are being trained in regional towns with the hope that they will stay and work regionally once they've graduated.
Feb 13, 2020
Coronavirus affecting tourism along The Great Ocean Road
The ban on travellers coming to Australia from China due to the coronavirus will be extended for another week, so what impact will this have on tourism, tour operators and local business along the Great Ocean Road?
Feb 12, 2020
Could Victoria survive driving only electric vehicles?
When the size of the UK is similar to the state of Victoria, is Boris Johnson's target ban of petrol cars by 2035 viable in Victoria?
Feb 11, 2020
Suicide prevention: What would help veterans and their families?
Last week the Prime Minister announced a new position for a national commissioner to investigate the alarming rate of veteran suicides. Today a sometimes heartbreaking conversation about how to support veterans and their families.
Feb 10, 2020
Mega schools v small schools: Which is better for students?
Whether you attended a school with 10 students or 2000, all Victorian students get an education. The question is, which is better, a mega school or a mega small school?
Feb 9, 2020
Art, tourism, and public toilets
The pros, and some unexpected cons, of Victoria's world famous Silo Tour.
Feb 6, 2020
The small towns that are buying back their local pub
How do you save a local town if the main pub or general store goes under? Form a co-operative and buy the business with other local residents.
Feb 5, 2020
Should the voting age be lowered in Victoria?
A panel of guests debate whether the voting age in Victoria should be lowered, allowing 16 and 17 year olds the right to vote in local elections.
Feb 4, 2020
The history of womens' football in Victoria and how it's changed
It's women's footy season, so how are local clubs coping with the surge in popularity since the AFLW was introduced?
Feb 3, 2020
Why Victorian families are home educating their children
Parents around Victoria home school their kids for a variety of reasons, so what are the positive and negative consequences of this? Richelle and Warwick investigate.
Jan 30, 2020
Live from the BMX World Cup in Shepparton
The BMX World Cup is being held in Shepparton with local and international athletes competing for the Tokyo Olympic qualifiers.
Jan 29, 2020
Are you willing to pay more for your meat?
Are you willing to pay more for your meat and dairy to help our farmers during the ongoing bushfire and drought crisis in Victoria?
Jan 28, 2020
Why Cape Paterson is a blueprint for climate housing
Many Victorians are living in houses that aren't equipped to deal with freezing or hot temperatures, so how can we design houses that are more energy efficient?
Jan 27, 2020
How do you celebrate Lunar New Year in your town?
Members of Chinese and Vietnamese communities around Victoria reflect on what Lunar New Year means to them and explain some of the traditional lunar superstitions.
Jan 26, 2020
40 years of Fitzroy fashion
Hear from interesting Victorians Rose Chong who founded an iconic costume shop in Fitzroy, and Robyn Christiansen who was flown back into Mallacoota to retrieve her boat and caravan left there during the bushfires.
Jan 23, 2020
The Conversation Hour: Live from Orbost
US firefighters are in Orbost helping with the East Gippsland bushfire crisis and a local farmer describes the impact of fires on his three properties.
Jan 22, 2020
The Conversation Hour: Live from Lakes Entrance
Lakes Entrance was not threatened by flames but the lack of tourists has left businesses in East Gippsland struggling.
Jan 21, 2020
The Conversation Hour: Live from Raymond Island
Cosy Koalas Biscuit, Robyn and Aurelia join Richelle and Warwick as they broadcast from Raymond Island.
Jan 20, 2020
The Conversation Hour: Live from Bruthen
Next stop on the Gippsland tour is Bruthen. Warwick and Richelle visit the local brewery and hear from local beekeepers about how the loss of hives will impact the industry.
Jan 19, 2020
The Conversation Hour: Live from Buchan
Warwick and Richelle start the week in Buchan, a town affected by the recent bushfires in Victoria. They meet the local publicans and community members who helped fight the bushfires.
Dec 19, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Tony Ellwood and Marcia Howard
Current and future NGV Exhibitions with Tony Ellwood, and a new song from Marcia Howard and friends.
Dec 18, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Ethical Christmas talkback forum
Tamara DiMattina, Anton Leschen and Lyn Morgain take calls on how you negotiate the ethics of Christmas consumption.
Dec 17, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Russ Radcliffe and Kate Learmonth
Kate Learmonth recently returned from fighting the spread of Ebola in the DR Congo for the Red Cross, Russ Radcliffe on his pick of the year's political cartoons.
Dec 16, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Alma Zygier, Willy Zygier, Jordie Lane and Clare Reynolds
Live music from Alma Zygier and Jordie Lane.
Dec 15, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Bernadette Robinson, Paulie Stewart and Fatima Almeida
Bernadette Robinson brings Songs For Nobodies back to Melbourne, singers Paul Stewart (Painters and Dockers) and Fatima Almeida invite you to a celebration of Timorese soccer and culture.
Dec 12, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Tom Walker (aka Jonathan Pie) and Richard Mills
Comedian and actor Tom Walker on his viral sensation Jonathan Pie, and composer and conductor Richard Mills honoured in concert.
Dec 11, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Leah Purcell and Ben Opie
Actor and writer Leah Purcell adapts her play The Drover’s Wife as a novel and feature film, and oboist Ben Opie directs the Peninsula Summer Music Festival.
Dec 10, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Andreas Strasser, David Vaux, Mick Thomas and Brooke Russell
Florey Medallists Andreas Strasser and David Vaux on their important cancer research, and live music from Mick Thomas and Brooke Russell, with co-host Glenn Manton.
Dec 9, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Paul Guest, Gareth Sansom and Tim Entwisle
Paul Guest donates art to the Bendigo Art Gallery.
Dec 8, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Anna Welch, Shelley Jamieson and Jay Dabgar
Behind the scenes of the newly re-opened State Library of Victoria, and live music from Jay Dabgar on tabla.
Dec 5, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Blanche d’Alpuget and Maxine Beneba Clarke
Bob Hawke's biography updated by Blanche d’Alpuget, and a series of word portraits from Maxine Beneba Clarke.
Dec 4, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Francis Greenslade and Jennifer Sarah Dean
Mad As Hell's Francis Greenslade with his new memoir and thoughts of acting, and Jennifer Sarah Dean with a new production of The Taming of the Shrew with a twist.
Dec 3, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Sandro Demaio and Bart Sbeghen
VicHealth CEO Sandro Demaio and the founder of Dr Cranky’s Bikes for Kids, Bart Sbeghen.
Dec 2, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Kerryn Tolhurst, Terry Dean, and Woody Clark
The songs of The Dingoes and Country Radio. And can Virginia learn the ukulele on air?
Dec 1, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Jo Pride and Richard Amon
The CEOs of Hagar Australia and Disability Sport and Recreation.
Nov 28, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Rita Satch and Gavin Marshall
A couple of live songs from Rita Satch and Daniel Mougerman, and Gavin Marshall on Sick, which stars NICA's graduating class.
Nov 27, 2019
The Conversation Hour: What can men do to stop violence against women?
A talkback forum with Ben Brown, Dr Shane Tas, and Tarang Chawla.
Nov 26, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Harry James Angus, Fiona Scott-Norman and Ilana Rose
The Cat Empire's Harry James Angus with a new single, and Fiona Scott-Norman and Ilana Rose on the delights of keeping chickens.
Nov 25, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Martin Barre, Dan Crisp and Caroline O’Connor
Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barr plays live with Dan Crisp, and Caroline O'Connor stars in Kiss of the Spider Woman for the MTC.
Nov 21, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Michael Feinstein and Kent Burnside
American musical traditions with Michael Feinstein on the Great American Songbook and R.L Burnside's grandson Kent Burnside on the blues.
Nov 20, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Mahalia Barnes and Jo Porter
Great live music from Mahalia Barnes and Franco Raggatt, and Jo Porter from the Queen Victoira Women's Centre.
Nov 19, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Amanda Brown and Steven ‘Gatesy’ Gates
The Go-Betweens' Amanda Brown has composed the soundtrack to a new Ben Quilty documentary, and Tripod's Steven ‘Gatesy’ Gates is touring with Paul McDermott from the DAAS.
Nov 18, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Lea Salonga, Nick Deutsch and James Morley
'Disney Legend' and star of Broadway and the West End Lea Salonga with ANAM's Nick Deutsch and some Bach from cellist James Morley.
Nov 17, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Stay or go? A bushfire plan talkback forum
Andrew Crisp, John Bates and Jim McLennan take calls on fire preparedness.
Nov 14, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Leo Sayer and Meow Meow
Grammy Award winning singer songwriter Leo Sayer and post-modern cabaret diva Meow Meow trade tales of the stage.
Nov 13, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Glenn Murcutt and The Waifs
Esteemed architect Glenn Murcutt designed this year's MPavillion, and The Waifs perform live and chat.
Nov 12, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Richard Harris and Jennifer Nadel
Thai cave rescue diver Dr Richard 'Harry' Harris and the co-founder of Compassion in Politics, Jennifer Nadel.
Nov 11, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Brian Cox and James Clear
Rock star physicist Prof Brian Cox is joining the MSO for A Symphonic Universe, and James Clear on the science of changing your habits.
Nov 10, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Pat Farmer AM and Peter Smith OAM
Ultra-marathon runner Pat Farmer prepares to cross Uganda, and Vietnam Veteran Peter Smith for Remembrance Day.
Nov 7, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Karin Schaupp and Paul Byrnes
Live music from classical guitarist Karin Schaupp, and the stories of underage soldiers in WW1 from Paul Byrnes.
Nov 6, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Michael Connelly and Keyon Harrold
Best-selling author of the Harry Bosch novels, Michael Connelly and trumpet virtuoso Keyon Harrold.
Nov 5, 2019
The Conversation Hour: John Paul Young and Ben Northey
Songwriting duo Vanda & Young as seen by John Paul Young, and John Williams' score for Star Wars: Return of the Jedi as conducted by Ben Northey for the MSO.
Nov 4, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Mona Eltahawy and Tristan Meecham
The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls is Mona Eltahawy's latest book, and cellist Yo-Yo Ma will play at The Coming Back Out Salon.
Nov 3, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Vince Jones, Grace Cummings and Leah Senior
Singer and trumpet player Vince Jones is in Melbourne for a gig with The Heavy Hitters, and powerful vocalist Grace Cummings is launching her debut album tonight with the help of Leah Senior.
Oct 31, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Veronica Swift and Fenn Wilson
Live music from Fenn Wilson, who is releasing his debut album, and a great chat with American jazz singer Veronica Swift who in Melbourne to play at Jazzlab.
Oct 30, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Athol Guy, Jess Johnson and Simon Ward
Athol Guy brings in a new Christmas album from The Seekers, and Jess Johnson and Simon Ward invite you to a virtual reality instillation at Heide.
Oct 29, 2019
The Conversation Hour: William Dalrymple, Paul Downs Colaizzo and Jillian Bell
The East India Company examined by William Dalrymple, and Jillan Bell and Paul Downs Colaizzo on their film Brittany Runs a Marathon.
Oct 28, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Michael McCoy and Vasili Kanidiadis
Dream Gardens host Michael McCoy and Vasili's Garden host Vasili Kanidiadis chat about landscaping, natives, plane trees, and roses.
Oct 27, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Judith Lucy, Mariam Issa, Beth Stelling and Kurt Kansley
Judith Lucy and Mariam Issa invite you to a fundraiser for Space2b, comedian Beth Stelling is on at the Athenaeum, and Kurt Kansley stars in Ragtime, The Musical.
Oct 24, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Kevin Welch, Jen Cloher and Liz Stringer
Singer songwriters take over the studio with a live tune from Kevin Welch, a new Dyson Stringer Cloher album from Jen Cloher and Liz Stringer, and a memoir from Clare Bowditch.
Oct 23, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Kathy Lette and Charlotte Wood
Kathy Lette inviting you to her show Girls' Night Out and Charlotte Wood with her latest novel The Weekend.
Oct 22, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Sergio Ercole, Paul Nash and Alice Giles
A new piece performed live by guitarist Sergio Ercole and meet the harpist who has been to Antarctica Alice Giles.
Oct 21, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Live from the Victorian Manufacturing Showcase
Maton Guitars, Josh Owen, the Monash Mini Maker Faire and Zenith FG live from the Victorian Manufacturing Showcase.
Oct 20, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Tottie Goldsmith and Ali Barter
Singer songwriters Tottie Goldsmith, Ali Barter and Rebecca Barnard
Oct 17, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Maxine Peake, Kent Morris and Ash Thomas with Rachel Griffiths
Rachel Griffiths on Ride Like a Girl and Total Control, Maxine Peake on The Nico Project, Kent Morris and Ash Thomas on The Torch.
Oct 16, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Costa Georgiadis, Dean Bryant and Luisa Scofani
Gardening Australia's Costa Georgiadis with Dean Bryant and Luisa Scofani who are staging a new musical version of My Brilliant Career.
Oct 15, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Poverty in Melbourne and Victoria
A talkback forum to mark Anti-Poverty Week featuring Roger Wilkins, Dina Bowman and Paul McDonald.
Oct 14, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Antony Hamilton, John Foreman and Bobby Fox
A tribute to George Michael from John Foreman and Bobby Fox, and Chunky Move's Antony Hamilton on Token Armies.
Oct 13, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Jonathan Holloway and Anna Schwartz
The final Melbourne International Arts Festival from Jonathan Holloway and gallerist Anna Schwartz on a life in art.
Oct 10, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Faine's Farewell Show
Jon Faine farewells the Conversation Hour with special music guests live from the Melbourne Town Hall.
Oct 9, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Mental Health Talkback Forum
Brian Moran, Patrick McGorry and Alex Parker take calls for World Mental Health Day.
Oct 8, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Garry Linnell and Lizzie O'Shea
Garry Linnell on the extraordinary life of William Buckley, and Lizzie O'Shea on how our approach to new technology can learn from history.
Oct 7, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Dylan Moran and Hilary McPhee
Black Books' Dylan Moran on his new comedy show Dr Cosmos, and Hilary McPhee with her memoir of working in Jordan Other People's Houses.
Oct 6, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Charlie Pickering, Lucie Morris-Marr and Elliott Perlman
Great Australian and international guests share their stories with you and each other
Oct 3, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Glyn Davis
Former vice-chancellor of the University of Melbourne Prof Glyn Davis.
Oct 2, 2019
The Conversation Hour: live from The Famous Spiegeltent
Cora Bissett, Scott Silven, Andrew Bovell and Jennie Dunne live from The Famous Spiegeltent for the Melbourne International Arts Festival.
Oct 1, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Kaz Cooke, Paul West and Olympia Nelson
Kaz Cooke with the 20th anniversary edition of Up The Duff, Paul West on The Edible Garden Cookbook & Growing Guide, and Olympia Nelson on modelling for her mother photographer Polixeni Papapetrou.
Sep 30, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Shaun Micallef
Comedian, actor, writer and broadcaster Shaun Micallef is the only guest today. What about Spike Milligan?
Sep 29, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Andrew Denton with Jon Faine
Thinker, writer, performer and campaigner for voluntary assisted dying: Andrew Denton discusses the issues important to him
Sep 26, 2019
The Conversation Hour: David Parkin OAM, Kelli Underwood and Jon Faine
Talking Football: previewing the historic Tigers v Giants decider at the MCG
Sep 25, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Magda Szubanski AO with Jon Faine
From women's shelter volunteer to star on the world stage: Magda Szubanski talks about life
Sep 24, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Elizabeth Proust AO with Jon Faine
Advancing women across the business sector and within government: Elizabeth Proust tells
Sep 23, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Jon Faine and Michael Gudinski AM
"I still think I'm a rebel...and being my own boss I'm very fortunate that I can do it my way. I would have been fired ten times over if I wasn't".
Sep 22, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Lindsay Fox AC with Jon Faine
From humble beginnings in the Melbourne suburb of Windsor, Lindsay Fox has forged an extraordinary global transport empire.
Sep 19, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Derek Guille with Katie Noonan and Paul Grabowsky
Stunning new albums from Paul Grabowsky with Kate Ceberano plus Katie Noonan and the Australian String Quartet.
Sep 18, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Peter Mares, Brian Toohey, Lady Southey AC and Stephen Shelmerdine AM
Discussing Australia's security in a changing intelligence world and how the power of philanthropy has shaped Melbourne
Sep 17, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Kerry Armstrong, Merv Keane, Laura Crozier and Pauline Neil
Talking tragedy and triumph through adversity ... and how everyday heroes can make a real difference.
Sep 16, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Dr Richard Frankland, Mick Harding and Dr John Bradley with Jon Faine
Yarning is core to First Nations people and two new projects are both capturing and renewing Indigenous languages, so speech and song are not lost forever.
Sep 15, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Wilbur Wilde, Chris Aitken, Tam Zimet and Stuart Wood
Wilbur Wilde brings his brother Chris Aitken in for a song, Tam Zimet launches Broadside for The Wheeler Centre, and Stuart Wood on the Vet Rok fundraiser.
Sep 12, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Vikki Petraitis and Sammy J
25 years of true crime writing for Vikki Petraitis and a new album for Sammy J.
Sep 11, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Dennis Altman and Neal Drinnan
Dennis Altman reflects on his accidentally activist life and love of America, and Neal Drinnan tells a tale of closeted homosexuality and murder in Victoria's Western District.
Sep 10, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Tecber Ahmed Saleh, Jean McAuslan and Yasser Qaso
Tecber Ahmed Saleh is a human rights advocate for Western Sahara. Jean McAuslan presents her final exhibition at The Shrine which includes the story of Syrian refugee Yasser Qaso.
Sep 9, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Peter Doherty and Sharon Lewin
Nobel Laureate Prof Peter Doherty and Doherty Institute director Prof Sharon Lewin on immunology and infectious disease research in Australia.
Sep 8, 2019
The Conversation Hour: How solid is Australia's economy?
What state is the economy in? A talkback forum with economist Danielle Wood and ABC business reporter Nassim Khadem.
Sep 5, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Marcia Howard, Jane Harrison, Kylie Belling, and The Swingles
Live music from Marcia Howard and The Swingles, and Jane Harrison and Kylie Belling invite you to Blak & Bright.
Sep 4, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Sonia Henry and Samantha Floreani
Going Under is Dr Sonia Henry's debut novel looking at the lives of trainee doctors, and Sam Floreani tells us about Code Like a Girl and the new course for women, .
Sep 3, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Denise Ho and Badiucao
Cantopop singer Denise Ho and political cartoonist Badiucao on the Hong Kong protests, and Lior Albeck-Ripka on the Festival of Jewish Arts and Music.
Sep 2, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Allan Fels, Shama Sukul Lee, Tim Noakesmith
Former ACCC Chair Allan Fels with his memoir Tough Customer, and vegetable faux chicken and lab-grown kangaroo with Shama Sukul Lee and Tim Noakesmith.
Sep 1, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Deborah Lipstadt, Moira Finucane and Ray Dimakarri Dixon
Antisemitism: Here and Now with Deborah Lipstadt, and burlesque for the planet with Moira Finucane and Ray Dimakarri Dixon.
Aug 29, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Andrew Farriss and Femi Kuti
INXS co-founder Andrew Farriss with his new single and afrobeat star Femi Kuti in town for a tribute to his father.
Aug 28, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Don Walker and Glenn Manton
Cold Chisel's Don Walker with AFL great and Whitelion co-founder Glenn Manton.
Aug 27, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Fred Armisen and Roger Taylor
Portlandia and LNL star Fred Armisen brings Comedy for Musicians but Everyone is Welcome to Melbourne, and Roger Taylor on ethics in the age of AI and automation.
Aug 26, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Kimberley Motley and Stephen Page
Kimberley Motley is an American lawyer practicing in Afghanistan and Stephen Page is celebrating 30 years of Bangarra Dance Theatre.
Aug 25, 2019
The Conversation Hour: youth homelessness talkback forum
Conny Lenneberg from BSL, Bevan Warner from Launch, and young people Carley and Kiara on youth homelessness in Melbourne and Victoria.
Aug 22, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Jane R Goodall and Adam Rozenbachs
Jane R Goodall with her new book The Politics of the Common Good and Adam Rozenbachs on travelling with his father.
Aug 21, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Social enterprise talkback forum
David Le Page, Cinnamon Evans and Matt Pfahlert discuss the state of the social enterprise movement and take calls from listeners.
Aug 20, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Joan Baez - from the archive
Folk singer and activist Joan Baez chats with Derek Guille and Jon Faine in front of a live studio audience at the 774 ABC Melbourne studios, and delights them all by breaking into song. This program was first broadcast in 2015.
Aug 19, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Rob Sitch, Samuel Johnson, David Hobson and Genevieve Kingsford
Rob Sitch with new episodes of Utopia, Samuel Johnson raising funds for cancer research with the new book Dear Dad, and singers David Hobson and Genevieve Kingsford.
Aug 18, 2019
The Conversation Hour: David Crowe and Jacob Boehme
David Crowe with his story of the recent history of the Liberal Party, Venom, and Jacob Boehme brings Blood on the Dance Floor to Arts Centre Melbourne.
Aug 15, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Rose Hiscock, Peter McMullin and David Stubbs
Rose Hiscock and Peter McMullin on Science Gallery Melbourne and NZ filmmaker David Stubbs on Daffodils.
Aug 14, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Barrie Cassidy and Jon Faine on politics, media ... and not retiring
Veteran broadcasters Jon Faine and Barrie Cassidy share a stage as they step down from presenting Mornings and Insiders. With added Sammy J.
Aug 13, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Archbishop Peter Comensoli and Tim Costello
Archbishop Peter Comensoli one year after taking on the job, and Tim Costello with his new memoir A Lot with a Little.
Aug 12, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Peter Asher, Albert Lee and Melinda Schneider
Live music and great stories from Peter Asher, Albert Lee, Melinda Schneider and Michelle Nicolle.
Aug 11, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Seeker Lover Keeper and Jonathan Kolieb with Stephen Curry
Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann, and Holly Throsby with a couple of new Seeker Lover Keeper tunes. Jonathan Kolieb on the 70th birthday of the Geneva Conventions.
Aug 8, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Megan K Stack and Keren Ludski
Megan K Stack on the fraught business of home help, and Keren Ludski on Red Nose Day and SIDS.
Aug 7, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Kirsty Sward Gusmao, Maria Bohan and Meg Mundell
Kirsty Sward Gusmao and Maria Bohan on the 20th anniversary of the independence referendum in East Timor, and Meg Mundell with her new novel The Trespassers.
Aug 6, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Jamila Rizvi, Michael Smith and Robbie Egan
Jamila Rizvi on her brain tumour treatment. Michael Smith is just back from showing films on Manus Island. And Robbie Egan on Love Your Bookshop Day.
Aug 5, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Ash Grunwald and The Teskey Brothers
Live music and heartfelt conversation with Josh Teskey and Brendan Love from The Teskey Brothers, and singer songwriter Ash Grunwald.
Aug 4, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Adele Ferguson and Andrea Carson
Journalist Adele Ferguson with her new book Banking Bad and academic Andrea Carson with her new book Investigative Journalism, Democracy and the Digital Age.
Aug 1, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Sigrid Thornton, Diesel and Renee Beale
Sigrid Thornton on the return of Seachange, live music from Mark Lizotte, and Renee Beale on Science Week.
Jul 31, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Wilbur Wilde, Hugo T Armstrong, Steven Mitchell Wright and Eidann Glover
Wilbur Wilde on recording with Split Enz. Hugo T Armstrong celebrates 25 years of The Blues Train. And Steven Mitchell Wright with Eidann Glover on Let Men Tremble.
Jul 30, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Corinne Grant, Richard Tognetti and Bill Henson
Photographer Bill Henson and violinist Richard Tognetti collaborate on Luminous with Lior and the ACO. Corinne Grant on leaving comedy for law.
Jul 29, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Bastian Obermayer and Tony Davis with Tom Gleeson
Gold Logie winner Tom Gleeson meets Bastian Obermayer, the journalist who received the Panama Papers leak, and motoring writer Tony Davis.
Jul 28, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Rachel Ward, Claire van der Boom, and Marina Prior
Rachel Ward and Claire van der Boom on their new film Palm Beach, and Marina Prior set to star in Thoroughly Modern Millie.
Jul 25, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Ted Egan and David Glasheen
Bush musician and storyteller Ted Egan on witnessing Australian history being made, and David Glasheen on living on a deserted island.
Jul 24, 2019
The Conversation Hour: A better death
A talkback forum on dying well with Ranjana Srivastava and Heather Tan.
Jul 23, 2019
The Conversation Hour: Jess Hill and Michael Gray Griffiths
Journalist and author Jess Hill and playwright Michael Gray Griffiths talk domestic violence and suicide prevention.
Jul 22, 2019
Whales, genetics and old age
Alana Tompson, Susan White, Beth Wilson and Stephen Amis cover whales, genetics and old age
Jul 21, 2019
Foreign affairs, parenting and kids books
Andy Griffiths, Jonathan Pearlman and John Marsden talk about foreign affairs, parenting and books.
Jul 18, 2019
Mentoring, writing and the importance of community
Astrid Edwards, Gary Pinto and Ben Knight talk mentoring, writing and the importance of community.
Jul 17, 2019
Paris, food and social ethics
Jonathan Haidt, Hetty Kate and Matt Preston discuss Parisian food, MasterChef and social ethics.
Jul 16, 2019
Road trips, banking and digeridoos
Heather Ewart, William Barton and Daniel Ziffer talk outback, banking and digeridoos.
Jul 15, 2019
Turning tragedy into humour and understanding Trump
Maz Jorani, Corey White and Sami Shah connect through comedy
Jul 14, 2019
Dirty politics and a village full of kindness
Harriet Lonnborn, Beverley Bass and Nikki Savva cover planes and politics.
Jul 11, 2019
Love, language and tradition
Tara June Winch, Marieke Hardy and Emina Ashman talk all things books
Jul 10, 2019
Symphonies, strings and violins
Derek Guille, Monica Curro and Sir Andrew Davis share their love of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Jul 9, 2019
Casey Bennetto, Rodd Rathjen and Al Cossar talk about the Melbourne International Film Festival
Music, drama, reality and political issues will feature at this year's festival.
Jul 8, 2019
Immersive, collaborative and some times lost in translation
Felicia King, Kirsten Siddle, Danielle Harvey and Madeleine West all bond over their love of the theatre