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Chinese Whispers

Cultural essays

Nicholas Jose

This is a literary journey of an Australian writer's encounter with the culture and people of China, particularly its young writers and artists, and of the evolving influence of China on the writer's own work and life. ...

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Cultural essays

Nicholas Jose

This is a literary journey of an Australian writer's encounter with the culture and people of China, particularly its young writers and artists, and of the evolving influence of China on the writer's own work and life. ...
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Cultural essays

Nicholas Jose

This is a literary journey of an Australian writer's encounter with the culture and people of China, particularly its young writers and artists, and of the evolving influence of China on the writer's own work and life. ...
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City to Bush History Package

Journey with Stuart Traynor to the heart of the country to learn the diverse history of Alice Springs, then traverse the east coast with witty German traveller Friedrich Gerstäcker's 1800s travelogue, Australia. Reminisce about the good 'ol days with Jill Roe as she explores the Eyre Peninsula in Our Fathers Cleared the Bush and, finally, take a walk along the picturesque paths of the West Terrace Cemetery with Carol Lefevre in Quiet City.
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Clay Gully

Stories from an apple orchard

Sally van Gent

Sally van Gent wonders how to utilise the beautiful land of Clay Gully. Goats? A vineyard? Remembering the sweet fruit she ate as a child she decides to establish a heritage apple orchard. ...

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Stories from an apple orchard

Sally van Gent

Sally van Gent wonders how to utilise the beautiful land of Clay Gully. Goats? A vineyard? Remembering the sweet fruit she ate as a child she decides to establish a heritage apple orchard. ...

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Stories from an apple orchard

Sally van Gent

Sally van Gent wonders how to utilise the beautiful land of Clay Gully. Goats? A vineyard? Remembering the sweet fruit she ate as a child she decides to establish a heritage apple orchard. ...

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Close to the Flame

The life of Stuart Challender

Richard Davis

Stuart Challender was the most talented Australian conductor of his generation, acclaimed in his homeland and beginning to build an international career in Europe and America when he died at the age of forty-four. After twelve years of study and work in European opera houses, he returned home to join Opera Australia. Just as invitations to conduct renowned international orchestras began to flow in, Stuart was diagnosed with AIDS. ...
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Counting the Rivers

Pearlie McNeill

Madeleine Roberts fears that she is losing her mind, but her search for treatment leads her into mortal danger. She decides to enter a psychiatric institution, where she is drugged and disoriented by electroconvulsive treatment until her will to live is almost broken. ...
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Curious Recollections

Life in the Curiosity Show

Rob Morrison

Every child who grew up in Australia in the 70s and 80s remembers Curiosity Show, the science show that encouraged kids to build their own experiments at home. Running for 18 years, it was a groundbreaking television production, winning awards and screening into homes around the world.

As the show experiences a renaissance online, co-host Rob Morrison delves into its weird and wonderful past. From a flight to Antarctica, to being an expert witness on dingos in the Lindy Chamberlain case, to using a sex doll to win a scientific debate, Rob's recollections from this era - and of his long partnership with Deane Hutton - are imbued with his famous sense of fun. He also takes us behind the cameras, sharing how he got into the television business and small tips and tricks to engage with viewers all around the world. ...
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