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Oct 14, 2018

This week, author, screenwriter and biologist, Margeret Morgan joins Mel Cranenbugh to discuss The Second Cure, a provocative debut novel about control, courage and belief with a decidedly sciency bent,

She's then joined by well known social commentator and broadcaster, Jane Caro, to discuss Just Flesh and Blood, the...


Oct 14, 2018

This week, Mel Cranenburgh spends some time, metaphorically, in New York, New York.

Mel speaks to Alice Nelson about her novel The Children's House, which has been described as “a love song to the idea of families in all their mysteries and complexities, their different configurations and the hope that...


Oct 14, 2018

In this episode, host Mel Cranenburgh is joined by new Australian writer, Katherine Collette, author of The Helpline, a sharp, witty, big-hearted comedy about people power and brain power—and the difficulty of getting them to work together.

She's then joined by Liam Amore, improv actor and cast member of Murder...


Oct 14, 2018

Adam chats to Manfred Lenzen, Professor in the School of physics of the University of Sydney, about his study on the energy, carbon emissions, water, biodiversity loss and labour that goes into powering our lives. They talk energy slaves, nuclear energy and reconciling your attitudes towards renewable energy...


Oct 14, 2018

Bushy, Adam, Kent and Sarah are in to chat with Kirstin Bradley, one third of the sustainability skills and permaculture education project Milkwood team. They cover various aspects of Milkwood's new book, ranging within The Tomato, Mushroom Cultivation, Natural Beekeeping, Seaweed and Wild Food.