Nov 24, 2017
Kaz Cooke talks about how the life and times of the woman who inspired her new book Ada; Voiceworks Editor Lucy Adams talks about the 2017 Voiceworks Subscribe-a-thon; and Kate Hunter talks about the eavesdropping that inspired her show Earshot. With Elizabeth McCarthy and Louise Irving.
Nov 16, 2017
Rachel Leary talks about how she wanted to explore the life of a female bushranger for her new novel Bridget Crack; Professor Alistair Thomson, President Of Oral History Australia, talks about why interest in oral history is growing. With presenters Elizabeth McCarthy & Lou Irving.
Nov 13, 2017
New book Sherlock Holmes: The Australian Casebook re-imagines the famous detective in Australia circa 1890, and contributors Narelle M Harris & Lindy Cameron talk about why they love Sherlock; Bec Fary, Victorian State Coordinator for All The Best, talks about how to get involved in writing and producing audio stories;...
Nov 3, 2017
Miles Franklin Award winner A.S. Patric talks about his new novel Atlantic Black; Des Cowley from State Library Of Victoria talks about the relaunch of the World Of The Book exhibition; and Melanie Knight talks about the Dead Letter Club. With presenters Elizabeth McCarthy and Lou Irving.
Nov 3, 2017
Iain Ryan talks about his regional neo-noir novel The Student, and writer Alice Bishop talks about the art of micro-fiction and short stories. With presenters Elizabeth McCarthy and Lou Irving.