Lili Wilkinson and guest Ailsa Piper explore Ray Lawler's Australian classic, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll.
This edition of Texts in the City features Lili Wilkinson and Laura Carroll discussing Jane Austen's Persuasion.
Tony Birch and Josephine Rowe explore Raymond Carver's 1976 short story collection, Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?
Tony Birch and Corrie Perkin discuss Colm Tóibín's Brooklyn.
Andrew McDonald and film critic Thomas Caldwell discuss Bruce Beresford's film Paradise Road.
Ruby Murray and Stephen Armstrong examine Hannie Rayson's Two Brothers and its social and political underpinnings.
Ruby J Murray and Carmel Bird explore Margaret Atwood's classic collection of stories, Moral Disorder.
Andrew McDonald and Josh Nelson discuss Tennessee Williams' classic play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Ruby J Murray and Dr Grace Moore examine Charles Dickens' classic text, A Christmas Carol.
This week, Ruby J Murray discusses The Rugmaker of Mazar-e-Sharif with the book's co-authors Najaf Mazari and Robert ...
Ruby J Murray is joined by *Australian Book Review* editor Peter Rose to discuss *Ransom*, David Malouf's reworking o...
Emmett Stinson joins Andrew McDonald to discuss Graham Greene's classic, The Quiet American.
Lorin Clarke joins Ruby Murray to discuss Louis Nowra's Australian classic, Cosi.
Editor and publisher Kabita Dhara joins Ruby Murray to discuss Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter of Maladies.
Growing Up Asian In Australia contributor Benjamin Law discusses the text and its topic with Andrew McDonald.
Toni Jordan joins Ruby Murray to discuss the historical fiction of Geraldine Brooks' Year of Wonders.
In this instalment of Texts in the City, Andrew McDonald and Tanya Goldberg discuss Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
Film critic Thomas Caldwell joins host Ruby Murray to discuss Elia Kazan’s 1954 film *On the Waterfront*.
Tony Birch joins Tony Wilson to talk about difference, conflict and reconciliation in Kate Grenville's celebrated novel.
David and Margaret reflect on Elia Kazan's Hollywood blacklist era filmic allegory of conflict, coercion and betrayal.
Playwright and writer Lorin Clarke joins Tony Wilson to discuss Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men.
Matthia Dempsey and Jenny Niven examine the 17th century plague drama, Year Of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks.
Emmett Stinson joins Jenny Niven to discuss the ambiguous, open-ended Great Short Works of Edgar Allan Poe.
ABR editor Peter Rose joins Jenny Niven for Texts in the City. This week, it's Ransom by David Malouf.
Hannie Rayson and Tony Wilson look at Tennessee Williams' classic play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Jenny Niven and publisher Louise Swinn examine Steven Amsterdam's VCE-listed text, Things We Didn't See Coming.
In this instalment of Texts in the City, we look at fate, free will and anti-heroism in Shakespeare's Richard III.
Jenny Niven and Peter Mews explore the layered fiction of Yann Martel's Man Booker-winning novel, Life of Pi.
Barry Otto and Tony Wilson explore Louis Nowra's play Cosi, part of our Texts in the City series.
Glenn Moore and Jenny Niven discuss race, class and identity in Barack Obama's 1995 book, Dreams from My Father.
Screenwriter Mac Gudgeon joins Tony Wilson for a Texts in the City session on the 1985 film Witness.
William Henderson and Tony Wilson discuss current VCE English text and classic play The Crucible.
In our first Texts in the City session for VCE English students, Stephanie Trigg and Tony Wilson discuss Maestro by P...
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