148. Rob Hamill on rowing naked across the Atlantic.
147. Natasha Stott Despoja on pathbreaking, changemaking & 80s rock.
Pat Dodson on reconciliation, Catholicism and Yawuru country.
Alice Pung on tragedy, cultural appropriation and the craft of writing.
You can learn more about Alice Pung's new book 'One Hundred Days' here.
Dylan Marron on conversations with people that hate me (Rebroadcast).
If you're interested in Dylan's podcast, you can find information here.
Juliette Wright on Givit and living life like you cannot fail.
Photo: Glenn Hunt
Rodney Vlais on changing men who use family violence.
Nat Heath on Ironman Triathlons and Indigenous Identity (Rebroadcast).
Jihad Dib on racism, role models and respect (Rebroadcast).
Lana Sandas on addiction, advocacy and incarceration (Rebroadcast).
Leigh Sales on luck, doubt, trolls and what makes a great interview (Rebroadcast).
Marie Coleman on feminism, trailblazing and a good retirement (Rebroadcast).
Maree Crabbe on pornography and gender equality.
You can learn more about Maree's work here: www.itstimewetalked.com
Clara Tuck Meng Soo on transitions and taking a stand.
David Sinclair on the science of anti-ageing (Rebroadcast).
Jess Hill on power, control and domestic abuse.
Cate McGregor on cricket, speechwriting and transitions (Rebroadcast).
During the conversation, Cate refers to Scyld Berry's account of the January 2016 cricket test match between England and South Africa. You can read that article here.
Jonathan Haidt on the Coddling of the American Mind (Rebroadcast).
Alan Finkel on Science, Start-Ups and Success.
Photo: Andre Goosen Boem.
Julia Gillard on friendship, purpose and the cone of silence (Rebroadcast).
Bill Crews on Exodus, Talkback and Compassion (Rebroadcast).
Jack Manning Bancroft on Aboriginal Mentoring and the Winning Fallacy.
Alannah Hill on the killer heel of utopia.
Some issues discussed in this episode may be confronting for some listeners. If you or anyone you know are experiencing a personal crisis, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732).
Robert Dessaix on why you should never quite grow up.
You can find information about Robert's latest book, 'The Time of Our Lives' here.
Photo of Robert by Matthew Venables.
Kate McClymont on dirt, death and determination. (Rebroadcast)
Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people.
Tim Flannery on fossils, adventure and Indigenous mentors.
Rob Wiblin on effective altruism and making the most of your 80,000 hours.
Bruce Pascoe on Understanding Australia's Indigenous Past (and Why It Matters to Our Future).
Robert Putnam on Bowling Alone and living together.
Craig Foster on Socceroos, SBS and Human Rights.
Sheridan Harbridge on cabaret, comedy and creativity.
Kurt Fearnley on Kokoda, struggles and gratitude (Rebroadcast).
Tony Wheeler on Making the Planet Less Lonely
With excerpts from Joe Cocker's song Space Captain from the album Mad Dogs & Englishmen.
Jessie Porteus on learning law, mentoring and 1990s rock.
Cordelia Fine on Female Brains, Boys' Toys and Other Delusions of Gender
Nat Heath on Ironman Triathlons and Indigenous Identity
Lindsay Oades on happiness and positive psychology.