Jamil Jivani on Young Men and the Allure of Violence.
You can find out more about Jivan's book Why Young Men here.
Jonathan Haidt on the Coddling of the American Mind.
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N.B. in our conversation, Jonathan recommends an illustrated edition of John Stuart-Mill's writings on free speech, you can download it HERE.
Tim the Yowie Man on extraordinary exploration.
Jono Lineen explains why walking makes us wise.
You can learn more about Jono's book Perfect Motion here.
Laya and Dovid Slavin on cooking to build community.
Munjed Al Muderis on his refugee journey and bionic surgery.
Pat Dodson on reconciliation, Catholicism and Yawuru country.
Nicholas Jans on leadership secrets of the Australian Army.
Michelle Knox, death expert and mortal realist.
Good Book 2: Discussing The Vanishing American Adult - our coming of age crisis and how to rebuild a culture of self-reliance with Macgregor Duncan
Wendy McCarthy on mentoring, bravery and when to say yes.
Flipped episode – Andrew Leigh on the Unforgiving60.
Julia Gillard on friendship, purpose and the cone of silence.
Marie Coleman on feminism, trailblazing and a good retirement.
Tim Minchin on free will, anger, success and failure.
Photo by Damian Bennett.
Rob Wiblin on effective altruism and making the most of your 80,000 hours.
To find Rob's 80,000 Hours podcasts, and learn more about his work with 80,000 Hours, click here.
Barry Jones on Pick-a-Box, Science and Poetry.
Click here for an excerpt of the Berliner Philharmonike performing Bach's St Matthew Passion. Directed by Peter Sellars, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, with chorus master Simon Halsey.
Leigh Sales on luck, doubt, trolls and what makes a great interview.
Morris Gleitzman on writing big stories for little people.
Philosopher Martha Nussbaum on anger, envy, disgust & love.
Genevieve Bell on AI, anthropology & the obligation to make things better.
David Marr on corruption, truth-telling and big lives.
Sisonke Msimang on exile and home, hatred and belonging.
You can find out more about Sisonke, her recent book Always Another Country, and her other writing here.
Ben Pronk on SAS leadership, elite fitness and why specialisation is for insects.
Louise Taylor on Justice and Aboriginal Identity.
Oz Harvest founder Ronni Kahn on kibbutz life, gratitude and the colour yellow
(Photo by Anthony Geernaert)
Tim Soutphommasane on racism, patriotism & culinary multiculturalism.
Anne Aly on discrimination, terrorism & the shiny kettle.
To find out more about Anne's book, Finding My Place: From Cairo to Canberra - the irresistible story of an irrepressible woman
Libby Lyons on gender equality, mortality and public life.
Clyde Rathbone on Karma, Wallabies and the Black Dog.
Robert Putnam on Bowling Alone and living together.
Natalie Jeremijenko on feral robotic dogs, texting fish and inverted trees.
Photo by Robert P. Cohen
GetUp co-founder Jeremy Heimans on New Power
During our conversation, i asked Jeremy for tips for Australians visiting New York for the first time. He replied that the popular new restaurants are too hard to get into, but that there are plenty of eateries which are still good, even though they're no longer the new thing. After the interview, he gave me the list of New York eateries that he gives to visitors, which is Shun Lee, Il Cantinori, Kanoyama, Veau d'Or, Peppe Rosso to Go, and Abraco (a coffee shop).
You can find out more about Jeremy's book New Power here.
Julian Le Grand on revamping social policy, advising leaders and the danger of perfectionism.
60. Kate McClymont on dirt, death and determination.
Dalton Conley on growing up Honky, genetics and experimental parenting.
Terry Waite on solitary confinement, hatred and forgiveness.
Heather Garriock, Rob De Castella and Sue Read on training hard and living well.