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Meet the author - Bruce Pascoe

Meet the author - Bruce Pascoe

Bruce Pascoe and Lyn Harwood were in conversation with Bill Gammage on their new book, Black Duck. A Year at Yumburra, is a personal reflection on life, Country and the consequences of Dark Emu through six seasons on Bruce Pascoe’s farm.

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Safe Haven by Shankari Chandran

Meet the author - Shankari Chandran

Miles Franklin award-winning author Shankari Chandran was in conversation with Karen Viggers on her new novel Safe Haven.

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The way we are by Hugh Mackay

Meet the author - Hugh Mackay

Hugh Mackay was in conversation with Virginia Haussegger on his new book, The Way We Are. Lessons from a lifetime of listening, in which Australia's leading social psychologist examines our society today and asks timely and urgent questions about its future.

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Deep water by James Bradley

Meet the author - James Bradley

James Bradley was in conversation with Beejay Silcox on his new book Deep Water: The World in the Ocean, which through the lens and narratives of the ocean, offers vital new ways of understanding and being in the world, and how we anticipate our climate future.

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MTA Lech Blaine

Meet the author - Lech Blaine

Lech Blaine was in conversation with Mark Kenny on his new quarterly essay Bad Cop. Peter Dutton's Strongman Politics. Who is Peter Dutton, and what happened to the Liberal Party? In Bad Cop, Lech Blaine traces the making of a hardman – from Queensland detective to leader of the Opposition, from property investor to minister for Home Affairs. This is a story of ambition, race and power, and a politician with a plan.

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Meet the author - Paul Tilley

Meet the author - Paul Tilley

Paul Tilley was in conversation, moderated by Miranda Stewart, with Ken Henry on Paul's new book Mixed Fortunes. A History of Tax Reform in Australia. Australia's history is sprinkled with attempts at tax reform - some successful, some not. Mixed Fortunes explores these efforts at substantive change in our tax system.

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Meet the author - Louise Milligan

Meet the author - Louise Milligan

Award-winning writer and journalist Louise Milligan was in conversation with Amy Remeikis on Pheasants Nest, a gripping, propulsive and brilliantly original debut novel.

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Meet the author - David Lindenmayer

Meet the author - David Lindenmayer

World-leading forest expert, Professor David Lindenmayer, was in conversation with Alex Sloan on his new book The Forest Wars, which lifts the lid on destruction of native forests by government corporations and logging industry that is making bushfires worse, killing wildlife and costing taxpayers millions, for the sake of woodchips for export.

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 Meet the author - Julia Baird

Meet the author - Julia Baird

Julia Baird was in conversation with Virginia Haussegger on her new book Bright Shining. How grace changes everything. From the bestselling author of Phosphorescence comes a beautiful and timely exploration of that most mysterious but necessary of human qualities: grace.

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Meet the Author - Kathy Lette

Meet the author - Kathy Lette

Kathy Lette was in conversation with Karen Hardy on Kathy's new novel The Revenge Club, a subversive, irreverent revenge romp.

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Meet the author - Sarah Bailey

Meet the author - Sarah Bailey

Sarah Bailey was in conversation with Chris Hammer on her new novel Body of Lies, the latest in her award-winning Gemma Woodstock series.

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The shortest history of economics by Andrew Leigh

Meet the author - Andrew Leigh

Hear from Andrew Leigh in conversation with Genevieve Bell on his new book The Shortest History of Economics, a small book that tells a big story.

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Meet the author - Dervla McTiernan

Meet the author - Dervla McTiernan

International best-selling author Dervla McTiernan was in conversation with Chris Hammer on her new book What Happened to Nina, an emotional novel of suspense about two families at war with each other. It also reflects on the power of social media to work both for and against victims of crime and their loved ones.

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Meet the author - Karen Viggers

Meet the author - Karen Viggers

Karen Viggers was in conversation with Alex Sloan on her new novel Sidelines, a fast-paced contemporary novel from the bestselling author of The Orchardist's Daughter.

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MTA Lisa Miller

Meet the author - Lisa Millar

Lisa Millar was in conversation with James Glenday on her new book Muster Dogs. From Pups to Pros, a companion book to the heartwarming TV show now streaming on ABC iview and Netflix.

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I'm Liz Hayes by Liz Hayes

Meet the author - Liz Hayes

Liz Hayes was in conversation with Alex Sloan on her memoir I'm Liz Hayes. Liz has graced our television screens for more than four decades. Millions of Australians kicked off their weeks with Liz co-hosting Channel 9's Today show, and now for over 25 years have settled into their Sunday nights to watch her investigative journalism on 60 Minutes.

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The Drowning

Meet the author - Bryan Brown

Bryan Brown was in conversation with Alex Sloan on his new novel The Drowning. With sales of over 16,000 copies of his first book, Sweet Jimmy, Bryan Brown's distinctive storytelling voice continues in this cleverly plotted, tension -filled thriller set on the beaches of the north coast of New South Wales

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The case against marriage by Clementine Ford

Meet the author - Clemantine Ford

Incendiary feminist and bestselling author Clementine Ford was in conversation with Amy Remeikis on her new book I Don't, which presents the inarguable case against marriage for the modern woman.

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Unsung by Kate Ceberano

Meet the author - Kate Ceberano

Kate Ceberano, a musical force, an electrifying live performer and one of the greatest voices of her generation. was in conversation with Karen Hardy on Kate's beautiful, illustrated memoir, Unsung, featuring her inspirational song lyrics, stories, paintings and embroidery, and celebrating four decades of song writing and recording.

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Christos Tsiolkas

Meet the author - Christos Tsiolkas

Christos Tsiolkas, the acclaimed bestselling author of The Slap and Damascus, was in conversation with Nigel Featherstone on his tender, sensual and moving new novel, The In-Between, a compelling contemporary love story between two middle-aged men, told with grace, heart and wisdom.

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