This month's round-up of TV, books, podcasts and more includes The Salisbury Poisonings, The Bisexual plus new books Growing Young and Glimpses of Utopia and a podcast about Women With Clout.
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The Salisbury Poisonings
In 2018, a father and daughter were found slumped on a park bench in the
At a time when it’s not that easy to take a writing course, a new book from Australian author Hazel Edwards is here to help guide you through writing a book from start to finish.
Have you ever wanted to write a book but, after the first flash of an idea
QAnon, the conspiracy group that developed out of the 2016 US election and spread through Facebook, has now emerged into mainstream US politics and is even finding supporters in Australia. So just who and what is QAnon? What threats does it pose to democracy and how can it be countered?
You know that feeling when you embark on a new TV series. New storylines, new characters and the start of a new journey to become involved with. But it’s also the start of a new relationship, and like any relationship it takes commitment - time spent together, engaging in another’s
The first Midnight Oil song in 20 years is something to celebrate. And it’s a doozy. The new song Gadigal Land is from the band’s forthcoming mini-album Makarrata Project and is a message sent across the airwaves about the recognition of Australia’s First Nations people, the colonisation by the English
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Why Women Kill
A sharp dramedy about three married women (played by Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu and Kirby Howell-Baptiste) inhabiting the same house across three different eras, the 60s, mid 80s and late 2010s, Why Women Kill is a dark and sometimes sombre examination of the dynamics of
Lately it feels like it’s hard to wade into a cultural debate or at least just have a quick scroll on Twitter without finding yourself knee deep in the quagmire that is “cancel culture”. It's been with us for several years but it's had a renewed focus lately.
So what is
Zadie Smith, giving a lecture on the craft of writing, admitted that despite being an award-winning author with a multitude of acclaimed books to her name, she feels uniquely unqualified to expand on the topic.
“A lecture on craft… at once something fraudulent creeps into the enterprise, there’s a whiff of
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Marrying your life partner is one thing, but what about if it meant spent post-death eternity together? This is the question at the heart of Forever, where husband and wife June (Maya Rudolph) and Oscar (Fred Armisen) both find themselves united in a pst-death life. XX is
Understanding and attempting to get a sense of where things are headed is important to an industry that needs to reflect the mood of society and predict where it’s heading in the future. The Broad’s day job is writing about marketing and media - campaigns, brands, technology, data as