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20 Oct 2017   Podcast

The Battle of Menin Road

For the first time in history, two Australian Divisions fought a battle side by side in

18 Oct 2017   Podcast

Seymour Lecture 2017

Hear from Raimond Gaita, author of Romulus, My Father as he tackles the big concepts of

Morning Mist, Rock Island Bend
20 Sep 2017   Podcast

Dombrovskis: Journeys into the Wild

Former Australian Greens leader Dr Bob Brown and curator Matthew Jones offer an introduction to the

14 Sep 2017   Podcast

Kenneth Myer Lecture 2017

Dr Anne Summers AO is a best-selling author, journalist and thought leader with a long career

31 Aug 2017   Podcast

Poetry and Public Apology

Dr Bridget Vincent explores the relationship between Judith Wright’s poetry and her activism, based on new

11 Aug 2017   Podcast

Author Talk with David Haskell

Author of the Pulitzer Prize finalist The Forest Unseen visits with nature’s most magnificent networkers —

9 Aug 2017   Podcast

Author Talk with Rusty Young

For seven years Rusty Young, author of the international bestseller Marching Powder, lived and worked in

4 Aug 2017   Podcast

The Secrets She Keeps

From the internationally bestselling author who Stephen King called ‘an absolute master’ of the psychological thriller

28 Jul 2017   Podcast

Beauty in Thorns

Kate Forsyth's new novel Beauty in Thorns tells the story of love, obsession and tradegy that

27 Jul 2017   Podcast

Fellowship Presentation

The alliance between Axis Powers during World War II brought together an unexpected coalition between Italy

25 Jul 2017   Podcast

Narratives of Identity

From his London base, the enigmatic Kiwi ex-pat, Rex Nan Kivell spent much of his life

21 Jul 2017   Podcast

Fellowship Presentation

Shōjo, the girl positioned between child and adult, is an iconic representation of femininity and girlhood

21 Jul 2017   Podcast

NAIDOC Collection Talk: Our Voice

The National Library has been collecting oral histories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to

13 Jul 2017   Podcast

NAIDOC WEEK: Our languages matter

Our manuscripts collection holds some of the earliest records of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander languages

11 Jul 2017   Podcast

In Conversation: Capital Ideas

This Capital Ideas event explored the causes of repeated budget projection errors. Describing how these are

6 Jul 2017   Podcast

Treasures Curator Talk Life & Death

Treasures Curator Nat Williams sheds light on the brief life of Dorothy English Paty. Creating two

5 Jul 2017   Podcast

Indigenous Lives

Discover first contact through the eyes of Indigenous people and the Europeans they adopted into their

4 Jul 2017   Podcast

Author Talk with Hugh Mackay

Hosted by the Australian National University and National Library of Australia, prolific and well-known social researcher