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Download and listen to these recordings of popular author talks and discussions.
Sculptor Fairlie Kingston discusses her career and her entry for the the 2012 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.
Recorded 9 November 2012
Andrew Tink discusses the life and works of Lord Sydney.
Recorded 28 September 2012
Personal finance guru Henri Aram discusses his long and varied life with Michael Visontay.
Recorded 31 August 2012
Pat Farmer, author of Pole to Pole, talks about his epic 2011-2012 run to raise funds for clean water programs for Red Cross International.
Recorded 27 July 2012
Michael Waterhouse, author of Not a Poor Man's Ground, talks about the Australian colonial experience in New Guinea between the wars.
Recorded 29 June 2012
Solicitor Colleen Burgoyne, of Back Schwartz Vaughan Lawyers, talks about Older Persons and the Law at Woollahra Seniors Centre as part of Law Week.
Recorded 18 May 2012
Writer, painter and photographer Alasdair McGregor talks about the literature of Antarctica.
Recorded 27 April 2012
Art historian Dr Garry Darby talks about traditional Aboriginal art and artists of the Central and Western Deserts.
Recorded 23 March 2012
Graham Ross from the hit television show Better Homes and Gardens shares more than 40 years gardening experience in this personal and informative chat.
Recorded 29 April 2011
Stuart Littlemore and Glen McNamara discuss crime fact and fiction writing and the law with Kate Fitzpatrick.
Irena Dunn interviews Jean-Michel Gerst, author of Latitude 36.50: Warming Recipes from the Mountains, and Loukie Werle, author of Pasta Rustica.
Recorded 23 August 2012
Drusilla Modjeska discusses her recent novel The Mountain with literary critic Geordie Williamson.
Recorded 14 June 2012
Historian Paul Ham discusses his book Hiroshima Nagasaki with former radio presenter Sally Loane.
Recorded 19 April 2012
Political commentator and author Alan Ramsey talks about his book The Way They Were.
Recorded 18 August 2011
Listen to chef and co-owner of Red Lantern Mark Jensen talk about his sustainable eating cookbook The Urban Cook with renowned actress Kate Fitzpatrick.
Recorded on 16 June 2011
Best-selling women's fiction writer Liz Byrski - the author The Sydney Morning Herald described as 'compulsive reading' - discuss her new book with writer, broadcaster and journalist, Jacqueline Kent.
Recorded 14 April 2011