Wayne Swan, Nick Minchin and Anne Aly discuss courage under (journalistic) fire, and the dreaded He Who Shall Not Be Named (SPOILER: it's Laurie Oakes).
Writer/director Derek Cianfrance's follow-up to his 2010 head turner Blue Valentine has guns, shoot-outs and Ryan Gosling -- but it's also a daring and unconventional work. He spoke with film critic Luke Buckmaster.
What does a video game have to say about the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair? Daniel Golding speaks with BioShock Infinite design director Bill Gardner.
He's Hollywood's go-to guy for a mean looking Mexican. Veteran actor Danny Trejo has been in more films and TV shows than even he can count -- and his fascinating real-life story is every bit as intense as the kind of characters he portrays, writes Luke Buckmaster.
Tom Hooper’s adaptation of Les Misérables has received a mixed response from critics. Luke Buckmaster spoke to him about the mammoth task of bringing Les Mis to the big screen.
Luke Buckmaster and his three-year-old niece love Finding Nemo and Toy Story. Does having an impact on a person's formative year's feel daunting for a filmmaker? Buckmaster speaks to director Lee Unkrich about this, the impact of Pixar Studios and more.
Benicio Del Toro's road to success has not been a conventional one. The Oscar-winning actor speaks to Luke Buckmaster about making it in Hollywood and his new film, Oliver Stone's Savages.
Christian Lander's Stuff White People Like blog spawned a NYT bestselling book, a world tour and countless imitations. Bethanie Blanchard interviews Lander about writing before and after becoming the official voice of the 'white person'.
Herald Sun columnist Andrew Bolt has few friends, but Opposition leader Tony Abbott begged him to keep fighting the good conservative fight. John van Tiggelen eats dinner with Australia's most powerful megaphone.
Jon Ronson is well-known for his journalism and his books Them: Adventures with Extremists, and The Men Who Stare at Goats. He chats with Angela Meyer about his latest book The Psychopath Test.