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Jenny Hocking in Shaping Australia: How a Century of War Changed UsWar has shaped Australia, but in ways that go deeper than the rhetoric surrounding the centenary commemoration of Gallipoli. Jenny Hocking (Gough Whitlam: His Time), Stephen Garton, Tim Rowse and Julianne Schultz discuss how a century of war has shaped modern Australia.
Anne Manne: Dissecting a CrimeAnne Manne writes that Anders Breivik's murderous rampage in Norway was the action of an extreme narcissist in her book The Life of I. Join her as she speaks with fellow author Åsne Seierstad at the Sydney Writers Festival about the worst massacre in Norway’s history and what it took to write about the tragedy that chilled the world.
Nicole Jenkins: Style is EternalJoin us to hear Nicole Jenkins talk about her new book, Style is Eternal, a queenly bible on how to live a most glamorous life. She shares her old-school fashion tips to take your modern wardrobe from faddish to eternally stylish, without breaking the bank. A demonstration on creative ways to wear scarves will be included.
Jenny Hocking in What Would Whitlam Do Today?What would Whitlam make of society and government today? Jenny Hocking, Whitlam’s definitive biographer (Gough Whitlam: His Time), Queensland’s first female Premier Anna Bligh and ABC political editor Chris Uhlmann pause to consider this question with broadcaster and author James O'Loghlin.