Anna Clark – Making Australian History

Making Australian History, non-fiction book, author,

Anna Clark, granddaughter of renowned historian Manning Clark, and an award-winning historian and commentator in her own right, is incredibly excited to publicise her latest work which explores Australian historiography and how our country’s national story came to be. She believes history isn’t just about understanding what happened and why. It also reflects the persuasions, politics and prejudices of its …

Brooke Prentis – CEO of Common Grace

We are tackling a very sensitive issue in this week’s podcast, discussing black deaths in custody as seek to understand more about the aboriginal culture. We will be joined by Aboriginal christian leader, writer, speaker and CEO of Common Grace, Brooke Prentis. Brooke has a wealth of experience and knowledge to share with us and to help broaden our understanding …

Episode 197: Jessica Mauboy – From Australian Idol, the Sapphires, Eurovision, and now a lead in a TV drama The Secret Daughter

Jessica Mauboy

Born and raised in Darwin, it was a humble Jessica Mauboy who auditioned among the flies for the fourth season of Australian Idol. Coming runner-up to Damien Leith, she went on to release platinum hits such as “Inescapable”, “Because” and “Burn”. After a number of film roles, Jess became the first Australian Indigenous actress to take on a lead role for a television …