June 25th, 2016
Episode 538 of 799 episodes
Dean Riley and Beau Dean Riley Smith, from Bangarra Dance Theatre, talk about the new work Minyagan, Donna Jackson has created a book about her community theatre show about asbestos, called Dust, a debate about language and technology from the Emerging Writers Festival, and cabaret star Geraldine Quinn talks about her new show Fox Poncing.
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