August 1st, 2016
Episode 569 of 799 episodes
Journalist Ben Eltham's Currency House Platform Paper examines the past four years of cultural policies, across various federal governments in Australia, Andrea James' new play Winyanboga Yurringa explores the contemporary lives of a group of Koori women, American writer Jami Attenberg describes her masterpiece, and Belgian writer Stefan Hertmans' novel is a very personal perspective on World War One.
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