February 18th, 2016
Episode 429 of 799 episodes
The Blake Prize is Australia's oldest religious art prize. But what constitutes religious art in 2016? We hear from Robyn Mundy, whose new novel Wildlight is set in the wilds of Tasmania. And Bell Shakespeare has launched its 2016 season with one of the Bard's best loved plays, Romeo and Juliet.
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