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May 16th, 2015
Episode 815 of 973 episodes
Playwright Hannie Rayson is a much-loved Australian institution.She made history when her stage hitLife After Georgebecame the first play to be shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Award, and her first major success,Hotel Sorrentowas made into a feature film and is a staple of VCE reading lists. She has also written for television, including popular hitSea Change. In her long-awaited memoir,Hello Beautiful, Hannie presents scenes from her own life, with all the insight, wit and narrative flair she has perfected in her plays. In this conversation with writer, director and broadcaster Lorin Clarke, she shares insights from this hilarious (and often dramatic) behind-the-scenes look at the life of an Australian success story. Recorded live at Montalto Vineyard & Olive Grove in Red Hill.
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