Ever watched a video on YouTube and then watched another and another and then hours have passed without you even realising? You'll appreciate this from MARK HUMPHRIES.
A fine pairing of the words of Clive James and the voice of Jack Thompson in a reading of Japanese Maple. Listen in.
The style mavens who are inspiring Women of a Certain Age to get out there and show what they're made of. Invisible? Pfft! SO last year!
On the 20th anniversary of the Friends premiere, couch potato AMY STOCKWELL does a serious stint of channel surfing to give you the run down on what else you could be watching.
After 28 years and countless minor disagreements about what films they like and why, David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz are calling it a day on At The Movies.
Advertising that follows you, mannequins that talk to you. Don't be paranoid, really. ALEXANDRA COULTON reports on some disturbing developments in technology.
Watch Billy Crystal's moving tribute to Robin Williams at the Emmy Awards.
Writer-director Joel Edgerton stars in this edgy drama about a crime, a cover-up and a tragic accident. We've got 10 double passes to give away.
Haruki Murakami's latest novel sold over a million copies in Japan a week, but what does MEREDITH JAFFE make of the translation? Plus all the latest literary news and reviews.
We have tickets to give away to the Sydney Theatre Company's production of Children of the Sun - Gorky's tale of a tangled web of love locked intellectuals.
If you write about traumatic experiences, do you suck them dry of power? Stroke victim DAVID ROLAND finds catharsis in the written word, but also a physical healing.
In her personal training session this week, MRS WOOG ended up feeling worse about the gossip than the exercise. And that's saying something.
MEREDITH JAFFÉ talks to bestselling author Jennifer Weiner about her new book All Fall Down: a tale of high expectations and middle class addiction.
Do our loved ones ever really leave us? Can love transcend death? In her new book Love Never Dies, KARINA MACHADO, explores love as a link to the afterlife.
How should we view a piece of art after sordid details of the creator’s personal life are revealed? ALEXANDRA TSELIOS discusses the banning Rolf Harris's artworks.
Angela Catterns and Wendy Harmer are back for episode 3 of Hoopla-lah, in which they discuss holidays, swimsuits and - ahem - cherished gifts from the kids.
A novel that is like a 'powerful road movie in reverse' by young Australian Evie Wyld has won the Miles Franklin. MEREDITH JAFFE has this week's news and reviews.
If anyone makes WENDY HARMER laugh it's Denise Scott, and the two got together for a little Q and A...(SP)
Wendy Harmer and Angela Catterns are back with episode 2 of the Hoopla-lah podcast, discussing hugs and possums and generally just having a bit of a laugh. Listen now.
Inspiring, uplifting, and full of joy, Rising from Ashes is a brilliant documentary about two worlds colliding, and we have 10 double passes to give away.