September 4, 2018

Molly the Weet-Bix pig drives Indigenous reading campaign

Move over Peppa Pig. A Weet-Bix devouring pig is the star of a new book written in the Kriol language of northern Australia.
September 4, 2018

Books That Changed Me: Jessie Cole

Reading Tara June Winch's Swallow the Air gave Jessie Cole the courage to explore her own story.
September 4, 2018

Muqam Rak review: Bright flame of freedom burns through concert

The Australian premiere of the Uighurs' ancient Muqam Rak was like a musical journey along the Silk Road.
September 4, 2018

Why Don’t We review: We’ve a long way from Peak Boy Band

Has the music industry reached the point of boy-band fatigue? The short answer is no, if the audience’s reception to Why Don’t We’s Australian tour is anything to go by.
September 4, 2018

Time for the final adventure

It’s been a decade of fun and fantasy for Adventure Time, and now the cult hit is coming to an end.
September 4, 2018

Sunrise pinged over controversial ‘stolen generation’ segment

The segment, hosted by Samantha Armytage, was found to be factually inaccurate and that it incited contempt.
September 3, 2018

Royal Academy nudes to reach gender parity as art world grapples equality

Britain's Royal Academy is to ensure its next exhibition of nudes has an equal gender split of naked men and women, as it navigates the post-Me Too era.
September 3, 2018

Popular BBC news reader has just days to live

Radio 5 Live news reader and host of the podcast You, Me and the Big C, Rachael Bland, was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
September 3, 2018

Festival of Dangerous Ideas seeks ‘civilised disagreement’

The world must urgently regain the art of "civilised disagreement" if we are to start tackling the myriad global challenges we face, says Simon Longstaff.
September 3, 2018

Alan Jones says he is ‘very comfortable’ with his role in Liberal implosion

Angry, at times nasty, and intent on setting fire to his enemies, Alan Jones threw plenty of barbs on Q&A.
September 3, 2018

Malthouse remounts Cloudstreet, brings Wake in Fright to the stage

Malthouse Theatre's 2019 season includes a slew of inspired adaptations and Australian and world debuts, with a little bit of star power thrown in.
September 3, 2018

Town Hall to become ‘a little Sri Lanka’

Sydney Town Hall will be transformed into a "little Sri Lanka" for three weeks next year when Belvoir takes over the city landmark with a new play.