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The Stranger, Australia's Answer to Doctor Who, Premieres on ABC Iview After Decades in the Vaults, Dannielle Maguire , Bridget Judd , single work column

'Way back when Doctor Who's TARDIS was only just taking off, an Australian TV series was exploring the science fiction genre.' (Introduction)

The 'Forgotten Works' of Pixie O'Harris on Show in Taree After Being Rediscovered and Restored, Emma Siossian , single work column

'A collection of enchanting and forgotten works by one of Australia's most loved and iconic artists and authors, Pixie O'Harris, is back on public display after being rediscovered and restored.' (Introduction)

Bushfire-affected Communities Use 'Verbatim' Theatre to Air Stories and Heal Trauma, Highlighting Its Broader Benefits, Hannah Reich , single work column

'When Les Hume was visiting homes in the wake of the 2003 Victorian bushfires, in his capacity as a rural recovery support worker, he found himself on an unusual mission.' (Introduction)

Perth Festival Opening Week Showcases Nationwide Resurgence of Indigenous Art, Theatre and Music, Dee Jefferson , single work column

'When Perth Festival's incoming artist director Iain Grandage announced that his first edition would open with a week of exclusively Indigenous work, it was a big deal: this has never been done before in Australia.' (Introduction)

Alison Lester and Alice Pung on Storytelling, Virginia Trioli , single work column

'Authors Alison Lester and Alice Pung join Virginia Trioli on Mornings to chat about the 'Storytelling Gala: 2020 Hindsight' at The Wheeler Centre.'

In My Blood It Runs Documentary Exposes How Education System Is Failing Aboriginal Children, Keva York , single work column

'Last September, Dujuan Hoosan, a 12-year-old Arrernte and Garrwa boy from Alice Springs, addressed the Human Rights Council at the United Nations in Geneva  the youngest person to do so.' (Introduction)

Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears Is the Film Fans Have Been Pining for — and There Could Be More to Come, Paul Verhoeven , single work column

'When Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries first hit our TV screens, it was an instant phenomenon. Smart, sharp, earnest and progressive, the show was like a sunshower of positivity.' (Introduction)

New ABC and Netflix Series Stateless Is a Show about Refugees, so Why Is the Cast so White?, single work column

'There's a big new show coming to ABC TV with a star-studded cast. It's called Stateless and it's backed by one of the biggest Australian names: Cate Blanchett.' (Introduction)

Michael Bradley Releases Book on the Coniston Massacre, Frances Kelly (presenter), single work interview
Refugee and Indigenous Australian Experiences Drawn Together in Exhibition by Artist Vernon Ah Kee, Hannah Reich , single work column

'About 10 to 15 years ago, Brisbane artist Vernon Ah Kee started noticing similarities between the treatment of refugee asylum seekers and Aboriginal First Nations people in Australia.' 

The Invisible Man, Leigh Whannell's Horror Revamp, Explores the Hidden Terror of Domestic Abuse, Paul Donoughue , single work column

'Dawn of the Dead is about rapacious consumerism. Invasion of the Bodysnatchers has been read as a critique of McCarthyism. And Get Out called out the hypocrisy of white progressives.

'Leigh Whannell, Australia's most successful horror movie maker, knows this. Long ago, before co-writing Saw, the gory blockbuster thriller, he was the movie geek on ABC TV's Recovery.' (Introduction)

The Invisible Man Reboot Shifts Focus Away from Villain Towards Victim in Domestic Violence Tale, Luke Goodsell , single work column

'H.G. Wells's The Invisible Man was often vulnerable to rain, fog, or falling snow, elements that would reveal his phantom shape and give him away to his pursuers.' (Introduction)

Hoarding Is Unpacked in Benjamin Law's Play Torch the Place, a Tender Comedy of Family and Dysfunction, Dee Jefferson , single work column

'In his 2010 memoir The Family Law, Benjamin Law writes about how when he was a teen, his Uncle Toby (his mum's older brother) came to visit from Canada and was so shocked by the overstuffed, messy state of their home that he staged an intervention and cleared it out in a week.' (Introduction)

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