Germaine Greer, Christos Tsiolkas
Christos Tsiolkas, Germaine Greer and the Aboriginal leader Pat Dodson talk about the fault-lines in Australia ancient and modern.
Germaine Greer's new book White Beech: The Rainforest Years traces her attempt to return land in South East Queensland to its wild state.
The new novel from the author of 'The Slap' follows a boy who uses swimming as a way out of his working class, immigrant background. Tsiolkas explores ideas about competitiveness and the macho side of Australian culture.
Pat Dodson is a key campaigner for Aboriginal rights
In this special edition of Free Thinking presenter Samira Ahmed explores what lies within the Australian psyche?
Producer: Neil Trevithick.
Australia in the Free Thinking archive
Kate Grenville talks about her new novel, Sarah Thornhill set in nineteenth century Australia.
Interview from 2013 with Australian born poet and broadcaster Clive James on his translation of Dante's Divine Comedy
Samira Ahmed talks to the orgranisers behind the Australian Art exhibition at the Royal Academy, Kathleen Sorian and Edmund Capon.
Thomas Keneally discusses his novel The Daughters of Mars which examines the hidden wounds of two nurses as they confront the horrors of Gallipoli.
|Interviewed Guest||Christos Tsiolkas|
|Interviewed Guest||Germaine Greer|
|Interviewed Guest||Patrick Dodson|