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Alex Antunes, Hini Hanara, and Graham Willett

Alex Antunes and Hini Hanara discuss Queer Death Cafes, spaces where queer people can discuss the taboo subject of death. Then Queer Historian Graham Willett joins the show to discuss the Queer Aus…


Isaac Humphries and Inez Baranay

Professional basketball player Isaac Humphries, who plays with NBL team Melbourne United, reflects on making history as the first male professional basketball player to come out publicly. Then Inez Baranay discusses her new…


Nevena Spirovska, Lucy Best, and New Trans & Gender Diverse Anthologies

Nevena Spirovska, one of the convenors of the Victorian Pride Lobby, returns to the show to talk about LGBTQIA+ issues in advance of the Victorian State election. Writer, producer and performer Lucy Best…


Fiona Kelly McGregor, Tommi Parrish, Sasja Sydek & Mama Latoya Hoeg

Cross-disciplinary author, artist, and critic Fiona Kelly McGregor talks about her new book 'Iris' based on the life of musician and petty criminal Iris Webber and set in 1930s Sydney. Then cartoonist and…


Robyn Archer & LUCIANO

Robyn Archer is a singer, writer, artistic director, public advocate for the arts, and expert in the repertoire of the Weimar republic. She joins the show to discuss performing the show Queer Flings…


Brenda Appleton, Robyn Plaister and Robyn Kennedy

Brenda Appleton OAM, former co-chair of Transgender Victoria for 17 years and the winner of the Liberty Victoria Voltaire Human Rights award for 2022, joins the show to reflect on her experiences in…


Claire Holland, Max Tassell, and Renee the Celebrant

Producer Claire Holland and Director Max Tassell talk about their show Long Live the King at La Mama Theatre, which features an ensemble of drag kings and is based on Shakespeare's Richard the…


Miss Cairo and Making Our Mark in Merri-bek

Cabaret performer Miss Cairo, performer of 'Breasts Become Her' at Melbourne Fringe, chats about hormones, unpacking what womanhood means, and the show's reference to the movie 'Death Becomes Her'. Then arts organizers Alex…


Sylvia Martin, Luka Gracie, Monique Solnordal, & Liz Walsh

Sylvia Martin, the author of three biographies about women who have been ignored in Australian literary and cultural history, talks about the republishing of her book 'Passionate Friends: Mary Fullerton, Mabel Singleton and…


Jacci Pillar & Suzi Taylor

Performer and comedian Jacci Pillar joins the show to talk about her Melbourne Fringe Show, Gold Star Failure, and about her work in anthropology, social science, and comedy.

Then filmmaker, radio producer, and…

About this program

A queer and trans talk show.