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Hannah McElhinney

Hannah McElhinney, the creator of Rainbow History Class, joins the show to discuss getting into history as a content writer and creator, overalls and carabiners as lesbian fashion codes, TikTok algorithms and her…


J Davies, Anna Piper Scott, and Olly Lawrence

Photographer J Davies discusses their exhibition 'The Sentimentality of Something Unseen', shot on film and compiled digitally, and their approach to photography changing during lockdowns. Then Anna Piper Scott, comedian and host of…


Jess Ho

Nonbinary author and food writer Jess Ho discusses their debut book and memoir Raised by Wolves. They dive deep into the book's focus and talk about the immense stress and challenges of working…


Kae Tempest and Gary Dunne

Spoken word performer, poet, Mercury prize nominated recording artist, novelist, and playwright Kae Tempest, discusses creativity, their process of writing for different mediums, and their upcoming tour in Australia. Then Gary Dunne, an…


Robin Eames

Robin Eames, queercrip writer, artist, and historian discusses their upcoming historical exhibition "Pride (R)evolution" utilising the New South Wales State Library’s vast collection that will be a part of Sydney WorldPride 2023.



Imogen Binnie

Writer Imogen Binnie discusses her 2013 novel Nevada, which was nominated for the 2014 Lambda Literary Award for transgender fiction and has been described as "Anti Trans-101" due to it's avoidance of pandering…


Wayne Murdoch & Austin Fabry-Jenkins

Author Wayne Murdoch discusses his new book 'The Mystery of the Handsome Man: The Double Life of John Lempriere Irvine' and the context of 19th century queer history in Melbourne. Then Austin Fabry-Jenkins…


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…

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A queer and trans talk show.