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Episode
10 April 2019

The Glasshouse – 10 April 2019

In a sisterly-themed edition of The Glasshouse, writer Oyinkan Braithwaite talks about her novel My Sister, The Serial Killer: A novel, and comedian Chloe Black gives us the low-down on her Melbourne…

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Episode
3 April 2019

The Glasshouse – 3 April 2019

An episode of The Glasshouse on 3 April 2019

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Episode
27 March 2019

The Glasshouse – 27 March 2019

An episode of The Glasshouse on 27 March 2019

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Episode
20 March 2019

The Glasshouse – 20 March 2019

An episode of The Glasshouse on 20 March 2019

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Episode
13 March 2019

The Glasshouse – 13 March 2019

Beth interviews the folks behind ASH, an Aboriginal sexual health podcast.

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Episode
6 March 2019

The Glasshouse – 6 March 2019

Guest host Eliza Herbert speaks with Leah Jing McIntosh, founding editor of Liminal Magazine, about their first issue. Eliza is also joined by Reg Dodd and Malcolm McKinnon to discuss their new book…

Episode
27 February 2019

The Glasshouse – 27 February 2019

Acclaimed novelist, poet and playright Ben Okri visits The Glasshouse ahead of his upcoming talk on freedom as part of the Melbourne's School of Life series. We also get to hear about his…

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Episode
20 February 2019

The Glasshouse – 20 February 2019

Triana Hernandez and Georgia Maq pop past to fill us in on Brunswick Music Festival's Sound Sessions: Poetics and Politics; then, Carly Findlay discusses her memoir, Say Hello.

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Episode
13 February 2019

The Glasshouse – 13 February 2019

Beth catches up with Mandy Ord about her book When One Person Dies The Whole World Is Over and Xen Nhà lets us know about a special Queer lunar new year party hosted…

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Episode
6 February 2019

The Glasshouse – 6 February 2019

An episode of The Glasshouse on 6 February 2019

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About this program

The Glasshouse is a space for spoken word artists, poets, sound makers, audio storytellers, emerging cultural leaders, thinkers, writers and anyone who celebrates story as a means of self-expression, self-representation and community-building.

Witness the growth and renewal of our stories and histories, and reflect on how our stories are told and who they’re told by.