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The Glasshouse – 6 November 2019

Beth catches up with writer Aminatou Sow, plus Due West Arts Festival artists Alec Reade and Jack Mitchell.

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The Glasshouse – 30 October 2019

An episode of The Glasshouse on 30 October 2019

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The Glasshouse – 23 October 2019

Anne-Marie Te Whiu, co-editor of the 'Solid Air: Australian & New Zealand Spoken Word' collection, joins the show.

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The Glasshouse – 16 October 2019

An episode of The Glasshouse on 16 October 2019

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The Glasshouse – 9 October 2019

Zenobia Frost joins the show.

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The Glasshouse – 2 October 2019

Banbapuy tells Beth about 'Songspirals', and Laura La Rosa talks about her new article, 'Where's Your Daddy?'

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The Glasshouse – 25 September 2019

Ruby Hamad speaks with Beth about her new book ‘White Tears/Brown Scars’, about the exclusion of women of colour from mainstream feminism.

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Rachel Ang and Sarah Firth talk about ‘Drawing Power’, and The Amplified Elephants brief us on Copy That Copy Cat: Jolt Sonic Festival.

Rachel Ang and Sarah Firth talk about ‘Drawing Power’, and The Amplified Elephants brief us on Copy That Copy Cat: Jolt Sonic Festival.

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The Glasshouse – 11 September 2019

We get the rundown on the "Cafe Philosophique De L’Amour" series at the Esplanade Hotel, and "MetHER", a new show at Fringe.

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The Glasshouse – 4 September 2019

Beth speaks with Tayari Jones about her novel 'An American Marriage', and with Merrkiyawuy Ganambarr-Stubbs about 'Songspirals'.

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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.