Before he takes to the Sydney Opera House stage, Bill Nye chatted with Up & Atom’s Dr Alice Williamson. From climate change to outer space, sceptics to saving the world, expect plenty of big ideas to get you thinking.
There’s more to the Festival than films that keep you awake at night. There are also beautiful experiments with documentary footage, blacker-than-black comedies, and ingenious dramas – assembled into a dawn-till-dusk line-up which turns the Factory Theatre into a second home for cult-film cinephiles.
It was like we were in a club and it was good to know that this club could fill the seats of the Opera House. And that’s important, because it’s dark out there and sometimes we all need to “get together for a ridiculous, fun and boozy shin dig” (Opera House style).
We met her on Australian Idol, and now she’s touring the country in The Bodyguard. Paulini tells David Capra about her love of Whitney Houston and growing up in Western Sydney.
Few people experience the adventure that is working in breakfast radio. Up For It’s Lucy Smith chatted with former triple j host Matt Okine and his co-star Harriet Dyer ahead of the release of their new Stan series ‘The Other Guy’.
This weekend, Sydney Opera House will host leading artists, thinkers and doers for the debut of Antidote. The festival features immersive stories and courageous ideas – some local, some global. Here are five of the most captivating events on the program.
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Mervyn Bishop, iconic Australian photographer, and Brenda Croft, Indigenous artist and curator, discuss their practice and interweaving histories with the Indigenous land rights movement.