Creative Crush: Shireen Taweel

Through her copper works, Shireen explores her experiences of being an Australian Muslim of Lebanese decent, and shares ideas of cultural exchange, sacred space and cultural hybridity.

Feature films on microbudgets: Imogen McCluskey on her debut Suburban Wildlife

Resident filmlordes Jack and André chat with local filmmaker Imogen McCluskey about her ambitious micro-budget feature film debut ‘Suburban Wildlife’.

Dramaturg Alana Valentine on Bangarra’s Dark Emu

Alana lets Lucy in on how to turn a history-changing work of non-fiction into a powerful dance experience, and also on what a dramaturg is actually.

Black Comedy’s Steven Oliver on his Faboriginality

Lucy Smith caught up with Indigenous writer, performer and all-round powerhouse, Steven Oliver. Known to most as the man behind Black Comedy, this week he hosts Faboriginal, a deadly art game show at the Art Gallery of NSW.

DRMNGNOW on Indigenous Lands and the need for anthems

DRMNGNOW is a multi-disciplinary Yorta Yorta artist based in Naarm (Melbourne). He dropped by the station to talk about his latest single, ‘Indigenous Land’.

Because of Her, We Can: The Hon Linda Burney on Mornings

Inspirational Federal Member for Barton the Hon Linda Burney spoke to Bridie Tanner on Mornings, ahead of her keynote speech at Sydney University’s NAIDOC celebrations.

Interview: No small fans for Matty Matheson

Viceland’s own foul-mouthed Torontoan gastronome Matty Matheson stopped by to serve up some sizzling hot takes on BBQ, veganism and plus-size modelling with a light dusting of mic-burps and f-bombs.

Creative Crush: Keg De Souza

Creative Crush is an interview series profiling a Sydney creative who we’ve been loving. Finding out the behind-the-scenes of their practice, what they’ve been up to and where we can go see their work!

Rags to Ironic Riches: Greg Sestero, Star of the worst movie of all time.

Greg Sestero came in to Mornings this week if you can believe it, to chat with Bridie and filmlordes, Jack and Andre for Movies Movies Movies.

Walk through the Biennale with six interviews from exhibiting artists

The Biennale of Sydney is in its last week! Six exhibiting artists talk art as activism, creating as community-building, and the artist’s role within our current political landscape.