The Wheeler Centre: Books, Writing, Ideas: Videos
Summary: Events and interviews from the world of books, writing and ideas, presented by The Wheeler Centre
Ruby J Murray and Carmel Bird explore Margaret Atwood's classic collection of stories, Moral Disorder.
In this instalment of our series exploring seminal Australian texts, host Ramona Koval is joined by writer and academic Susan Sheridan, who presents a lecture on Kate Grenville's classic novel *Lilian's Story*.
Series curator Raimond Gaita launches our Faith and Culture program with a keynote lecture arguing why the relationships between faith and secularism must be examined.
Raimond Gaita, Asma Barlas, Susan Neiman, Bernadette Tobin and Scott Stephens discuss Gaita's keynote speech, launching our Faith and Culture series.
Art historian and writer Janine Burke speaks passionately about the art and mystery of the animal world.
Sally Warhaft, Satyajit Das and Andrew Charlton take part in a heated debate over the future of economic growth in Australia and beyond.
Alex Miller and Jim Davidson mark the anniversary of their friend Hazel Rowley's passing, and announce the winner of the Hazel Rowley Memorial Fellowship. With Fiona Gruber.
Roscoe Howell outlines modern forms of slavery, discussing how it intersects with our decisions, and explaining how we can bring about change.
Jodi and Samantha share their creative journey in this special event.
Andrew McDonald and Josh Nelson discuss Tennessee Williams' classic play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Laura Tingle and Fran Kelly discuss Tingle's Quarterly Essay, which tackles Australian society's climate of antagonism and complaint.
Professor Ian Lowe of the Australian Conservation Foundation examines the complex, controversial issues surrounding the population debate in Australia.
Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen and contemporary Chinese novelist Sheng Keyi join Jenny Niven for a discussion about power, voice and change in their homelands.
Lindsay Tanner argues for the economic benefits of diversity through immigration in Australia.
Ruby J Murray and Dr Grace Moore examine Charles Dickens' classic text, A Christmas Carol.