Chat 10 Looks 3

In which Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales talk about books, television, radio, movies, food, politics and whatever else they feel like. Even show tunes.

Ep 35: Backstage at the Sydney Writers Festival

Recorded merely moments before they appeared on-stage before an audience of 2000 punters, Crabb and Sales recall some of their investigations into political drama which is based largely on real-life events. Plus, who was Australia's weirdest Prime Minister? You might be surprised who they come up with.


Ep 34: Isabella Blow

Join Crabb and Sales at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum where they visit the Isabella Blow exhibition, plus a whole list of new podcasts to listen to.


Ep 32: Live from the Wheeler Centre

This week sees Crabb and Sales broadcasting live from the Wheeler Centre in Melbourne and although they are very tempted to turn their show into a contemporary performance art piece, they resist and instead talk about bundts and books and bears. Oh my!

Ep 30: Strobe cream part deux

It's time to put on makeup. It's time to dress up right. It's time to get things started in Canberra tonight. Join the bunglers in front of the mirror as they get ready for the ABC Showcase. Plus prepare yourself for the next instalment of Flora's Fancies where the story really gets meta.


Ep 29: When the strudel hits the floor

The bunglers are back for 2016 and Crabb is clanging like a bell after an encounter with celebrity cook Nigella Lawson. Sales finally gives Crabb her Christmas present and makes her eat cherry strudel that's been dropped on the floor. Warning: possibly the worst audio and level of interruptions ever and that's saying something.


Ep 28: Christmas 2015

Christmas is here, so it's time for Crabb and Sales to tell us what they thought of the year. Find out their picks for best movies, television, recipes, books and articles. Plus Crabb may have just found the ultimate way to prevent Sales from throwing out her Christmas gift.


Ep 27: Flora's fancy

Secret diaries are revealed in this episode. What happens when the things you wrote thirty years ago see the light of day. Would anyone want to read it? Would anyone want to publish it? Plus Crabb and Sales tell us about their favourite horror films and books.


Ep 26: The Ingredient of shame

Julie Andrews. Stephen Fry. Harrison Ford. It's episode where Crabb and Sales shamelessly drop names until the clanging is literally audible. They discuss notable first lines from books. Sales invites Crabb into her bedroom and closes the door. Plus you can play our Chat 10 Looks 3 bingo, where points are scored for: Sales eating on mic, an interruption, a name drop "clang", a book being thrown in the bin (before reading) and lots of schoolgirl giggling.