EP 51: Bon anniversaire: Part Deux
Deux, derr, DUH! (Crabb and Sales go all out with their French pronunciation skills). A diverse range of topics are whized through: the Dixie Chicks concert, John Howard as Mark Colvin, books on political intrigue, the S-Town podcast from Alabama plus the art of writing a weekly column. There are plenty of distractions, including rose gold laptops and whether Crabb has left it too late to pick up the kids on time.
- Spaghetti Tree (again!?) No, Sales was taken to Fancy Hank’s instead!
- The Dixie Chicks – All Music Biography
- Dixie Chicks – video snippet of the concert (via Leigh Sales Facebook).
- Mark Colvin’s Kidney – Belvoir Theatre
- 30 Rock - Starring: Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan
- Very English Scandal - by John Preston
- The Politician : An Insider's Account of John Edward's Pursuit of the Presidency - by Andrew Young
- The Controversial ‘Missing Richard Simmons’ Podcast Has Ended Early After Criticism - Sinead Stubbins (Junkee, March 22 2017)
- S-Town - podcast from the makers of Serial and This American Life
- Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - by John Berendt
- The Squiz - Daily news summary. "Your shortcut to being informed."
- Breakfast Politics - Christine Wallace (Archive)
- There is nothing free about Mark Latham’s Speech - Annabel Crabb (SMH, April 1 2017)
- William Eggleston Portraits - National Gallery of Victoria (17 Mar - 18 June 2017)
- Bill Henson - Recent Photographs – National Gallery of Victoria (10 Mar - 27 Aug 2017)
- Stop Fixing Women: Why building fairer workplaces is everybody's business - by Catherine Fox
- Writing Life: Helen Garner and Her Work - by Bernadette Brennan
- Into the darkness: Helen Garners drive to understand a murderer - by Bernadette Brennan (The Weekend Australian Magazine, March 25-26, 2017)
- Richard Glover – columns
- Final Encounter with My Mother (SMH, March 31, 2017)
- Putting a price on happiness, before plastic makes it obsolete (SMH, March 25, 2017)
- Flesh Wounds: For Anyone Whose Family Was Not What They Ordered – by Richard Glover
- Chrissie Swan website – which includes Herald Sun column
- Annabel Crabb – columns and commentary