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For 25 years, John and Bryan have been engaged in discourse on a range of issues. These interviews appear each week on television, radio and online and several collections have been released on CD, DVD and in book form. Every Thursday a fresh interview is loaded and fired into the blithersphere. It can be seen in here or on our YouTube site or the Facebook page.

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With New Zealand in crisis during the 1970s, the very sensible Mr Dagg addressed a wide range of issues on national television. He was elegantly dressed and was often accompanied by a dog. Fred and The Old Sheila had seven sons, all called Trevor. Very good boys they were too. Especially Trevo...

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In 1998, as Sydney prepared to hold the most successful Olympics ever, John and Ross Stevenson, who run a charitable institute supplying formats to British television, developed ‘The Games’, a series in which the problems of organising an event of this magnitude were identified, re...

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In this series of three x 1 hour episodes, written and presented by John, we chart the history and development of Australia’s relationship with sport, through the good times and the bad. We see why sport was so important and we follow Australia’s rise to international fame through ...

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For many years it was assumed that poetry came from England. Research now clearly demonstrates, however, that a great many of the world’s most famous poets were Australian. This project puts on record the wealth of imagery in Australian verse.

This rare collection is available in...

View Farnarkeling →

Farnarkeling is a sport which began in Mesopotamia, which literally means ‘between the rivers’. This would put it somewhere in Victoria or New South Wales between the Murray and the Darling. The word Farnarkeling is Icelandic in structure, Urdu in metre and Celtic in the intimacy o...

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A novel in which the modernist movement is faithfully reported as a tennis championship being played in Paris. It features singles, doubles and mixed doubles and to give you an idea, here are the first round results in men&rsq...

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In the late 1980s and early 90s, Royal Commissions were set up in order to establish what problems Australia confronted and how best to address them. John and his associate Ross Stevenson, then a lawyer and an ornament to the game, presented the fa...

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Stiff and The Brush Off were two highly acclaimed telemovies based on Shane Maloney’s excellent Murray Whelan series of novels. The telemovies, which screened on Australian television in 2004, were co-produced by Huntaway Films, th...