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Cormack O'Connor ~ March 27th, 2015
Nelly Furtado (self-proclaimed promiscuous girl and man-eater) once posed the question "Why do all good things come to an end?" We're not sure if she ever got her answer, but maybe good things don't have to end. So, we ask: which TV show would you revive?
Kate Iselin ~ March 27th, 2015
When Kate Iselin joined ask.fm she was attacked day and night for months by one relentless troll. She became a digital archivist of her own abuse—then eventually discovered who was doing it.
Spook ~ March 27th, 2015
Recent Ellen Show alumni member Chet Faker is raffling off some platinum shit to raise money for beyondblue!
Garry Westmore ~ March 27th, 2015
First Twin Peaks (probably) and now The X-Files. So what other 90's TV shows could be set for a revival?
Keith Oakden-Rayner ~ March 26th, 2015
Black supremacist Dwight York invented his own currency, built a congregation and constructed his own Egyptian-themed city (complete with pyramids). Keith Oakden-Rayner investigates a stranger than fiction true story that beggars belief.
Alice Williams ~ March 26th, 2015
When asked how to stop being sad after heartbreak, John Darnielle answers, "I’d just say maybe choose better people?"
Spook ~ March 26th, 2015
With jet setting photographic duo Tré and Elmaz behind the lens, Week in Submission takes a turn at the sea, heading down to the rocks of Tamarama Beach.
Alexandra Neill ~ March 25th, 2015
We chat to Kirsten Law and Ronan MacEwan about bronies, men's rights activists and feminism, and turning tension into humour for their new Melbourne International Comedy Festival show, Man Academy.