If literature, as romantic poet John Keats said, is for soul making, how will our souls be made and remade in a digital age that steals time from us in so many ways?
Will there forever be stars in the sky? What is the ultimate fate of life and the universe? Join us for a cosmic journey into the past and future with astrophysicist Geraint Lewis.
Our brain power allows us to produce art. But what influence does art have on our brains and mental wellbeing? And could art help to heal neurodegenerative diseases?
Australian film director Bruce Beresford (Ladies in Black, Driving Miss Daisy) provides humorous and honest reflections on his extensive works, impressive 50-year career, Hollywood and more, in this lively conversation with film studies academic Bruce Isaacs.
As discussion continues around the efficacy of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, this talk unpacks how we can create accessible and inclusive spaces for all, and importantly, how we can design with equity and dignity in mind.
Corporate interests and industry have a long history of influencing public perception of scientific research. It’s a frightening picture. This discussion equips us to combat this truth decay.
Research on Australia’s mental health and suicide rates, especially among Indigenous youth, paints a grim picture. Hear from the heroes who are giving us grounds for optimism and leading a positive future.
If anyone can make maths fun, it’s Eddie Woo! He shows how maths can inspire joy and inquisitive exploration at any age.
Why is it so hard for white people to talk about racism? Educator and best-selling author Dr Robin DiAngelo offers insights into how we can engage constructively with the idea of race.
Nigerian satirist and journalist Adeola Fayehun is setting the benchmark for using political satire for not just a good laugh, but also to shift the conversation and reshape democratic processes.