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One Plus One

One Plus One

One Plus One

Jane Hutcheon sits down with sports stars, celebrities, philosophers, politicians & public figures from Australia or overseas, for an in-depth conversation with leading newsmakers. #OnePlusOne

One Plus One - Noni Hazlehurst

Jane Hutcheon sits down with Noni Hazlehurst, one of Australia's most distinguished stage and screen actors. #OnePlusOne

One Plus One - Susan Alberti

Susan Alberti is a businesswoman, philanthropist and driving force behind women's football in Australia. She's navigated personal tragedy and serious health setbacks to pursue her dream of making a difference. #OnePlusOne

One Plus One - Trevor Ashley

Trevor Ashley is a theatre personality and producer with a speciality in performing in drag. He's been passionate about theatre since age five, despite his mother's prediction that he'd never play the leading man. #OnePlusOne

One Plus One - Hana Assafiri

Hana Assafiri is a restaurateur and activist who strives to combat Islamophobia and improve the lives of Muslim women. She tells Jane Hutcheon her fighting spirit was born from a childhood marred by long-term abuse & secrecy.

One Plus One - Jacqui Lambie

Jacqui Lambie was a teen mother who battled depression & alcohol dependency before becoming one of Australia's most colourful politicians. She was forced out of the Senate recently but says she'll fight to regain her seat.

One Plus One - Blanche d'Alpuget

Blanche d'Alpuget is a writer and the second wife of former Prime Minister Bob Hawke. She sits down with Jane Hutcheon to discuss love, lust and politics. #OnePlusOne

One Plus One - Shane Jacobson

Actor Shane Jacobson was brought up in a house of laughter, and uses comedy in all aspects of his life and work. Even as his mum battles Parkinson's disease, Jacobson says humour is central to his family's wellbeing.

One Plus One - Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei is a world-renowned artist and dissident whose latest work focuses on the global refugee crisis. He speaks with Jane Hutcheon about art, activism and humanity. #OnePlusOne

One Plus One - Tim Winton

Tim Winton is now one of Australia's most celebrated authors with 29 books to his name. He sits down with Jane Hutcheon to reflect on a creative life and the themes that continually colour his work.

One Plus One - Sofija Stefanovic

Sofija Stefanovic was born in Yugoslavia when the country was on the brink of collapse, moving to Australia with her family to escape the conflict. Now a writer based in NY, she explores the complexities of her heritage.

One Plus One - Michael Robotham

Michael Robotham is an award-winning crime writer with a global readership. As his latest book heads for the bestseller list, Robotham reveals a profound personal regret: that he never received any praise from his father.

One Plus One - Guy Pearce

At first glance Guy Pearce has had a fairytale career. But the tragic death of his father has weighed heavily throughout, only recently starting to make sense following the birth of his first child.

One Plus One - Liane Moriarty

Liane Moriarty has sold 14 million novels but Australians had barely heard of her when she became a literary superstar in the US - and Hollywood came knocking at her door.

One Plus One - Markus Zusak

After more than a decade of hard work and failure author Markus Zusak has finally finished the book he always wanted to write, Bridge of Clay. He also learnt a valuable lesson - there's greatness in the attempt.

One Plus One - Morris Gleitzman

A reluctant migrant to Australia in his teens, Morris Gleitzman seized every opportunity that arose: comedy writer for The Norman Gunston Show, TV columnist, prolific children's author and now Australian Children's Laureate.

One Plus One - Michelle Simmons

One of the world's leading scientists, Michelle Simmons is at the forefront of what she terms the "space race of the computing era" - building a quantum computer. She reflects on her time as 2018 Australian of the Year.

One Plus One - Kerry O'Brien

Kerry O'Brien spent his 50-year career holding the powerful to account, rising to become one of Australia's most well-regarded and recognisable journalists. He joins Jane Hutcheon an unfamiliar role answering the questions.

One Plus One

Jane Hutcheon sits down with sports stars, celebrities, philosophers, politicians & public figures from Australia or overseas, for an in-depth conversation with leading newsmakers. (Final for 2018)

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