One Plus One

One Plus One

One Plus One

Some of your favourite ABC presenters bring you more revealing, thought provoking and intimate half hour conversations with fascinating people from all walks of life.

One Plus One - Kirsten Drysdale

Kirsten Drysdale played professional hockey before landing a career as a TV journalist and presenter. She speaks with Jane Hutcheon about the media, her African connections, and the bizarre story behind her first book.

One Plus One - Conrad Sewell

Singer Conrad Sewell was on the cusp of global stardom when his life unravelled due to drug and alcohol addiction. He's now starting afresh with a debut studio album and his biggest tour to date.

One Plus One - Casey Legler

As a teenager, Casey Legler was one of the fastest swimmers in the world. She was also an alcoholic. After overcoming trauma caused by competing at the Olympics, Casey became the first woman signed as a male fashion model.

One Plus One - Steve Biddulph

Psychologist and parenting expert Steve Biddulph has been helping families for decades, and his books have sold millions worldwide. Known for his work on masculinity, he's now trained his eye on the challenges faced by girls.

One Plus One - Sisonke Msimang

As the daughter of a South African freedom fighter, Sisonke Msimang learned key lessons on race from an early age. Now a writer and commentator based in WA, she tackles the contentious topics of gender, race and class.

One Plus One - Tony Wheeler

As founders of Lonely Planet, Tony Wheeler and his wife Maureen cornered a market and built a multi-million-dollar travel guide empire. The business has now been sold, but Tony remains a tireless globetrotter.

One Plus One - Nyadol Nyuon

Nyadol Nyuon grew up in a Kenyan refugee camp and moved to Australia in her teens. She defied the low expectations of her teachers to become a lawyer and advocate for refugees and human rights.

One Plus One - PJ Hogan

Filmmaker PJ Hogan drew on the challenges of his own childhood to make the hit movie Muriel's Wedding. Life has continued to throw him curveballs, with none so tough as having two autistic children.

One Plus One - Ranjana Srivastava

As an oncologist Dr Ranjana Srivastava has spent a lot of time looking after people at the end of their lives. Her work led her to contemplate how people can get the most out of life, and how they can have a good death.

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