Louis Theroux has made a career out of asking awkward questions but in this documentary he has to answer them.
Crosslight speaks to stand-up comedian Hannah Boyland, who will be appearing in the Squeaky Clean Comedy Roadshow during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
David Southwell reviews the new Peter Rabbit movie.
For moderator Sharon Hollis the dedication of the Airport West Uniting Church was something of a homecoming.
Darkest Hour is an account of Winston Churchill's early days as Prime Minister, as Nazi Germany swept across Western Europe.
David Southwell reviews The Shape of Water, a contender for Best Picture at the 2018 Oscars.
The merits of meditative TV were demonstrated last week when a continuous three-hour broadcast of a 3000km train trip through the centre of Australia was so surprisingly popular that a longer 17-hour cut of the same jour
Anti-gambling activists have welcomed Tasmanian Labor’s pledge to remove all 2375 poker machines from the state’s pubs and clubs by 2023 if it wins power at the upcoming state election.
Iraq veteran Gordon Traill talks about the mental struggles faced by veterans and the cathartic power of art.
Crosslight spoke with Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe, Rev Dr Solomon Zwana, during his recent visit to Melbourne.
David Southwell reviews 'Conclave' by Robert Harris, a story of intrigue and politics set in the Vatican.
There is plenty of sarcasm and other wry commentary in John Safran's new book 'Depends What You Mean By Extremist'.
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