Derryn Hinch returned to the Killing Fields of Cambodia, where the mistakes of the past sit awkwardly next to the mistakes of the present.
We sat down with writer, comedian and unabashed nerd Adam Spencer to discuss his new book, World of Numbers, and his chivalric defence of prime numbers.
I know where to get some of the best head in Sydney: Ultimate foodie and Veteran newscaster, John Mangos, checks out Japanese restaurant Izakaya Fujiyama.
With new logging projects slated for NSW, MP Alex Greenwich explains why our rich biodiversity needs urgent legislative protection.
Derryn Hinch was tired of the disappointment of leaving superior hotel bathrooms for his own. So he decided to clean up his ablution situation.
Senator Lee Rhiannon has taken umbrage with the Federal Government’s “Radicalisation in Australia” booklet, stating that it undercuts our democratic process.
This TBS Ten is with Peter Berner, where we find out about the importance of fixing your teeth and how a great comic sees the world.
This TBS Ten features Wil Anderson who discusses Donald Trump, bad film reviews and what happens to his old Thirsty Merc t-shirts…
Bob Brown is concerned that under the Abbott Government the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Environment will become the most anti-environment environment group!
Senator Lee Rhiannon is outraged that Cecil the Lion was murdered at the hands of Walter Palmer, and does not see how hunters around the world could possibly justify this killing.
This TBS Ten features everyone’s favourite foodie, Maggie Beer, where we find out why she can’t keep crunchy peanut butter in the house and why she’s a fan of Waleed Aly.
This TBS Ten features the most recent winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the stunning Violet Chachki, who talks about what she really leaves behind in hotel rooms…
This week’s TBS Ten profiles the prolific Andrew P Street, where we find out about his obsession with the Senate crossbench and why he regrets not getting into a fight with Lou Reed.
This TBS Ten features everyone’s favourite Aussie, Dave Hughes, where we find out why he doesn’t feel guilty about re-gifting and why Tony Abbott intrigues him…
For our latest TBS Ten we talked to Tim Ferguson about his enthusiasm for bad ideas, Star Trek cosplay (speaking of bad ideas…) and what he wants the audience to get out of the current DAAS shows.
The Melbourne Star Wheel has Derryn Hinch calling it out for what it is — Melbourne skyline’s “white elephant” — and despite the Wheel being built…and rebuilt…people still won’t come.
With Endgame opening tomorrow night at Ros Packer Theatre, STC Artistic Director Andrew Upton talks about the grim conclusion to our happy tales and what TBS writers can learn from Beckett.
As Labor rolls over on data retention laws, Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon puts out a call to unions to go find the so-called Opposition that has just rolled its own loyal supporters.
Shadow Minister for Cities, Anthony Albanese, can imagine a nightmare scenario of an Australia where someone’s income is immediately recognisable by their postcode, but Australia does not need to go down this path…here’s how.
This TBS Ten features the fabulous Bianca Del Rio, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Six and we find out why everyone hates helping her move…
Following the death of entertainment industry stalwart Stuart Wagstaff, John Mangos recalls a man of many letters – in fact an entire alphabet!