On the 20th Anniversary of the Port Arthur Massacre, Derryn Hinch remembers the man in the lift who turned to him and said ‘He got my Gwen’.
Women in power face a continuous climb, a task made all the more arduous by their detractors’ refusal to acknowledge that the hill actually exists.
TBS spoke with frank realist, John Waters fanboy and silver screen sage at The Back Door Cinema, Andrew Mercado, about the importance of finding your true passion.
The kidnapping of Dr Ken Elliott has caused Derryn Hinch to reflect on the anonymous work Australian and New Zealand medicos have been doing in Africa for decades.
TBS puts ten top questions to top middleweight, light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion, The Green Machine, Danny Green.
Comic legend and entertainer Jim Jefferies spoke with Ian Cooper from his car in Los Angeles last week.
Greens MP Jenny Leong recently announced a bill that would repeal the powers of drug dog searches in NSW, and below she explains why.
TBS spoke to the Minister for Men Gretel Killeen about not listening to her mother re: the opposite gender and her upcoming production Smart Arsing.
With the New Hampshire primary upon us, TBS regular Derryn Hinch recounts his time on the ’72 campaign trail…
Jane Caro believes that the US Presidential election is not a battleground of clashing ideologies, but of gender roles in the new century.
Following his recent restroom reno success, Derryn Hinch digs into the ins and outs of Japanese toileting culture. Here’s what he learned…
From Maggie Beer to Kinky Friedman, we asked some of our TBS family “What is the one New Years Resolution you always make, but never keep”.
Derryn Hinch held strong opinions on capital punishment and organ donation, but after some research, he’s changed his mind.
Jackie Loeb is Jewish and Gretel Killeen is a lapsed Methodist, so we thought it’d be a good idea to find out their top Christmas gift tips.
TBS spoke with the Better Homes & Gardens presenter, and ‘Jill of all trades’ Johanna Griggs on mass cookery, crashing a wake & being sacked by her husband.
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.