Conversations

Spend an hour in someone else's life. 'Conversations with Richard Fidler' draws you deeper into the life story of someone you may have heard about, but never met.

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Best of 2018: Bringing life-saving dialysis to the bush


Sarah Brown always wanted to be a remote area nurse. Then she began a medical revolution (R)


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Best of 2018: Hunting the deadly coastal taipan


How an elusive copper-coloured snake species terrorised post WWII North Queensland (R)


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Best of 2018: Jenny Briscoe-Hough


After a bruising experience with her own mother's funeral, Jenny Briscoe-Hough set up a d.i.y funeral home in an old fire station (R)


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Best of 2018: Colleen Gwynne


Colleen rescued her mum from a violent marriage. Later, she solved one of Australia's most complicated murder cases (R)


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Colin Hay's real life


How the Men at Work front man managed the trip to mega-stardom and back again (R)


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More power to the mums


Natalie Millar is at the centre of a 20 000-strong network of mothers in Logan City


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The true story of Chow Hayes, Australia's first gangster


Jack Hoysted tells of the violent standover man and extortionist who was the first local criminal to be described by Australian police as a gangster (R)


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Life in 248 dimensions


Mathematician Geordie Williamson spent eight years cracking the code to find the weight of atoms in space


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Life in 248 dimensions


Mathematician Geordie Williamson spent eight years cracking the code to find the weight of atoms in space


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The sufferings of 'Sydney's top ratbag'


Psychiatrist Robert Kaplan on the strange illness which altered the personality of Bea Miles, making her one of her city's most famous eccentrics


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