Novelist Tom Keneally reads an excerpt from David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, for Review’s video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes.
Weekend Australian Magazine
Halfway round the world in these old bangers? You’d be mad to try it…
The gap in knowledge between medical experts and the public is often a linguistic one. This week, we examine the science of love.
The Who’s bassist John Entwistle was the quintessential ordinary man living an extraordinary life.
In 1981, Dean Koontz wrote about a deadly virus originating in a place called Wuhan. If his latest book is any guide to the future, we should all be worried.
Military mastery has not prevented Western forces from suffering humiliating defeats.
Pertinent reading. A superflu spreads through Australia, infecting humans in a manner similar to today’s COVID-19.
If ever there were a book for a moment, this could be it.
Being Charles Dickens’s youngest son would have been hard work, says Tom Keneally
The Geelong-based writer says her novel The Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree depicts the beauty and ‘wickedness’ of Iran
Ashleigh Wilson has been arts editor since 2011. He has been at the paper for more than 15 years in various roles around the country, including several years as Darwin correspondent. In 2006, he and Nicolas Rothwell won a Walkley award for coverage of indigenous affairs. His first book, published by Text in 2016, was Brett Whiteley: Art, Life and the Other Thing, a biography of the late Australian painter. His second book, On Artists, was published by MUP in 2019.
LIVE: CORONAVIRUS CRISISRichard Ferguson, Angelica Snowden, Remy Varga
Dan Tehan says independent schools which refuse to open after the Easter school break face losing their federal funding.
Media titans brawlLEO SHANAHAN
A slanging match between the broadcasters has escalated in the wake of George Pell’s successful High Court win.
CoronavirusRobyn Ironside, Richard Ferguson
It landed amid strict security measures at Sydney Airport last night with 90 tonnes of medical cargo on board.
China reopensRobyn Ironside
The first Wuhan flight to land in Sydney in more than two months will be unloaded in a special freight area of the airport.
MARGIN CALLJonathan Chancellor, Christine Lacy
Katie Lahey might have thought a gig on the board of Carnival Corporation was a sweet deal when she joined last year.