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Sydney Writers' Festival

By Sydney Writers' Festival

Australia's largest celebration of literature, stories and ideas. Bringing together the world's best authors, leading public intellectuals, scientists, journalists and more.

  1. 1.
    Women's Work08/11/2019
    51:22
  2. 2.
    Father Figures08/11/2019
    58:15
  3. 3.
    Sarah Perry: Melmoth08/11/2019
    54:51
  4. 4.
    Is Russia the Enemy We’ve Come to Believe?08/06/2019
    52:49
  5. 5.
    An Evening with Antony Beevor08/06/2019
    55:42
  6. 6.
    Whose ABC?08/06/2019
    1:01:31
  7. 7.
    Melissa Lucashenko: Too Much Lip08/01/2019
    54:30
  8. 8.
    Lie to Me: An Evening of Storytelling and Song08/01/2019
    1:36:40
  1. 9.
    Taking Flight: Stories of Expulsion and Migration07/23/2019
    1:04:45
  2. 10.
    Dead Europe?07/23/2019
    1:00:35
  3. 11.
    Richard Cooke: Tired of Winning07/23/2019
    57:19
  4. 12.
    All the Rage07/15/2019
    1:06:09
  5. 13.
    “I Do Not Want to See This in Print”07/15/2019
    55:22
  6. 14.
    The Second Shelf07/15/2019
    1:04:47
  7. 15.
    Meg Wolitzer: The Female Persuasion07/10/2019
    55:22
  8. 16.
    Jonathan Lusthaus: Industry of Anonymity – Inside the Business of Cybercrime07/10/2019
    56:03
  9. 17.
    Anshel Pfeffer: Bibi – The Turbulent Life and Times of Benjamin Netanyahu07/10/2019
    53:16
  10. 18.
    Truth 2, Lies 1: Crabb and Sales on Lying about Books07/03/2019
    55:12
  11. 19.
    Max Porter: Lanny07/03/2019
    58:34
  12. 20.
    Akala: Natives – Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire07/03/2019
    1:07:46
  13. 21.
    George Saunders in Conversation with Paul Holdengräber06/27/2019
    55:05
  14. 22.
    George Megalogenis: The Football Solution06/27/2019
    1:02:16
  15. 23.
    Can You Spot a Liar?06/19/2019
    49:51
  16. 24.
    Sticks and Stones: Defamation Law06/19/2019
    57:56
  17. 25.
    William Davies: Nervous States06/19/2019
    55:12
  18. 26.
    Fatima Bhutto: The Runaways06/11/2019
    1:22:56
  19. 27.
    Andrew Sean Greer: Less06/11/2019
    51:50
  20. 28.
    Anabel Hernández: A Massacre in Mexico06/11/2019
    54:38
  21. 29.
    Susan Orlean: The Library Book06/04/2019
    59:55
  22. 30.
    Ben Quilty: Home06/04/2019
    52:08
  23. 31.
    Suffragettes, Referenda and Sausages: The History of Democracy in Australia06/04/2019
    1:00:27
  24. 32.
    Belonging: The Story of the Jews05/29/2019
    59:28
  25. 33.
    The Kingdom and the Power: Saudi Arabia05/29/2019
    52:55
  26. 34.
    Anna Funder: The Cost of Lying and Truth-telling05/23/2019
    55:37
  27. 35.
    Behrouz Boochani: No Friend but the Mountains05/23/2019
    52:28
  28. 36.
    Opening Address: Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Max Porter and Meg Wolitzer05/23/2019
    46:36
  29. 37.
    2019 Program Announcement: Annabel Crabb and Michaela McGuire03/14/2019
    24:21
  30. 38.
    The Changing Face of Australia01/29/2019
    1:00:51
  31. 39.
    The Global Refugee Crisis01/29/2019
    56:58
  32. 40.
    Xue Yiwei: Shenzheners01/22/2019
    1:01:34
  33. 41.
    Cleo Wade: Heart Talk01/15/2019
    1:02:16
  34. 42.
    Hugh Mackay: Australia Reimagined01/14/2019
    1:00:05
  35. 43.
    Trump's New World Order01/09/2019
    52:19
  36. 44.
    Going Rogue: North Korea01/09/2019
    48:08
  37. 45.
    Richard Lloyd Parry: Ghosts of the Tsunami12/03/2018
    51:53
  38. 46.
    Still Processing12/03/2018
    1:08:21
  39. 47.
    Michelle de Kretser: The Life to Come12/03/2018
    46:46
  40. 48.
    The End of China’s Economic Miracle?11/26/2018
    1:00:14
  41. 49.
    Borderlines – Stories of Migration11/26/2018
    54:30
  42. 50.
    Brexit Plan11/20/2018
    58:37
  43. 51.
    Power Play: Toxic Masculinity in Storytelling11/20/2018
    51:33
  44. 52.
    Home Truths: Telling Australian Stories11/13/2018
    57:56
  45. 53.
    Josephine Wilson: Extinctions11/05/2018
    56:40
  46. 54.
    Anne Aly: Finding My Place11/05/2018
    1:01:48
  47. 55.
    Danny Denton: The Earlie King & the Kid in Yellow10/30/2018
    1:00:21
  48. 56.
    Amy Goldstein: Janesville10/30/2018
    1:00:56
  49. 57.
    Stanley Johnson: Kompromat10/24/2018
    56:24
  50. 58.
    Jane Harper: Force of Nature10/22/2018
    57:02
  51. 59.
    Don Watson: There it is Again10/10/2018
    1:02:23
  52. 60.
    Axiomatic: Maria Tumarkin10/05/2018
    58:20
  53. 61.
    Carmen Maria Machado: Her Body and Other Parties10/04/2018
    1:04:54
  54. 62.
    Angela Saini: Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong09/27/2018
    57:06
  55. 63.
    James Maskalyk: Life on the Ground Floor09/25/2018
    54:06
  56. 64.
    Ceridwen Dovey: In the Garden of the Fugitives09/20/2018
    53:21
  57. 65.
    Annabel Crabb's BooKwiz09/14/2018
    56:00
  58. 66.
    Sarah Krasnostein: The Trauma Cleaner09/13/2018
    46:28
  59. 67.
    Johann Hari: Lost Connections09/07/2018
    56:04
  60. 68.
    Kim Scott: Taboo08/23/2018
    54:31
  61. 69.
    Richard Denniss: Curing Affluenza08/20/2018
    1:00:32
  62. 70.
    Glory Edim: Well-Read Black Girl08/17/2018
    58:20
  63. 71.
    Helen Garner’s Savage Self-Scrutiny08/10/2018
    57:41
  64. 72.
    Saga Land08/08/2018
    58:50
  65. 73.
    Gay for Page08/03/2018
    55:41
  66. 74.
    Recognise08/02/2018
    1:02:13
  67. 75.
    André Aciman: Enigma Variations07/27/2018
    55:23
  68. 76.
    Sarah Ferguson: On Mother07/26/2018
    56:36
  69. 77.
    Zinzi Clemmons: What We Lose07/25/2018
    50:12
  70. 78.
    SWF Gala: Power07/19/2018
    1:11:38
  71. 79.
    Leigh Sales: On Doubt07/18/2018
    53:37
  72. 80.
    Alexis Wright: Tracker07/12/2018
    57:55
  73. 81.
    Manal al-Sharif: Daring to Drive: A Saudi Woman's Awakening07/09/2018
    56:29
  74. 82.
    Eileen Myles: To Dig a Hole in Eternity07/05/2018
    1:01:15
  75. 83.
    Julia Gillard: On Power and Gender07/03/2018
    58:52
  76. 84.
    Emily Wilson: Translating the Odyssey06/27/2018
    1:03:33
  77. 85.
    Jennifer Egan: Manhattan Beach06/22/2018
    1:00:54
  78. 86.
    Conflicting Narratives: Reporting on International Conflict06/21/2018
    43:34
  79. 87.
    Christos Tsiolkas: On Patrick White06/20/2018
    45:38
  80. 88.
    This is Not a Moment, It's a Movement06/15/2018
    1:05:14
  81. 89.
    Tayari Jones: An American Marriage06/14/2018
    59:01
  82. 90.
    Jenny Zhang: Sour Heart06/13/2018
    56:53
  83. 91.
    Katy Tur: Unbelievable06/06/2018
    1:01:34
  84. 92.
    Peter Greste: The First Casualty05/31/2018
    50:59
  85. 93.
    André Aciman: Call Me By Your Name05/29/2018
    56:44
  86. 94.
    Women in Tech: Okay Ladies, Now Let's Get Information05/24/2018
    1:04:36
  87. 95.
    On The Record: Historical Fiction05/24/2018
    59:56
  88. 96.
    The Future of Russia05/22/2018
    53:57
  89. 97.
    The Future of China05/17/2018
    58:10
  90. 98.
    How The News Has Changed05/17/2018
    46:10
  91. 99.
    2018 Closing Address: Jennifer Egan05/17/2018
    45:46
  92. 100.
    Curiosity Lecture | Melanie Joosten: On Big Sisters03/10/2018
    30:21

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