In this week’s episode of Do Talk to Strangers MAHIA RAHMAN explores the 36 questions with her almost blind date, Amir
Culture Corner goes to Crazy Rich Asians, and wonders, is it a step forward or back? for Asian representation in cinema? ISABELLA REHARTA and RENYUAN OUYANG are joined by MALA DARMADI to discuss the issues.
How intimate can you really be in a Christian couple before marriage? Does Islam tell you what kind of partner to look for? Can Tinder really be more than just a one-night stand? GABRIELLE COLE and SELBY STEWART ask the hard questions about what it is like to date under different religions.
Invisible Heads – a podcast that goes behind the scenes with the people who make your entertainment – talk to kids’ show animators Cristina Driver and Ben Mansur
Cheap and cheerful is what many students are looking for when it comes to a budget-crunch time meal. Two-Minute Noodle hosts JASMINE LEUNG and JOSHU FAYE-CHAUHAN explore the options, and get an expert’s viewpoint.
BODIL TUMMERS talks to Alexa, a former competitive cheerleader who had to find a new identity after fracturing her back.
VICTOR PERRAMON talks to Emma about the impact of her parents’ divorce.
Adheesha De Silva meets Emma, whose family fled the Taliban when she was a child, and then survived a terrifying boat journey to Australia.
SELBY STEWART meets Lenny, who survived hard times to find his home in an anarchist anti-logging camp.
As Lupus Awareness Month ends, student Jacalyn Johnstone tells DAVID BONADDIO her heartbreaking story about lupus, surviving uni, as well as her late mother’s tragic experience with the disease.