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Season 3 starts on October 18th. This year we're all about collaboration. TALKBACK is the podcast for every dramatist or theater fan who wants, but maybe hasn’t seen, the inclusiveness we all imagined. TALKBACK entertains frank conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion. We ask the tough questions and don’t have all the answers but dig into dialogue that’s vital and messy and real. Join host Christine Toy Johnson and her industry colleagues from the pulse of the American theatre on ...
The Sony Walkman started the personal electronics revolution with a cassette on your hip. Now we don’t dare leave our house without a smartphone and cars are our largest technology “wearable.” This show keeps you up to date on new tech that you need or may need to stay away from in the digital age.
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TALKBACK returns with six new episodes on October 18 – and this season is all about collaboration! I’m your host, Christine Toy Johnson, and I can’t wait to share our conversations with you. We’ll be talking about bringing culturally specific shows to Predominantly White Institutions and how large institutional theaters are pivoting their focus to …
What's new and exciting to plant in your garden in spring? Brett Draper, horticulturalist and garden centre manager joins Jon Lamb and Deb Tribe with loads of great ideas. Jon discusses how the season's weather may play out.
Spring is here & so is Darren Ray's seasonal outlook for gardeners. Darren explains the conditions which will affect the South Australian climate this season with Jon Lamb and Deb Tribe. Ecologist Dr Nimrod Israely discusses the new fruit fly lure he has developed and which is being used here in Adelaide.…
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