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Jane Hutcheon sits down with sports stars, celebrities, philosophers and creatives from Australia and around the world for face to face revealing interviews.
One Plus One - Juliette O'Brien
Juliette O'Brien lost her father - renowned cancer specialist Dr Chris O'Brien - to a brain tumour in 2009. Two years later her brother died suddenly after a seizure. Juliette discusses love, loss & the search for answers.
One Plus One - Khaled Abol Naga
Khaled Abol Naga has been described as Egypt's answer to Brad Pitt. While he shrugs off the comparison, he uses his big-screen stardom to fight oppression in his home country. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - George Gittoes
George Gittoes is an acclaimed artist and filmmaker who has spent decades documenting conflict and social change across the world.
One Plus One - Miranda Tapsell
Miranda Tapsell is an award-winning indigenous actor who uses her own experience of discrimination to agitate for more diversity in the arts. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - Justin Lin
As a boy growing up in a migrant family in the US, Justin Lin watched Star Trek avidly for 10 years. He's now one of Hollywood's hottest directors & his latest film Star Trek Beyond celebrates 50 Years of the franchise.
One Plus One - Lily Brett
Lily Brett is a New York-based novelist whose work draws deeply on her own experiences as a Jewish woman whose parents survived the Holocaust. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - Marion Nestle
Marion Nestle is a global authority on nutrition whose books exposing the methods used by big food and soft drink companies have earned her a fearless reputation.
One Plus One - Michael Caton
Michael Caton is one of Australia's most loved actors, whose own life has reflections of the knockabout characters he's famous for playing. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - Alan Carr
He's best known for his zany TV sit-downs with celebrities, but "Chatty Man" Alan Carr says he's started seeing the serious side of life - after turning 40 this year. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - Nick Earls
Nick Earls quit a medical career to write full time, and is now one of Australia's most prolific and successful novelists. He believes reports that books are dying are greatly exaggerated. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - Robina Courtin
Robina Courtin swapped radical feminism for life as a Buddhist nun almost 40 years ago. She travels the world to teach Buddhist philosophies and help the needy, including prisoners on death row. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - Sir Michael Marmot
Sir Michael Marmot is a public health expert who has spent his career investigating how social factors - such as birthplace and income - affect the wellbeing of the world's population. #OnePlusOne
One Plus One - Baba Schwartz
Baba Schwartz was a carefree child raised in a loving Jewish family in Hungary. When the Nazis occupied her homeland in 1944, the whole family was transported to Auschwitz. Now 88, Baba tells her story to Jane Hutcheon.
One Plus One - Richard Tognetti
Violinist Richard Tognetti admits fear is ever-present while performing or pursuing his passion for surfing. But the artistic director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra isn't scared to speak out over funding for the arts.