Associate Professor Paulo Ferreira researches the causes and treatments of back pain.
Wynton Marsalis is one of the world's greatest living jazz musicians.
For everything you ever wanted to know about George and Ira Gershwin, just ask Michael Feinstein.
Glenn Murcutt's motto is 'touch the earth lightly'.
Amelia Lester is the editor of Good Weekend and a former editor of The New Yorker.
Associate Professor Clare Wright is one of Australia's foremost experts in the Eureka Stockade.
John Le Carre is a master of the spy novel.
Rose Byrne is one of Australia's most successful exports of stage and screen.
Broadcaster Jim Maxwell's voice is one of the sounds of the Australian summer.
Marta Dusseldorp is one of the best-known faces of Australian stage and screen.
Dr Marianne Jauncey is Medical Director at the Medically Supervised Injecting Centre in Sydney's Kings Cross.
Journalist Ashleigh Wilson has penned a new biography of the artist Brett Whiteley.
In 1975, Susan Ryan won a seat in Federal Parliament campaigning on the slogan 'A woman's place is in the Senate'.
Former police officer Susan McLean urges parents to spend time with their children online.
Chris Cleave's latest novel is based on the hundreds of letters, telegrams and postcards that his grandfather sent to his grandmother during the war.
Australia's role in the Pacific needs careful consideration, says Emeritus Professor Donald Denoon.
Tech writer and author Lev Grossman has covered virtually every cultural and technological revolution of the new millennium.
Yann Martel is best known for his Booker Prize-winning novel Life of Pi.
When mother of two Mel Jacob's husband was sent to jail, she turned straw into gold and wrote a very funny book.