29 Podcast Episodes
Latest 18 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
Geraldine Brooks X Maggie Dent X Cathrine Mahoney X Kate Grenville
read, eat, repeat
All the latest from our favs ... ! Geraldine Brooks has a new novel called Horse and Sal gives it a trot. See what we did there? Parenting expert Maggie Dent divulges her latest advice on girlhood. Alissa says it's magic. And Sal reads Madonna King's L Platers about teen girls post-Covid on the road to adulthood. Cathrine Mahoney talks divorce after separating from Andrew 'Joey' Johns and everything - heartbreak, friendship and thrush! Kate Grenville's latest on Australia's one of the greatest female farming pioneers, Elizabeth MacArthur. And ... we got to Tibet ... well, not really, we Taste Tibet with a great dahl, darl. We also talk slow cooker recipes ... not stews. Follow us here: https://www.instagram.com/read_eat_repeat_podcast/ https://www.facebook.com/readeatrepeatpodcast See www.omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
29 Jun 2022
Kate Grenville in conversation
The Readings Podcast
Kate Grenville in conversation about her new book, Elizabeth Macarthur’s Letters.
27 May 2022
Something To Talk About
Elizabeth MacArthur’s Letters is the latest novel by acclaimed author Kate Grenville and it is an unbelievable read. Kate says she has been very fortunate to have been able to spend a life doing what she loves, throw into that the fact that she is an award winning novelist of stories and books most of us just can’t put down, it makes for a fascinating chat. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
21 May 2022
Quick Climate Links: Christiana Figueres on Australian catastrophe; Kate Grenville urges authors to encourage people to 'vote climate'; Rob Priestly spices up Nicholls contest
Rob Priestly (pictured in the Melbourne Age) has brought the fire and passion of an independent candidate to the usually conservative seat of Nicholls in northern Victoria.Today's Melbourne Age (Sunday, May 15) carried the story: "‘One of the most likely to fall’: independent push gathers steam in regional Victoria".Also in The Melbourne Age, reporter Jane Sullivan tells readers: "Top Australian authors urge readers to put climate first in election vote".And the hero of the 2015/16 Paris climate talks, Christiana Figueres says, in an opinion piece, "Floods, fires, coral bleaching: Politicians leading the country to climate catastrophe".Other Quick Climate Links for today are:"Glorious beach summers are part of the Australian imagination. My children are making different memories";"Tuvalu, sinking in the Pacific, fears becoming a superpower 'pawn'";"20 solutions to climate change you can try from your own home";"Can restaurant menus help diners choose climate-friendly meals?";"Corporates must make ‘a pivot without precedent’";"Australia’s Politics May Be Changing With Its Climate";"Cost of living and fixing aged care are top concerns as election nears, ANU poll shows";"Climate Poll 2021";"How One Billionaire Could Keep Three Countries Hooked on Coal for Decades";"Oil Giants Sell Dirty Wells to Buyers With Looser Climate Goals, Study Finds";"Did Warming Play a Role in Deadly South African Floods? Yes, a Study Says.";"Pinterest Will Now Take Down Content Spreading Climate Change Misinformation";"Missing the emissions for the trees: Biomass burning booms in East Asia";"Philippines inquiry finds polluters liable for rights violations, urging litigation";"Mexico’s oil gets even dirtier as flaring continues to soar";"Environment tipping points fast approaching in UK, says watchdog";"Temperatures could hit 27C in UK with week of sunshine forecast";"Birds, beavers and microparks: experts plan to rewild London";"Living Earth Movement";"What Ministers in a new Government should do – climate change, China-US relations and our region";"2022 Federal Election: Climate Scorecard";"Qld rains ease but flood warnings remain";"Perth teenager upcycles old electronics and computers to give them back to those in need";"Ask Fuzzy: Why do we need dung beetles?";"Climate Change Is Disrupting the Global Supply Chain Too";"The U.S. pledged billions to fight climate change. Then came the Ukraine war";"Heed the warnings of this palm tree, a 200-year-old drought survivor";"Alan Kohler: The end of coal is nigh. The next government must tell the truth";"Coming this Summer: Spiking Electricity Bills Plus Blackouts";"Fossil Fuels Aren’t Just Harming the Planet. They’re Making Us Sick";"Earth Has a 50-50 Chance of Hitting a Grim Global Warming Milestone in the Next Five Years";"A Climate Progressive Leads a Crowded Democratic Field for Pittsburgh’s 12th Congressional District Seat";"New Research Shows Aerosol Emissions May Have Masked Global Warming’s Supercharging of Tropical Storms";"To Equitably Confront Climate Change, Cities Need to Include Public Health Agencies in Planning Adaptations";"Warming Trends: Weather Guarantees for Your Vacation, Plus the Benefits of Microbial Proteins and an Urban Bias Against the Environment";"Inside Clean Energy: In a World Starved for Lithium, Researchers Develop a Method to Get It from Water";"‘Everything was orange’: US wildfires burning at furious pace early this year";"Poisoned legacy: why the future of power can’t be nuclear";"George Monbiot: ‘On a vegan planet, Britain could feed 200 million people’";"South Africa’s April floods made twice as likely by climate crisis, scientists say";"Plastic-stuffed seabirds sound alarm call for Australian ocean health";"Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault".Enjoy "Music for --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-mclean/message
15 May 2022
Kate Grenville - The Idea of Perfection
The Author Archive Podcast
The Australian novelist Kate Grenville won the Orange Prize for her novel 'The Idea of Perfection' She talked to David Freeman when she was on a publicity tour in London. As an interviewee she was terrific on Australian men and concrete. The book is entertaining and so is the author!
9 May 2022
A Room Made of Leaves with Kate Grenville
The Book Pod with Corrie Perkin
In this new episode Corrie sits down with the prolific Kate Grenville to discuss her 2021 novel titled A Room Made of Leaves which delivers the reader an imagined (but oh so probable) account of the life of Elizabeth MacArthur - wife of the more notorious John MacArthur. Drawing directly on Elizabeth's correspondence and early historical records, Grenville's writing shapes the overlooked life of Elizabeth before and after her arrival into late18th century Sydney. Husband John may have gotten his face on the two dollar note for his pioneering farming prowess but this book will leave you in little doubt that the honour missed its true mark. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23 Feb 2022
Kate Grenville - Ein Raum aus Blättern
SWR2 lesenswert - Literatur
1788: Elizabeth Macarthur kommt als Frau des englischen Offiziers John Macarthur in Sydney an. Sie lernt das Leben in der britischen Strafkolonie kennen, erkämpft sich Freiräume und trifft auf die Ureinwohner des Landes. Kate Grenvilles "Ein Raum aus Blättern" ist ein packender historischer Roman über Wahrheit und Lüge - und die Selbstbehauptung einer Frau.Rezension von Tino Dallmann. Aus dem Englischen von Anne EmmertNagel & Kimche Verlag, 368 Seiten, 24 EuroISBN 978-3-312-01234-3
27 Jan 2022
JCL - The Australian Reifungsroman: Reading women’s ageing in Kate Grenville’s The Idea of Perfection and Dorothy Hewett’s Neap Tide
SAGE Language & Linguistics
Yuanhang Liu presents her article ‘The Australian Reifungsroman: Reading women’s ageing in Kate Grenville’s The Idea of Perfection and Dorothy Hewett’s Neap Tide. Posted September 2021.
22 Sep 2021
Kate Grenville - Ein Raum aus Blättern
WDR 2 Lesen
Kate Grenville erzählt von der Eroberung Australiens durch die Engländer - aus Sicht einer Frau. Elizabeth MacArthur ist die Frau eines Offiziers, die mit der fremden Umgebung als eine der wenigen Frauen unter Soldaten und Sträflingen zurechtkommen muss. Buchhändlerin Brigitta Lange stellt den Roman "Ein Raum aus Blättern" vor.
25 Aug 2021
'I just wanted to rescue them' — Kate Grenville unravels her family history
ABC RN Arts
Kate Grenville's interest in women hemmed in by history comes to the fore in her new audiobook about her grandmother, Always Greener.Also, Lisa Emanuel's debut novel The Covered Wife is about a Sydney woman drawn into a religious cult, and Tony Birch gives poet and editor Evelyn Araluen some writing advice.
16 Aug 2021