NON-FICTION: Revolt is an eloquent and provocative challenge to the prevailing wisdom about the rise of nationalism and populism.
POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY: The new biography of President Joe Biden by National Book Award winner and New Yorker staff writer Evan Osnos.
An analysis of the relationship between black and white Australia and why whites can’t solve black problems.
Pat McCaffrie is an Adelaide-born Melbournite writing for Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell while appearing in The Leak. Politics and Polar Bears is Pat's latest stand-up news commentary show for the Adelaide Fringe, it has the same wide-ranging shoot-first-ask-questions-later core but feels more refined and fun.
A potted history of The Guardian alongside Rusbridger’s own journalistic career, primarily looking at the massive disruption of traditional journalism by the digital revolution, particularly when he was editor there from 1995 to 2015.
In the year 2028, Australia has gone to Hell in a handbasket as the Liberal party face their first real election challenge in a long, long time by a grassroots party where everyone is named Ned Ludd.
A quirky, fictional biopic of controversial billionaire, media mogul and four-time Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi.
The definitive history of the Opium War between Britain and China in the nineteenth century, by an award-winning historian.
An exploration of the British and Russian royal families and their politics from 1894 to the Russian Revolution of 1917, using diary entries, headlines of the day, and letters written by courtiers and extended family.
A look into the Anna-Jane Cheney murder case. Cheney was an Adelaide lawyer murdered in the 1990s. Her fiancé, Henry Keogh, was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment, only to be released and have the charges dropped 21 years later.
David Neiwart presents an eminently readable exploration of the rise of the Alternative Right in America, which culminated in the election of Donald Trump in 2016.
This film is a must see for anyone who found themselves standing shoulder to shoulder with their friends and strangers screaming their lungs out in unison in a concert in the 80s.
From hours of interviews comes this biography of Geoff Brock, the son of a rabbit trapper and a Port Pirie lad who would grow up to become Mayor of Port Pirie and, eventually, the Minister for Regional Development.
In WW2, the Australian Army was given full authority to implement a Scorched Earth policy in the event of invasion. This is the record of that policy, uncovered by researcher Sue Rosen.
A collection of biting, witty and other quotes and insults from across the centuries by both well known people and more obscure sources.
Jason Reitman directs Hugh Jackman in the story of Gary Hart's untimely downfall.
A young Mexican guy decides to cross the border illegally into America to be with his girlfriend when all other attempts fail.
The true story of Britain's shameful political interference in the marriage of the Prince of Botswana to a white English woman to appease South Africa c1940s.
The true story of Edward Snowden, a CIA employee who became disillusioned with the government and leaked sensitive security information to a major newspaper.
An ambitious young prosecutor attempts to uncover the political corruption and bribery of a congressman with presidential ambitions.