Nicholas Cowdery is a distinguished legal mind. The Director of Public Prosecutions in New South Wales for a record sixteen-and-a-half years, Cowdery was considered a public crusader by some, public nuisance to others. In person, he is genuine, funny and passionate about the law, writes Kira Spucys-Tahar
How does a staunch conservative marry his twin lives as an irreverent journalist and dispassionate academic? Michael Koziol talks to Tom Switzer, research associate at the United States Studies Centre and editor of the Spectator Australia.
In between rehearsals for the Australian Ballet Company’s upcoming production, Onegin, senior artist Reiko Hombo spoke with Kira Spucys-Tahar.
Dan Zwi delves into the music and depression of Sydney producer Dro Carey.
Avani Dias chats with vocalist Stav Yiannoukas about the unexpected path of music, groupies and his Greek mum.
Drew Rooke speaks to retired General Aung Gyi about economic policy, solitary confinement and the future of Burmese democracy.
David Mack chats with the modelling brothers from Sydney Uni about what goes on behind the catwalk, their rise in the industry, and Zoolander.
The know-it-all guru of Australian politics was created through mere coincidence, writes Dominic Wilcox.
Hannah Ryan talks to George Newhouse, human rights lawyer and asylum seeker advocate.
While the Wikileaks founder fights a Swedish extradition order in the UK, in Sydney, James O’Doherty speaks to the woman whose son changed the world.