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  1. 20 April 2016 - Humanities

    Shakespeare: Wherefore art thou meaning?

    Eight famous Shakespeare quotes (and one play) that you’ve been getting wrong or misunderstanding all your life, without even knowing it.

  2. 1 April 2016 - Science Matters

    How Australian telescopes are ‘Capturing the Cosmos’

    A new planetarium show narrated by Geoffrey Rush highlights two new frontiers in Australian astrophysics

  3. 14 March 2016 - Humanities

    Why Shakespeare still matters

    Shakespeare's enduring popularity proves that even four centuries after his death, he can teach us much about tackling humanity’s great questions.

  4. 5 January 2016 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Video: Artists explore animism through robotics

    Filmmaker Jack Dyball captures the ‘animism’ art of Cake Industries (artists Jesse Stevens and Dean Petersen).

  5. 17 December 2015 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens won't disappoint wary fans, according to film & TV expert Peter Allen.

  6. 16 December 2015 - Music, Arts & Screen

    How JJ Abrams ruined Star Trek and what that means for Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    How will JJ Abrams' new Star Wars installment fare in the wake of his Star Trek reboot? Film lecturer Peter Allen discusses on the eve of its cinematic release.

  7. 15 December 2015 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Video: Art, identity and the Chinese diaspora

    In Homesong, filmmaker Natalie Cunningham explores the intersection of music and cultural identity for indie pop songstress Sophie Koh.

  8. 1 December 2015 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Video: Looking at Aboriginal identity through dance

    In HA LF, filmmaker Eddie Diamandi explores choreographer Mariaa Randall’s dance practice and how it intertwines with her Indigenous heritage.

  9. 17 November 2015 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Video: A graphic way to tell the story of tsunami

    VCA filmmaker Irene Metter tells the story of journalist John Bailey who is creating a graphic novel based on real stories of the 2011 Tsunami in Japan.

  10. 16 October 2015 - Engineering & Technology

    It’s Back to the Future: The day has arrived

    It may have been science fiction in 1985, but hoverboards and much of the technology predicted in the Back to the Future trilogy has become real.