Welcome to Booktopia’s podcast collection!

December 7, 2016

Recent Interviews…

 


  • Hugh Riminton: “As a child, my favourite book was the atlas.”

  • Booktopia On… Jay Kristoff’s Top 5 Speculative Fiction Picks!

  • A.C. Grayling: “We recognise that anything human is imperfect.”

  • Jay Kristoff: “Victory needs to come with a cost.”

  • Booktopia On… Fairy tale retellings!

  • Mary Van Reyk: “There’s the euphoria of catching a wave.”

For more recent interviews, click here.

 

Our most popular interviews…

 


  • Neil Gaiman on Norse Mythology

  • Sarah Wilson on First, We Make the Beast Beautiful

  • Peter FitzSimons on The Great Aussie Bloke Slim-Down

  • Tim Winton on all things Tim Winton

  • Richard Fidler interview on Ghost Empire

  • Jodi Picoult on Small Great Things

For more podcasts, click here.

 

Let’s chat about food…

 


  • Julie Goodwin’s Essential Cookbook

  • Magdalena Roze on Happy & Whole

  • We play Fact or Fib with Luke Nguyen

For more foodie talk, click here.

 

The latest Fiction…

 


  • Jay Kristoff: “Victory needs to come with a cost.”

  • Sulari Gentill: “The Rowly stories are woven into this historical scaffolding that exists.”

  • Sofie Laguna: “Truth is stranger than fiction.”

  • Jock Serong chats about On the Java Ridge

  • Tony Jones on The Twentieth Man

  • Monica McInernery on The Trip of a Lifetime

For more Fiction talks, click here.

 

Chatting with household names…

 


  • Hugh Riminton: “As a child, my favourite book was the atlas.”

  • A.C. Grayling: “We recognise that anything human is imperfect.”

  • Tim Rogers: “Only write about what you’re intrigued about.”

  • The Angels: “The passion is still there.”

  • Rosie Waterland on Every Lie I’ve Ever Told

  • Sarah Wilson on First, We Make the Beast Beautiful

For more interviews with celebs, click here.

 

All about the kids…

 


  • Mary Van Reyk: “There’s the euphoria of catching a wave.”

  • Bruce Whatley: “I like that idea of reusing old things.”

  • Isobelle Carmody: “Give your allegiance to the story you’re writing.”

  • Funny man Alan Brough is back with Charlie!

  • Matt Stanton’s new series Funny Kid for President!

  • Sally Rippin: witches or monsters?

For more chats about kids books, click here.

 

Healthy Living…

 


  • Bernadette Fisers: “I’m in control of my weight now.”

  • Become a herb nerd like Reece Carter!

  • Dr Michael Mosley chats to us about gut health

For more on healthy living, click here.

 

For those who love literature…

 


  • Award-winning Marija Pericic on The Lost Pages

  • Hannah Kent’s The Good People

  • Chris Cleve on Everyone Brave is Forgiven

For more interviews on literature books, click here.

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