Charlie's Best Chats From The Weekly

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Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush tells Charlie what he's learnt about life from being a clown, why Einstein's sex life matters and the mysterious appeal of Rupert Murdoch.
She's endured more hardship than most of us can imagine, but the thing about ultra-marathon runners is that they just don't stop. Turia Pitt tells Charlie why she continues pushing her body to the limit.
Charlie sits down with rap god Ice Cube and comedy superstar Kevin Hart to talk about death-defying stunts, nickname origin stories and Cube's surprising past passion.
Musician and former ABC Classic FM presenter Emma Ayres (now Eddie Ayres) tells Charlie why he left it all behind to teach at the only music school in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Whether he's Hawkeye, Arnold Vinick or an Einstein fanboy - there's only one Alan Alda. Charlie meets the actor, science communicator & simply wonderful bloke behind 11 seasons of M*A*S*H.
One of our foremost mathematicians Nalini Joshi walks somewhat math-illiterate Charlie through the world of numbers. Hear about growing up in Burma, the importance of education & what it's like to hit the glass ceiling.
As one of our most successful journalists, Lisa Wilkinson has edited Dolly, Cleo & done 10 years of early starts on breakfast TV. She joins Charlie to talk political messaging, meeting Melania Trump & the perils of Instagram.
Maurice Gleeson is one of the most remarkable guests Charlie has had the privilege of meeting. Blinded in a schoolyard accident at 12, Maurice tells Charlie how he overcame despair & why he considers himself lucky.
Theologian. Bible lover. Atheist. Meet Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou and find out why she thinks the Bible was written by "men with daddy issues".
Charlie sits down with triple threat Hugh Jackman to learn his secrets to impressing his kids, making balloon animals and tackling anxiety.