Kurt Fearnley's One Plus One

September 2020
30:00

Season 2020, Episode 8 (Montaigne)

4.0 19 x
Jess Cerro (aka Montaigne) was meant to be representing Australia at Eurovision. The pandemic has seen that dream pushed back by 12 months, but hasn't stopped her desire to create and share her art with the world.
29:00

Season 2020, Episode 7 (Baker Boy)

4.5 14 x
Danzal Baker (aka Baker Boy) comes from one of the smallest communities in Arnhem Land but he's performed on some of the biggest stages. He shares his culture through music using his local language yolngu matha.
August 2020
30:00

Season 2020, Episode 6 (Sam Mostyn)

4.0 3 x
Sam Mostyn is an accomplished non-executive director and sits on the boards of numerous companies. She speaks to Kurt about the importance of diversity and how COVID-19 will change the way we measure success.
31:00

Season 2020, Episode 5 (Eddie Woo)

4.5 12 x
School teacher Eddie Woo's love of maths is infectious, his online lessons finding a global audience. He speaks to Kurt about teaching future generations and why he moved to online learning well before COVID hit.
30:00

Season 2020, Episode 4 (Ash Barty)

4.0 8 x
Ash Barty's 2020 was meant to be full but the pandemic kept her in Brisbane, rather than defending her World #1 title. The French Open champ speaks to Kurt about her return to tennis and the importance of family.
29:00

Season 2020, Episode 3 (Eliza Ault Connell)

3.0 8 x
Eliza Ault-Connell was just 16 when she lost her legs and fingers to meningococcal disease. She speaks to Kurt about representing Australia in wheelchair racing and how coronavirus impacted her return to the Paralympics.
July 2020
29:00

Season 2020, Episode 2 (Josh Niland)

3.0 6 x
Celebrated chef Josh Niland shows Kurt Fearnley around the kitchen, and chats to him about sustainability, surviving childhood cancer, and winning the prestigious James Beard Book of the Year.
30:00

Season 2020, Episode 1 (Dylan Alcott)

4.0 23 x
Dylan Alcott has done it all: a champion tennis player, basketballer, Logie winner, radio host and even started his own music festival. He speaks to Kurt Fearnley about his desire to inspire people with disability.
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