Kurt Fearnley's One Plus One

Season 2022
30:00

NewSeason 2022, Episode 7 - Megan Davis

3.0 11 x
Megan Davis is widely considered one of the architects of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. One of the driving forces behind an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, Megan talks about fairness, recognition and rugby league.

Season 2022, Episode 6 - Eddie Betts

4.0 12 x
For 17 years Eddie Betts wowed crowds with his exceptional football talent, retiring after 350 games. Eddie tells Kurt about his hopes for the future, dealing with racism and the infamous Crows pre-season training camp.
31:00

Season 2022, Episode 4 - Harry Garside

4.3 45 x
Harry Garside is the ballet dancing plumber who won bronze for boxing in Tokyo. He talks to Kurt Fearnley about his journey to the ring, and winning Australia's first Olympic boxing medal in 33 years.
Season 2020

Season 2020, Episode 4 - Ash Barty

4.0 27 x
Before she won Wimbledon and the 2022 Australian Open, World Number 1 tennis player Ash Barty sat down with Kurt Fearnley to talk about winning the French Open, the importance of family and time off court due to the pandemic.

Season 2020, Episode 3 - Eliza Ault Connell

3.0 13 x
Eliza Ault-Connell was 16 when she lost her legs and fingers to meningococcal disease. She speaks to Kurt about representing Australia in wheelchair racing and how COVID-19 impacted her return to the Paralympics.
29:00

Season 2020, Episode 2 (Josh Niland)

3.0 18 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.
29:00

Season 2020, Episode 1 - Dylan Alcott

4.0 38 x
Dylan Alcott has done it all - a champion tennis player, Paralympian, Logie winner, radio host and now named 2022 Australian of the Year. In 2020 he spoke to Kurt Fearnley about his desire to inspire people with disability.
Season 2022
30:00

Season 2022, Episode 5 - Madison De Rozario

3.0 41 x
Madison de Rozario is an athlete at the top of her game. The world champion wheelchair racer chats to Kurt Fearnley about winning gold in Tokyo, and how the world sees disability. (Final)
29:00

Season 2022, Episode 3 - Ellie Cole

4.0 50 x
Ellie Cole is Australia's most decorated female Paralympian - winning her 17th medal in Tokyo. She chats to Kurt Fearnley about her passion for swimming and her drive to succeed.
Season 2021
30:00

Season 2021, Episode 5 - Grace Tame

4.0 20 x
Grace Tame is many things: an artist, a marathon runner, and a survivor. The 2021 Australian of the Year speaks to Kurt Fearnley about trauma, resilience, and raising awareness.
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