Kurt Fearnley's One Plus One

Season 2022
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Season 2022, Episode 6 - Eddie Betts

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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.
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Season 2022, Episode 9 - Mat Rogers

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Mat Rogers reached the pinnacle representing Australia in rugby league and union, but spent much of his life in his father Steve's shadow. Mat speaks candidly about his mental health struggles and paving his own path.
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Season 2022, Episode 13 - Judith Lucy

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Judith Lucy is one of our most loved stand-up comedians. There are few subjects that are off the table. Judith discusses how she feels about a nation knowing about, and laughing at, her most private stories.
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Season 2022, Episode 8 - Robert Irwin

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Robert Irwin has spent a lifetime in the spotlight as the son of the Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin. The 18-year-old is also passionate about conservation, talking with Kurt about wildlife and growing up as a celebrity.
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Season 2022, Episode 12 - Peter Bol

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Runner Peter Bol became the first Australian in more than five decades to race for a medal in the 800m final at Tokyo. The Olympian talks with Kurt about being competitive and dealing with pressure on the world stage.
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Season 2022, Episode 11 - Dinesh Palipana

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Dinesh Palipana has a unique perspective on hospitals and patient care as only the second person with quadriplegia to graduate a doctor in Australia. He speaks about overcoming barriers and his life motto - carpe diem.
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Season 2022, Episode 10 - Nornie Bero

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Nornie Bero has a passion for food. The Torres Strait Islander chef wants people to embrace Indigenous ingredients and seasonal, local produce. Nornie tells how her childhood on the islands has influenced her business.
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Season 2022, Episode 7 - Megan Davis

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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.
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Season 2022, Episode 5 - Madison De Rozario

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Madison de Rozario is at the top of her game. The world champion wheelchair racer chats to Kurt about winning Gold in Tokyo, and how the world sees disability. She has since won two Gold at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
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Season 2022, Episode 4 - Harry Garside

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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.
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Season 2022, Episode 3 - Ellie Cole

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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.
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Season 2022, Episode 2 - Saya Sakakibara

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Saya Sakakibara was determined to achieve Olympic greatness in honour of her brother Kai, who had a horror crash in the leadup to the Games. The BMX racer talks to Kurt about triumph and tragedy on the road to Tokyo.
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Season 2022, Episode 1 - Ryley Batt

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Ryley Batt refused to use a wheelchair when he was growing up, choosing instead to get around on a skateboard. The wheelchair rugby player talks to Kurt Fearnley about finding sport and his place in the world.
Season 2021
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Season 2021, Episode 8 - Adam Hills

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Comedian Adam Hills is a household name on both sides of the world, known for hosting TV shows in Australia and the UK. He chats to Kurt Fearnley about comedy, COVID, sport and finding community in disability.
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Season 2021, Episode 7 - Que Minh Luu

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Que Minh Luu loves stories and is passionate about telling them on screen. She talks about being the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, losing her husband, being a solo Mum and wanting to shape the way we see ourselves on TV.
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Season 2021, Episode 6 - Moz Azimi

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Kurdish refugee Mostafa Azimitabar fled Iran in 2013, attempting to come to Australia by boat. Almost 8 years later he was released into the community, after a journey that took him to Christmas Island, Manus Island and PNG.
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Season 2021, Episode 5 - Grace Tame

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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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Season 2021, Episode 4 - Robert Whittaker

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Robert "The Reaper" Whittaker is Australia's first UFC world champion. The MMA superstar speaks to Kurt Fearnley about growing up poor, becoming a warrior, and getting through tough times.
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Season 2021, Episode 3 - Maggie Beer

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Maggie Beer is known for her love of food, infectious laugh, and bubbly personality. She speaks to Kurt Fearnley about her life, career, and appetite for taking risks.
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Season 2021, Episode 2 - Curtis Mcgrath

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In 2012 Curtis McGrath was a young soldier in Afghanistan when he stepped on an IED, changing the course of his life forever. He speaks to Kurt Fearnley about recovery, and winning gold at the Rio Paralympics.
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