One Plus One

December 2018

Season 2018, Episode 47 (Eileen Kramer)

3.0 12 x
At 104 years old, Eileen Kramer is busier than ever. She's still working as a dancer and choreographer, has been cast in a new TV drama series, and has co-written a book about her life. (Final for 2018)

Season 2018, Episode 46 (Kerry O'brien)

3.0 2 x
Kerry O'Brien spent his 50-year career holding the powerful to account, rising to become one of Australia's most well-regarded and recognisable journalists. He joins Jane Hutcheon an unfamiliar role answering the questions.

Season 2018, Episode 45 (Nalini Joshi)

4.0 2 x
Nalini Joshi was the first female maths professor appointed at Sydney Uni and only the third female mathematician elected to the Australian Academy of Science. Yet she still gets mistaken for a member of the service staff.
November 2018

Season 2018, Episode 44 (David Astle)

4.0 4 x
Bewitched by words and puzzles since boyhood, David Astle turned his passion into his profession - writing, broadcasting and creating cryptic crosswords for newspapers. He shares his love of language with Jane Hutcheon.

Season 2018, Episode 43 (Michelle Simmons)

4.0 2 x
One of the world's leading scientists, Michelle Simmons is at the forefront of what she terms the "space race of the computing era" - building a quantum computer. She reflects on her time as 2018 Australian of the Year.

Season 2018, Episode 42 (Jane Caro)

4.0 3 x
She's been an advertising executive, author and social commentator, and now Jane Caro is considering a tilt at politics. As momentum grows, she tells Jane Hutcheon it's "unlikely" she'll stand against former PM Tony Abbott.

Season 2018, Episode 41 (Morris Gleitzman)

4.0 1 x
A reluctant migrant to Australia in his teens, Morris Gleitzman seized every opportunity that arose: comedy writer for The Norman Gunston Show, TV columnist, prolific children's author and now Australian Children's Laureate.

Season 2018, Episode 40 (Jeremy Heimans)

4.0 1 x
Jeremy Heimans has spent his life lobbying world leaders and agitating for change. He co-founded the political organisation GetUp! before moving to the US, where he builds and supports social movements around the world.
October 2018

Season 2018, Episode 39 (Clementine Ford)

4.0 8 x
Clementine Ford is a feminist author and commentator whose views attract both acclaim and abuse. She speaks with Jane Hutcheon about body image, bullying and the business of being outspoken.

Season 1, Episode 26 (Magda Szubanski)

3.0 4 x
Magda Szubanski is one of Australia's best-loved comedy performers, yet her life has held complex challenges. She tells Jane Hutcheon how the discovery of her father's dark wartime secret caused her to question her identity.