Rosie Batty's One Plus One

Rosie Batty's One Plus One catch up

Season 2022

Season 2022, Episode 5 - Frances Rings

4.0 8 x
Frances Rings is about to take the reins at Bangarra, Australia's leading Indigenous dance company. The choreographer tells Rosie Batty about family, connecting with culture and the pressures and opportunities of leadership.

Season 2022, Episode 6 - Hannah Gadsby

4.0 30 x
Comedian Hannah Gadsby was already a success in the stand-up world when her special Nanette catapulted her to global stardom. She talks to Rosie Batty about fame, growing up in Tasmania, and finding her place in the world.

Season 2022, Episode 1 - Dr Richard 'harry' Harris

3.0 28 x
Dr Richard 'Harry' Harris became a hero after helping to save a boys soccer team trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand. The anaesthetist talks to Rosie Batty about being Australian of the Year, and the attention that follows.

Season 2022, Episode 7 - Russell Vickery

3.0 31 x
Russell Vickery came out in his late 40s and later became trapped in an abusive relationship with another man. He talks to Rosie Batty about the stigma around same-sex domestic violence, and using art for advocacy.

Season 2022, Episode 3 - Stephanie Alexander

3.0 30 x
Children across the country learnt how to cook thanks to Stephanie Alexander's school gardens. The 'accidental chef' gives Rosie Batty tips in the kitchen and reveals the challenges of running a successful business.

Season 2022, Episode 2 - Amani Haydar

4.0 29 x
Amani Haydar was pregnant with her first child when her father murdered her mother. The lawyer turned artist and author talks to Rosie Batty about rewriting her family story and the healing power of creativity.

Season 2022, Episode 8 - Di Morrissey

3.0 26 x
Di Morrissey is one of Australia's bestselling authors. After decades living abroad she has returned to country NSW and is determined to give her community a voice. Di tells Rosie Batty she is far from slowing down. (Final)

Season 2022, Episode 4 - Walter Mikac

4.5 80 x
Walter Mikac became a vocal advocate for gun control after his wife and children were killed in the Port Arthur massacre. He talks to Rosie Batty about the nature of grief, and finding a way forward.