Vol. 135, No. 46 // 19 November 2016

November 19, 2016

 

FEATURE

Julie Houghton speaks to eight female singers making their mark on the Australian music scene.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Mal Walden’s love affair with news

Veteran newsman Mal Walden has just written a book called The Newsman: 60 Years of Television, where he reflects on his long career.

INNER LIFE

When hope blooms

I am not a huge fan of winter. I do not appreciate the dreary, cold days or the leaf-less trees or the shortened daylight hours. I seem to take on the nature of the weather in my outlook as I move through my day—stormy and grey...

PROFILE

Jacqui Carter is a Melbourne-based primary school chaplain and case worker is also a singer-songwriter. Her latest album, It’s What She Leaves Behind, works through pain and brokenness to find hope.

MY STORY

With a mixed faith heritage, Wendy Glen’s journey to Christianity was a unique one.

 

REVIEW

We. Are. Family. a book by Paul Mitchell
Rating: 4/ 5

MINI REVIEWS

[ album ] Classical Music for Mindfulness

[ album ] The Lost Songs of St Kilda

G’DAY SPORT

Par for the course

When 20-year-old Curtis Luck became just the third Aussie to win the United States Amateur Championship, he described it as ‘the pinnacle’ for an amateur, the ‘highlight of [his] career so far’...

 

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