John Paul Hussey


‘The Trip to Greece’, the last instalment of the travelogue

The Trip to Greece, the final instalment of the Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon travelogue begins in a quiet garden restaurant in Troy. Not in Greece but Turkey, and they …

Film Review The Aliens

Did American playwright Annie Baker’s award-winning play The Aliens blow my mind to kingdom come? No, it did not.


Wisdom at street level

John-Paul Hussey speaks to director Nadia Tass about her latest production The Aliens at Red Stitch Theatre.

Women at war

The Melbourne Writers Festival starts this week. Author Phil Kafcaloudes talks to Neos Kosmos about his event and historical novel.


Home is where the heart is

John-Paul Hussey investigates the moving life of filmmaker Gregory Paxis, who calls home a Mistubishi van.


New York slam poets to tour Australia

John-Paul Hussey talks to touring creative director Bo Svoronos


Churches steeped in NSW heritage

John-Paul Hussey looks at how two Greek Orthodox churches made the heritage list


Low budget movie shares the horrors of the Cyprus invasion

John-Paul Hussey reviwes the movie The Palace


The Slap made for TV

John-Paul Hussey looks at adapting the novel The Slap for a television audience


Alex & Eve are having a baby!

Talented Alex Lykos is back with his third installment in the Alex & Eve saga