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Theatre, migration and the playwright

Australian Greek playwrights are the subject of Eleni Tsefala’s doctoral research.

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A complex and fearless writer

Dmetri Kakmi speaks to Neos Kosmos English Edition following his nomination for the NSW Premier’s Literary Award.

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Nikolas Tombazis: King maker for Ferrari

Nikolas Tombazis is a crucial cog in the success of the Ferrari Formula One team.

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1821: the significance of the Greek revolution

Professor Vrasidas Karalis explores the political and historical significance of the 1821 revolution and its relevance to our contemporary times.

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A candid chat between friends

Jeana Vithoulkas speaks to friend and fellow author, Christos Tsiolkas, about his sexuality, politics and sense of Greekness.

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A couch potato goes to the Clipsal 500

Watching the Clipsal 500 on television with Fiv Antoniou along with his cat and rabbit.

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Hypatia

Professor Paul Cartledge explores the story of Hypatia, a fourth century mathematician and philosopher.

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Panos Couros: A designer of life’s soundtrack

Greek Australian sound artist and composer, Panos Couros, talks about his art and his practice.

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Noris Ioannou leads a colourful nexus

A profile of Nexus, the South Australian multicultural arts organisation which is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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On being Greek

Niki Sperou explores the identity politics at play for Australian Greeks as they move between Australia and in Greece.