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Pageturners: August and June podcasts now online!

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A little glitch saw the June podcast of Pageturners postponed, so I’m really pleased to bring you 2 this month. Click: http://www.3mbs.org.au/?q=programs-on-demand to access the podcasts!

Programs On Demand

Enjoy our Programs On Demand at your convenience by downloading them to or streaming directly from your favorite POD or media player.

Most 3MBS PODs are contained in stereo MP3 files. Some are quite large and may take a little time to download.

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Pageturners – Episode 5

Pageturners is 3MBS’ monthly book program. In this episode, Dina Ross talks to two Australian authors: Graeme Simsion about the extraordinary success of his novel The Rosie Project and Fiona Capp about her novel Gottland.

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Pageturners – Episode 6

In this episode, Dina reviews Questions of Travel by Michelle de Kretser and John Collins looks at Melbourne writer Stephen Caroll’s latest novel. We also feature an interview with Monica Trapaga, author of A Bite of The Big Apple.

You can always stay up to date with Dina’s blog.

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Author: Dina Ross

Dina is a writer, reviewer, journalist and broadcaster. It goes without saying that she loves books. Her blog, Books Now! can be viewed on www.dinaross.com.au and offers news, reviews and interviews with writers from around the corner to across the world.

2 thoughts on “Pageturners: August and June podcasts now online!

  1. I am looking forward to The Rosie Project, the theme and dynamic sounds so rich – the plot you wish you had thought of.

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