Sketches from Bookish (ABC iview)
What would happen if you pitched a classic today? With Sydney comedian Jen Carnovale, and hours of paper crafts.
What would happen if you pitched a classic today?With Jen Carnovale and Jennifer Wong for Bookish on ABC iview
Posted by The Book Club on Tuesday, 8 November 2016
What life would be like if books were smartphones. #ABCBookish
Posted by The Book Club on Tuesday, 24 May 2016
Book reviewers in real life… With Sydney comedian Jen Carnovale.
"It's unputdownable!" – Book reviewers in real life (with cake)Some Friday fun from our sister show Bookish on ABC iview, with Jennifer Wong and Jen Carnovale.
Posted by The Book Club on Thursday, 1 December 2016
What books should you read on the train if want a seat of your own? Get some ideas from our new online show BOOKISH – available weekly on ABC iview from Tuesday 3rd May!
Posted by The Book Club on Wednesday, 27 April 2016
In honour of the show ‘Hello Stranger’, where people on the street are interviewed, and then a film crew follows one of them home.
Hello, reader. What's your bookish secret? Some fun on our sister show Bookish, inspired by ABC iview's Hello Stranger…#ABCBookish on ABC iview: http://ab.co/2adwL9R
Posted by The Book Club on Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Know someone who only goes to book club for the wine? Ever pretended to be more well-read than you are? It's confession time.#ABCBookish on ABC iview: http://ab.co/1OwI86P
Posted by The Book Club on Monday, 16 May 2016
Tommy Dean as the bestselling author of bestseller mashups.
Wish you could read more? Double your reading time with comedian Tommy Dean's bestseller mashups: two books in one!Some Friday fun from Bookish on ABC iview.
Posted by The Book Club on Thursday, 17 November 2016
Monica Dullard was kind enough to film with us as Maura the Clairvoyant Cruise Ship Librarian on one of Maura’s rare moments on land.
How's this for a sea change? Become a cruise ship librarian!Some Friday fun from Bookish, our sister show on ABC iview.PS. Thanks to Maura (aka Monica Dullard) for inspiring a new wave of cruise ship librarians!
Posted by The Book Club on Thursday, 29 September 2016
Filmed at Channel 31 in Melbourne.
A bunch of puns…
Plonk, six-part comedy about the making of a fictional wine show called Plonk (Stan., Channel Nine).
The Serpent’s Table
The Serpent’s Table, a Performance 4a and Griffin Theatre co-production for Sydney Festival 2014 with eleven sold-out shows.