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Oct 24, 2020 • 23m23s

The Saturday Quiz: Meg Mason and Trent Dalton

Authors Meg Mason and Trent Dalton have both just released their second novels, but apparently neither of them are very big readers. So they don’t know who wrote the 1990s novel The Reader, but they can tell you who won the Academy Award for Best Actress in the film adaptation. And like a lot of authors, they know a great deal about formula one racing. Also Meg shows off with her truly impressive recall of all 17 books of the Old Testament.

Oct 17, 2020 • 24m07s

The Saturday Quiz: Harriet Dyer and Patrick Brammall

All the way from their home in Los Angeles, actors Harriet Dyer and Patrick Brammall provide more information than is entirely necessary as they stumble across the answers to this week’s quiz. We get an insight into safe work practices on film sets in the time of Covid-19, and a special bonus question about Cats.

Oct 10, 2020 • 24m21s

The Saturday Quiz: Shari Sebbens and Gemma Bird Matheson

Actors Shari Sebbens and Gemma Bird Matheson take on the quiz this week. Gemma can tell you how many minutes there are in half a day, and Shari knows the name of Tara June Winch’s 2020 Miles Franklin award-winning novel. But neither of them have any idea where the inventor of the Rubik's Cube was born.

Oct 3, 2020 • 22m12s

The Saturday Quiz: Ali McGregor and Claire Hooper

In a truly collaborative effort, host of online cabaret “Choose Your Own Variety” Ali McGregor and comedian Claire Hooper are let down only by the self-confessed sports-shaped hole in their knowledge. Still, they know the chemical formula of table salt, they work out the cube root of 729, and via a circuitous route, through pop culture, they arrive at which vaccine was invented by Jonas Salk.

Sep 26, 2020 • 19m03s

The Saturday Quiz: Anne-Louise Sarks and Sean Kelly

How did James Dean die? What are the horn-like structures on a giraffe’s head? And who won this year’s men’s and women’s US Open tennis singles titles? Theatre maker Anne-Louise Sarks and political commentator Sean Kelly join host John Leary to get the answers to these questions and more.

Sep 20, 2020 • 24m07s

The Saturday Quiz: Belinda Bromilow and Tony McNamara

John Leary is joined by husband-and-wife team Belinda Bromilow and Tony McNamara in this episode of The Saturday Quiz. In between answering questions, they find time to share an anecdote about the Queen, reminisce about 1980s and ’90s TV commercials, and insult the host on his French pronunciation.

Sep 13, 2020 • 22m56s

The Saturday Quiz: Miranda Tapsell and James Colley

John Leary is joined by actor and writer Miranda Tapsell and writer and comedian James Colley in this episode of The Saturday Quiz. There’s film quotes, fast bowlers and young adult fiction.

Aug 29, 2020 • 24m42s

The Saturday Quiz: Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor

In this episode of The Saturday Quiz, host John Leary is joined by the creators and stars of Rosehaven, Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor. They attempt to answer questions ranging from presidents of African nations to how many children Rupert Murdoch has.

Aug 22, 2020 • 20m48s

The Saturday Quiz: Briggs and Tim Minchin

Rapper Briggs and musician Tim Minchin answer the ten questions from The Saturday Paper’s quiz, and spend an unusually long time talking about Winter Olympic gold medallist Steven Bradbury, considering there isn’t even a question about him.

Aug 15, 2020 • 21m03s

The Saturday Quiz: Zoë Coombs Marr and Kate Jinx

Comedian Zoë Coombs Marr and programmer for the Melbourne International Film Festival Kate Jinx work their way through The Saturday Quiz.

Aug 9, 2020 • 18m49s

The Saturday Quiz: Sarah Snook and Dave Lawson

Recent Emmy nominee Sarah Snook and the guy from the 7-Eleven ads, Dave Lawson, take on The Saturday Paper’s quiz. What’s the best use for a Logie? What’s your middle name? And if you just repeat the question back to the quizmaster, will they answer it for you?

Aug 1, 2020 • 24m 15s

The Saturday Quiz: Kate McLennan and Kate McCartney

Kate McLennan and Kate McCartney from Get Krack!n solve The Saturday Paper’s quiz. Who would invite Hitler to open the Olympics? Does the existence of a Henry VIII suggest a Henry VII? What do you learn at private school?

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