SBS VICELAND has sent through a long list of updated synopses for The Feed.
Nothing like planning ahead!
Mon Aug 6: Tonight: He’s seductive. He’s smooth. He’s hella sexy. You’ve probably listened to him in the nude. Marty Smiley chats with RnB star, Miguel.
Tues Aug 7: Tonight: is the government doing enough protect us from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: allergies to everyday chemicals in cosmetics, air fresheners and cleaning products?
Wed Aug 8: Tonight: can science make a modern-day Frankenstein? Marc Fennell meets the woman obsessed with whether today’s science could turn a fictional monster into fact.
Thu Aug 9: Tonight: What do you do when a dream holiday turns into a nightmare? The Feed speaks with a young Aussie woman who was sexually assaulted by hotel staff in Bali.
Mon Aug 13: Tonight: is the government doing enough protect us from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: allergies to everyday chemicals in cosmetics, air
fresheners and cleaning products?
Tues Aug 14: Tonight: what’s the price of a life? New highly- effective cancer drugs cost upwards of $100,000. So who decides if the public purse will pay for them, when lives are at stake?
Wed Aug 15: Tonight: the indie rocker who hates the term ‘indie’. Marc Fennell sits down with lead singer of The Strokes, Albert Hammond Jr.
This Aug 16: Tonight: her father was a terrorist and a freedom fighter in South Africa. Now Perth-based author Sisonke Msimang has some home truths about Australian racial blindness.
Mon Aug 20: Tonight: are chicken drumsticks ruining the world? Laura Murphy-Oates travels to Austin, Texas to meet the author who says they are: Raj Patel.
Tues Aug 21: Osher Gunsberg tells Pat Abboud about his struggle with panic attacks and depression, drinking away the anxiety and finding a way back from suicide to authenticity.
Wed Aug 22: Tonight: Stigma and discrimination are all too common in the job market. So what if you could solve it by becoming your own boss? Enter Lazarus, a trans amputee
Thu Aug 23: Tonight: why do canes, crutches, wheelchairs and other disability aides all look so ugly? In New York, Laura Murphy-Oates meets the woman working to fix that: Liz Jackson.