Annabel Crabb is an Australian political journalist, commentator and television host who is the ABC's chief online political writer. Crabb started a podcast with Leigh Sales called Chat 10 Looks 3.
That's what she reckons anyway, though Crabb has left open a legally-enforceable (with the right lawyer) defence for saving them in this discussion of self-analysis arising from Sales' recent reading of a novel about group therapy. Setting their own petty scribblings aside however, Sales and Crabb have each read a "major publishing event" novel; Sales has done Richard Flanagan's latest and Crabb is all over Trent Dalton's keenly-awaited second novel.(0.20) How One Therapist and a Circle of Strangers Saved My Life By Christie Tate(6.10) All Our Shimmering Skies By Trent Dalton(12.40) The Nickel Boys By Colson Whitehead(15.20) The Living Sea of Waking Dreams By Richard Flanagan(15.50) The Narrow Road to the Deep North By Richard Flanagan(18.20) The Carbon Club - How a network of influential climate sceptics, politicians and business leaders fought to control Australia's climate policy By Marian Wilkinson(21.10) Grey Zone | Trailer | *Note this show is no longer available on SBS on demand(22.00) I Hate Suzie | Trailer | Stan This episode is brought to you by the books The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth and To Asia, with Love by Hetty McKinnonChat 10 Looks 3 is produced by DM Podcasts
Warning: This episode contains confronting material for anyone who's ever given Leigh Sales a scented candle as a gift. While Crabb frantically scrolls through past gifts, the pair review the Cathy Freeman doco, and consider the return of live theatre and music to Sydney. Crabb's watched a terrifying doco about how boys are politicised in Texas, and Sales has interviewed Donald Trump's former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Both are $&%@!!?ing excited about Nat's What I Reckon putting a book out.(2.00) Freeman Documentary (10.00) Australian Chamber Orchestra | Upcoming | Homecasts(13.00) A Room of One’s Own at Belvoir Theatre(13.30) Wonnangatta at Sydney Theatre (16.00) Bad Education | Binge | Trailer (18.15) Boys State | Apple TV (20.00) The Hamilton Polka by Weird Al Yankovic(24.10) Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Interview by Leigh Sales (29.30) Premier Mark McGowan discusses WA's response to COVID-19, Interview by Leigh Sales (31.30) Hoax by Brian Stelter(35.30) Nats What I Reckon  This episode is proudly brought by Trent Dalton’s All Our Shimmering Skies.  Head to Booktopia.com.au and use the code SKIES10 at checkout to receive 30% off the recommended retail priceProduced by DM Podcasts
Sales is finding Dirty John 2 riveting, even though Connie Britton and her perfect hair aren't in it. The conversation then goes very dark, as Crabb has been on a crime (reading) spree, covering serial killers, rapists, drug dealing, drive-by shootings and domestic violence. Happily, we end with Schitt's Creek - and a final rake over Annabel's red shoes shame.*Listeners are advised that this conversation has lengthy discussion of serious crime including murder, rape and domestic violence.(0.20) Dirty John Season 2 | Netflix | Trailer (4.20) Amanda Peet: Never Cross The Botox Rubicon by Amanda Peet(8.10) More Than A Woman by Caitlin Moran(11.00) I’ll Be Gone In the Dark by Michelle McNamara, Patton Oswalt, Gillian Flynn(14.40) Unmasking the Golden State Killer: dark investigation into Joseph DeAngelo | 60 Minutes Australia(16.30) I’ll Be Gone In The Dark | Trailer | Binge (18.50) American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis | Netflix(26.10) Trace Podcast Season 2 with Rachael Brown(29.20) Strong Songs Podcast (30.00) Where the Dead Go by Sarah Bailey(32.00) ASIO has never acknowledged its chamber of secrets exists. Here's what's inside by Stephanie Borys | ABC(34.00) Schitt’s Creek | Netflix | Trailer This Episode is brought to you by the Leadership Film | WebsiteProduced by DM Podcasts
Crabb's been enjoying Julia Gillard's new book on women and leadership, while Sales has fawningly returned to the Chatter adulation-well for an interview with Yotam Ottolenghi. Once again, some of his suggestions (including, bafflingly, putting a vegetable on a char grill) prove "too hard" for Princess Leigh. Crabb pulls out her trump card: She's in touch with Marina Hyde. But then throws away whatever ground she's gained with possibly the most embarrassing celebrity contact story ever.(1.30) Yotam Ottolenghi reveals what he's been cooking while in isolation, with Leigh Sales | ABC (4.20) Simple by Yotam Ottolenghi and Ottolenghi FLAVOUR by Yotam Ottolenghi(8.00) Boris Johnson has given us a new mantra: Leave home. Forget the NHS. Save Pret, by Marina Hyde | The Guardian(9.30) Read Giles Coren's letter to Times subs | The Guardian(12.20) The London Olympics: ‘All the rules of life were suspended, and magic ruled the Earth’ by Giles Coren, | The Times(13.20) More Than A Woman by Caitlin Moran(17.30) To Asia, With Love By Hetty McKinnon(17.45) Hetty McKinnon @instagram(20.00) Platinum Chatter Kate Pritchett rant on Masterchef via Chat 10 Looks 3 Facebook Group (20.54) Gaggan Restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, by Gaggan Anand(22.00) Women and Leadership by Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.(27.00) BCEC|WGEA Gender Equity Insights Series, Workplace Gender Equality Agency, by Rebecca Cassells, Alan Duncan(27.30) A Room Made of Leaves by Kate Grenville(29.00) Further Back In Time For Dinner | ABC | TrailerThis episode is brought to you by Sarah Crossan’s riveting new novel, Here is the BeehiveProduced by DM Podcasts
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Feb 1st, 1973
Location
Australia
Episode Count
155
Podcast Count
6
Total Airtime
4 days, 8 hours
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 822601