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Dan Harris, the ABC News anchor and author of the New York Times best-seller "10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works--A True Story," takes listeners on a weekly ride from the outer reaches of neuroscience to the inner sanctum of network news to the bizarre fringes of America's spiritual scene, and leaves them with a takeaway that could actually change their lives.
 
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Finally, Sales has seen the new Bond film. And of course her highlights include some obscure musical detail, the lavish shots of Daniel Craig's eye region and the specific panthery way he dismounts a motorcycle. Note: as a nostalgic treat for Chatters, this episode features slightly dodgy sound quality 'cos it was recorded remotely. (0.00) No Time …
 
Crabb and Sales dissect a New York Times article that everybody is talking about. Crabb is loving the work of a first-time novelist while Sales feels let down by one of her favourite comedians. (0.30) We Are Lady Parts | Trailer | Stan (3.00) Dave Chappelle: The Closer | Trailer | Netflix (10.00) Who Is the Bad Art Friend? | NY Times (17.00) The Be…
 
A rip has emerged in the Sales Time Management Continuum; she's turned up to record the podcast without a list of topics! This gives Crabb an early headstart to yabber aimlessly about going to see Hamilton AGAIN and Helen Garner's new book which Crabb has read. The new Ottolenghi is reviewed, and Succession star Brian Cox has written a memoir full …
 
Sales goes on an epic James Bond binge, including a rendition of the theme music, while Crabb gets her own back with a big clang: some one-on-one time with super-author Liane Moriarty. (0.30) Pre-order WELL HELLO - Meanderings from the world of Chat 10 Looks 3 (1.00) Casino Royale | Trailer | Amazon Prime (2.00) No Time To Die | Trailer (3.00) Bein…
 
Crabb is aghast at Sales’ latest sporting obsession. Meanwhile the pair has been binging nothing but American culture. (0.30) Pre-order WELL HELLO - Meanderings from the world of Chat 10 Looks 3 (1.00) Support Chat 10 Looks 3 with a subscription! (2.40) Formula 1 - Drive To Survive | Trailer | Netflix (5.20) Ford v Ferrari | Trailer | Disney+ (7.00…
 
The Newsreader causes Sales and Crabb to have flashbacks to their early newsroom careers (interspersed with Crabb's nightmares about being tortured in a wooden crate because she is STILL watching The Bureau, send help). Plus they've watched Hacks! And The White Lotus! (1.00) The News Reader Trailer | iView (3.20) The Bureau | Trailer | SBS On Deman…
 
Crabb is delighted, no seriously, she’s delighted, to discover that Sales has been binging sports documentaries, including further indulging her obsession with the Chicago Bulls. Pre-order WELL HELLO - Meanderings from the world of Chat 10 Looks 3 (1.00) Heroes and Villains | SBS (5.30) Luc Longley: One Giant Leap Part 1 | Part 2 (14.00) Ted Lasso …
 
Well, what to say about this half-hour of audio content? The kindest possible account is that it does contain some quite elevated content, which one of the most beautiful women on Australian television manages to RUIN by inexplicably throwing the switch to Pam Ayres at a truly crucial moment. (2.30) Fully Human by Steve Biddulph (7.00) The Last Dan…
 
Crabb is amazed when Sales reveals she only just realised the song “Physical” is not about exercise, and is appalled to discover a significant gap in Sales' musical theatre knowledge. GASP. (5.00) Mare of Eastown | Trailer | Binge (5.30) Happy Valley | Trailer | Stan (7.20) Physical | Trailer | Apple TV (9.00) Trashy Divorces S9E2: Hopelessly Devot…
 
Crabb and Sales perform live on stage for the first time in 16 months in Sales’ home town of Brisbane. The event starts respectably enough with a brace of Queensland writers but the pair soon falls to bickering over the pronunciation of a terrible 1980s boy band. (6.00) In the Heights | Trailer (15.00) Who Gets to Be Smart by Bri Lee (17.00) Revisi…
 
Crabb has interviewed Cusk. She's sensibly failed to mention the recent Cusk-related anxiety wee-dream which you ALL REMEMBER. Sales is of course massively respectful of Cusk material seeing as it was all HER IDEA. But she also infectiously introduces the unscratchable itch that is Heartsick by Jessie Stephens. (3.00) A Life’s Work by Rachel Cusk (…
 
Crabb and Sales have been reading and watching a lot about women in power. (2.40) Radical Candor Website (7.00) Knock Down The House | YouTube | Netflix | Trailer (12.30) The Family Doctor by Debra Oswald (22.00) Power and Consent by Rachel Doyle (23.00) Tipping by Anna George (24.10) The Truth About Her by Jacqueline Maley (25.10) A Manual for Cle…
 
Leigh Sales has been hate-watching a terrible TV series. Why do we watch things we know are bad? Both of our narrators have VIEWS on this. On the upside, Crabb has read a terrific book. (1.40) Firefly Lane | Netflix | Trailer (6.30) Good Girls | Netflix | Trailer (8.00) Sex In The City | Binge | Original Trailer (9.00) Emily in Paris | Netflix | Tr…
 
Sales has read only one book ahead of an interview with Bill Gates but luckily Crabb compensates by making a hefty dent in her bedside table reading stack. (1.00) The Truth About Her by Jacqueline Maley (3.40) The Child In Time by Ian McEwen (8.00) The Children Act by Ian McEwen (10.30) Bright Burning Things by Lisa Harding (13.00) 50 Risks to Take…
 
Sales has a new celebrity crush while Crabb’s fandom when it comes to men of note remains firmly rooted in 1980s London. (0.40) The Picture of Dorian Gray by Sydney Theatre Company (3.20) Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh on Audible (4.10) The Alan Clark Diaries - In Power 1983-1992 by Alan Clark on Audible (5.40) Greenlights by Matthew McConaug…
 
The pair (freshly de-raddled by a summer break which Sales appears to have spent in a series of ocean pools) attempt to recap their prodigious summer cultural consumption but are swiftly derailed by an in-depth discussion of chess. Plus, which former US President just can't stop DM-ing Crabb, and which magazine recently rated Sales among Australia'…
 
Trudging towards the end of 2020, Crabb and Sales come together one last time. Ordinarily this end-of-year reckoning would occur on stage at the ANU amid low-grade insults directed at vice-chancellor and Bundt-auteur Brian Schmidt, but as with many pleasurable events in 2020 it was binned. Screw you, 2020! With their remaining nanoparticles of neur…
 
Staggering to the end of 2020, Crabb and Sales's attention spans are so completely shot that they can't retain anything they've seen or read. Still, Annabel loved The Crown, especially the standout performance by Gillian Anderson's jaw; and Leigh has finally got onto Cheer. Theatre is back! And the next instalment of (CLANG!) Garner's memoirs is ou…
 
Crabb's been RUNNING! And reading novels in verse! And Sales seems now to be obsessed with a TV series about Barbecue, featuring chefs who incinerate first and ask questions later. Don't panic though. Sales has been interviewing musicians and *accidentally* finding herself right next to a piano. So the world's still at least partially on its axis. …
 
Well, what a surprise. Sales has received some personal blowback for her recent excoriation of anyone who's ever given her a scented candle. Crabb enjoys Sales' shame but has also recently killed her laptop with duck fat so... swings, roundabouts. Sales is loving the new Judd Apatow series Love and is permitted two minutes ONLY on the Song Exploder…
 
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; Sa…
 
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, an…
 
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 …
 
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 i…
 
Crabb is still obsessed with Curtis Sittenfeld while Sales wants to throttle a friend who got her hooked on the equivalent of a Spanish soap opera. Both find a rare moment of agreement to recognise a couple of podcasts about grace and redemption. Crabb's been at the cooking sherry again, probably. (1.20) Sisterland by Curtis Sittenfeld (3.20) The D…
 
The conversation is on serious intellectual territory when it suddenly takes an unexpected handbrake turn into shark pickling. (2.00) Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid (4.00) A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing by Jessie Tu (5.00) Cover art by Akiko Chan (8.00) Monkey Grip by Helen Garner (8.10) Head On Film based on the book Loaded by Christos Tsiolkas …
 
Crabb and Sales talk exclusively in this episode about watching Hamilton on Disney+. If you are not interested in Hamilton, you are safe to skip this episode without missing anything else. (3.15) Any Ordinary Day by Leigh Sales (5.15) Hamilton Movie on Disney Plus (22.00) James Colley's 10 Funniest Things on the Internet | The Guardian (23.40) Non-…
 
Sales gets on an unstoppable run of singing theme tunes from TV sitcoms but Crabb gets her own back by getting on an unstoppable run about Christopher Pyne. (0.15) The Great | Trailer | Stan (0.50) The Bureau | Trailer | SBS On Demand (6.10) Dexter Opening Credits (6.25) Mad Men Opening Credits (8.25) Succession Opening Credit (8.40) Gilligan's Isl…
 
Sales has interviewed John Bolton about his remininscently-of-something-named memoir, The Room Where It Happened. This kicks off a discussion Crabb has been mulling over for a while: If you work with an out of control megalomaniac, what is your obligation to society? The space-adorability continuum develops a serious pleat when Sales listens to a p…
 
Sales is cross at one of the characters in the wildly-popular Normal People while Crabb has been deep inside an alternate reality where Hillary Rodham never married Bill Clinton. (1.30) Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld (6.40) The Witches Are Coming by Lindy West (6.50) Lindy West is Preaching to the Choir Interview by Sara Fredman | Longreads.com (11.30…
 
Sales is insufferable after netting two of the biggest fish on her interview wishlist but Annabel brings her down a peg or two by crabbsplaining the correct way to prepare a bundt tin. (1.20) Lin Manuel Miranda Interview with Leigh Sales (4.00) Rent at the 1996 Tony Awards | Playlist (5.40) Hamilton Movie on Disney Plus July 3 (11.00) Ricky Gervais…
 
Interspersed with prudent blasts of a popular brand of aerosol disinfectant, Crabb and Sales tackle the runaway hit TV version of Sally Rooney's Normal People. It has an "intimacy consultant"! And you'll need one when you read the sex scenes between George W and Laura Bush in The American Wife, which Crabb's only just heard about (typically) even t…
 
Leigh perplexed (and not-quite-convinced) us all a while back when she suddenly professed a knowledge of cricket. Now she's got all Salesplainy about basketball via the new TV doco The Last Dance. Plus: what happened to Val Kilmer? (4.10) 'It can happen to anybody'. How Glen-Marie Frost went from society doyenne to public housing tenant by Jane Cad…
 
Once again Sales and Crabb jumped on a facebook live last Saturday evening. This is the audio version. The video version is available on Chat10Looks3 Facebook Page. (9.30) Chat 10 Looks 3 - Chatters' Kindness Cards (13.20) Ronni Kahn AO - Oz Harvest (21:30) A Bigger Picture by Malcolm Turnbull (46.30) Anne Leobovich Is Never Leaving New York by Mic…
 
Sales and Crabb jumped on a facebook live last Saturday evening. This is the audio version. The video version is available on the Chat10Looks3 Facebook Page. *audio quality is still a work in progress. We will continue to work to improve this. Thank you. (14.10) Yoga With Adrienne - Website - Youtube Channel (16.40) Leigh Sales Twitter Summary of S…
 
Crabb and Sales recorded a couple of podcasts before coronavirus brought Australia to a near-standstill. This is the second instalment. This episode is presented by SANE Australia (1.20) Strong Songs Podcast - Satisfied Episode (2.20) To Life: Vanessa's Wedding Surprise - Lin-Manuel Miranda Performance At His Wedding (2.30) The Hamilton Mixtape - S…
 
Crabb and Sales recorded a couple of podcasts before coronavirus brought Australia to a near-standstill This episode is presented by SANE Australia (1.30) 2020 Sydney Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras - Full Parade SBS (6.30) Yellow Notebook: Diaries Vol 1, 1978-87 with Helen Garner / chaired by Annabel Crabb at the Adelaide Festival (11.10) The Children'…
 
We couldn't be in Brisbane on Friday for a live show, but jumped on a facebook live instead, here is the audio version. The video version is available on Chat10Looks3 facebook. **Disclaimer this audio was recorded for facebook live video and is not the highest quality. Thank you for listening. (3.30) Corey Bernardi on Kitchen Cabinet on SBS 20.40) …
 
Our live show recorded at the Civic Theatre on Saturday, February 22, 2020 (0.10) Hamilton the Musical By Lin-Manuel Miranda (5.50) A Chorus Line @ Darlinghurst Theatre (11.30) Jenny's Place (18.10) Chasing Cosby Podcast Apple Spotify Google (18.20) Chasing Cosby LA Times Article (25.00) THE MOVIES that made us Netflix (25.30) Cocktail Movie - Trai…
 
Crabb pretty much doesn't get a word in edgewise as Sales bangs on about her latest obsession, a podcast dissecting what makes some famous songs work so well. (2:10) Strong Songs Podcast (4:30) Hamish and Andy Podcast (12:00) Yellow Notebook by Helen Garner (13:20) Blink by Malcolm Gladwell (17:30) Cheer docuseries on Netflix (20:00) New Yorker Art…
 
Sales has finally been to see Hamilton. Annabel richly enjoys the Leighsplaining about why it's so amazing but then turns the tables with her own surprising anecdote about the recording of Keith Jarrett's Koln Concert. 2.10 Parasite movie Trailer 6.45 Bong Joo Ho's Best Moments from the Oscars 2020 7.50 Brad Pitt Bafta Win - Best Supporting Actor s…
 
Crabb and Sales have been 'dialling up' podcasts that cover everything from the porn industry to excessive rock 'n roll debauchery. They also discuss their summer reading highlights. • The Last Days of August Podcast by Jon Ronson • The Butterfly Effect Podcast by Jon Ronson • How to Fail Podcast with Elizabeth Day [S1, Ep1 Phoebe Waller-Bridge and…
 
Sales and Crabb watch the movie Cats and are more entertained by each other's reactions than by the film itself. The only achievement of the film was to quench Sales' desire for Idris Elba, now replaced by Adam Driver. • Cats (2019) directed by Tom Hooper, starring Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen, Idris Elba (see official trailer) • Old Possum's Book…
 
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