This revelatory series celebrates Australia's 'Wizards of Oz' - four people who left the 'cultural desert' of Australia in the 1960s to become internationally recognised iconoclasts. Hosted by Booker Prize winner Howard Jacobson, this program retraces the footsteps of feminist Germaine Greer, satirist Barry Humphries, writer/broadcaster Clive James and art critic Robert Hughes. Jacobson argues these Australian heavyweights didn’t just join the Cultural Revolution that was taking place internationally, they led it.
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