The little pub that could, the strangest movie industry in the world, Lee Lin Chin interviews the love guru and Rachel Taylor drops by on The Feed
SBS 2’s The Feed visits the rural town that bought their beloved pub; Lee Lin Chin grills If You Are The One host and love guru Meng Fei and Marc Fennell meets Rachel Taylor. This week on The Feed.
THE TOWN THAT BOUGHT THE PUB
It’s iconic, quintessentially Australian and much more important than you realise. This is the outback-Australian pub. With scarce resources and dwindling populations in rural towns across Australia, many people herald the local pub as the place that defines whether a community lives or dies. The Feed visits Nyabing, a town on the brink of extinction in Western Australia, and sees the extraordinary lengths the community has gone to in order to save the heart and soul of their town.
HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT NORTH KOREAN PROPAGANDA MOVIE
It’s a little known fact that Kim Jong Il - the dearly departed leader of North Korea - was a crazy movie fan. He executive produced movies, and even wrote a book on how to make the perfect propaganda film. So when Australian filmmaker Anna Broinowski decided she wanted to campaign against coal seam gas, she wanted to learn from the best propagandists in the world. She flew to North Korea and was embedded with the filmmaking elite. Marc Fennell sits down with her to understand the arguably strangest movie industry in the world.
LEE LIN CHIN IS THE ONE
The world's favourite love guru and host of cult dating show If You Are The One Meng Fei sits down with Australia's favourite fashionista/violent newsreader Lee Lin Chin for her Chinquisition. They talk dating, romance, when it's appropriate to turn off your light on love and all things If You Are The One – oh, and they do it all in Mandarin – what could go wrong?
RACHEL TAYLOR: ONE ON ONE WITH MARC FENNELL
Rachel Taylor is smart, opinionated and a great Australian talent. She opens up to Marc Fennell about the new wave of empowered feminism that’s changing Hollywood, including her brand new Netflix series Jessica Jones. A survivor of domestic abuse, she speaks out about what Australians misunderstand about violence against women and much more.