Variety is the spice of life and this weekend we’ve got the perfect mix, from a look at the big kids who gave us
Wallace & Gromit, to the secret double life of one of South Australia’s colonial stalwarts, and the difficult issue of prenatal testing and rising terminations.
Anyone who’s enjoyed playing with plasticine can only marvel at the brilliant characters that Nick Park at Aardman has produced over the years – and our piece looks at just how his team do it. (Answer: very slowly). And who knew SA SA’s s legendary legend 19th century chief justice Sir Samuel Way had an illegitimate son who played for Norwood, or that he sired four other children with a married woman in Tasmania?
We also explore the issue of terminations and Down syndrome, as countries like Denmark stand accused of eugenics by trying to wipe it out.