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Ken Done Artist Ken Done

Comedian and design commentator Tim Ross talks to artist Ken Done about his inspirations and the commercial success of his artwork on products.

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Telecom Gold PhoneJournalist Peter Holder on Gold phones

Comedian and design commentator Tim Ross talks to former The Sun journalist about phoning-in stories on the Telecom Gold Phones, and the culture of Sydney in the 1980s.

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the Café Bar David Wood, designer of the Café-Bar

Comedian and design commentator Tim Ross talks to designer David Wood about the Café Bar and its success as an all-plastic, bright orange hot beverage dispenser.

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Crown Corning glasswareDenise Larcombe, designer of Crown Corning glassware

Comedian and design commentator Tim Ross talks to industrial designer Denise Larcombe about her experiences as a designer at Crown Corning glassware.

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red Dolphin torchDolphin Torch

Comedian and design commentator Tim Ross reminisces about the dolphin torch on Aussie summer holidays.

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yellow plastic Integra chair Integra Chair

Comedian and design commentator Tim Ross talks about the international, and fascinating success of the Sebel Integra Chair.

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animation cel of 'Norm' from Life. Be in it campaignCreator of Life. Be in it, Phillip Adams AO

Comedian and design commentator Tim Ross talks to Life. Be In It creator Phillip Adams about the beginnings and success of the Australian well-being campaign.

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