From world No.7 to coal-miner, Phil Jarratt shines a light on surfing's most underground story.
"There are appearances of Andy Irons in this documentary that will shock the living daylights out of you."
"It takes an ego as big as Western Australia to think that your life story is so important it can’t be told in one fat volume."
Words and photos in a book that reads like the opposite of Instagram.
Summertime satire with lashings of truth and plenty of surf scenes too.
Phil Jarratt reviews On The Java Ridge, a book that "reveals more about what it is to be a surfer" than anything yet published.
Drugs, sex, surf, and death - Australia's foremost surf journo dishes the dirt on himself.
Not only has Tom Wegener been called a sell out, Derek Hynd also accused him of "killing Bambi". Suitably chastened, Wegener did a PhD on an age old gripe and then turned it into a book.
From 20 foot Waimea to 80 foot Jaws, Tim Bonython tells the tale of modern big wave surfing.
Filmed over nine years, 'As Worlds Divide' confronts the impact commercialisation, forced displacement, and assimilation have had on the Mentawai people.
Sometimes unsettling but never gratuitous, Sharks Never Sleep describes first-hand accounts of shark attacks from around the world.
Peter Garrett drops the politics and enviro schtick for a solo national tour. Anthony Pancia catches him at the Settlers Tavern in Margaret River.