Tom Ballard interviews Oliver Twist on the new episode of ‘Like I’m A Six-Year-Old’
While the majority of us are currently stuck at home, or walking laps of the neighbourhood, it’s a great time to catch up on the catalogue of brilliant podcasts created by some of our favourite comedians.
In the most recent episode of his podcast Like I’m A Six-Year-Old, Tom Ballard is joined by up-and-coming comedian Oliver Twist to speak about the police, race, class, #BlackLivesMatter and what meaningful action could look like. Oliver was born in Rwanda, grew up in a refugee camp in Malawi and has lived in Australia since 2014. You can listen to it here.
Like I’m A Six-Year-Old is a one-on-one conversation with people from across the political spectrum: activists, sitting politicians, journalists, artists and more. Previous guests have included the likes of Waleed Aly, Lyle Shelton, Tanya Plibersek, Sam Newman, Alain de Botton, Yassmin Abdel-Magied, Pauline Pantsdown, Adam Bandt, Peter Reith, Sally McManus, Wil Anderson, Father Bob Maguire and many more.