Each week in the Good Weekend, Benjamin Law asks public figures to discuss the subjects we’re told to keep private by getting them to roll a die. The numbers they land on are the topics they’re given. Join us for a special live edition of Dicey Topics at SWF with Chloe Hayden and Don Watson coming clean about some dark secrets.

As seen in The Sydney Morning Herald's ‘Good Weekend’ magazine.

Chloe Hayden (Australian)

Chloe Hayden

Chloé Hayden is an Australian AACTA winning actor, global motivational speaker, bestselling author, award-winning disability rights activist and a Marie Claire Woman Of The Year. Pushing half a billion views on her own social media as well as a global outreach, the heart of which these all intersect are her passion for creating change, celebrating diversity, and pushing towards a better future. Best known for her AACTA–winning performance as Quinni in Netflix's Heartbreak High, where she made history as Australia's first mainstream autistic actress, and one of the first autistic characters in history to actually be played by an autistic actress, as well as her bestselling memoir and self help book, Chloé is changing the way we view disability, showcasing the world that we are Different, Not Less.

Don Watson (Australian)

Don Watson

Don Watson's many books include the award-winning Recollections of a Bleeding Heart, Death Sentence, American Journeys and The Bush. He is also the author of essays, screenplays and speeches, and he is a regular contributor to The Monthly. Many of his shorter works are collected in Watsonia (2021). His latest book is The Passion of Private White.

Benjamin Law (Australian)

Benjamin Law

Benjamin Law is a journalist, columnist, TV screenwriter and author of The Family Law, Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East and Quarterly Essay 67: Moral Panic 101. The Family Law is an award-winning TV series for SBS that Benjamin created and co-wrote over three seasons. He co-host’s ABC Radio's Stop Everything! with Beverley Wang, and is a weekly columnist for Good Weekend magazine.