Richard Glover is the author of 12 books, including the bestsellers 'In Bed with Jocasta', 'The Dag's Dictionary' and 'Desperate Husbands'. He has written a weekly column for the Herald for over 20 years and presents the Drive show on ABC Radio in Sydney. His most recent books are 'The Mud House', the story of four friends building a house in the bush with no power tools, and 'Why Men Are Necessary', a collection of his comic pieces from radio's 'Thank God It's Friday'. For more: www.richardglover.com.au
Richard Glover Diet secrets of the ancients.
Richard Glover Post-election career suggestions for redundant politicians.
Richard Glover Looking back, it's clear that our parents were all insane.
Richard Glover The history of beverages is full of unintended consequences.
Richard Glover Why has Australian retailing collapsed? Why have people stopped buying things? My theory: it's all due to popularity of online forums, where people post reviews of products.
Richard Glover Here, in the spirit of the Dag's Dictionary, is a dictionary of words you may need to use as you navigate your way through the Australia Day weekend.
Richard Glover Could someone explain why my body grows an extra arm as soon as I try to go to sleep? When I approach the bed, I have only two arms, which hang tidily from my shoulders.
Richard Glover As the new year gets under way, it may be time to update your bucket list - listing all the things you hope to achieve before you kick the bucket.
Richard Glover It's the time of the year when you might find yourself idly examining an ancient bookshelf, perhaps at your family home or at a relative's house up the coast.
Richard Glover Richard Glover on his New Year's resolutions: eat greens, drink less.
Richard Glover And the Lord contemplated Christmas and he became sorely aggrieved, so he made new laws to get things back on track.
Richard Glover Sitting down is so last month. You should be standing.
Richard Glover Humans don't like to ask for love. Not so the dog.
Richard Glover Is there anything more annoying than being lectured by your son on a topic about which you have long lectured him? Here's the Space Cadet last Sunday on the subject of our shed: ''The shed is a real...
Richard Glover My First World heart grapples with happiness, despair and, yes, problems.
Richard Glover Signs that the world will, in fact, end 34 days from now.
Richard Glover The Sydneysider's burden: a nagging sense of guilt.
Richard Glover There's a lot of helpful advice out there - most of it you can safely ignore.
Richard Glover Men's fashion is easy but only because it's so boring.
Richard Glover Is there anything ruder than surprise veganism?