Andrew Fowler Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

Journalism – the fourth estate. Holding the powerful to account and bringing us the stories that matter. At least in theory....

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Anne Tiernan Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

It’s been a turbulent time for politics in Australia – five Prime Ministers in five years, two one-term state governments. A...

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Ann Arnold Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

Why is Australia incarcerating more people now than ever before? Violent crime rates have been almost universally trending down for...

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Christine Kenneally Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

How much do you know about the generations that came before you? That combined to create you? You probably know your parents, and...

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Simon Winchester Interview

9 Mar, 2016 by

It’s a familiar expanse for any Australian on the East Coast – the Pacific Ocean, rolling away into the distance. A scene for...

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Jo Marchant Interview

18 Feb, 2016 by

The use of a placebo is a standard part of medical trials these days. One group receives the drug or treatment being tested, and the...

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Mary Norris Interview

9 Feb, 2016 by

Do you know a restrictive clause from a non-restrictive one, a nominative pronoun from an accusative? Which words should be...

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Martin McKenzie-Murray Interview

9 Feb, 2016 by

In 2004, Rebecca Ryle was murdered, her body left on the grounds of a primary school in the outer suburbs of Perth. The details of the...

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Kathryn Harkup Interview

8 Feb, 2016 by

A is for Arsenic, B is for Belladonna, C is for Cyanide… Agatha Christie killed more people with poison than even the worst serial...

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Jeff Koehler Interview

8 Feb, 2016 by

Earl Grey. Russian Caravan. English Breakfast. When you settle the leaves into your tea pot, or dunk your teabag into the cup, how...

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