Dan T Sehlberg Interview

19 May, 2014 by

The banking system, the stock markets, the entire global economy, it’s all built on trust. And a big part of that trust is that the...

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Joanne Van Os Interview

9 May, 2014 by

Kat Kelso is a forensic anthropologist, travelling the world to help unearth the forgotten, to bring individual humanity back to the...

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Howard Blum Interview

5 May, 2014 by

In 1914, as Germany prepared to launch what became the First World War, their spymaster, Walter Nicolai realised that he’d made a...

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Chris Pavone Interview

22 Apr, 2014 by

Even before becoming an author, Chris Pavone’s life was bound up within the publishing industry. For nearly two decades Chris worked...

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Linda Jaivin Interview

22 Apr, 2014 by

For an American, learning Chinese at university in the 1970s, a time when China was largely closed to the West, was a pursuit in...

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Hugh Mackay Interview

22 Apr, 2014 by

Hugh Mackay is a social researcher, columnist, and novelist. He is the author of fifteen books, including seven bestsellers. His most...

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Matthew Condon Interview

7 Apr, 2014 by

In 1991, following the Fitzgerald Inquiry – a look into police involvement with organised crime and vice – Terry Lewis,...

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Trudi-Ann Tierney Interview

7 Apr, 2014 by

In 2009, Trudi-Ann Tierney’s TV career was at a kind of standstill. She and her business partner had a few backers interested in...

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Moira McKinnon Interview

7 Apr, 2014 by

Moira McKinnon is a specialist in population health, studying infectious diseases and the interaction with environmental health. Her...

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Rayya Elias Interview

21 Mar, 2014 by

Rayya Elias has had one hell of a tumultuous life. Born in Syria, her family migrated to America when she was a child, escaping ahead...

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