When the rockets are coming down in Gaza, where is the best place for a journalist to be, in terms of maintaining your personal safety and being able to report what’s going on? And what part do local staff play in getting the job done? Middle East Correspondent Matt Brown tells Radio National’s Media Report.
Congratulations to ABC journalists in NSW who were winners and finalists in the 2014 Kennedy Awards for Excellence in NSW Journalism,
The most honoured program of the night was ‘Banking Bad’, the joint Four Corners/Fairfax investigation examining the “profit-at-all cost” sales-driven culture inside the Commonwealth Bank, which won three awards: for Outstanding TV Current Affairs, Outstanding Finance Reporting and Outstanding Investigative reporting.
From the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) audio archives…Robin Williams in a classic interview from 1988 promoting his ‘new’ movie ‘Good Morning Vietnam’….
An ex-car industry executive thinks driverless cars will happen soon and commuters will take to them.
Ever wanted to take a drive on the wild side? Here are 10 of the most dangerous roads from all over the world. These roads are dangerous for all sorts of reasons, from ones that twist and wind like the Death Road in Bolivia and the Stelvio Pass in Italy to those full of terrorists […]
Digital montages show Sydneysiders of 1914 mingling on streets with their 21st-century counterparts.