01 March 2017
Lunch with Gillon McLachlan, Aasta O’Connor & Sam Lane
22 February 2017
Watch video of Ron Iddles' '25 years of homicide investigation in 25 minutes'
02 February 2017
Video of Bob's lunchtime talk now online
02 December 2016
Leading the campaign for gender balance in the entertainment industry.
07 December 2016
'The Premier and the Pen' launched with a powerful political message from John Cain.
27 October 2016
Celebrating the launch of The Newsman: 60 Years of Television
07 September 2016
The 14th Annual Robert Rose Lecture was presented by writer, film and TV producer, and comedian Brian Nankervis.
05 September 2016
An important discussion of the toll exposure to trauma can take on reporters and sources
16 August 2016
Lunch with Copyright Agency chairman Kim Williams
08 August 2016
Gerard Ryle and Nick McKenzie on one of the biggest scoops of the decade
24 July 2016
Paul Farrell of the Guardian spoke to young journalists at our most recent Edit event.
04 August 2016
The new Victorian Senator discusses details of his parliamentary agenda
The launch of Mark Baker’s book Phillip Schuler: The Remarkable Life of One of Australia’s Greatest War Correspondents - with Les Carlyon, celebrated editor, writer and historian.
07 June 2016
Monash University Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret Gardner AO joined us for a lunch address in June 2016.
31 May 2016
Nobel Laureate Professor Doherty and Doherty Institute director Professor Lewin on the continuing threat of infectious diseases and the importance of science communication.
08 May 2016
Russian journalist Anna Nemtsova on the challenges of working in Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
Treasurer Tim Pallas joined a special event to explore key features of the budget.
13 April 2016
A panel on the scandals exposed by the work of tenacious journalists and courageous whistleblowers.
29 March 2016
Senator Fifield on reforms that would free the media from ‘the cast-iron shackles’ of outdated laws.
16 March 2016
Comedy legend John Cleese joined 774 ABC presenter Jon Faine at an evening event to talk about the state of the media, those tabloids, Cleese's autobiography and his belief that the world is falling apart.
Half a century ago, The Herald of Melbourne was one of the most successful afternoon newspapers in the English-speaking world.
27 January 2016
Recent technological evolutions have allowed for a rush of ambitious new players, challenging the strongholds of established media.
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