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Not the Nine O’Clock News

Not the Nine O’Clock News Sun 23 Feb 11.30am Theatre Auditorium Sun 23 Feb 11.30am Theatre Auditorium $19
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Pakistani journalist Sanam Maher, ABC journalist Daniel Ziffer and chief political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age David Crowe talk to Danielle Benda about covering the news cycle in the era of threats to journalists. 

Sanam Maher is a journalist based in Karachi, Pakistan. For more than a decade she has covered stories on Pakistan's art and culture, business, politics, religious minorities and women. Her work has appeared in The New York TimesAl JazeeraThe CaravanRoads and Kingdoms and BuzzfeedA Woman Like Her is her first book.

Daniel Ziffer covered the Hayne Royal Commission into the banking industry for ABC radio, TV and online. He was formerly the long-time senior producer of ‘Mornings with Jon Faine’, at ABC Radio Melbourne, and has worked on air and in production at Macquarie Radio, as a freelance foreign correspondent based in New York City, a journalist at The Age and as a magazine editor.

David Crowe is Chief Political Correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, and a regular commentator on national affairs on the ABC’s Insiders program, the Nine Network, ABC Radio National and Sky News. In a career spanning 25 years he has covered federal politics as the national affairs editor of The Australian and Chief Political Correspondent of The Australian Financial Review, as well as reporting on business as a correspondent in the United States. 

Time & Location

Sun 23 Feb 11.30am


Theatre Auditorium, Hackett Drive, Crawley / Godroo


60 min

    • Adult: $19
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