Podcasts from Storyology 2018

For your listening pleasure: We’ll keep this post updated with podcasts from Storyology as they’re released.

Storyology 2018: Killer Stories, Sydney edition

This podcast is about killer stories – literally. Our panel of journalists digs into why true crime stories are so compelling, and why they’re having a huge moment in podcasting. You’ll hear from Nicole Hogan (The Daily Telegraph / Eight Minutes), Mary Anne Harris (New Idea Investigates) and Allan Clarke (ABC / Unravel True Crime, Blood on the Tracks) moderated by Claire Harvey (Sunday Telegraph). Recorded at the State Library of NSW on July 26. 

 

Storyology x Sydney Ideas: How can investigative journalism projects change the world? 

Featuring Carrie Fellner (The Sydney Morning Herald), Gerard Ryle (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists), Alison Sandy (Seven), Mark Schoofs (BuzzFeed News), Michael West (MichaelWest.com.au) and moderated by Annamarie Jagose (University of Sydney). Recorded at the University of Sydney on July 30.

Storyology 2018: This book changed my life

With: Trent Dalton (author & journalist, The Weekend Australian Magazine), George Negus, Melissa Lucashenko (writer & author), Lenore Taylor (editor, Guardian Australia) and moderated by Adam Suckling (CEO, Copyright Agency). This Storyology Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Bond University. 

 

This Storyology Podcast series is brought to you in partnership with Bond University.

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