For your listening pleasure: We’ll keep this post updated with podcasts from Storyology as they’re released
The Art of the Interview with Mark Schoofs (US), BuzzFeed News
“The last thing an interview is, is a list of questions.” Mark Schoofs, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigations & projects editor for BuzzFeed News in New York, has some strong views on how journalists should approach interviewing. Hear his tips on approaching interview subjects to draw out gripping stories, along with BuzzFeed Australia political editor Alice Workman, sharing her own experiences interviewing politicians and podcasting from Canberra.
A special edition of Walkley Talks — conversations from Storyology, the Walkley Foundation’s 2018 journalism festival. Recorded at the State Library of NSW on July 30. This podcast was produced by Myles Houlbrook-Walk, for The Walkley Foundation, at the 2SER studios in Sydney Australia.
Shooting The Storm
When he’s not working as chief photographer for The Sydney Morning Herald, photojournalist Nick Moir moonlights as one of Australia’s leading storm chasers.
Gary Cranitch is photographer for Queensland Museum and has decades of experience photographing wildlife around Queensland, with much of his work focused on the Great Barrier Reef. You’re about to hear them in conversation with ABC’s Emma Griffiths about our world, weather, and environment and how they’ve watched these change.
A special edition of Walkley Talks — conversations from Storyology, the Walkley Foundation’s 2018 journalism festival. Hosted by the ABC’s Emma Griffiths.
Power Shifts: Identity, diversity, #MeToo
Hollywood gets all the press but are we succeeding at leveling the power imbalances in other industries? What does it take to change on such a large scale, and who’s leading the way? Hear from journalists who’ve been covering the movement – or managing their newsrooms’ approach to it – on how it’s evolving, how it is being and should be covered, and where things are going.
You’ll hear from Catherine Fox (freelance business writer & 2017 Women’s Leadership in Media Award winner),Rachel Hancock (deputy editor, The Courier-Mail), Bri Lee (writer, author & editor) and was moderated by Cathie Schnitzerling (Queensland editor, ABC Regional)
This podcast was edited by Kevin Suarez, for The Walkley Foundation, at the 2SER studios in Sydney Australia.
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.