The UK tabloid The Daily Mail plans an Australian launch with Ninemsn, Pyne u-turns on Gonski and how do journalists get their start.
With guests the UK Telegraph’s Jonathan Pearlman, The Guardian’s Bridie Jabour, Fairfax deputy technology editor Ben Grubb.
Two new Australian journalism ventures launch, Bloomberg suspends China correspondent over leaks, and Kyle & Jackie O heading to ARN.
With guests George Negus, 2UE breakfast host Sarah Morice, and SMH crime and justice editor Nick Ralston.
Government media managing over Indonesia, two new journalism start-ups take shape, and should journalists write for free?
With guests Amanda Wilson, the AFR’s Mark Lawson, and Guardian Australia reporter Oliver Laughland.
The business of business journalism, poor coverage of regional issues as AAP exits Papua New Guinea, and are journalists becoming lazier?
With guests Narelle Hooper, the SBS’s Andy Park and Business Spectator breaking news reporter Elizabeth Redman.
When is it appropriate to report on climate change and bush fires, and why are journalists obsessed with Murdoch biographies.
With guests Tim Blair, the ABC’s Lyndal Curtis and Mumbrella deputy editor Nic Christensen.
The Guardian comes under scrutiny for its part in the NSA leaks and climate denial banished from opinion pages.
With guests Jess Hill, Politifact editor Peter Fray, and Agence France-Presse Australia correspondent Amy Coopes.
Has political reporting degenerated into entertainment reporting with ugly people?
With guests Tracey Spicer, writer and journalist David Marr, and Radio National’s Jonathan Green.
Changes to Fairfax’s AFR and BusinessDay papers, ACMA makes a ruling against Ray Hadley and are journalists that productive?
With guests Matthew Knott, The Australia’s Rick Morton, and Cosmo’s Kate Leaver.
George Brandis goes to a wedding, and what do we make of the government’s media blackout — good management or secrecy?
With guests Rowan Dean, SMH’s Josephine Tovey, and Crikey’s Jason Whittaker.