Archives 2007

Archives 2007

Media Mentions 2007


  • Dr Bridget Griffen-Foley was interviewed about the Centre for Media History by David Myton for 2SER-FM, 6 December 2007.
  • Professor Murray Goot's major survey of Australian attitudes to the United States, conducted for the United Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, was the subject of numerous press, radio and television reports and interviews in Australia and overseas, October-December 2007.


  • Report on Margaret Van Heekeren's organisation of the Australian Media Traditions: Distance and Diversity Conference at Charles Sturt University, Western Advocate, 21 November 2007.
  • Dr Bridget Griffen-Foley wrote an article revealing details of John Laws' salary negotiations, The Bulletin, 20 November 2007.
  • Dr Bridget Griffen-Foley was interviewed about role of media companies in election campaigns, ABC News Radio, 8 November 2007.


  • Dr Bridget Griffen-Foley's research on midnight-to-dawn radio was discussed on John Kerr's midnight-to-dawn program, 2UE, 21 October 2007.
  • Dr Michelle Arrow's obituary of playwright Mona Brand appeared in the Australian Writers' Guild magazine, Storyline, 20 October 2007.
  • Dr Marnie Hughes-Warrington was interviewed about her book, History Goes to the Movies, for MQ TV, 15 October 2007.


  • Harvey Broadbent's article, 'Camera connections in the footsteps of Mr Darcy and Harry Potter', reviewed the British National Trust village in Wiltshire as a location and set for historical films for the National Museum of Australia Friends magazine, June 2007.


  • Harvey Broadbent produced a radio documentary, Minstrels of War, a historical survey of popular and protest music emanating from war and conflict, ABC Radio National, broadcast 21 and 27 April 2007.
  • Harvey Broadbent wrote an article, 'Gallipoli from the Turkish Perspective', detailing new information appearing from Turkish military and press archives and recent Turkish publications, WARTIME: Official Magazine of the Australian War Memorial,Issue 38, April 2007.
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