Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley commented on the verdict in the Andrew Bolt case for The Conversation and ABC News 24, 28 October; and on Drive with Mike Welsh, 2CC, 29 October.
Harvey Broadbent appeared on ABC News 24 on 19 October as historical
commentator during the arrival of the Queen to Australia. He was also
interviewed by radio station ABC 2CC (Canberra) on 18 October about the
history of Royal visits.
Peter Doyle appeared in the landmark ABC documentary series Wide Open Road on the history of the car in Australia.
Professor Murray Goot was quoted on the value of opinion polls in Australian elections in the Weekend Australian, 1 October.
Harvey Broadbent was interviewed by ABC Radio National's Life Matterson the occasion of the 45th anniversary of Play School, 22 July.
Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley was interviewed about her book Changing Stations shortlisting for the Blake Dawson Prize for Business Literature, Sky News Australia, May.
Margaret Van Heekeren was interviewed by ABC Central West about The Land, Past, Future, Present symposium, 3 May.
Peter Doyle appeared in the landmark ABC1 documentary Recipe for Murderwhich explored the media frenzy in 1953 following a spate of poisonings in Sydney.
Harvey Broadbent was interviewed with former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser about the commemoration of Anzac Day, Australia Talks, ABC Radio National, 19 April.
Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley contributed 'The proud tradition of shameless self-promotion behind brand Bolt' to The Conversation, 8 April.