Archives 2012

Archives 2012

2012 Media Mentions


  • Dr Kyle Harvey interviewed about the Media Archives Project, 2RRR-FM, 10 November 2012.


  • Director Bridget Griffen-Foley interviewed by Richard Glover about Australian radio serials, ABC702, 9 October 2012.


  • Harvey Broadbent's radio production "The Mystical Muse" was re-broadcast on ABC Radio National as part of the Into the Music series, 29 September 2012.


  • Director Bridget Griffen-Foley interviewed by Sky Business News' Media Week about the Packer family and their portrayal in the media following the first instalment of Howzat! Kerry Packer's War on Channel Nine, 23 August 2012.


  • The roundtable discussion at the Australian Historical Association conference entitled 'What is the future of television history - on screen?' chaired by Associate Professor Michelle Arrow and featuring Dr Evans, featured on the blog Stumbling Through the Past, 17 July 2012.
  • Director Bridget Griffen-Foley's book Party Games discussed in article about the Fairfax company's relationship with Labor, The Australian, 2 July 2012.


  • Dr Michelle Arrow, together with her co-authors of The Chamberlain Case: Nation, Law, Memory, published byAustralian Scholarly Publishing, writes an article for The Conversation assessing the media and public reaction to the Azaria Chamberlain inquest, 12 June 2012.


  • Dr Tanya Evans features as an expert in SBS's Who Do You Think You Are?, investigating the family history of the journalist and broadcaster Kerry O'Brien, 3 April 2012.


  • Launch of Media Archives Project and Australian Media History databases by Harold Mitchell AC featured: in The Australian, 26 March 2012; on Mediaweek, Sky News Business, 29 March 2012; on Money News with Ross Greenwood, 2GB, 29 March 2012; on Morning with Alex Sloan, ABC 666 Canberra, 30 March 2012;and radioinfo, 30 March 2012.
  • Deputy Director Murray Goot comments on Queensland election result, Sydney Morning Herald, and Canberra Times, 27 March 2012.



  • Dr Virginia Madsen featured on ABC Radio National's Hindsight programme 'Listening to Ghosts', discussing the 'present tense' experience of listening to radio, broadcast on 29 January.
Back to the top of this page