Archives 2009

Archives 2009

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  • Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley was interviewed for a profile of the Albert family in the Australian Financial Review magazine, 4 December 2009.
  • Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley's Sydney Institute lecture, '"Dial-in democracy"?: Forty years of talkback, from Andrea to Kyle', was podcast and filmed by A-PAC, Sky TV, 2 December 2009. An edited version of the talk was published in the Weekend Australian, 6-7 February 2010.


  • Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley's book, Changing Stations: The Story of Australian Commercial Radio, featured in Mark Day's media column, The Australian, 9 November 2009, p. 31.


  • Don Perlgut was interviewed about media technology, the Australian, 29 September 2009.
  • Peter Doyle was interviewed by ABC 774 (Melbourne) Conversation Hour and ABC television's Lateline regarding his book Crooks Like Us.
  • Dr Michelle Arrow has been a regular guest on ABC 702 Afternoons with James Valentine, discussing aspects of the history of popular culture. She has appeared on 24 August 2009 (discussing the impact of new technologies on pop culture), 21 September 2009 (the Ocker in Australian film and television) and 19 October 2009 (the impact of the Beatles' tour here in 1964).


  • Dr Michelle Arrow appeared on ABC Radio National's Life Matters to discuss nostalgia and her new book, Friday on Our Minds, on Friday 7 August 2009.
  • Dr Michelle Arrow spoke about nostalgia and popular culture and her new book, 'Friday on our Minds: Popular culture in Australia since 1945' on ABC Radio National's Life Matters program on Friday 7 August 2009.


  • Margaret Ven Heekeren's receipt of Charles Sturt University's Faculty of Arts Award for Academic Excellence (Teaching and Professional Excellence) was reported in the Western Advocate on 7 July 2009.
  • Director Bridget Griffen-Foley was interviewed by Neville Petersen about the Centre for the Australian edition of the Global Media Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, 2009.


  • Harvey Broadbent, Director of Macquarie University's Gallipoli Centenary Research Project and Senior Research Fellow, Dept. of Modern History gave nine interviews on ABC radio stations across the country to promote the ABC 's new innovative interactive web-site, Gallipoli, The First Day, for which he was the historical consultant, 20-25 April 2009.
  • Harvey Broadbent appeared as historical commentator throughout the morning on ABC 702 Sydney's Simon Marnie Anzac Day Special Morning Program, 25 April 2009.
  • Harvey Broadbent's documentary music production, "Minstrels of War", was broadcast in the Into the Music series on ABC Radio National, 5 p.m. 25 April 2009 (repeated on 26 April 2009).


  • Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley was interviewed about the past and future of commercial radio, Connections, 2CH, 15 March 2009.
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