Who inspires you?
It’s been a bright week for journalism amidst an otherwise bleak landscape.
Money is being pumped back into the industry from various philanthropic sources in Australia to support investigations and inquiry.
Eliza is reading about one of the legends of the job, Seymour Hersh. He broke the story about the horrific My Lai massacre in the Vietnam War, the first of many groundbreaking investigations.
It prompts Eliza and her Mum Geraldine to discuss their heroes and the future of the industry today.
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Crikey’s new investigations team
The Neilson Foundation
Commentary on the Neilson Foundation
Seymour Hersh – Killing Bin Laden
One Hundred Years of Dirt – Rick Morton
Jonathan Swan - Axios
Laura Tingle – Follow the Leader Quarterly Essay
Chris Masters – The Moonlight State 1987
Fran Kelly – ABC Radio National
Eliza Harvey is the host of Long Distance Call along with her Mum, Geraldine Doogue.
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