It's 25 years since Australia's worst massacre in Port Arthur in Tasmania.
In the hours after police arrested the gunman, Geraldine and her colleagues travelled from Sydney to Tasmania to report on the horrific crime.
It was a galvanising event. Australia went from having patchy & relatively lax guns laws to some of the strictest in the world. But in the decades since, some of those safeguards have been eroded as state and territory Governments have done political deals with minor parties to pass big legislation.
Also this episode, Eliza wonders whether she should retire the puffer jacket.
Dating ads in the London Review of Books.
And Geraldine critiques Jeremy Paxman.
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