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Democracy's Watchdogs will provide an oral and visual history through video interviews with past and current Australian investigative reporters who exposed corruption and held powerful government, criminal and corporate interests to account. These reporters helped make society fairer and our democracy healthier.
Richard Baker is a multi-award-winning investigative journalist and podcaster at The Age. He has exposed a broad range of issues including the payment of bribes to foreign officials by subsidiaries of the Reserve Bank of Australia, and Chinese influence in Australian politics.
His podcasts have explored the death of a young woman in a garbage chute, the suspected murder of an Indigenous couple, and a bungled heroin smuggling operation. A skilled listener, thoughtful and curious, he has delved deeply into stories that might otherwise not have been told.
This product includes a worksheet (pdf) with questions to inspire classroom discussion, assignments and debate.
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