Herald-Sun columnist Shaun Carney

“I figure everything I write now is an absolute bonus. When I left The Age, I thought that was the end of journalism for me. I thought I had danced my dance.” Shaun Carney, columnist at the Herald Sun and the former associate editor of The Age, chats to Ged Shearer.

Anna Byrne, Herald Sun fashion reporter

“It’s a crazy world but it’s unlike any other job. Every single day is different.” Anna Byrne, fashion reporter for the Herald Sun, speaks to Emma Curry.

The Age features editor Maher Mughrabi

“I’m the son of the east and the west, my mom is British and my dad is Palestinian. My background and work became very heavily involved with each other.” Noof Alnadabi speaks to Maher Mughrabi.

Triple R presenter/cinephile Thomas Caldwell

“The beauty and the skill of criticism is that it’s about expressing and
enhancing the film for the reader, making your enthusiasm and interest contagious.” Thomas Caldwell talks to Georgia Hill about his career as a freelance film critic and presenter on Triple R radio.

Lauren Beldi, ABC Asia Pacific journalist

“When you specialise in [stories from] developing countries you are always dealing with day-to-day sadness … You have to look after yourself because a lot of trauma can get to you.” Producer and reporter for ABC’s Asia Pacific newsroom, Lauren Beldi, talks to Taylor Padfield.

Channel Seven journalist Cassie Zervos

“Sometimes all you need is someone to believe in you and take a chance on you.” Channel Seven journalist, Cassie Zervos, speaks to Jessiie Rees Dielenberg about her award-winning career.

Triple J presenter Nat Tencic

“I can’t believe it’s my job. I love breaking down barriers, having conversations no one else is having and hearing people’s real stories.” Nat Tencic, Triple J presenter and host of The Hook Up, speaks to Molly Jones.

ABC Central West NSW reporter Donal Sheil

“Perfection with content is an illusion and it’s only by going through that creative process from start to finish over and over that the repetition starts to coalesce.” Donal Sheil talks to James Noonan about what it takes to build a career in journalism.