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Christine Jackman in conversation with Sabra Lane
Christine Jackman’s personal quest for a better way of being is a timely exploration of what happens to our brains, our lives and our communities in a world noisier than ever before. What have we learned from ISO?
Presented by the Museum of Australian Democracy in the Members' Bar and Dining Room
Christine Jackman began her career in 1993 as a journalist with The Courier Mail. She has worked in New York as a foreign correspondent for NewsCorp, in the Canberra press gallery and as the social issues writer for The Australian. After several years as an award-winning staff writer for The Weekend Australian Magazine, Christine embraced freelance journalism, with features published in the Good Weekend, Vogue and The Australian Women’s Weekly. She is the author of Turning Down the Noise.
Sabra Lane has been presenting AM since 2017 and has been covering federal politics in Canberra since 2008. She was the chief political correspondent on the ABC’s 7.30, prior to which she was chief political correspondent for Radio Current Affairs, leading federal politics coverage for AM, The World Today and PM. Currently, she’s the president of the National Press Club of Australia.