Mark Colvin is an Australian journalist, filmmaker and broadcaster. He has been the presenter of PM, one of the flagship Australian radio current affairs programs on the ABC Radio network, since 1997.
As a foreign correspondent, Mark covered such major stories as the American hostage crisis in Tehran, the events right across the continent as the Cold War began to thaw and the Gorbachev era. As a reporter for Four Corners, Mark made films on the French massacre of Kanaks in New Caledonia, the extinction of Australia’s fauna, and the Cambodian peace process. His film on the Ethiopian famine won a Gold Medal at the New York Film Festival and was runner-up for an International Emmy Award.
On Five. A Gala Night of Storytelling.
Maxine Beneba Clarke, William McInnes, Anita Heiss, Les Murray, Michael Leunig, Robert Dessaix, Eddie Perfect, Mark Colvin, Stephanie Alexander, Robyn Annear, Tim Flannery, Ellen van Neerven
Truth is stranger than fiction. Can fiction be stronger than truth? Geraldine Brooks and Mark Colvin
Geraldine Brooks, Mark Colvin
Questions on notice
Abdul Abdullah, Benjamin Law, Alan Duffy, Graeme Innes, Gregory Phillips, Kristin Alford, Maggie Ryan Sandford, Mark Colvin, Mary Norris, Nakkiah Lui, Sammy J, Tom Elliott, Upulie Divisekera, Michael Williams
What’s the ‘good’ in the good fight? Questions for ethical thinking in strange times
Raimond Gaita, Anne Summers, Gregory Phillips, Alan Duffy, Mark Colvin