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Stephen Brook

A former media editor of The Australian, Brook spent eight years in Britain before re-joining The Australian in 2011. Brook is a former deputy editor of mediaguardian.co.uk and was previously features editor at The Australian.

Old ways, new thinking: Fringe reinvents the wheel to bring Dreamtime story to life

Old ways, new thinking: Fringe reinvents the wheel to bring Dreamtime story to life

Yabarra: Dreaming in Light at the Adelaide Fringe is an experience 6000 years in the making, and the story of how it came together is just as fascinating.

Hollywood has changed the game. Did you get the message?

Hollywood has changed the game. Did you get the message?

This year's Oscars have been touted as a game-changer. But we've heard that before.

Revamped Q&A brings the nation together (even the climate denialists)

Revamped Q&A brings the nation together (even the climate denialists)

Hamish Macdonald's first outing as host of Q&A had more than a few divisive moments. Will it last?

Speered on Aunty: the new Insiders boldly remakes an institution

Speered on Aunty: the new Insiders boldly remakes an institution

David Speers replaced Barrie Cassidy perhaps a little too well, delivering the toughest political interview seen on the ABC in recent times.

SBS punches above its weight with lavish food and exciting programs

SBS punches above its weight with lavish food and exciting programs

The SBS Upfronts were another reminder that the public broadcaster can go punch-for-punch with its better-funded competitors.

ABC presents a cornucopia of diversity, paedophile priests and cheap champagne

ABC presents a cornucopia of diversity, paedophile priests and cheap champagne

At the ABC's launch of its 2020 programming slate, the champagne was flowing, and so were the commitments to climate change and inclusive storytelling.

Australian media's 'other' night of nights didn't disappoint, despite naysayers

Australian media's 'other' night of nights didn't disappoint, despite naysayers

The Andrew Olle speech is often a 45-minute interruption to the night’s true purpose — the reminiscing, networking, yarning and bitching. Oh, and the drinking.