Probing into tragedies requires a unique combination of sensitivity and invasiveness. Kate McClymont is a five-time Walkley Award-winning investigative journalist for Sydney Morning Herald. Duncan McNab is a former policeman whose book Getting Away With Murder exposes a spate of unsolved deaths of gay men, and criminal barrister Bill Hosking’s Justice Denied tells the true story behind famous criminal cases. They talk to Candice Fox about how they’ve navigated the realities of being an outsider looking in on tragedy.
Kate McClymont (Australian)
Kate McClymont is an investigative journalist with The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a seven-time winner of journalism’s most prestigious award, the Walkley, including the Gold Walkley. She was named the 2012 NSW Journalist of the Year for her investigations into the fraudulent activities of Michael Williamson, the Head of the Health Services Union and the business activities of former NSW Labor minister, Eddie Obeid. In 2017 she was inducted in the Media Hall of Fame for her contribution to the industry.
Candice Fox (Australian)
Candice Fox is a New York Times No.1 best selling crime fiction author whose own and collaborative works are published globally. She works with James Patterson on a series of books and has two series of her own. Her latest novel is Gone By Midnight.