Sarah Ferguson (Author)
Sarah Ferguson is an ABC journalist. In the same year that she worked on The Killing Season, she also wrote and presented Hitting Home, the landmark series on domestic violence. She has presented the ABC's 7.30 and worked as a journalist on Four Corners, where she won four Walkleys - including the Gold Walkley in 2011 for 'A Bloody Business' - the Melbourne Press Club Gold Quill Award, five Logies for most outstanding public affairs report, as well as the George Munster Award for Independent Journalism and the Queensland Premier's Literary Award.
Tony Jones (Author)
TONY JONES is one of Australia's most well-known journalists, winning awards including six of Australia's leading journalism awards, the Walkleys. Crikey awarded him 'Outstanding Media Practitioner of the Year' for 'ferocious intelligence, polite calmness, [being a] dogged interrogator, deep political instincts and juggling the running agenda, [and having] a great sense of context.' He presented the ABC's premier current affairs programme Lateline for over a decade before hosting Q&A for 12 years. He has also found time to write two acclaimed thrillers, The Twentieth Man and In Darkness Visible.