Julian Assange – Wikileaks’ Man On The Run
Nearly two decades ago in the hills outside Melbourne Julian Assange would go to sleep in the early hours of the morning dreaming of police raids. He would hear footsteps on the driveway gravel, see shadowy figures hovering near his house, and imagine armed police bursting through his backdoor at dawn.
Michael Kroger – The Player
He’s friends with Peter Costello, James Packer and Malcolm Fraser. He has connections, a taste for French furniture and his own merchant bank. Wilier, smoother and more ruthless than most, Michael Kroger plays a hidden hand as Liberal Party powerbroker, the architect and the destroyer of vaulting ambition
John Marsden has written more than 17 books; sold more than a million copies worldwide and won – or been shortlisted – for all the major awards for young adult literature in Australia. At the time of writing his book, Tomorrow When The War Began, had been re-printed 18 times
Mordechai Vanunu – The Man They Won’t Set Free
In 1986 a young Jewish scientist revealed Israel’s nuclear secrets to the world. He has been in Jail ever since. now, on the 13th anniversary of Mordechai Vanunu’s capture by Mossad, David Leser tells why Israel can’t forgive its most famous prisoner of conscience.