National Press Club Address

June 2017
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 22 (Dr Alan Finkel)

3.0 10 x
Australia's Chief Scientist & Chair of the Electricity Review Dr Alan Finkel addresses the National Press Club.
57:00

Season 2017, Episode 14 (The Trump Administration's First 100 Days: What Should Asia Do?)

4.0 1 x
A forum on the topic 'The Trump Administration's First 100 Days: What Should Asia Do?' with experts from the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific Professor Michael Wesley, Dr Jane Golley & Professor Warwick McKibbin.
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 20 (James Clapper)

3.0 15 x
Former US Director of Intelligence James Clapper addresses the National Press Club on the topic 'The alliance, global security and our democratic institutions'.
May 2017
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 19 (Andrew Colvin)

3.0 9 x
Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police Andrew Colvin addresses the National Press Club. #npc
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 18 (Richard Marles)

4.0 5 x
Shadow Minister for Defence Richard Marles addresses the National Press Club on the topic 'Defence and National Identity: Who We Are As Australians and The Role We Seek To Play In The World'.
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 5 (Penalty Rate Debate)

4.0 5 x
National Press Club presents Penalty Rate Debate with Australian Small Business & Family Ombudsman Kate Carnell and Australian Council of Trade Unions President, Ged Kearney.
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 17 (Chris Bowen)

3.0 6 x
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen delivers his Budget Reply Address to the National Press Club.
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 4 (Dennis Richardson)

3.0 27 x
The Secretary of Defence, Dennis Richardson, addresses the Press Club on his last day in office.
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 16 (Scott Morrison)

4.0 9 x
Treasurer Scott Morrison delivers his Post-Budget Address from the Great Hall at Parliament House in Canberra.
1:00:00

Season 2017, Episode 3 (Simon Birmingham)

3.0 7 x
Senator Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training addresses the National Press Club live from Canberra.
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