Derryn Hinch

Lessons Learned From Witnessing a Lifetime of Change

Etching from 1889, A Guide to the Scientific Knowledge of Things Familiar. (Public Domain)
In our lifetimes, we’ve witnessed a massive change in the way we eat, travel, and communicate with each other. Perhaps we should note how far we’ve come.   My dear departed mum would have turned 100 on the last day of 2020. This milestone got me thinking of all the changes she had witnessed in her lifetime. The same goes for my paternal grandmother, ... Read the full article
Derryn Hinch

Derryn Hinch has been a journalist for 55 years. Worked in newspapers, radio and TV. Former editor The Sun in Sydney. Host of HINCH on 7 and 10 for six years. Jailed for naming paedophile priest, served 5 months under house arrest for naming serial sex offenders and jailed 50 days for contempt of court in 2014. Host HINCH Live on SKY. Sunday Night, Sunrise. Written 13 books.

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