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Interview with Mike Rann
Two interviews with Mike Rann by George Lewkowicz on January 28 and February 10, 2009. Mike Rann was Premier of South Australia from 2002 to 2011. During the Dunstan era, he worked in the Industrial Democracy Unit, then ...
Interview with Chris Schacht
Interview with Chris Schacht by George Lewkowicz on 7th April, 2008. In this interview, Chris will discuss the Labor Party and media relations in the Dunstan years.
Interview with Phillip Adams
Interview with Phillip Adams by George Lewkowicz on 1st May 2008. Topics covered in the interview are the film industry, Phillip’s advice to Don Dunstan on the setting up of the film industry in South Australia and Don and ...
Interview with Bronwen Dohnt
Interview with Ms Bronwen Dohnt by George Lewkowicz. Bronwen was the first child and daughter of Don Dunstan and Gretel Dunstan. The interview was held on the 9th October 2009.
Interview with Patrick Troy
Interview with Professor Patrick Troy by Alan Hutchings on urban development.
Interview with Michael Kirby
Interview with Michael Kirby by George Lewkowicz on 28th February 2012. Michael Kirby discusses Don Dunstan and law reform.
Interview with Len King (AC QC)
Interview with Len King by Peter Donovan on the 10th November 2004 for the Don Dunstan Foundation. Honourable Len King, ACQC, is a former Chief Justice and also was Attorney-General in the Dunstan government. In this ...
Interview with Gil Brealey and Addendum
Interview with Gil Brealey by Felicity Morgan on January 9, 2012. Also includes Addendum dated February 2012. Gil Brealey discusses his time as the Founding Director/Chairman of the South Australian Film Corporation, ...
Interview with Greg Crafter
Interview with Greg Crafter by George Lewkowicz on 2nd May, 2008. Greg worked for Don Dunstan as a member of the Inquiry Unit in the Premier’s Department in the early 1970s.
Interview with David Combe
Interview with David Combe by George Lewkowicz on 2nd May 2008. In this interview, David discusses his work with Don Dunstan as private secretary and then later his work through the Australian Labor Party.