Malcolm Turnbull in conversation with Annabel Crabb

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Annabel Crabb and Malcolm Turnbull
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A free, livestreamed event from the Sydney Writers' Festival

With the rotating door of prime ministers Australia has seen in recent years, who was in the top job when can all become a bit of a blur. In the past decade of climate and energy warfare in Australian federal politics, Malcolm Turnbull is the only leader to have lost his job over the issue twice.

The 29th prime minister has plenty of tales to tell from his time in politics and career in law, media and business that preceded it. He’ll be joining journalist and commentator Annabel Crabb for a livestreamed in-conversation event on Monday, April 27, to discuss his new memoir, A Bigger Picture.

Crabb has a reputation for humanising politicians through platforms like her informal ABC interview show Kitchen Cabinet. It should be interesting to see what comes up when she has a sit down with the former Liberal PM. 

The discussion is the first event in the Sydney Writers’ Festival’s new digital program. In lieu of physical events this year, the festival is releasing a variety of livestreamed talks and reading recommendations from festival authors. 

The Sydney Writers’ Festival will be streaming the talk with Turnbull on YouTube and Facebook at 7pm. You can follow the Facebook event for updates.


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