|Born||Christopher Gerald Uhlmann
24 June 1960
|Employer||Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
Christopher Gerald "Chris" Uhlmann (born 24 June 1960) is an Australian television presenter and journalist.
From 1999 to 2004, Uhlmann co-hosted Local Radio Breakfast on 666 ABC Canberra with David Kilby. In 2005, he was Jon Faine's producer for the Mornings show on 774 ABC Melbourne, and in 2006 was made chief political correspondent for ABC Radio current affairs.
In 2008, Uhlmann switched to television, and was political editor for The 7.30 Report, ABC News, and ABC News 24. In December 2010, he was appointed as co-host of the ABC Television current affairs program, 7.30. In 2012, the show was revamped again, with Uhlmann returning to the political editor role, and Leigh Sales hosting the program.
On 10 February 2014, Uhlmann became the 14th presenter of AM, the ABC Radio news and current affairs program. He took over after Tony Eastley resigned to take up a senior presenter with ABC News 24
Uhlmann unsuccessfully contested the ACT 1998 general election for the electorate of Molonglo with the Osborne Independent Group. The conservative group was named after Paul Osborne, who was strongly pro-life and advocated blocking both euthanasia legislation and any attempt to decriminalise abortion. Osborne and Uhlmann fell out when Osborne moved to severely restrict abortion in the ACT. Six years earlier, Uhlmann had written in support of establishing an abortion clinic in the territory. 
- "7.30 Report loses one host, gets two". The Sydney Morning Herald. 3 December 2010.
- "ABC profile - Chris Uhlmann". Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
- Mathieson, Craig (12 November 2012). "How 7.30 got its mojo back". The Age. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- Knott, Matthew: Chris Uhlmann departs 7.30 to try Labor doco, Crikey!, 10 September 2013.
- "Australian Capital Territory Electoral Commission, Molonglo First Preference Results". Australian Capital Territory Electoral Commission. 1998. Retrieved 2013-02-21.
- "Election Campaign Success". Newsletter - Autumn 1998. ACT Right to Life Association. 1998-06-22. Retrieved 2010-09-02.
- "Osborne rift: adviser considering his future". The Canberra Times. 3 August 1998.
- "ACT's anti-abortionists have already lost battle". The Canberra Times. 28 March 1992.
- "Labor People - Gai Brodtmann". Australian Labor Party. 2010. Retrieved 2010-08-24.
|The 7.30 Report
|ABC News 24
Chief Political Editor and Host of Capital Hill
Kerry O'Brien as The 7.30 Report
Presenter with Leigh Sales
Leigh Sales solo