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Paul Barclay is an Australian writer, journalist, radio presenter and producer.
Barclay was born in Melbourne, where he received his BA in media and politics. Since the late 1990s, he has worked as a radio presenter for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Queensland, Northern Territory, and Victoria. In 2005, Barclay won the Walkley Award for his investigation of the events and issues surrounding Australia's notorious ‘Dr Death’.
As of 2011, he is a regular host and presenter on Radio National, a program run by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. His regular shows include Australia Talks and Big Ideas.
- Profile at ABC.net.au
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