Walkley Award for Broadcast Interviewing
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The Walkley Award for Broadcast Interviewing has been awarded since 1997. Until 2001, it was known as the Walkley Award for Broadcast Presenting. List of winners:
- 1997: Jim Waley, Nightline/Sunday, Nine Network
- 1998: Maxine McKew, Lateline, ABC TV
- 1999: Helen Dalley, Sunday, Nine Network
- 2000: Kerry O'Brien, The 7.30 Report, ABC TV - "East Timor Crisis/Michael Knight/Ruth Cracknell"
- 2001: John Lyons, Sunday, Nine Network - "John Lyons: Television Interviews"
- 2002: Monica Attard, ABC Radio – "Kernot, Beazley, The Bishop"
- 2003: Andrew Denton, Enough Rope, ABC TV - "Rene, Mark, Allan and Jill"
- 2004: Tony Jones, Lateline, ABC TV
- 2005: Monica Attard, Sunday Profile, ABC Radio
- 2006: Steve Cannane, Hack, Triple J - "Petrol Sniffing, Pill Testing and the Cost of War"
- 2007: Tony Jones, Lateline, ABC TV