Interview with Geraldine Doogue

Geraldine Doogue in conversation with Sheridan Voysey

It’s a bright mind that can grasp topics ranging from religion, philosophy, health, education, ethics, world affairs, international politics and art—who can cover hard news whilst maintain a warm disposition—but those are some of the qualities Journalist Geraldine Doogue possesses. In her 30-plus year career, Geraldine Doogue has become one of the most respected journalists in […]

By Hope 103.2Tuesday 14 Jul 2009Open House InterviewsFaith

It’s a bright mind that can grasp topics ranging from religion, philosophy, health, education, ethics, world affairs, international politics and art—who can cover hard news whilst maintain a warm disposition—but those are some of the qualities Journalist Geraldine Doogue possesses.

In her 30-plus year career, Geraldine Doogue has become one of the most respected journalists in the nation, working in print, TV and radio; presenting national news bulletins to programs like Sunday Profile, Life Matters and Saturday Extra; covering everything from Gulf Wars to World Youth Days.

Today she’s best-known for her ABC1 program Compass, which has been described as the ‘undisputed flagship’ of Australian religious programming.