From the Smith & Nasht website:
A journey through the dark, chilling and frequently unbelievable tales of power-broking and deceit from inside the nation’s capital. Australian political journalist and commentator Annabel Crabb goes in search of Canberra’s secrets over the past century, exploring the passionate interplay of sex, secrets and subterfuge that has long been carried out in the shadows of the national stage. How have our secrets changed over the past century and what does this reveal about us as a society? This is the history that Canberra has tried to hide.
Still one of my best scores I reckon. Certainly one of the most fun to write!
"Well worth a watch"