As co-host of The Project, Hamish Macdonald has seen and done more than most journalists could ever dream to achieve in their entire career.
Before The Project and a stint hosting ABC’s Q+A program, Hamish worked and reported around the world from war zones to natural disasters, winning a bunch of prestigious awards including a coveted Walkley Award in the process.
But as he discusses with Hugh, Ryan and Josh, he’s also faced bullying throughout his life, whether that be from students during his high school days, or from online trolls during his Q+A days – a challenging experience that drove him to leave social media forever.
This open and honest chat covers it all, and turns out to be a pretty handy, albeit accidental guide on How To Be You.
To listen to Hamish’s new podcast, Take Me To Your Leader, follow this link: https://bit.ly/3ukzpph
To listen to our episode with Missy Higgins, follow this link: https://link.chtbl.com/missyhiggins
To listen to our episode on stress and burnout with Dr Emily, follow this link: https://link.chtbl.com/howtostressless
To listen to Josh’s song, We Were Here, follow this link: https://bit.ly/3Zyg3bG
To read article recommendation, Why The Internet Isn’t Fun Anymore, follow this link: https://bit.ly/3FZGnTh