Archive of past webcasts - Country

Cities on the edge

By 2026 Brisbane may be home to 4.5 million residents and overtake Melbourne as the nation’s second largest metropolis. Hear Brendan Gleeson, one of Australia’s most outstanding urban planners, as he talks about the impact of rapid growth on our cities and suggests solutions to make them better places to live and work. Cities on the Edge sets the big picture agenda for a new generation of thinking about urban planning. This webcast was presented in partnership with the Griffith Review.

Cities on the edgeSpeaker:  Brendan Gleeson
Duration:  1:01:28 minutes
Date:  14 August 2008
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Hidden Queensland

Over the past two decades Queensland has undergone a remarkable transformation to become the new centre of politics and thriving social and cultural home to an ever-expanding population. Contributors to Griffith REVIEW21:Hidden Queensland discuss the dynamics of the Sunshine turned Smart State and what it means to be a Queenslander today.

Hidden QueenslandSpeakers:  John Birmingham, Tara June Winch, Ashley Hay, Nike Burke, Phil Brown & Will Elliott
Duration:  1:27:37 minutes
Date:  14 August 2008
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Download audio:  mp3 [80.2 MB]

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