November 2nd, 2008
Episode 14 of 22 episodes
A recent poll found that when it comes to public trust, journalists rank almost at the bottom of the pile, just above politicians and sex workers, but below psychics and astrologers. If that poll had been about Chris Masters, perhaps the result would have been different. For the last 25 years his work has helped call those in power to account, setting a standard for professional integrity that few have matched. And now at 60 he has announced his retirement. What have his years staring into the secret parts of Australia taught him?