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Postcards From The Edge

In this wide-ranging fireside in-conversation rich with anecdotes, Keith Conlon OAM and Dr Kiera Lindsey will explore why South Australian history matters, as well as who cares about ‘history’ and ‘heritage’ in twenty-first-century Australia and why.

For 50 years Keith Conlon OAM has been celebrating South Australian history on television and radio. Dr Kiera Lindsey has been researching and writing history in the academy and presenting Australian history on television and radio for over 20 years and is now passionately advocating to ‘give the past a future now’ at the History Trust of South Australia.

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