Recent Melbourne Press Club events are available as audio podcasts through iTunes and other podcast apps. You can also watch our back catalogue of videos by visiting the MPC YouTube channel.
Listen to and watch the ACTU Secretary's speech launching her new book On Fairness
MPC Election Forum told mandatory sentencing won’t solve violent offending
The launch of Mark Baker’s book Phillip Schuler: The Remarkable Life of One of Australia’s Greatest War Correspondents - with Les Carlyon, celebrated editor, writer and historian.
Treasurer Tim Pallas joined a special event to explore key features of the budget.
Half a century ago, The Herald of Melbourne was one of the most successful afternoon newspapers in the English-speaking world.
See a slideshow of photos from the night.
Videos of speeches from the inuaugural event
Veteran political interviewer Kerry O'Brien takes an MPC audience through his blockbuster book of interviews with the ever intriguing and controversial Paul Keating.
The MPC marked the 40th anniversary of Graham Perkin's death with a special dinner featuring tributes from some of the big names in Australian journalism.
Photos from the 2015 Graham Perkin memorial dinner.
While there’s a lot more work to be done to increase the representation of women in executive ranks, a group of dynamic women has quietly taken the Australian leadership of major multinational technology companies.
La Trobe’s Associate Professor Lawrie Zion hosted a discussion with three distinguished colleagues who have taken redundancy and discovered life beyond our shrinking metropolitan newsrooms.
A lunch with journalist, raconteur, PR maestro and former Press Club president Noel Tennison
Former Australian Financial Review editor Colleen Ryan's latest book Fairfax: The Rise and Fall is billed as a devastating expose of Fairfax Media's rollercoaster ride from the folly of Young Warwick to the challenge of Gina Rinehart.
Can our universities continue to compete with the best of Europe and America and the massive resources pouring into research and education in Asia?
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