Georgia Moodie is a reporter and producer at Australia’s ABC Radio National, where she makes long-form stories for RN’s documentary programs, Earshot and The History Listen.
Since she began at RN in 2012, she has worked as a literature and arts reporter for Books and Arts, and as a producer on RN’s national evening news and current affairs program, RN Drive.
She has reported everywhere from remote Indigenous communities to the world’s largest literary festival in India, and her work has appeared on the BBC and on public radio in the United States.
She was awarded ABC RN’s 2017 Tony Barrell Fellowship for imaginative and risk-taking long-form audio features, and was a runner up in the 2018 Whickers Documentary Audio Recognition Award, a UK award for original and innovative audio documentaries. Her work was featured at the 2019 International Features Conference in Cork, Ireland, a conference which celebrates the best audio documentaries from around the world.
Georgia holds a Bachelor of Arts with majors in history and Australian studies from the University of Melbourne, and Honours in History from Monash University. In 2010, she was awarded a scholarship to study radio documentary at the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies in the United States. In 2007, she began at SYN, Melbourne’s youth-run community radio station, where she worked as a presenter, producer and trainer, before serving on the Board of Directors.
Contact: georgia.moodie [at] gmail.com