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Goodwin, Bridget

Occupation
Documentary Film maker, Historian, Journalist and Television Journalist

Summary

Bridget Goodwin is an historian and film-maker with a special interest in making historical documentaries. Her Walkley Award winning documentary, 'Keen as Mustard' was a special study of chemical warfare trials that were held in north Queensland during WWII. This research has taken her to science archives in Britain, the United States and Australia.

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Events

1989
Walkley Award (Television) - Best Television Current Affairs Report, 'Keen as Mustard', Freelance

Sources used to compile this entry: Goodwin, Bridget, 'Science Archives: Humanising and Popularising the Stories', in Working With Knowledge - Science Technology and Medicine Archives Conference 1998., 1998, http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/asa/stama/conf/WWKbridget.htm; http://www.walkleys.com/winners/database.html.

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