When you have a billion-plus dollars to spend every year, there will always be a few pennies to indulge fun topics. At the ABC, where few subjects are so interesting as those who work at the ABC, that means an exploration of what makes Lateline‘s Emma Alberici tick. Her torments and terrors, ambivalent relationship with her mother, father’s skills on the dance floor, sessions with her shrink and twice-a-year holidays in Italy — it’s all there.
“Emma Alberici is sharp. The suits she wears and the way she thinks are eerily similar – precise, striking, smart.”
Julia Baird poses the hard questions. The Drum, a site nominally devoted to airing opinions, is the stage on which Ms Alberici’s complexities are shared with the world