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We produce a range of publications, news, podcasts, videos and events that deliver our opinion and expertise on Australian-related research and current affairs.

Australia: Inside out

The ‘Australia: Inside Out’ podcast series takes a deeper look at Australian politics and society, with a particular focus on topics of interest to listeners in the UK, Europe and beyond. Hosted by Dr Agnieszka Sobocinska, it is the podcast of the Menzies Australia Institute at King’s College London.

UK/AU Season 2021-22

As part of UK/AU Season 2021-22, we hosted the online world premiere of Australian vocalist Amber Evans performing ‘Who Are You?’ – a poem by British writer Zsuzsanna Ardó, set to music by American composer Hayes Biggs.

The multi-track recording of this contemporary choral work was followed by a panel discussion with the writer, the vocalist and the composer, convened by our previous Co-Director Béatrice Bijon.

Watch the replay and hear the artists explain the back story of their collaboration.

Reflecting on ANZAC Day

Each year, we reflect on Anzac Day (25 April), a day of remembrance for Australians. In 2021, we commissioned a special conversation between two distinguished historians in collaboration with Australian National University.

Hear from Professor Bruce Scates (Australian National University) speak with Jay Winter (Yale University) about the Great War and how it has been remembered.

The Top Paddock

The Top Paddock is the online magazine from the Menzies Australia Institute. Leading writers bear witness to society, history, culture and politics.

Discover insights and perspectives from Australia and around the globe.

Top Paddock

News and events from the King's Global Institutes