Sue Smith is one of Australia’s finest television writers. In a career spanning thirty years she has written everything from The Young Doctors and Sons and Daughters to The Leaving of Liverpool and Brides of Christ (both co-written with John Alsop). She won an AWGIE in 1994 for The Road from Coorain. Her work also includes the television series  R.A.N Remote Area Nurse, My Brother Jack, Fallen Angels and The Cooks; and the feature film Peaches. Her first stage play, Thrall, had a sell-out season at the Old Fitzroy Hotel (Sydney) in 2006.

In 2012 Smith was honoured with an AWGIE Award, and a QLD Literary Award for Mabo.

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Interview with Sue Smith

Podcast on ABC Radio National with Sue Smith on her play Kryptonite