Quentin Dempster worked at the ABC for 30 years (1984-2014) as a political and investigative reporter, TV current affairs presenter and interviewer. In 1986 he wrote and produced The Sunshine System, a television documentary about institutionalised corruption in Queensland. Before joining the ABC, he was chief political reporter and columnist for the Brisbane Telegraph. Quentin is a former staff-elected director of the ABC (1992-1996) and former chairman of The Walklev Foundation. He has written three books: Honest Cops (1992), Whistleblowers (1997) and Death Struggle – how political malice and boardroom power plays are killing the ABC (2000). In 1992 Quentin was awarded an Order of Australia (AM) for services to iournalism and current affairs. He is currently contributing editor for The New Daily.