Andrew Denton is one of Australian media’s genuinely creative forces.

Andrew’s television career takes in his groundbreaking early work on the ABC – Blah Blah Blah, The Money or The Gun, Live & Sweaty – through to his unforgettable reworking of television’s ‘night of nights’ the Logies; his role as Executive Producer of Election Chaser and CNNNN; his work hosting and producing the hugely successful Enough Rope and as the Executive Producer of The Gruen Transfer, Gruen Nation, Hungry Beast, 30 Seconds, AFP, Can of Worms, Randling and Joy of Sets.

After an extended hiatus from television, in which he took up the cause of voluntary assisted dying rights via the podcast Better Off  Dead and the advocacy group Go Gentle, Andrew returned to the small screen in 2018, launching Interview With Andrew Denton on the Seven   Network.

There’s a podcast version of Interview from Nova Entertainment’s ACast which has clocked up more than 4 million downloads and was awarded runner up to Hamish and Andy’s Mediaweek Best Podcast category in 2019.

Until recently, the folk at Wikipedia (Bless ’em), were pretty sure Andrew once won a Gold Logie

Andrew also worked in radio early in his career, first as a writer for Doug Mulray at Triple M Sydney and he hosted Triple M’s Number One Breakfast show with Amanda Keller for several years.

Marchmedia is extremely proud to represent Andrew Denton.