As #election2016 kicks off here, Derryn Hinch recalls some Hunter S Thompson-type moments on the American presidential election trail.
On the 20th Anniversary of the Port Arthur Massacre, Derryn Hinch remembers the man in the lift who turned to him and said ‘they got my Gwen’.
The kidnapping of Dr Ken Elliott has caused Derryn Hinch to reflect on the anonymous work Australian and New Zealand medicos have been doing in Africa for decades.
With the New Hampshire primary upon us, TBS regular Derryn Hinch recounts his time on the ’72 campaign trail…
Following his recent restroom reno success, Derryn Hinch digs into the ins and outs of Japanese toileting culture. Here’s what he learned…
Derryn Hinch held strong opinions on capital punishment and organ donation, but after some research, he’s changed his mind.
Derryn Hinch returned to the Killing Fields of Cambodia, where the mistakes of the past sit awkwardly next to the mistakes of the present.
Derryn Hinch was tired of the disappointment of leaving superior hotel bathrooms for his own. So he decided to clean up his ablution situation.
The Melbourne Star Wheel has Derryn Hinch calling it out for what it is — Melbourne skyline’s “white elephant” — and despite the Wheel being built…and rebuilt…people still won’t come.
Derryn Hinch may be dubbing Rolf Harris “Jake the Ped” but he doesn’t believe the disgraced entertainer should be wiped from Jamie Cooper’s Queen Vic Market mural.
The Human Headline, Derryn Hinch, warns TBS and its readers to beware the simple tweet, at least until the law catches up with the implications of social media.