Derryn Hinch has been a politician, journalist, broadcaster and author. The former newspaper editor hosted the current affairs TV program HINCH on the 7 and 10 networks, HINCH Live on Sky News, Midday on Nine, and award-winning stints on radio 3AW. He now has an eponymous weekly current affairs program on Sky News and writes for The Big Smoke. Hinch has been jailed twice, fined, and spent five months under house arrest for his campaigns against suppression orders for sex offenders. In 2011, he received a liver transplant after being diagnosed with terminal cancer and given twelve months to live. He lives (well) in Melbourne.