I’m a Sydney-based writer, journalist and performer with a mission to connect people through stories.
In early 2022, I wrote and performed Lost in Shanghai – a theatrical narrative about my Mum’s Eurasian family. It premiered to seven sell-out performances in Sydney, Australia.
My latest book Rebel Talk landed in February 2022. It’s about conversation and finding your voice.
In 2010 I created and hosted the ABC TV show One Plus One, conducting 500 in-depth conversations in nine years.
I’m thankful for a fabulous career in television as a reporter, presenter and three-time international correspondent.
Enjoy the website and ask if you have questions.
She is as good as Michael Parkinson at his best. The Green Guide, The Age, March 2014
Hutcheon’s urbane, understated control is masterly. Sydney Morning Herald May 2014
Jane Hutcheon deserves credit as a skilful interviewer. She is able to gently prod her subject in a certain direction, while never inserting herself too obtrusively. Sydney Morning Herald January 2020
Warm, curious and relaxed, Jane Hutcheon proves an ideal facilitator. Limelight magazine, January 2020
I think the interview with you is the best I have ever done – and it’s because of your questions and sensitivity. Truly. Amy Tan, author The Joy Luck Club
There’s a gentle artistry to Hutcheon’s interview invisibility, far more evident in person than through the screen…the way her carefully unjudging eyes rarely leave your face… The Saturday Paper, February 2017
If you are looking for a workshop, talk or a corporate speaker, I work with individuals, institutions and not-for-profits as a keynote speaker, consultant, presenter and facilitator.
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In 2022 I’m looking forward to touring my show Lost in Shanghai and working on a new book for later this year on what I’ve learned about interviewing.
There’s a selection of my work from ABC TV’s One Plus One from 2010-2019, when I conducted more than 500 in-depth interviews in nine years with celebrities and lesser-known heroes including Eddie Izzard, Barry Humphries and Sir David Suchet.
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