Terry Hayes migrated to Australia as a child and trained as a journalist at the country’s leading broadsheet. At twenty-one, he was appointed North American correspondent, based in New York and after two years returned to Sydney to become an investigative reporter, political correspondent and columnist. A short time later, with George Miller, he wrote the screenplay for Road Warrior/Mad Max 2. He also co-produced and wrote Dead Calm, the film which launched Nicole Kidman’s international movie career, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and a host of mini-series. After moving to Los Angeles he worked as a screen-writer on major studio productions.
Australian screenwriter, Terry Hayes, best known for writing Road Warrior, Dead Calm, Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome, and other blockbuster movies, spoke about his recent espionage novel which deals with the homemade manufacturing of the smallpox virus as a terrorist weapon. First hour guest, privacy expert Frank Ahearn talked about how he helps "disappear" people out of society, and what we can do to erase our digital footprint, and protect our private information. ... More »Host: George Noory