Speaker: Julian Sher, Senior producer, CBC's The Fifth Estate
All interviews – but especially investigative ones -- are battlegrounds. The journalist and the subject are fighting for control of the interview. Your target has an agenda and a list of talking points – your job, much like a prizefighter in a boxing ring, is to seize and keep control of the match, throw your opponent off balance and push them into corners they don't want to go. What are the tricks and traps to avoid?