There’s one way of viewing the world and there’s the ABC view, by Grace Collier.
With a couple of exceptions, people at the ABC are friendly, professional and welcoming, an absolute delight to deal with. The problem is probably not individual political bias but better described as an organisation that is off-kilter, with a narrow focus on limited topics, a skewed flavouring running through the offerings, with constant reference to recurring, tired themes.
The ABC is the home of PC in Australia. The conservative political parties in Australia are only just waking up to something that has been obvious for at least two decades: their political opponent is the ALP, but their cultural opponent is the ABC. And culture is upstream of politics. The mortal enemy of non-PC forces in Australia is the ABC, not any political party.
hat-tip Stephen Neil