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Australian Story : behind the scenes

Author: Deborah Fleming; Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Publisher: Sydney : ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The multi-award-winning Australian Story is one of Australia's best-loved programs ... [This book] takes us behind the scenes of the show to revisit fifteen stories, some told from the perspective of the subjects of individual programs and some from the experienced journalists, producers and crew who work on the show. Featured are Wayne Bennett, Dr Peter Hollingworth, police whistleblower Simon Illingworth,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Interviews
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah Fleming; Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
ISBN: 0733314422 9780733314421
OCLC Number: 85761561
Description: 238 pages, [14] pages of plates (some color) : illustrations (some color) portraits ; 25 cm
Other Titles: Australian story (Television program)
Responsibility: [Deb Fleming [and others]] ; foreword by Caroline Jones.

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"The multi-award-winning Australian Story is one of Australia's best-loved programs ... [This book] takes us behind the scenes of the show to revisit fifteen stories, some told from the perspective of the subjects of individual programs and some from the experienced journalists, producers and crew who work on the show. Featured are Wayne Bennett, Dr Peter Hollingworth, police whistleblower Simon Illingworth, meningococcal survivor Tom Nash, the family of Ivan Milat, pianist Aaron McMillan, police inspector Chris Ferguson, the Andersons (whose daughter, Rosemary, was murdered), parents of missing boy Daniel Morcombe, East Timor's Australian first lady, Kirsty Sword Gismao and Vanessa Gorman, both subject and producer, whose baby, Layla, died eight hours after birth. Three subjects of Australian Story, Matt Laffan, Dr Michael Holt and Professor Robert Tindle also tell of their experiences on the other side of the camera and explain how being on Australian Story changed their lives."--Back cover.

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