A humorous collection of stories from the much-loved broadcaster, Tim Bowden. tim Bowden has been writing and sharing his stories with the public since the early sixties in his home state of tasmania. this quirky and eclectic series of recollections and anecdotes is tim at his best with a wry view on life, his own personal stories and some amusing moments from his life as a reporter and broadcaster. A must for tim Bowden fans.tim Bowden began his radio and television career in tasmania in the early 1960s. His engaging manner and ability to tell stories has seen him travel the globe and front numerous television and radio programs.
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"Tim Bowden's collection of radio essays is charming, irreverent, and thoughtful. Bowden is an experienced Australian broadcaster with a marvelous radio voice and perfect timing but with a laconic edge and good-hearted irritability. He riffs on whatever topic he takes a fancy to. Some are laugh-out-loud funny--the dull food in 1950s Australian restaurants dubbed "Gordon Blue cuisine" or PRIDE AND PREJUDICE as the movie of choice at the Australian Antarctic Center. Others are more cutting--the mass lay-offs in the 1980s so that no one who knew anything was left at the Australian Broadcasting Company, his observations that "thugby" and "footbrawl" are unnecessarily violent. Bowden's serious journalistic credentials show up, too, with musings on the United Nations as well as Idi Amin's horrendous rule over Uganda. A.B. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"