Radio Media Books
There are 5 books in this catalogue.
The Jack Davey Story
Book Number: 23900
Ure Smith, Sydney 1961 blue boards, 8vo hardcover. Illustrated with b&w photos. very good. / good d/w. from radio days in australia, from 1930's to 1950's.
Talking with Margaret Throsby
Book Number: 50672
Allen & Unwin November 1, 2008 8vo softcover 384pp very good. For more than a decade Margaret Throsby has been talking each morning on ABC-FM to some of the most intelligent and interesting people on earth. These are conversations, not interviews. Unlike TV and newspaper interviews, they are not edited and tidied up-they are live to air and spontaneous. Because the participants are barely aware of their audience, the discussion is intimate and often very revealing. In picking the very best from the last decade, Margaret has chosen people as diverse as Gerry Adams, Oliver Sacks, Michael Leunig, Patricia Routledge, Paul Keating, Maureen Dowd, Jonathan Franzen, and Gretel Killeen, Jane Elliot, Pat Dodson, John le Carre, Bill Henson, Fiona Wood, Chris Patten, David Malouf, Lincoln Hall, Brenda Blethyn, Jeffrey Tate, Pauline Nguyen, Billy Bragg.
The golden age of the Argonauts
Book Number: 32274
Rydalmere, N.S.W. Hodder & Stoughton 1997 4to softcover 270pp index, b/w illus. very good+. "A celebration of Australia's best-loved radio program for children"
Radio Luxembourg. The Station of the Stars
Book Number: 52515
W.H. Allen 1983 Small 4to. softcover. 192pp. index, b/w illus. Very good, remainder mark on bottom edge.
Being a chum was fun: The story of Nicky and Nancy Lee
Book Number: 51576
Listen & Learn Productions 1979 8vo hardcover 200pp very good in same d/w. Illustrated throughout with b&w plates. Lancy Lee was an early star of stage and screen, She was signed in 1933 by 3AW to take the centre spot in Chatterbox Corner. From 1934 yo 1938 she won every award possible in The Most Popular Announcer competitions. In 1935 she married Nicky, Australia's most popular radio announcer ever! He was the first person to be signed for the new media medium TV, he died suddenly in 1956 and his funeral was the biggest Melbourne has ever seen.