Beloved television star of Fair Go, Kevin Milne's memoir is funny, insightful, incisive, moving all - round entertaining. He talks of his long television career - 40 years - including 25 years of the long - running, top - rating Fair Go. Kevin ...
writes in a relaxed, laconic style that draws the reader in immediately - he's an excellent story - teller raconteur. He includes many wonderful anecdotes about the well - known people who have been Fair Go reporters over the years, for example Kerre Woodham, Brian Edwards, Carole Hirschfeld, Kim Hill. Plus hilarious tales of the best dodgy dealers, scams rip - off artists that Fair Go has uncovered over the years. His personal story is told with self - deprecating humour great honesty - it's the story of a boy who really didn't amount to much at school but who went on to make the most of his talents become a household name. Kevin writes: 'The Listener magazine wrote, "In an age of glossy packaging, Kevin Milne is a brown paper bag". I think it was meant as a compliment I'll settle for that. So, welcome to the life times of a brown paper bag.'
Number of pages: 336
Date of publication: 16/01/2012
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