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'You're a despicable little person, you are. You despicable piece of trash' ...Stan Zemanek, on air 'Let [Howard] be warned that every woman of childbearing age in China will be watching Australia s decision. So half of 1.2 billion people ...Let's get on the next boat, they'll say.' Alan Jones, on air 'I don't kick around with the big nobs at all' ...John Laws, on air 'Knowledge is power, and knowledge is reading and reading and reading, and listening to me'...Bob Francis, on air 'Well the UN tells Canberra what to do, or not so much the UN, it ll be a giant regional government in Beijing. I m not joking. This is what they're planning.' Brian Wilshire, on air 'Hi. Thanks for being with us today. Hope we can be good company and comfort to you in these troubled times, with panic and punishment combining to create another crisis for the public'...Howard Sattler, on air 'Unpretentious, tendentious opinion. Aggressive opinion. Scoffing, sneering, scandalising opinion. That's clearly what the market wants.' Phillip Adams, on talkback The emperors of air are funny guys. Sometimes funnier than they realise. They re also irresis
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PHILLIP ADAMS's opinions on all matters public enjoy a large following through Radio National, The Australian and books on jokes and God. LEE BURTON is a roving media commentator who teaches media studies at RMIT. Both are despicable trash who support the ABC.
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Book Description Allen and Unwin, 1997. Paperback. Condition: Used; Good. Seller Inventory # 2035390
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Book Description Allen & Unwin, Australia, 1997. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 246 pp. Browning to page edges. Browning to page edges. Seller Inventory # 43095
Book Description St. Leonards, NSW Allen & Unwin (Australia) 1997, 1997. 8vo softcover 246pp, b/w illus. good. small tear on cover at bottom of spine. A lighthearted look at talkback radio, featuring transcripts of the Emperors in talkback mode. Hilarious, shocking, depressing and outrageous, it calls into question the values, methods and influence of these self-proclaimed arbiters of public opinion. Seller Inventory # 31630