However, the film received backlash from sexists chiding the franchise for choosing a female cast, and actress Jones temporarily quit social media after receiving horrid racial abuse following her appearance in the film.
He was also an author having written “The Broadcaster who laughed in 1985.(4MB, 4BH, 3UZ, 2UW, 6KY, 4BK, 4KQ, 2CA) Grahame Cherry was a prodigiously talented pianist, as well as a great presenter.
He made his name on 4BH in Brisbane in the sixties.
There is an updated photo album on the following page: (ABC Townville, 4QR, ABC 702 Sydney, This Day Tonight, Report, Nationwide, Four Corners) Andrew Olle was born in 1947 and joined the ABC in Brisbane in November 1967 as a news cadet.
He spent the next 28 years developing his skills as a journalist by working in a wide variety of programs – from radio news reporting in Townsville, to This Day Tonight, Nationwide, A Big Country, Four Corners, The 7.30 Report and as the morning show presenter on ABC Radio 2BL in Sydney.
It is our way to remember and honour great radio people, some we knew and worked with, some we read about and for some we were only listeners but they left us with lasting memories. Over the last few years the radio industry has lost some great people who many of us have worked with, listened to and learnt a lot from.
People like Bruce Mansfield, Eoin Cameron, and many others.
He died in 1995, after falling off a roof whilst working as a roofer in Germany.
He is buried in Bad Liebenzell, Germany under his false identity as William James Baker(5DN, 5RM, 5KA, ABC Adelaide, 2BL ABC 702 Sydney) Jack Hume was one of the first voices on radio in Adelaide when his father started broadcasting on an experimental licence in 1924.
The family formed the company Hume Broadcasters which launched South Australia’s first station, 5DN.
Jack’s mother Stella was the first female broadcaster in Australia in 1924. Jack Hume also served with the Australian Infantry in World War 2.(ABC 2CN Canberra, ABC Radio Sydney, ABC-TV) James Dibble joined the ABC after the Second World War.
Grahame died at age 42 after a motor accident in Kaleen (ACT) on 26th October 1984.