The Search for Meaning Conversations with Caroline Jones

By: Jones, Caroline

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Sydney: ABC Books, 1992. 271 pages. One page slightly mis-cut, sticks up above the top by 2mm. Caroline Jones AO is one of Australia's most respected broadcasters and communicators. She has been a film-radio-television writer, producer, director and reporter since 1963. Joining the ABC in Canberra in 1963, Caroline spent six years learning her craft and took part in the production of local arts and current affairs programs on both radio and television. She was the first woman reporter for the This Day Tonight program, after which she became the presenter of the national current affairs program, Four Corners, with a weekly audience of two million viewers. From 1977 to 1981 she presented the ABC Radio Public Affairs program, City Extra on Sydney's 2BL. Caroline Jones has won a number of awards for her contribution to radio and television journalism, including a Logie Award (1972); Gold Sammy Awards (1980); several Media Peace Prize Gold Citations, and in the 1988 Queen's Birthday Honours List, Caroline was made an Officer of the Order of Australia, A.O. In 1989 she was awarded The Archbishop of Sydney Citation in recognition of outstanding contribution to Christian ideals in radio and television. She was a foundation member of the Australian Council for the Arts, 1973, and a foundation member of The National Films Board of Review, 1971. In 1982, Caroline Jones became Associate Director of The Centre for Communication Studies at Bathurst. With Hugh Mackay, she produced The Better Communication Tapes. From 1987 to 1994 she presented "The Search For Meaning" on ABC Radio National. During 1988, Caroline worked alongside Aboriginal broadcasters at Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association, in Alice Springs, as they produced their first cultural and current affairs programs for television. In 1989, "The Search For Meaning" book, based on Caroline Jones' radio program, was published by the ABC and Collins Dove . First Edition. Trade Paperback. Good - Very Good.

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