Being a Chum Was Fun: the story of Nicky & Nancy Lee

By: Nancy Lee

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Being a Chum Was Fun: the story of Nicky & Nancy Lee by Nancy Lee
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Listen & Learn Productions, Melbourne, 1979. Soft cover. Very good condition. With a foreword by Graham Kennedy, who worked with them when he was young, this is a b&w illustrated look at the lives, stage and radio careers, of these well loved performers. In the hay day of radio, these people were popular and adored beyond belief. They would get 73% of the ratings!!!! This is a really wonderful book about another time when radio was king, and mass communication was new. Chatterbox Corner was a household name, and everyone tuned in regardless of what else was happening in the world. One of my all time favourite films is "Radio Days" by Woody Allen. He captured this whole world, when the cult of personality was new, and the adventures of your radio heroes was very important to everyone. Heaven knows as a 15 year old my transistor radio was firmly grafted to my ear also. Much recommended read. 13x21cm or 5x8.25".

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