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New Zealand, Penguin. 2001, First Edition. (ISBN: 0143018116) Soft Cover, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. "She could be described as New Zealand's 'first lady' of television. As a young woman, Angela D'Audney was beamed into the living rooms of the first New Zealanders to own television sets. She has remained firmly fixed as one of our most treasured presenters. She has been hired and fired more than anyone else in the business, but has bounced back with characteristic resilience. And this is the way she faced the shocking news that she had a life-threatening brain tumour. Talking candidly with New Zealand Women's Weekly deputy editor, Nicky Pellegrino, Angela tells the story of her life and loves, talks about the people who have been important to her and gives us a glimpse of a long and varied career behind the microphone and in front of the camera. It is also the story of a gutsy woman facing unfair odds." CONDITION 215 pages with photo illus. Bright and crisp as new apart from slight edge toning and a little damage to bottom cnr of first inside page. #New Zealand Biography#. Near Fine/N/A.
USD 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 7 | £UK 6.25 | JP¥ 855] Booknumber: 14210

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