By Sally Neighbour
A landmark publication written by way of family names in journalism, between them Kerry O'Brien, Chris Masters and Caroline Jones, this is often the 1st publication from 4 CORNERS in 26 years and should be the must-have ebook for Fathers Day. within the fifty years it has been on air, 4 Corners has damaged extra tales, prompted extra headlines, generated extra controversy and aired extra prime quality investigative journalism than the other software in Australia. In modern-day international of 24-hour information cycles it's an anachronism, "a tv miracle" as Kerry O'Brien places it in his creation to this e-book. but if it first went to air, no-one anticipated it to final. Now to mark its fiftieth anniversary, a few of the program's most famed reporters and manufacturers glance again on their largest tales - from battle, famines, and terrorism to indigenous rights, reproductive rights, and corruption in all corners of the globe. they take readers in the course of the dramas and intrigue thinking about bringing tales which anger humans in excessive locations to air. they inform what occurred clear of the cameras in addition to on, proportion moments of humour and pathos and contemplate the very important function performed by means of the ABC's flagship information software.
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