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Ray Martin tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television

Ray Martin tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television. Before Ray had even got to high school, he had lived in thirteen different places, in three Australian states, mostly in the bush. His father was a violent, drinking man who The bestselling autobiography of one of Australia's most loved personalities is now in paperback. Ray Martin tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television.

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Raymond George Martin AM (born Raymond George Grace, 20 December 1944) is an Australian television journalist and entertainment personality. Having won the Gold Logie five times he is the most awarded star of Australian television, along with Graham. Having won the Gold Logie five times he is the most awarded star of Australian television, along with Graham Kennedy (although Kennedy won the "Star of the Year Award, the forerunner of the Gold Logie in 1959). He is best known for his various on-air roles on Channel Nine from 1978, particular his long tenure as host of the variety/talk show The Midday Show

Ray Martin tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television.

Ray Martin tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television. His father was a violent, drinking man who would lash out at his wife and children. The bestselling autobiography of one of Australia's most loved personalities is now in paperback. Before Ray had even got to high school, he had lived in thirteen different places, in three Australian states, mostly in the bush

Ray Martin tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television. This is the long-awaited, warts-and-all autobiography of Ray Martin.

Ray Martin needs no introduction. Well known as the face of the "Midday Show," "A Current Affair," "60 Minutes," and "Carols by Candlelight"; if you trust anyone on Australian television, you trust Ray Martin. 0 people like this topic.

Ray Martin's autobiography tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television. Before Ray had even got to high school, he had lived in 13 different places, in 3 Australian states, mostly in the bush

Ray Martin's autobiography tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television. Before Ray had even got to high school, he had lived in 13 different places, in 3 Australian states, mostly in the bush. This is the warts-and-all autobiography of Ray Martin.

Ray Martin needs introduction. But Ray's was a less-than-stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television. He is well kwn as the face of the Midday Show, A Current Affair, 60 Minutes, Carols by Candlelight. Before he had even got to high school, he had lived in thirteen different places, in three states, mostly in the bush. His father was a violent, drinking man who would lash out at his wife and children

Ray Martin tells the story of his less than stellar introduction to the glamorous world of television.

Ray Martin needs no introduction. Well known as the face of the Midday Show, A Current Affair, 60 Minutes, and Carols by Candlelight; if you trust anyone on Australian television, you trust Ray Martin.

Comments: (6)

Nanecele
Being an Aussie woman in my "mid" forties - Ray Martin has always been an integral part of my television life. Although I wasn't aware that Ray was with the ABC at the start of his career, being the mum of young children in the 1990's I always made sure that they were down for their nap by 12:00 so I could watch the Midday Show in peace! I loved Ray's honesty and his morals really shone through all the "Corporate greed" of running a TV station. My only criticism, which cannot be blamed on the author in any way is the poor translation from the published book to the e-book version which has glaring mistakes of the use (or should I say the "non-use") of capital letters for people and place names. I found one chapter in particular, late in the book (the chapter on Sir Donald Bradman) that I was focused so much on the grammatical errors that I lost focus on the story itself. Whilst I don't claim to be an expert in the use of the English language, this is something that I found quite off-putting. Having said this, fantastic read, loved the stories.
Funky
having worked with ray in the n.y. office of a.b.c for ten years years i was delighted to find his book on kindle. i hve been living here in tuscany for some years and have somewhat lost touch with all the old mates that ray mentions in his wonderful life story even though quite a few of those old mates are sprinkled around the hills of tuscany. i loved his book but there is one complaint. on kindle no pictures !! i guess i shall have to get one of my many australian visitors to bring over a paper copy.
terry hughes
ME
Ray is such an amazing story teller, his descriptions of his often difficult life growing up in Australia are told with honesty and humor. Ray is really a "genuinely nice Aussie bloke".
ALAN
A very interesting read about a very popular tv personality.
Madi
Very interesting stories to read. It kept me involved. I would be happy to recommend this book to any one
Hallolan
Thank you for your very good and promp service. Was very happy with the purchase and will continue with more in the future.
Ray: Stories of My Life download epub
Arts & Literature
Author: Ray Martin
ISBN: 1741667828
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Arts & Literature
Language: English
Publisher: Random House Australia (May 1, 2010)
Pages: 472 pages