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Andrew Clark interviewed by Susan Marsden [sound recording]
Bib ID 882925
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Clark, Andrew Charles, 1948-, Interviewee
 
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Description 2003 
2 sound files (119 min.) 
Summary

Andrew Clark, born 1948, discusses his childhood and education; his parents; the family background and influence of his Lodewyckx grandparents (Dymphna's parents); memories of Canberra; his cadetship at The Age in 1966; family life; people who visited the Clark home; living in Oxford; the development of his craft as a journalist.

Biography/History

Andrew Clark, born 1948 in Melbourne, is the middle child of historian Manning Clark and his wife, translater Dymphna Clark. Educated in Canberra and Melbourne, Andrew became a noted journalist and social commentator. He has worked for The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, the Melbourne Herald, The National Times, The Australian Financial Review, The Sun-Herald, The Bulletin, Australian Business, and Nation. His work has also appeared in many other publications, both in Australia and internationally. With CJ Lloyd, Clark published Kerr's King Hit (1976) on the 1975 sacking of the Whitlam Labor government, and has contributed to several other books.

Notes

Recorded on May 2, 2003 in Canberra, A.C.T.

Digital master; National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore collection;

Index/Finding Aid Note Summary (6 p.) and uncorrected transcript (65 leaves) 
Subjects Clark, Andrew Charles, - 1948- - Interviews.  |  Clark, Manning, - 1915-1991.  |  Clark, Dymphna, - 1916-2000.  |  Journalists - Australia - Interviews.
Occupation Journalists.
Other authors/contributors Marsden, Susan, 1952-, Interviewer

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