Author(s): Lawrence Money
Amazing bastard (colloquial), n: a bloke who does stuff that other bastards wouldn't try in a month of Sundays We've all met them, or at least read about them - men who drive faster, climb higher, build and invent and triumph over impossible odds. Journalist Lawrence Money has assembled a collection of Amazing Aussie Bastards who truly stand out.
Lawrence Money is one of the longest-serving columnists in Australia, starting in 1979 with The Melbourne Herald's 'In Black And White' column and going on to write the Daily Tattler, The Sunday Age 'Spy' column and the Diary in the daily Age. He has twice won the Melbourne Press Club's Quill award as Victoria's best columnist. Lawrence has been on the professional speaking circuit, a regular on ABC radio, has written five books, invented the top-selling board game 'Holiday', and writes a monthly column in the RACV magazine, Royalauto.
Interviewees (please paste in contents): Peter Janson Prince Leonard of Hutt Alan Jones Bob Katter John Hoerner Tim Jarvis Ronnie Burns Colin Lovitt David Helfgott Peter Russell-Clarke Tim Costello Carl Barron Gerry Harvey Neil Jenman Shannon Bennett Bob McMahon Alan Hopgood Wolf Blass Jonathan Welch Stephen Mayne Ian Kiernan Denniss Lillee (TBC)