— Bill Shorten (@billshortenmp) May 11, 2017
Mark Colvin, the man who watched the world for Australia ...
One terrific trip filming in the US took us driving from Washington through Delaware, Connecticut, Boston and on to Wisconsin. The story was about patenting genes, but the road trip was dominated by music of the 60s and 70s playing on the hire car radio. Having started at Double J he knew most of the lyrics, and with the film crew in the front, we sang our way to Wisconsin.
He good-naturedly put up with my off-tune notes until we got to Whiter Shade of Pale. When that started, he put his foot down: "Deb, you can ruin the whole canon of the 70s ...
I loved Mark, and loved working with him.
Journalism sent Mark Colvin out into the world, and when he became too ill to travel, it allowed him to keep bringing the world to us ...
Leigh Sales reflects on the life of Mark Colvin
Mark Colvin, it was a privilege to be your friend
Federal budget 2017: Turnbull and Shorten pay tribute to ABC's ...
Mark Colvin was an Australian journalist and broadcaster. Based in Sydney, he was the presenter of PM—one of the flagship Australian radio current affairs programs on the ABC Radio network—from 1997 to 2017. Wikipedia
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Mark Colvin, the man who watched the world for Australia
It's all been bloody marvellous.??? Mark Colvin (@Colvinius) May 11, 2017