04 November 2012

Date: 04/11/2012 Australian

The Gypsy Jack Boggle Show
© Rjn 2012
Theme: Australian
Date: 04/11/2012

The Spinners
The Family of Man.
The Beanies

Jim Jones, Donald of Glencoe (Collected from Mary Byrnes ), Wallaby Track.
Lazy Harry (Beechworth)
The Kellys, Stringy Bark Creek, Dance Set, Farewell to Greta, Edward Kelly.
Anonymous Koori
Boomerang, Kipara, Spirit Chant.
Chris Fraser
Mrs Wilson, Miss You, One of Those Nights, Fire Before the Storm.
Harry Robertson

Casting Off, Processing the Whale, Blubber Laddie, Wee Pot Stove, Queensland Whalers.
Fred Smith

Independence Park, Radio Bougainville, Rolling Thunder, Imogen Parker.
Alan Scott
Patsy Fagan, St Peter (H.Lawson), The Shearer's Dream.
Keith McKenry
The Fire at Ross's farm, Pearce, The Pop Festival.
500 Years On, Living In One World, Murrumbidgee Water.
Cocky's Joy

The Swaggies Have all Waltzed Matilda Away, Bert Jamieson Set, Ethnic Cleansing.
John Dengate
Song of Childhood, The Battle of Castle Hill.
Judy Pinder
The Parting Glass.

This weeks comment: 

What do I think of professional journalists who are deemed award winners at their places of learning who cannot get off their backsides and investigate in the field to obtain the news or public opinion but expect it to be emailed to them?

Particularly when the said journalist further compounded their unprofessional behaviour by displaying a degree of parochialism that would embarass even the most rabid cleric in his local parish.

What has occurred appears to be a training or parochialism that will not allow Australian university trained brain understand that a failure to create protective law within Australia means that the absence of protection in Melbourne or Sydney results in as much if not more in risk occurring in backwaters like the Wimmera. 

What a load of unprofessional knuckle shuffling nonsense. And the newspaper owners think that the public will pay to purchase such newspapers. Come back John Pilger, "all is forgiven" you are needed to further expose/improve the quality of the local training and selective reporting.

Tune in or chew your own ears off.

Next Sunday Celtic theme.