The generosity of Bud Tingwell is burned into Melbourne history. His acting, directing and advocacy of the Arts is part of our cultural milieu. Bud offers (in his resonate tone) in this exquisite narrative an up-close-and-personal with a truly enjoyable lilt. From his childhood memories of his grandmother's advice, "that's just people being human" through to his work with the D-generation in "Charlie the Wonder dog" and the "Castle", his warmth and his signature "good will" is in every page. If you miss Bud - this will remind you of why - and reinforce his place in your heart.
This text should be on the university reading lists in all faculties. Its applications and insights are without borders.
This is a compelling listen with great warmth, sardonic humour, and cutting perceptions about a life observed.
Fisher has the art of observation nailed; of others and herself she can sum up a complex situation in a sentence. The more complex ones, in a word.
The exasperation of her life predicaments.
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