I met Charles Wooley when I was in line to be his producer on what’s now called the Triple M regional radio network.
Smart guy, good interviewer, wasn’t going to leave Tasmania for a big radio job, so they built out the Hobart studios to accomodate him.
I never took the gig, but I was impressed that someone could love where they live so much to the chagrin of a radio job.
In the Sunday Tasmanian today:
“But here I am, after a lifetime travelling the world and interviewing prime ministers, presidents and dictators, now about to engage as deputy mayor of Sorell in what is so often considered the lowly third tier of Tasmanian government.”