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ISBN:
0002570424
Author:
Roger Cook
Category:
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Language:
English
Publisher:
Harpercollins Pub Ltd (October 1, 1999)
Pages:
320 pages
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A Public Statement About Roger Cook's book Dangerous Ground and his continued victimisation of The Sorcerer's Apprentice by promoting the false idea of a conspiracy against himself"

A Public Statement About Roger Cook's book Dangerous Ground and his continued victimisation of The Sorcerer's Apprentice by promoting the false idea of a conspiracy against himself". Will Roger Cook ever apologise for what he did to others in his mad dash for TV sensationalism and especially against this one innocent Leeds man? I believe this book is dreadful, inaccurate and should be removed from the shelves.

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Roger Cook (born 6 April 1943) is a BAFTA award winning retired investigative journalist and television broadcaster. His parents were New Zealanders, but he was brought up in Australia and began his career with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation as a reporter and newsreader on both radio and television

This hard-hitting biography of renowned TV investigator, Roger Cook, reveals how Cook and his team exposed a breadth of institutional incompetencies, bad law, injustices and naked criminalty.

This hard-hitting biography of renowned TV investigator, Roger Cook, reveals how Cook and his team exposed a breadth of institutional incompetencies, bad law, injustices and naked criminalty. Format Audio cassette.

Investigative journalist Roger Cook told Radio 5 live's Tony Livesey about putting his life on the line to get the story

Investigative journalist Roger Cook told Radio 5 live's Tony Livesey about putting his life on the line to get the story. Life as an investigative journalist Jump to media player Investigative journalist Roger Cook told Radio 5 live's Tony Livesey about putting his life on the line to get the story. More Dangerous Ground' takes a fascinating look behind the scenes of The Cook Report and offers a provocative insight into what makes Roger Cook tick. Author: Roger Cook,Howard Foster. Publisher: Harpercollins Pub Limited.

Roger Cook has published several books including an autobiography, Dangerous Ground, and was interviewed about his book, Roger Cook's Ten Greatest Con-Men (co-written with Tim Tate) on Radio 5 Live on Monday . .

Roger Cook has published several books including an autobiography, Dangerous Ground, and was interviewed about his book, Roger Cook's Ten Greatest Con-Men (co-written with Tim Tate) on Radio 5 Live on Monday 5 November 2007, on the Stephen Nolan show. In October 2011 he released a fully revised and updated autobiography More Dangerous Ground.

We support on-the-ground, in-depth reporting that speaks truth to power.

On the morning of January 2, 2017 Nikki found the TV was left on overnight, the lights. We support on-the-ground, in-depth reporting that speaks truth to power. Now, more than ever, we can't let those calling us "enemies of the people" deter fearless reporting.

In 25 years of investigative reporting, Roger Cook has been knocked unconscious a dozen times, hospitalized on almost thirty occasions, and has had 23 bones broken by those who have resented his ruthless persistence - or just objected to the fact that he exists at all. He was born 6 April 1943 in New Zealand. His father - a timid man afraid of attack from Japanese submarines rumoured to have been sighted in Auckland harbour - soon found refuge and a new start for his family in Sydney, Australia. If anything was going to prepare Roger Cook for what he was to become, it was growing up in the Australia of the 1950s - a melting-pot of different nationalities, scarred by the war, and with an unsophisticated and sometimes brutal education system. After school and college he found his broadcasting feet at a Sydney commercial radion station, moving on to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. He then emigrated to Britain to tackle BBC radio, where he prospered at "The World at One". his brainchild however was "Checkpoint", which became the most popular programme on Radio 4 after "Today". Cook and his team exposed a breadth of institutional incompetencies, bad law, injustices and naked criminalty. This is his life story.