Writer, broadcaster and poet Clive James dead at 80

published 1 week ago by ABC News and Current Affairs

Clive James always said he was first and foremost a writer, and there is no question he was prolific. His work included TV reviews; several autobiographies, starting with the famous 'Unreliable Memoirs'; poetry and the scripts for his many TV shows. The Australian-born raconteur, who remained the kid from Kogarah despite spending most of his life in the UK, has died at the age of 80.

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