The Camera Never Blinks Twice: The Further Adventures of a Television Journalist

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Thorndike Press, 1995 - Performing Arts - 677 pages
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The TV journalist recounts his return to Vietnam, describes his interview with Saddam Hussein, and relates his encounter with Mikhail Gorbachev

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THE CAMERA NEVER BLINKS TWICE: The Further Adventures of a Television Journalist

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The CBS anchorman tells of his globe-trotting moments—good yarns, though they're not exactly representative of his usual daily work behind a desk. As in their previous book (The Camera Never Blinks ... Read full review

The camera never blinks twice: the further adventures of a television journalist

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Since writing the first volume of his memoirs, Rather has ascended to the anchor chair of The CBS Evening News. Most of this volume, however, is devoted to his "adventures" as a reporter in the field ... Read full review


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