Foreign Correspondents is an inside look at
the frontline of international journalism.
Between them, Liam Jeory and Cameron
Bennett covered many of the world’s hotspots in
the six years they worked as foreign correspon-
dents for TVNZ.
They tell the stories behind the stories –
what it was like seeing the Berlin Wall breached
for the first time, the euphoria surrounding
elections that saw the end of the USSR and
apartheid in South Africa, the horrors of two
wars in Bosnia and the Gulf, the heartbreaking
realities of life in Somalia and of orphans in
Romania, and the frustrations of covering World
They reveal what it is like to land seemingly
impossible jobs, how they negotiate their way
out of dangerous situations and what it is like to
compete with the world’s best film crews to get
Foreign Correspondents is an emotional,
amusing, and compelling view of what it is like
to be on the cutting edge of world news.
Hodder Moa Beckett 1996 Hardcover, 1996. Very good to as new condition with the exception of a previous owners name at the top of the first inside page. Signed 223 pages.