It was 1972 when my father interviewed Germaine Greer for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Sydney. I was eight at the time, and although I had heard of his guest, I certainly didn’t have enough interest in what she had to say to actually sit and listen to his programme. But then, I never…
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