In 1995, journalist and author Roland Perry wrote to Sir Donald Bradman requesting an interview for a biography he was planning of the great cricketer. Surprisingly, the Don agreed. It was the start of a conversation that continued for years, during which the real Bradman shone, not only as a great sportsman but musician, brilliant thinker and humourist with a fondness for tea and a Scotch or two. In Tea and Scotch with Bradman, Perry paints an intimate and revealing portrait of the man many regard as the greatest Australian cricketer of all time.
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Perry, Roland, 1946-
Tea and scotch with Bradman / Roland Perry ; photography, Dean Golja.
Sydney, NSW : ABC Books, HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 
x, 335 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
"Discovering the man behind the legend"--Cover.
Bradman, Donald, Sir, 1908-2001.
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