Reliable Memoirs

Over the Top with Jim received a kind word from Finch Publishing in Sydney which awards a $10,000 prize each year for an unpublished memoir.

Interviewed by Kelly Higgins-Devine on 612 ABC Local Radio (Monday 12 October 2015) publisher Rex Finch said that Hugh Lunn’s Over the Top with Jim (still in print) “was phenomenal in terms of its breadth of appeal.…

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The State of Origin Musical is on stage November 2019

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King Wally Lewis and his best mate Gene Miles turned up unannounced at rehearsals  to see what State of Origin The Musical was all about.
They stayed for an hour.
After one rousing song Gene Miles leapt out of his seat and shouted: “Give me the ball, I’m gonna take it up!”
All the actors said it was a thrill – but also rather intimidating – to meet the real men.…

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25th anniversary of Over the Top with Jim

November 2014 is a time to CELEBRATE. On the 13th it will be 25 years since the Berlin Wall came down – and the launch of Over the Top with Jim at the Boomerang Theatre, Annerley in Brisbane. Yet, while some say “books have the shelf life of yoghurt”, Over the Top is still in print today with ABC Books – and is now included in The Big Book of Lunn along with its sequel Head Over Heels.

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Vietnam spy secret from 1980 told now in 2014

My book Vietnam: A Reporter’s War (first published 1985 and still in print) tells the story of me and my friend Pham Ngoc Dinh. In the book Dinh revealed that his Saigon journalist friend Pham Xuan An, a correspondent for TIME Magazine between 1966 and the end of the War in 1975, was all the time a Viet Cong Colonel (after the war he was promoted to General).…

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Milton Tennis Memories YouTube

Click on each name to watch tennis greats talking to Hugh Lunn and Peter Rasey on YouTube. Ashley Cooper won Wimbledon age 21 and married Miss Australia, Helen Wood. He names Llew Hoad as the best player he came up against.…

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All those who donated

To all those who donated to the Kenny Fletcher bust, please watch the following YouTube films and then visit the statue at the Queensland Tennis Centre at Tennyson, Brisbane. It has been placed on a plinth in Ken Fletcher Park close to the coffee shop, close to the entrance to Pat Rafter Arena.…

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