Boned

Boned After twenty years at Australia s number one commercial TV station the feisty and talented Kate Corish is at the top of her game She s come a long way since her days as a starry eyed journalism gradu

  • Title: Boned
  • Author: Anonymous
  • ISBN: 9780718105006
  • Page: 270
  • Format: None
  • After twenty years at Australia s number one commercial TV station, the feisty and talented Kate Corish is at the top of her game She s come a long way since her days as a starry eyed journalism graduate and has outwitted many who would have stood in her way Now she s host of her own top rating current affairs show, and her career looks secure.But in the blokey world ofAfter twenty years at Australia s number one commercial TV station, the feisty and talented Kate Corish is at the top of her game She s come a long way since her days as a starry eyed journalism graduate and has outwitted many who would have stood in her way Now she s host of her own top rating current affairs show, and her career looks secure.But in the blokey world of TV, being a woman can be a distinct disadvantage Kate s use by date aka her fortieth birthday is approaching and rumours that management intends to bone her are flying thick and fast The opening salvo has already been fired in the press Kate knows her boss, the Machiavellian Mike Ripley, is behind the campaign.So should Kate just accept her fate or should she try to play Ripley and the rest of the boys at their own game

    One thought on “Boned”

    1. This is a book detailing the rise and the career of Kate Corish, a journalist and later 'anchor-woman' of a commercial TV station in Australia. It is said to be fiction, with resemblance to people, living or dead, coincidental. However, it is obvious that this is a real story, of a woman talented and beautiful enough to make it in a very competitive world, who arrived at the 'use-by' date of forty, when her looks began to fade, and she was then 'boned,' her career assassinated. A friend and age- [...]

    2. Only read this as I was trying to work out who wrote it Rather self indulgent memoir masquerading as fiction

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