Michael Charlton

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The first ever broadcast of ABC Television - presented by Michael Charlton, 5 November 1956.

Michael Charlton (born 1 May 1927) is an Australian-born British journalist and broadcaster. He was born in Sydney. He worked for the BBC in the United Kingdom for many years.[1]

In 1961 he was the inaugural presenter of Four Corners, an Australian current affairs programme. In 1963 he was the recipient of the Australian Gold Logie award.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Charlton brothers in same show". The Age. 8 September 1966. Retrieved 17 December 2012.
  2. "Gold Logie Winners", All Down Under