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It's nudging sixty years since Phillip Adams' by-line first appeared in an Australian newspaper. As an atheist and contrarian, he's been annoying people ever since. Gough Whitlam calls him 'Australia's most perceptive social critic'. Robert Manne says he's 'perhaps the most remarkable broadcaster in this country's history'. As well as lots of books and TV series, Adams' dozen feature films include The Adventures of Barry McKenzie and Don's Party. He has chaired many government bodies, won lots of awards, attracted many enemies and remains hyperactive.

Books by Phillip Adams

Backstage Politics
More Pocket Jokes
The Penguin Book of Jokes from the Net
The Penguin Book of All-new Australian Jokes
What a Joke!
The Penguin Book of More Australian Jokes
Pocket Jokes