Thu 30 June 2016

Tim Elliott is an award winning journalist and staff writer for Fairfax’s Good Weekend magazine.

His latest book is a memoir called Farewell To The Father, an honest and compelling memoir about growing up in a seemingly normal family on Sydney's northern beaches in the ’70s and ’80s with a father suffering from clinical depression.

Tim Elliott reveals the humour and the heartbreak of his childhood with Barry Divola and plays The Haka, Boz Scaggs, The Church and more.

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