It's been fourteen years since millions of people around the world mourned the death of cricketing legend Sir Donald Bradman. It was a form of fame that dismayed him during his lifetime and continues to impact on his family to this day. Now, Sir Donald Bradman's granddaughter Greta Bradman is herself standing on the threshold of international stardom as a soprano and protégée of Richard Bonynge. In finally embracing the spotlight, she is coming to terms with her own ambivalence about public life, saying that it's time for the family 'to come out of the shadows a little more'. Join us for an exclusive two part program as Greta Bradman, her father John and her other members of her extended family discuss the cost of fame, a shared love of classical music and living life with a famous surname.
3 August 2015 (Australia)
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