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Peter James Ablegam (born January 19, 1944) is a Bancairn journalist, radio and TV presenter, as well as a biographer. He is known for his long career at the RBC and numerous historical and biographical works.

Early life[]

Peter Ablegam was born in Farnham. His father, David Ablegam, was a refinery engineer employed by the NAPC, and his mother a talented radio reporter by the name of Francesca Highton.

Republica Broadcasting Corporation[]

Apprenticeship[]

Having left college, Ablegam entered an apprenticeship as production assistant at the RBC in 1960. He first started working full-time editor for political talk-show "Republic & People" in 1964.

Career[]

Television[]

Ablegam then patiently climbed the very rigid pyramid that RBC was during the 1970s and 1980s and finally became a full-time reporter and newscaster. In 1987, when he was on the publishing board of RBC, Ablegam created "Let's play History!", a historical didactic TV program presented by Mark Ranson and Liz Wright,which first aired in the Summer of 1991, and has been described as "cult" by many Cairns.

Radio[]

He also worked for the Bancairn Radio from 1971 to 1989.

Literature[]

Peter Ablegam has become a popular figure of Bancairn contemporary literature, notably for his work on biographies of the Howard family politicans, as well as a historian. He has written several books,of which the most famous are:

  • 1980-1989: The Decennia, 1989 (with Lawrence Fewty)
  • The Randall Scandal, 1997
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