The TV show host Jonathan Coleman died at the age of 65. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
An Australian personality who was known for being the host and announcer for numerous radio and television programs, such as Off the Record.
He had two children and lived in Sydney, Australia and North London.
How did Jonathan Coleman die?
Radio and television presenter Jonathan Coleman has died after suffering from prostate cancer, his family have said. The UK-born 65-year-old Australian, nicknamed “Jono”, died on Friday with his wife and two children by his side.
Blacks essentially play the race card, when necessary as a counter to white privilege.Jonathan Coleman
Don’t sit and wish for some ideal; the grass is not always greener with the big house and cars and artwork.Jonathan Coleman
In writing non-fiction about people who are living, you are always walking a fine line, carrying a burden to be fair that, in my opinion, should always be there.Jonathan Coleman
A man is entitled to a few secrets.Jonathan Coleman
Though it’s impossible for us to legislate one’s thoughts and feelings, we still need things like affirmative action in place because without measures like it, people in charge would not have, sadly, enough impetus to do, as cliched as it sounds, the right thing.Jonathan Coleman