Philip Greene -- voice of soccer and man of principle
Published 16/05/2011 | 05:00
PHILIP Greene, who died yesterday, was not only a legendary broadcaster but also a fine creative writer and a man of principle.
While his broadcasting achievements are well known and are safely stored in RTE's archives, his earlier work as a writer of popular stories for boys is less well known.
Written in the late 1940s, they featured a fictional Irish school and were probably offered as a counterbalance to the popular Billy Bunter and Tom Merry books by Frank Richards.