Malcolm Boyes


Malcolm Boyes broke into journalism in London’s Fleet Street and by the age of twenty-one was news editor for Britain’s prestigious Fleet Street News Agency. When the BBC launched “Radio London”, Boyes was hired as a reporter, filing live and taped reports. One year later, Lord Lew Grade signed Boyes to head the drama publicity department for his ATV Network.
After two years with ATV “The National Enquirer” brought Boyes to America. After working on both coasts for the paper, Boyes struck out alone. With the backing of a top literary agent, Boyes interviewed stars from John Wayne to Cher, Clint Eastwood and President Ford for magazine articles syndicated worldwide.
Next, Boyes took the challenging job of west coast bureau chief and show business columnist for “The Star” before leaving to work as a special correspondent for Time Inc’s “People” magazine.
Within two years Boyes was also working for “Cable News Network” as an on air show business columnist, then as a movie reviewer, celebrity reporter and producer. Boyes next joined “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" as editorial director, co writing and formatting the show and appearing as an on air reporter for five seasons. Boyes coined the show’s catchphrase “Champagne wishes and caviar dreams”.
Looking for a new challenge Boyes joined King World’s “Inside Edition” as deputy bureau chief, reporter and producer.
Boyes left “Inside Edition” to become senior west coast producer and deputy bureau chief for “A Current Affair”, winning a “Genesis” award. Boyes went to “Extra” before joining Paramount TV’s “Hard Copy” as senior segment director. Boyes then joined Paramount’s “REAL TV" as a writer/producer. Boyes helped launch Paramount’s “The Insider” and then worked for “Entertainment Tonight”. Recently he has shot on location for “ The Travel Channel”, “ Discovery”,” The History Channel”, “Spike TV” and many other networks.
Boyes has also been involved in his own projects hosting and co producing interactive CD ROMs and videos for Sigma Designs, Micropolis, Hewlett Packard and other top companies. Boyes has won three “Telly” awards and an “Aegis” award. Boyes and his wife Candace now split their time between Tortola in the British Virgin Islands and Sonoma, California.
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Manpot's Tales of the Tropics
Price: $8.95 USD. Words: 16,630. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » By region, Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire
(4.50 from 4 reviews)
Drift on Caribbean tradewinds through white sand beaches and ramshackle bars where we meet a gang of colourful characters that thrive in those little latittudes. From Hollywood superstars Michael Jackson and Marlon Brando to local legends Big Red the Gangster, Johnnie One Nut, Bomba and Quito Rymer get carried away by stories too strange and funny to be fiction. You just can't make this stuff up.

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