Australian radio personality who hosted a successful morning radio talk show for more than three decades. He came out of retirement in 2010 to work on a 2SM network radio program.
He started working in radio in 1953 at 3BO in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.
As a result of his smooth radio voice, he earned the nickname of "The Golden Tonsils."
He was born in Wau, Papua New Guinea. He later married Caroline Laws.
He was named "the broadcaster of the century" by former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating.