Bob Rogers looks back at his remarkable life in Conversations

In the latest episode of Conversations with Richard Fidler, Sarah Kanowski, Bob Rogers looks back on his remarkable seven decades on air.
Bob grew up in country Victoria in a 2-room home with a dirt floor, and when he first started broadcasting, John Curtin was Prime Minister and Australia was still at war.
He presented Australia’s first Top 40 show, and in 1964 was sent to London to join The Beatles as they made their way to Australia for their one and only Australian tour, and only ended his broadcasting career in 2020 after an astonishing seven decades on air. 




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