He may not have part-ownership of 2GB anymore, but it hasn’t stopped John Singleton giving his views on the latest ratings result for Nine’s Sydney flagship.
Singleton has told The Australian that he has five words for 2GB’s latest custodian, Nine’s Tom Malone: “Full marks for balls, Malone!”
He said he would not have risked losing Alan Jones, but concedes that in the latest survey the Jones Factor was non-existent.
Singo also had plenty to say on the retirement of 93 year old Bob Rogers from 2CH, suggesting that maybe Bill Caralis and radio’s Super Network, based out of 2SM, could keep him on air, saying “Bob is the Bill Collins of music. 2SM could do much, much worse than have Bob Rogers and John Laws back together.”
2CH have announced that Bob Rogers will not be replaced, and his program Reminiscing will retire with Bob, as a mark of respect to his legendary career.
In it’s place next week Stardust will launch on Saturdays 6pm to midnight, without a host .