Those lost to radio in 2021



Vale Tony James



Former 2GB Executive Producer Niahm Kenny has passed away.

Niamh had been ill for some time and had been in hospital in recent weeks



Radio legend, John Brennan OAM, affectionately known as Brenno, passed away suddenly at his retirement village home early on Friday night.

Vale Michael Gudinski




If it’s true that “Nice Guys Come Last” no one told Tony Moltzen.

He’d been Sales Manager and General Manager for long stints at 2SM, 2WS and 2UE, all hugely successful stations on his watch.


Vale Sir William Allen





One of ABC Classic’s longest-serving presenters, Bob Maynard, passed away last Friday.

Vale Bob Fulton

Vale George Zangalis



Former AFTRS stalwart Joan Sharry has passed away. 



Radio and TV personality, Jonathan Coleman, has died, peacefully at home, from prostate cancer, aged 65.

Vale Andy Glitre




Former 3AW and 3LO presenter Ernie Sigley has died from complications related to Alzheimers.

Vale Brian Henderson


Vale Philip Satchell



Vale a true gentleman of the broadcast industry




Vale Chris Kearns



Former 3AW presenter, Dean Banks, was co-host of the Breakfast program with Ross Stevenson from 1990 to 2000.


Brad McNally

Brad McNally grew up in Toronto, Canada, and had a distinguished career with CFNY before travelling the world to take up positions in Finland, Sweden and Ireland before making Australia home.

Stations he worked at here include 6PR, 96FM, Gold FM, The Edge and Hot Tomato




Vale Glenn Daniel

Paul B. Kidd, best known for his 20 years as co-host of the George and Paul Show with George Moore.



Vale radio gardening host Peter Cundall