“Unwavering commitment to listeners and the Southern Highlands”: Graeme Day marks 40 years in radio

On Friday June 28th 2024 2ST morning announcer Graeme Day celebrated 40 years on air for ARN and 25 years at 2ST in the Southern Highlands.

Graeme’s career has earned him many accolades including the New Voice of Australasia, Best Country Talk Personality, and Best Radio Station Promotion awards. Day is also a tireless community advocate with his efforts recognised with the prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship Award from Rotary Australia, their highest honour for community service. Additionally, Graeme was previously nominated for Australian of the Year, reflecting his significant impact on the community.

Day broadcast to the troops during the Gulf War and was part of the media team that covered Sydney’s winning bid for the 2000 Olympic Games.

2ST said they are proud to celebrate Graeme Day’s remarkable contributions to radio and the community. His unwavering commitment to his listeners and his community sets a high standard for all to follow. They look forward to many more years of his engaging broadcasts and community involvement. His passion and dedication to radio is truly inspiring.

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