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Ian Holland
24 May 2011 - 4:30am
Well done Lee. You've been around a long time, not too many last so long in what can be an unforgiving industry! I too took a pay cut to get into this business back in 1970. Down from $65 a week as a clerk at the Electricity Commission of NSW to $27 per week at 2VM Moree. Never regretted it though, from day one it's been fun. So many great people, sensational radio stations, and generally, incredibly good time.

Congratulations on your 40 years Lee. You've given a great deal to this industry.
Lee Simon tops 40
Graham Webb
20 May 2011 - 4:30am
Hi Folks...Back in 1966 I was a DJ on both Radio Caroline North and South in Great Britan, having been the South Ships Programme controller the embarresment occured when I was describing the Wedding on th North Ship to some 8 to 10 Million listeners between one of our DJs Mick Luvzit to the sister Janet Terret of one of our other DJs "Ugly" Ray Terret.It wasn't until the Ceremony was all over, when our duty Newsreader, Canadian Gordie Cruse, pulled me aside and said “Do you realise what you said at the pen-ultimate moment before they tied the knot???????” and I said “No, play it to me”…………I was heard to say, “Mick is now placing the ring on Janet Terret’s finger and Janet in turn “places the finger on Mick”……………While this was a great embarresment to me, it is now a part of recorded Radio History.;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;Luv’ WEBBY Who did Gary O'Callaghan call a 21 Son Galloot and why? Radio stories for a good cause
Jason Drummond
13 May 2011 - 4:30am
The questions has to be asked. Are producers of these programs so fixed on getting the scoop that they forget that what the guy was going was illegal? The effect it had on Sydney's commuters was lost in being "FIRST WITH THE STORY"! For gods sake you fools! Listen to the audio... not once did the guys ask "do you realize the effect you having on the people of Sydney. The people who have missed their flights costing them money, the people who got their butts kicked for being late to work. The people who missed that all important meeting, the people who are stranded on Sydney's buses and trains. No.....all they wanted to do was be first with the "scoop". Once again Sydney's media lets Sydney down. Plus did anyone think that this guy may have got his idea from the bloke who dumped a load of dirt on the Harbour Bridge? It was pretty well publicized by Sydney Media.. Bridge protestor stops traffic and talks to Triple M
12 May 2011 - 4:30am
He also got his message across by speaking to the Today Show and Alan Jones. Bridge protestor stops traffic and talks to Triple M
Sarah Collins
9 May 2011 - 4:30am
I was unhappy the column would not appear in the new Guide - it was something I looked forward too each week and would actually give coverage on the changes in the industry. We can never get enough coverage of the medium - the Australian has someone who knows the industry in day, even a small article once a month would be very welcome. SMH drops Monday radio column as part of format changes
Jim Mortimer
29 April 2011 - 4:30am
A lovely guy and a sad loss. He was a true professional even to the end.
Four weeks ago he was lacking the strength to complete a voicover session, and apologised profusely. He vowed to come back and have another try when his health improved.
Tim really cared about his craft and he will be missed.
Vale Tim Elliott
Ian Holland
29 April 2011 - 4:30am
How this wonderful man will be missed. In this modern day era of light voices and senteneces always ending in upward inflections, we can ill afford to lose people like Tim Elliott. Tim was what voice artistry is all about. Painting a picture, creating emotion, selling a product. He was just so good.

We'll all miss you Tim, may you rest in peace.
Vale Tim Elliott
Matt Lygoe
28 April 2011 - 4:30am
Legend. Vale Tim Elliott
Mark Flanagan
19 April 2011 - 4:30am
Eurovision - the one music event that I look forward to each year to see what new music appears, and what one of Australia's major networks will start playing the following week. SBS Radio goes digital in Dusseldorf
David Rogerson
18 April 2011 - 4:30am
Big D - we're thinking of you. Stay larger than life and you'll pull through ! Big Darrell Eastlake in fight for life


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