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John Laws Celebrates 70 Years On Radio

November 4 1953 marked the debut of John Laws radio career.  He began on 3BO Bendigo before moving to Sydney and in 1957 he commenced the first of four terms at 2SM.  He also had long stints at 2UE, 2GB and 2UW. Since 2011 he’s presented the morning program on 2SM and the Super Radio Network.  He was interviewed on The Two Murrays Program on 2GB and 4BC.  

Click on this link to hear interview on The Two Murrays. (Thanks for the kind words guys!)

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  1. Look forward to catching up on The Two Murrays interview.
    I have Murray Olds to thank for special memories in my broadcasting and journalism career including the wonderful people that I had the opportunity to work with.
    In addition to the honour of being part of the 2UE News team in 1991, was the time I got to share with the Great Man, John Laws!
    It began making a cuppa with John and the subsequent chats we would have – wow, I still feel humbled by the time I had with him to talk about Newcastle radio and our breakfast legend, Pat Barton, who I also worked with.
    John, congratulations on your latest milestone and catch you on air via 2HD when the opportunity allows!
    Kind regards
    Garry Blair


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