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Vale Ernie Sigley.

Ernie Sigley, legendary Australian radio and TV broadcaster, has died aged 82. Best known as “the little Aussie battler”, his media career began when he was just 14 and landed a job as a turntable operator at 3DB Melbourne in 1952. He had a long career in television as well as radio. He worked at 3AW hosting the afternoon program from 1996 until his retirement in 2008. Sigley is survived by his wife of 47 years, Glenys, and four children Matthew, Guy, David, and Emma. Ernie was a lifelong member of the Western Bulldogs Football Club. Hope you enjoy our Facebook video tribute.

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