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Like many broadcasters - Ross was a lawyer for a short period of time before realising the error of his ways. Honing his skills on community radio, Ross joined the on-air team at 3AW on his way to becoming Australia's number one breakfast presenter.
John started his career in law practicing as a barrister for 22 years. In the 1980s most of his cases were resolved by lunchtime - so after work he would gather up any willing participants and go to lunch.
Gerard Healy played 130 games with Melbourne from 1979 to 1985 and then 81 with Sydney from 1986 to 1990. He won the 1988 Brownlow Medal but was forced into retirement at just 29 because of a wrist injury.
Dwayne began writing for The Age and The Geelong Advertiser newspapers in 1989 whilst playing AFL Football for Geelong. He began working in radio for K-Rock in 1990 and spent five years at the ABC before joining 3AW in 2002.
Bruce won a junior announcer's competition at radio 3UZ in 1960. The prize was 100 pounds and a week on the air. Bruce joined radio 3KZ in 1962 as a panel operator and late night announcer (not much has changed).
Phillip Brady went straight from Xavier College to Channel Nine in 1958. He spent 13 Years at the station working on In Melbourne Tonight - appearing in commercials and comedy sketches with Graham Kennedy as well as compering the show.
At 28 and a half years of age Andrew McLaren signed up for a radio-training course with Bob Taylor and got a start at 7HT Hobart and lurched through 3GL, 3AW, 3DB, 3MP, Magic693 and now, after many years back again at 3AW!
Diane 'Dee Dee' Dunleavy went into the pages of Australian radio history in 2011 when she notched up 25 years on-air including 12-years hosting the the GOLD104.3 breakfast show with her on-air partner 'Grubby'.
Justin Smith has been a producer and familiar voice on the Neil Mitchell program for the last 10 years. He's been a part of some of Neil's biggest stories, which has seen him win the Best Commercial Radio Producer three years running.
Bruce started in journalism on The Herald newspaper in 1986 and has been covering AFL football since 1988. He hosts and calls 3AW's Saturday Night Football on 3AW and heads up the station's cricket coverage.
Dr Sally Cockburn, known in the media also as Dr Feelgood, is Australia's leading health communicator. She is a GP with over 25 years experience as a medical practitioner and over 18 years as a media presenter on TV, radio and in print.
Nick spent seven years as the United States Correspondent for Channel Nine, covering five Academy Awards, the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, Pat Rafter's two US Open victories and the election of George W Bush.
John-Michael Howson is a writer of hit stage musicals, an author, journalist and commentator who covered the international film scene for 25 years interviewing scores of top names, including those who rarely consent to interviews.
Bill Kusznirczuk is 3AW's resident urban planning expert appearing on Morning, Afternoon and Drive programs. Bill gives advice on urban planning issues across Australia and spent more than 20 years fighting and winning urban planning battles. Read more.
David is a keen recreational fisher of more than forty years. A Director of Futurefish Foundation, he has a passion to promote fishing through the media and after hosting his own community radio show for several years, joined 3AW in 2009.
Paul is one of the most recognised anglers on TV these days with his programme IFISH reaching audiences throughout the world. Paul has been a regular reporter on 3AW Fishing for more than 10 years and took over co-hosting duties in 2009.
Dean Jones wrote the book on one-day cricket - literally. He played a new game in which he walked down the pitch to fast bowlers, ran frenetically between wickets and turned fielding into an attacking occupation.
Richard Arnold is 3AW's US Correspondent, and can be heard every day on 3AW Drive with Tom Elliott and also as the chief reporter of all US events for 3AW Radio's news bulletins. Richard began in radio after earning two degrees at Sydney University.
Film historian, presenter, writer, publicist and film restoration and preservationist, James Sherlock, has been a cinema industry veteran for over four decades, beginning in 1964, at a number of Melbourne's most revered Picture Palaces.