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Presenters & Shows

Bob Rogers

Bob Rogers started out as a disc jockey in Brisbane building a huge following before coming to Sydney to present Australia's first Top 40 show on 2UE. Over the next 8 years Bob was the top radio DJ in Australia.

In 1962 Bob joined 2SM, and together they created the Good Guys. The station jumped to number 1. In 1964 Bob was chosen to represent his network on the legendary tour by the Beatles through Europe, Asia and Australia where Bob became known as "the fifth Beatle".

Johnny Young

Johnny Young has an intimate knowledge of Australian music of the 1960s as he was one of this country’s biggest pop stars of the era. Johnny had a number one hit with the double-A-side, ‘Step Back’ and ‘Caralyn’ in 1966. In 1967 he hosted The Go!! Show, following the resignation of Ian Turpie. Johnny won a Logie Award for Best Teen Personality in 1967 for his work on The Go!! Show. He released covers of the Everly Brothers’ hits ‘When Will I Be Loved?’/ ‘Kiss Me Now’ as another double-A-sided single which peaked at number three.

Gareth McCray OAM

Join Magic 2CH and Gareth McCray at Breakfast from 6 to 10am every weekday.  

Gareth has a long history with Magic 2CH. He first worked with us in 1980 for a number of years on the Drive Program and then came back to us in 2003 after having worked on air at many other Sydney stations including 2GB, 2UE, 2SM, 2KM and 2KY. He is a graduate of Sydney University with a B.A, M.A and Dip Ed., and currently completing a Doctorate.

The Elvis Presley Show

Born in Tupelo Mississippi in 1935 Elvis Aaron Presley is the biggest selling single artist of all time with sales in excess of 600 million records.

Elvis is said by many to have been the world's first rock  star. He is regarded as one of the most important figures of 20th-century popular culture. Nominated for 14 competitive Grammys, he won three, and received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award at age 36.

Kel Richards

“Sunday Night with Kel Richards”

Between 8pm and midnight (Sydney time) on Sundays, Kel Richards presents a weekly talk show packed full of helpful information, expert guests, topical interviews, and your questions and comments on the open line.

Kel is a well know author, journalist and broadcaster who has been part of the Sydney radio scene since the invention of electricity (or so he claims!) In the past Kel has hosted his own top rating evening show on 2GB, the ABC’s daily radio current affairs show “AM”, and the popular “Word Watch” show about words and language.


For the past 30 years “Night Song” has been a favourite with 2CH listeners—a place to go on a Sunday night for music of hope and inspiration.

Dave Ferguson

Having attended school in Frankston, and then DJ'd at a local roller skating rink, Dave first broadcast as a commercial radio announcer at age 17.

Dave has worked in Metropolitan stations in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne, along with a large part of his career in Bendigo, achieving one of his then personal goals, joining the legendary 3XY on his 21st birthday !

Ward Everaardt

Ward first became excited about radio while working in the same building as 3AW whilst working for Muzak - background music systems (what you hear in lifts and foyers etc).  Eager to break into the industry, Ward took the advice of an announcer and joined Clark Sinclair's Radio School.

Glenn Ridge

Glenn Ridge’s career in the broadcast industry began well before he  became a  house hold name in 1991 as host  of the Nine Network’s Sale of the Century, a position he held for over 11 consecutive years. 

Steve Walter

Steve Walter has been, well...everywhere. This year, he celebrates 18 years in radio, so he's still a baby. Steve grew up on music from the 60's, 70's and 80's - and as far as he's concerned, that's all he needs. A huge fan of classic hits growing up, Steve now finds himself on the station he loves playing the music he loves.

60s at 6

The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, The Supremes, Roy Orbison... the list goes on and on!

Join us every weeknight from 6pm for an hour of the best music from the swinging 60s!

70s at 7

Fleetwood Mac, Elton John, Billy Joel, Carole King... This decade demands an hour all to itself!
Join us from 7pm weeknights from the best music from the 1970s.

Donna Lynch

Donna started on radio in the Snowy Mountains of NSW and has also worked in Canberra and Brisbane, working in all areas of the media from TV and Press to Radio, she has hosted a children’s TV show in Canberra, worked for Channel 9 in Brisbane as a reporter for a lifestyle program and was one of the original hosts on the Queensland edition of the Footy show.