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I don't know whether Wayne mentioned me to you but I have been liaising with him for the past couple of years since I tripped over him on the internet. I actually finally got to meet him a couple of weeks ago when he was in Sydney. We both went to dinner with one of my Sydney Uni Psychology Professors, who is a bit of a Radio buff and also an old 2SM-o-phile, who has been Bob Rogers' unofficial research assistant lately.
My Dad was Bill Stephenson who was the General Manager of 2SM in its earlier heyday in the 60s and the one who started the whole 2SM ball rolling, getting it up to No 1 against all odds, with such drawbacks as being owned by the Catholic Church, having an audience of 0 when he started, and being at the wrong end of the dial.
He started his radio career at 2UE in the 40s after being with the Railways Department since he left school! He started at 2SM in the 50s and the rest is history! Out of this I now have a commission to write my old school history, and a paid research assistant job for another book, so Dad is still on the backburner, but I still keep gathering info.
The years after he retired which was in were all a bit daunting so it was wonderful to see the whole thing laid out so beautifully. If you would like a copy of my paper for your records - please let me know. I got a HD! It was a great experience but strange to be talking about 2SM over there! Dad had a lot to do with Radio Ratings and had even showed the yanks a thing or two as Radio in Oz was more advanced than in the US in his time.
They had been devastated by the introduction of TV, but we had had time to learn from their mistakes. Dad got an OBE for his services to broadcasting but because he was "behind the scenes" was not so well known as the DJs. Just about anyone who is anyone in Radio now still fondly recall their dealings with Dad. A great lot of the the names you refer to all got their start because of Dad and his enthusiasm and encouragement in the early days!
When he retired the 'techos' put together a video of his life at 2SM with a theme of Farewell Uncle Bill You know we love you still sung to the tune of Farewell Auntie Jack if you remember it? There's lots of priceless footage and stills of the 'olden' days with some young photos of the early Good Guys including your hero Ian MacRae.
Lovely fella isn't he? Screenscound now have a copy for posterity! My paper covers the 40s, 50s and 60s and you seem to have picked up right were I began fizzling out Kind regards Anne Smith. Wed, 13 Nov Hi Debbie. I've just been pointed to your 2SM site by radio consultant David Rogerson who currently, would you believe, is in Barcelona.
Congratulations on a terrific job. It's obviously taken a lot of work and time. Like a lot of the stuff from that era it was never kept as far as I know.
We didn't for a second believe at the time that our comedy stuff would still have a use all these years down the track so we'd usually just tape over it with new stuff. Heck, it was just a radio show! By the way, if you'd like to subscribe to my free e-letter The Radio Wave which goes out to radio people world-wide every three weeks just send a blank email to: You can see back issues at: Thur, 14 Nov Hi Debbie, Congratulations on a fantastic site!
My good mate Wayne Mac alerted me to your efforts some weeks ago, and, well I thought it about time to say 'well done'. I, like you, have a great fondness if that's the right word for that once great icon of Australian broadcasting. In fact, I worked there briefly in '75 as a 'cart boy' and part time driver of the 'Denim Bugs' remember them?
I became a devotee during the 'Good Guy' era of the mid 60's. The station went a bit 'wobbly' towards the end of the decade by doing the 'King Radio' format, and, after a bit of 'talkback' for a while, good programming sense prevailed!
I remember vividly when 2SM changed to the 'More Music' format at the end of Now this was something else! And so into the 70's we went!
I, like every other radio 'wannabe', would front up to Clarence Street during school holidays and stand transfixed watching the guys on air, just wishing one of them would invite me into the studio. Somehow, watching an announcer sit in front of a computer screen today doesn't hold the same fascination!
But, back to your site. I guess the temptation for a lot of people when they instigate a similar project is to 'set and forget'. I've seen numerous 'tribute' sites that, once they're up and running, never get updated.
Yours seems to be an constant 'work in progress'. I think you've done a marvellous job and I commend you for taking the time to document this piece of broadcasting history. Best regards, Gregg Sinclair. Wed, 27 Nov Hi Debbie, Graham here I too was a great fan from the late 60's onwards I made many trips there Steve Blanda had something to do with that part!
At the time I was at 2LF Young I stayed for 2 fabulous years Anyway, in after the move to Blues Point Road I was asked to move to 3XY to help do the same sorts of things with their news service too I'm still in Melbourne I was always intending to go back to SM I still come back to Sydney town I'm in the process of selling some of my accumulated memorabilia from 2SM Mon, 9 Dec Vanishing into obscurity.
I really think you have done a great job with your site, it has obviously taken a lot of work. I would like to add some info if you are interested. Alan Steele xxx you dag. Mon, 16 Dec Hi Debbie - I can't believe we have never met then again we probably have! Gordon O'Byrne and Keith Williams have both sent me your stuff and I have had the most amazing hour glancing back at my life. I was Barry Chapman's assistant and assistant to all the jox from about to We sure had a lot of fun in those days.
Yep, I'm nearly ready to retire! It's a sktech of everyone at 2SM published January It's very precious to me - I am in the very middle holding a glass of wine some things never change!
It would be great to meet up with you sometime and re-hash the good times. Your research has certainly made a lot of people happy!
I wish i had more time but I don't so very quickly, for now Unfortunately I was a bit younger than yourself in that time I'm about to turn 35 so I was still in single figures in those days! I went into 3XY, with Dad , I loved all the jocks, Sherbet concerts were the best with Mum , Daryl lives round the corner and is a great mate, I miss Shirley so much, recently ran off some old video memories for some of the Hooks and am about to do the same for the guys from Ol'55 who recently reformed for some killer shows down here!
I went on to do a community radio show based on the magic days of XY I'd play the old jingles and even interviewed Daryl for what became the six hour long History Of Sherbet special, and even then we only got up to the Howzat! I love the way you have kept so much. I too have some of my old concert tickets. Sherbet at Festival Hall on the Photoplay tour with Dragon and Redhouse on pink cardboard is one of my most treasured items.
As I say, I wish I had more time but I will keep checking your website. Long live the 70's! Sat, 4 Jan Hi Debbie, Just thought I would send you a little note to say what a great job you did on your web site.
Even though I am 26, I too can remember the final "heydays" at 2SM. I have always wanted to be a radio DJ, but I am sure you know how the story goes. I was lucky enough to do work experience at 2SM in Its funny how some of your dates remind me of how everything seemed to fall apart that year. Early in , my Mum won the "name the 5 songs" competition on Grant Goulbourn's afternoon program and the prize was a Yamaha CD player.
I still have it and it still works well. As I was in year 10 that year, we had to do 2 weeks of work experience. Naturally, I wanted to go to 2SM, and I was lucky enough to get in. The approval came through in Feburary, but my work experience time was not until October of that year. I can not remember the names myself of all the people who were on air, but I do remember Gareth McGray I think thats how you spell it was doing breakfast and I did run into Tim Webster a few times while I was there.
I really did want to meet Grant Goulbourn, but he had left by then. The thing that did have me chuffed was that you needed a special keytag to gain access to the "DJ floor" other wise you would have to go through reception 1 floor below. There is nothing like sitting in the chair and pushing the buttons while the sun sets and the bridge and city starts to light up.
I share your feelings when you speak about the demise of 2SM. Its a shame that it has now become a "hub" for country station programming. Mind you, I have had a few friends who have managed to get their foot in the door of comercial radio thanks to the new 2SM, three of them still work there today.
Who knows, maybe on day 2SM will get an FM licence like Once again great work - I will spread the link around and check back every now and then to see whats happening. Thu, 16 Jan Hi Debbie Just had a quick look at your 2SM history , and will have a more leisurely look over it later. Wed, 22 Jan Dear Debbie, I was doing some research when I came across your website, Its just wonderful to see so much interesting stuff about 2SM and Ian MacRae, I was one of the crazy people who used to ring him up and tell him jokes etc.
My pseudonym was "Mister Park". I got the "Good News Week" theme going when I rang him one morning complaining about all the bad news at newstime, I suggested using Hedgehoppers annonymous" It's Good News Week" and also suggested getting the listeners to ring in with good news stories.
I have a record by the Rooty Hill R. Another character I remember around that time was "Ken Tuckey" the real estate man, he was very funny as was the Hon Nick etc. I was a 2SM addict too! Fri, 24 Jan Hi Debbie, Ron E was kind enough to forward the link to your website to me after I emailed him with my requests from the 70's!!!
What a brilliant effort! I'm so jealous that you actually went in to the 2SM building and met the DJs! One of my friends from school had a huge crush on Alan Steele, she used to ring him when he was on night shift and talk to him for hours! She went in and met him once, she was underage though! Not sure what the nuns thought of it! He's supposed to be coming out this April Enmore Theatre but nothing confirmed yet. I'll be there front and centre. I remember the night some idiot threw a can at the Opera House stage and knocked out Doc Neeson, and Molly coming out and announcing that there would be no more concerts because of it.
I used to listen to 2SM as much as possible, and long into the night, especially when Ron E was on night shift. I must have taped it off the radio one morning. Remember his other songs, like Wran's Our Man, he understands, what a gullible lot you are! And that other one to the tune of Living Next Door to Alice? I wish I could remember the words to that one.
He and Ian Macrae were so funny. Do you remember listening to the Rocktober theme song and waiting for the name of your suburb to come up?
I even had a dark navy felt hat too, just like your black one! Wasn't the 70's just the greatest vibe? I had the best time. Even now, when I go into a record shop I end up coming out with a best of some seventies act, like Steely Dan, or Chicago, or 10cc. I didn't have any money back then because I was in high school, so I'm making up for it now. Occasionally you see JPY in the gig guide too, but I haven't seen him for years.
I still love going to see live music, and luckily some of my friends have stayed the same too, so I've always got some company. Just loved your website. All the best, Collette McGrath: In the seventies i worked for the NSW railways and provided train information for the morning radio programmes including Ian's 2sm. The next day whilst on my way to work in my wife's car, Ian commented on how life should go on and played Maureen McGoverns "there' s got to be a morning after".
I have to say I am still laughing at the photo you have of me ! Struth where did I get that hair!!!!!! The once great 2SM Date: I've been in commercial radio for 32 years this year and my memories of 2SM in both the 70's and 60's "home of the Good Guys" are vivid and very gratifying. I could go on and on but won't, except to say as a young bloke growing up in sydney and later Port Macquarie, my many 2SM visits to both Clarence Street and Blues Point Road were truly a real radio experience.
All the best in Debbie and again well done with your very professional 'time warp' on the once great 2SM. Ian Wright, 5DN Adelaide.
Fri, 7 Mar Hi Deb, looking at youre site and it is so fantastic. I so wish I still had all my memorobilia. One thing though, I hate to do. But because everything you have done is so perfect in detail I will let you know.
The stage was actually in harbour near North Sydney Olympic Pool. I was there and thats where it was. I remember that Sherbet gig at Victoria Park when it was rained out the week previously.
When Sherbet finally came onstage, a combination of excitement and heat stroke, I collapsed. And was in the St John ambulance tent the entire set. Remember when Shirl wouldn't play until some goose climbed down off one of the Opera House sails. Shirl was only wearing white stubbbies. Those were the days. Anyway Deb , might catch you on the Daryl Braithwaite site. Wed, 19 Mar Debbie Just stumbled on your website. Totally by accident and via the 2SM page. Thought I'd drop you a line Thu, 10 Apr Hi, There was a link to your website via the aus.
I've never lived in Sydney but your memories of 2SM reminded me of my own teenage days listening to 3XY although my XY days were a bit later into the 80s. I've got somewhere a newspaper article from which signalled 2SM's change from 'rock' to 'lite n easy' 3XY followed the same path about 6 months later. You may already have this but if you're interested I can try and scan it for you. Although not related to radio, I have my own website you may be interested in http: Congrats once again on such a great website Cheers Andrew.
I too sat for my HSC in and was distracted many a time by these evil influences. As a fellow devotee of this era I must let you know of a radio program I stumbled across on Sunday nights. One again congratulations on your labour of love. Your page is fantastic. Are there any other audio clips available from that era,sure sounds good to hear those familiar voices again. I had a lot on radio bits and jingles recorded on cassette tapes from on but they were stolen.
Anyway,thanks again for the memories and look forward to your reply. I take over from the legendary Whitey!!! I'll show him your page tommorow.. There is precious little about Aussie radio on the Web and my hat is off to you and the great Wayne Mac for your pioneering efforts.
Looks great, chock-a-block with fab snaps, tons of fascinating detail, and your affectionate perspective as a dyed-in-the-wool 2SM junkie gives it a wonderful personal touch. How the heck can you remember so much?? You must have led a virtuous life!
I was brought up on the ABC our parents forbade us to listen to commercial radio or even own pop records! I still have the program and ticket! I rarely heard 2SM and to be honest I tended to avoid the commercial stations completely, mainly because by the time I was getting into music, Double Jay had come into my life.
I was a Jays baby from Day One on 19 Jan. It might not have changed my overall opinion of commercial radio as a medium, but it certainly made me realise that many of the people involved deserve more respect and recognition and that there is a great deal that went on behind the scenes that merits much more detailed study and I sure hope Anne Smith finishes that book about her dad!
Another thing your pages made me appreciate -- and I really congratulate you on this -- was what a solid supporter of local music 2SM was, especially in the late 70s under Barry Chapman. Your account of the free gigs, especially the Concert of the Decade, is superb.
Those WERE the days indeed? Anyway, congrats on a top-notch effort -- I really hope it inspires others to record their own recollections of their own favourite stations around the country. It has certainly prompted me to get stuck into finishing a feature for Milesago about the first year of Double Jay! All the best Duncan Kimball.
I must congratulate you on a fantastic piece of work. It'll take me yonks to get through it all. Sent a tape to John Brennan, who was PD at the time, but didn't even get a reply. I met John at Wagga a few years later and mentioned this, he was most apologetic. One of nature's gentlemen is JB. Incidentally, I started in radio in at the age of 16 as a panel operator at 3AW Melbourne, and one of my collegue panel operators was Ian MacRae!
I started before him and when he came along I had to train him. He was a livewire and a ball of energy even then, we all knew he'd go far. Your website will no doubt give me quite a few pleasant evenings remembering the "good old days" Well done. I requested Blue Suede "Hooked on a Feeling" it's something that i'll never forget. Concert of The Decade - Any News? If you do hear of anything please, please, please let me know, I would love to have a copy.
I have many clips of Sherbet that I would be more than happy to share with you if you don't already have them. I also was a huge fan. I love reading your pages, they really take me back.
Your 2SM History Date: There must be a way of making that once great station great again. It's still great in it's own way. Sun, 10 Aug Hi Debbie, Have been looking over your site and have been most impressed with your obsession with 2SM.
I have in my collection a video of an ABC schools broadcast made on Ian Mcrae's breakfast show from Mon, 25 Aug Hi Debbie Fascinating stuff. I was searching the web for a mention of 2SM's Mad Mel and discovered you.
I knew Mel when I used to assist unpaid of course on his show in the days of the big stars at the stadium. I used to do voices on his show a non-pc Japanese midget called "Yoki" dominated - sending up the Yokahama Tyre ads. I have been searching for Mel, as he fed my love of radio and a 33 year career - the last 21 years being with the BBC in Birmingham UK.
I'm sure I owe him lunch. With best wishes Ed Doolan. Fri, 29 Aug Debbie: I just discovered your site -- it's magic. I'm gonna spend all weekend enjoying it. I grew up in Sydney and was hooked on 2SM from late 60s onwards. I ended up working in radio, these days doing drive for the ABC in Cairns, and a lot of what I heard on SM back then still inspires me now. It's wonderful that you've taken the time to document all of this. One thing that has to be said about Australian media is that we're crap at documenting our own history.
Good on you for doing this. Fri, 05 Sep Hello deb how you doing. Rock n roll ray da wookie and it was great to see those old faces n crew who some of them are still around.
Ps pity I missed the SM reunion. Mark Chapman Smith Subject: What a host of memories for my wife and self , scrolling through your site. These were the most fantastic days for me in radio and thank you for creating your amazing site.
Keep up the great work. Mon, 29 Sep Debbie, Wayne Mac directed me to your site I notice that you state the demise of 2SM was in All those memories and all those names from the past. I'm glad to see Ian Grace has set the record straight about 2SM in the 80's. It makes me sad to see its state now. Mon, 6 Oct Fascinating! Interesting catching up your spin on my old mate MacRae Ah you took me back!
Their lead singer was a guy named Lee Peter Emmett who lived next to me in Balmain and used to renovate houses to make a buck as the band never really hit the heights. They were popular around the pubs, and I used to see them a bit at Chequers. Love your 2SM website Thu, 13 Nov Hi Debbie, Great site! I found the pieces on the early radio days especially enjoyable. I am in Victoria and I can remember hanging out after high school for it to get dark because that was the only time I could pick up 2SM.
No digital tuning in those days! It was a matter of fiddling with the dial until the signal was reasonable.
Any ideas where I can source some files? These are for my own personal collection and interest. Mon, 17 Nov 1. By chance found your website this evening. Had always been fascinated by 2SM right from the days of the Good Guys in , the switch to talk-back in the middle 60s, then back to middle of the road in the later 60s they would play the first half of "Hey Jude" and other 'slow tempo' chart hits , before a return to classic pop in ' Others may have discussed it earlier, but 2SM produced one of the earliest Australian artist pop music compilations around called "A Decade of Australian Hits ".
You no doubt are aware of it, and presumably have a copy. I managed to transfer it to tape before donating it and other Australian artists vinyl material to Screensound. I have subsequently transferred it to CD. If you do NOT have a copy, but would like one for research purposes only of course let me know.
A key was hidden in a public place usually a park and cryptic clues given to its location. I still remember clearly rushing round Anzac Park in West Ryde shining my torch in a totally useless fashion.
Kind regards John Gambrill. Wed, 26 Nov Hi Deb, found your page by accident, great stuff. I like you followed the radio scene in the 70's went to all the 2SM free concerts, i even had a scrap book remember the SM and UW top 40 charts photos of the jocks on the back i had them all!!!!! I've been in radio 15 years now, money's lousy love the job though Once again great site.
It brought back some fond memories. I used to enjoy laying back and listening to people calling in as I'd go to sleep on a Sunday after I'd either listened or been to watch the Balmain Tigers play. I remember once, a friend of mine's mother called in to him complaining about her family life. Very uncomfortable, even for an 11 year old. Thanks again for the page though. Looking at your pages I have found them quite fascinating.
The story of 2SM is similar to that of so many great radio stations of the time both in Australia and elsewhere, and I can honestly say that we will probably never see radio presented that way anywhere in the world. I wonder if you can tell me where you got the clip of "the ballad of lady Di" from as I have been desperately looking for a copy for myself. Keep up the good work and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Yours Sincerely Paul Bryce.
I was referred to your page by the aus. I don't have that either. AM has gone talk for the most part. They post on Real Audio clips from the heyday of Top 40 radio, mostly from the 60s, but some from other decades.
There are no Australian station clips there yet, to my recollection. I had a great time there. I hope to hear from you. Wed, 10 Dec Thankyou, thankyou I listened to 2SM all night , every night and any other time I could get away with it. Got sent out of class several times for making travel arrangements to Roctober venues with friends.
I was Madly in love with Marc Hunter Another thing that sticks in my mind was a girlfriend being punched in the face by some guy because she ashed her cigarette on him while singing hysterically Thanks again for a great website, Cheers Karen a 70's schoolie! Charlie knows about your site as i sent it to him some time ago and he was blown away by it, he said "This is Scary" All The Best. Mon, 5 Jan Debbie, At the risk of sound like a gushing fool, I would like to compliment you on the depth of your 2SM webpage and the success of your career.
I too, was a starry eyed youngster in awe of 2SM. The difference being, that you went onto achieve all I would have liked to and the closest I got was doing work experience at 2SM in Year 9 3rd form. You're right, that in those days 2SM was more a way of life rather than just a radio station.
Your summation captures that era beautifully. It was also the days when the Australian media actively promoted and encouraged Australian talent eg Concert of the Decade , as opposed to the modern day saturation of American crap on both radio and television.
I did work experience at the 'glass palace' in Amidst being allowed to experience a sample of numerous departments, I sat in with Mike Drayson on-air for a while. I was allowed to take a few photos around the station too! You betcha life we are' , his annual April Fool's pranks, including the introduction of Metric Time and song spoofs like Mulligan's Tyres 'the tread's on the inside' Mull of Kintyre.
Pencil cases and folders displayed to which station your alliegance lay and the battle was on between Macrae and Ian Melbourne. I also remember being shoked to learn that 2SM's frequency is actually , when digital displays on radios came into existence. Thank you for reawakening a 20 year old very fond memory. Mon, 12 Jan Thanks Debbie, I have spent more time on this web-site than any other.
I sat in the bath for hours listening to Allan Steele, Graham Rogers etc. The only radio station I have ever visited is 2SM in Clarence street.
They had all the jocks pictures on them. There was no other radio station for me. It was the golden era of music in Australia. Radio these days is CRAP! I cld rave on more but won't. All The Best Jamie Sims.
Tue, 13 Jan Subject: Hey Debbie, another great day on the planet. For some strange reason on the drive home today, i was listening to 2SM.
Trying to relive those days gone by perhaps. Strange new voices, and still some funny old days music happening. Now back to the past When i think of it, it stills feel like fingernails down a blackboard.
Do schools still have blackboards? Do buses still have AM radio's? Live crosses to Bathurst I remember the mornings on breakfast radio: Scott Adlington, 26 Nov , am i right? The programme was moved to Sunday afternoon so we could no longer pick it up. Thanks and blessings Bruce Boote. Mon, 26 Jan Hi Debbie. I checked out the Barry Chapman interview. Especially the bit where he says I had nothing to do with the Jumbo under the Harbour Bridge. The way it happened was we had regular "Brainstorming" meetings and everyone was throwing in ideas for a big stunt.
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