1930’s Radio 2GB Personalities


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Product Description

Signed 16 x 10 cm autograph album page by Radio 2GB personalities Jack Davey. Jack Davey had his own breakfast show, a daytime quiz, an evening variety programme and voice over work for Fox Movietone newsreels.  Abandoning his singing career, he adopted his trademark greeting of “Hi Ho, Everybody” and became Australia’s highest paid and most popular radio performer.

Saunders, Ambrose George Thomas ‘Uncle George’ was a WW1 war veteran fighting in Gallipoli and a childrens show presenter at 2BL 1923 -1927 and 2GB 1927 – 1938 and  then 2KY until his retirement in 1940.

Muriel Valli ‘Auntie Val’ started the 2GB Bluebirds.  The show taught children to think of others.  The show was on every morning Monday to Saturday with Auntie Val’s Bluebirds joining her in the studio with competitions such as kindness to animals hobbies and cooking classes for children.

A part of Australian broadcast history with the three personalities signing the 16 x 10 cm autograph album page.  Signatures are in great condition with some slight foxing.

Additional Information

Weight 130 g
Dimensions 76.2 x 53.34 x 5.08 mm