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Graham Mabury Celebrates his 30th

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 26 February, 2011 - 12:29 PM
Graham Mabury will celebrate 30 years of hosting 6PR's Nightline on Tuesday 1st March. Live from 8pm.

On Tuesday the 1st of March 2011 Graham Mabury celebrates 30 years of presenting 6PR's Nightline. You can leave a message for Graham below ahead of what promises to be a memorable special show.

Blog comments Your Say

  • Hi Graham,thanks to you and the nightline team for another year of dedication and perseverance,you have been truly inspirational.your nightline family will miss you.love and best wishes to u and yours for a Happy,Holly and safe Christmas.Gods speed...Mary

    mary Friday 2 December, 2011 - 5:20 PM
  • Graham,
    I wonder if it is possible for you to make your radio show more interesting, I have just moved to Perth and I am very disappointed with
    "Brian Wiltshire's counterpart"
    After listening to you for over an hour on Monday night,in which you only discussed a plastic replica soldier of Prince Harry, I felt totally depressed and wished myself back in Sydney where 2GB is a fantastic radio station,in fact I must admit I switched on my computer and found my favourite broadcasters, what a pity your broadcast made me feel so sad, so please liven up your show.
    Mary
    66 year old long term listener of 2GB.

    Mary Wednesday 21 September, 2011 - 11:33 AM
  • Graham,
    I wonder if it is possible for you to make your radio show more interesting, I have just moved to Perth and I am very disappointed with
    "Brian Wiltshire counterpart"
    When after listening to you for only an hour on Monday night, I felt totally depressed and wished myself back in Sydney where 2GB is a fantastic radio station, please liven up your show.PLEASE
    Mary
    Mary,

    Mary Wednesday 21 September, 2011 - 11:21 AM
  • graham it is very nice to listen to you each night .you are my friend on the air and in soul it is peaceful to listen to you each day my friend

    cain Thursday 21 July, 2011 - 8:19 PM
  • Mr Graham Mabury

    How is the original mentor and guidance teacher of life.

    I thought I would send a quick email just to touch base and let you know I always think of you and your family even though life spins us round and time passes us by.

    I often pass the messages you once coached to us and your boys to now my children to live a moral and ethical path. I miss the Sundays in which we all used to sit down together and have lunch after Mrs Mabury frantically prepared but always looked so graceful and composed.

    I should congratulate you and Mrs Mabury on being Grand Parents again. After now being a Father of three I have realised 3 little O�Hara�s are enough to cause havoc on the world and I should hang up the boots.

    I now work in the Pilbara at the Pluto LNG Plant as a Senior HSE Advisor on a 3 in 1 FIFO roster which limits my time which I mainly devote to the kids when I�m at home.

    It�s amazing as you get older how much you reflect on the things that matter, I guess that is where we get the wisdom from.

    Anyway take care, give my love to your family and please if you ever need a holiday and you are in the Territory give me a call and stay with us to experience a little bit of Humpty Doo.

    Please stay in touch.

    Jason O'Hara Saturday 2 April, 2011 - 10:57 AM
  • Hi Graham,
    My auntie heard the call that Neil Adcock received from that man who was suicidal and calling from a public phone box. I started listening to Neil then and can still remember when he introduced you on his show as the young man from the Jesus people who was going to take over from him. I was all of about 19 then and now I am 50 and am still listening to you! All the very best on your continuuing success on nightline. Regards Sue.

    Sue Wednesday 2 March, 2011 - 11:15 PM

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