The Radio 2RE Crew
Anthony joined 2RE in the year 2000. He loves reading spy novels and fantasy adventure series, playing squash and golf, catching waves on his bodyboard at our local beaches and balancing healthy exercise with his love of good food. You can see him occasionally jogging along the Forster breakwall and across the Forster/Tuncurry bridge (but more often enjoying coffee somewhere nearby)!
Kevin actually started at 2RE way back when flairs were in fashion…1977…however this is the second coming for our elder statesman. Kevin left for a stint at 8HA Alice Springs in 1989 then left radio altogether, worked a few jobs before setting up his own ‘On-Hold’ business. He returned to 2RE in 1997 and is married to Cheryl and they have 4 children.
Peter’s very first job was a ‘milko’… and after running around with the cows he decided to do some radio training at the Max Rowley Media Academy. Peter landed his first radio job at 4CA Cairns, then 2VM Moree, and finally in 1991 made a home at 2RE Taree. In June 2000 he took control of the ‘Newsroom’ and quickly banned the rest of us from eating our lunch in there!!!! Peter is married to Kim, who was our receptionist for two decades. They have 2 daughters.
We occasionally let Glen loose behind the ‘mic’ to host Sports Saturday; apart from that we are still trying to find out what Glen does!!! Actually, Glen produces those fine commercials you hear on 2RE. He joined the team in 1992 after working as a pizza delivery boy (see – we take anyone here!!). Glen was a part of the original line up of our FM sister station MAX FM before we locked him in the production studio. He is married to Karen and for the past 3 decades has dedicated his life to supporting the Bulldogs.
Diane’s career as an announcer began as a baby at her parents’ home, babbling purposefully into her rattle.
She has since become quite good at it – and is now an in-demand freelance voice-over artist, providing her versatile voice artistry to an impressive list of production houses and recording studios around the country.
Di has worked in TV, radio, on the stage in Newcastle and Sydney … and loves nothing more than performing, sleeping in, traveling, collecting, watching classic films and TV shows, and – most of all – eating condensed milk straight from the tin.