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Now semi-retired, Peter has been a busy guy. A motor mechanic and TAFE teacher having spent 20 years at Campbelltown college. Married for nearly 40 years, Peter has 2 adult children and 3 wonderful grandchildren.
Growing up in regional NSW, he enjoyed local radio. Now he presents THE CAR PARK AFTER DARK each Tuesday 9pm til midnight. Zifo knows his cars. He kicks some tyres and peeks under the bonnet with plenty of driving and maintenance tips to help you. Lots of motor sport news and views with great music from the 60’s til now. Pull up the handbrake this Tuesday night.
Gary’s Golden Memories: Monday 2pm til 4pm.
Gary Seymour has had extensive broadcast experience all his life. That’s why he can bring you two hours of wonderful music each Monday afternoon.
Born and raised in Bundaberg, Queensland, Gary was educated at Christian Brothers College and left school in 1963. Radio was on his mind and in his heart. A student at Jim Illife’s school of broadcasting gave him lots of experience in media. Next came the start of an exciting radio career in 1964 as an announcer with the Colour Radio Network 4LG Longreach and 4IP Brisbane. The rest ( as they say) was history for young Gary.
He has been employed as announcer/presenter at 2TM Tamworth, 4BU Bundaberg, 2MO Gunnedah, 2LM Lismore, and 2VM Moree. Moving to Sydney he connected with his city audience on 2KY and 2CH.
Community radio is also Gary’s passion and interest. In 1999, he started a 20 year on-air presence with 2SSR 99.7FM Sutherland Shire. In August 2019, he made the switch to ‘Sounds of Macarthur’. And we’re glad Gary Seymour did. Have a listen yourself. We think you’ll agree – his experience counts.
Macarthur’s own Wildlife Warrior is on air each Wednesday from 12 noon ’til 2pm with Conservation Hotspot. Cameron loves animals – all types. Conservation is his big passion and he wants to save and protect our incredible wildlife because it plays a vital role in our ecosystems.
Cameron is a TAFE student studying conservation and land management. He runs educational talks and walks for local schools and established ‘Constance Conservation’, his own wildlife organisation. He also loves surf rescue, bee keeping and sells local honey, bushwalking and is into photography.
Listen to Cameron each Wednesday after Macquarie news at 12 noon, and you’ll quickly hear his enthusiastic approach to wildlife education. He wants you to help save our natural Macarthur wildlife and bushlands.