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Tried listening to SEN the other morning and turned on whilst Gaze was speaking. Very hard to listen to. For a big bloke he has a horribly whiney voice.

And Harford and Allen as drive home fundamentally teams up two blokes lacking in charisma. I'd prefer Roy Slaven.

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Love the station,makes a change to having to live in the west and put up with a little bit of Freo (which I can take) but Nazi Germany and Stalinist Russia have nothing on the Meth Coast propaganda we have to put up with on Perth radio, tv and in the papers.

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Bogan Radio.

Mark Allen and the Ox: they spend 3 hours talking about golf and how often they get drunk. Then they say ice is bad. They'll move onto some soft, vaguely pervy sexist crap and then back to golf and beers. 

What Mark Allen knows, other than what he knows about himself, wouldn't fill a thimble.

 

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46 minutes ago, Wrecker45 said:

SEN are near bankrupt. Hutchy owns Crock media and will buy SEN for a pittance next year. They will broadcast nationally and lots will change.

Aside from the regular hosted weekday programs, a lot of their air time is filled with Croc Media productions, and quite often repeated. As part of the reshuffle, SEN will focus more on entertainment, and not solely sport.

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On 01/12/2015, 13:22:59, ProDee said:

Yeah, you'll get balance there.

Much more likely there than 3AW...but I think you and I think of 'balance' very differently. 

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2 hours ago, Wrecker45 said:

SEN are near bankrupt. Hutchy owns Crock media and will buy SEN for a pittance next year. They will broadcast nationally and lots will change.

I heard they were owned by Dr Turf and his family. Anyone know who owns them.

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On 12/1/2015, 11:15:30, H_T said:

Not surprised they're changing things up. On the drive home I've been turning off the Allen/Ox combination. It's a flaky program that needs substance. On last listenings they consistently prefer talking about their recent rounds of golf and how beautiful the courses are in the mornings....I mean WGAF.

I live in Sydney and it's my only way of getting an AFL fix on radio even if it is via the web. 

I really used to enjoy listening to the Drive Home as I'd catch up on a lot of footy news and Ox had good contacts at MFC etc. That was a long time ago. Now it is as H_T says above. It's a waste of time which is disappointing for me. Always found Harf and Maher to be pretty light weight. They're going to struggle with this line up. 

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KB is just a shitz stirrer and just bangs on and on and on about it to the point where is bloody annoying and I turn off. 

Prefer Gaze over Maher the nose snorting pain in the buttox  

Im glad the Ox is still part of it. 

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On 12/1/2015, 1:43:01, ProDee said:

Ox and Leach - breakfast

KB - mornings (same)

Maher - afternoons

Harford and Allen - drive time

Fine - evenings (same)

Gaze demoted to "contributor".

Harford and Allen for Drive?

I dont mind Harford however Allen is a twit. 

Needed someone else to co host with Harford. 

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14 minutes ago, rjay said:

It's still a total boys club with the odd token segment. Maybe they should bring in a female co host at least to help Maher out in the midday shift.

That would be good to hear. She could help out by introducing guests, interviewing guests, throwing to ad breaks, throwing to news breaks, taking calls, answering calls, running segments like "5 topics in a minute" or whatever it is .... and leave the rest to Andy "you know, you're absolutely right" Maher.

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11 hours ago, ProDee said:

I hate the left as much as they hate the right (more so).

So yeah, if you're left then you're right.  Or left.

But we can still agree on footy.  Or not.

Hating the left is pointless. Look at how your life is better because of them :)

 I don't hate the right - I just know that they hate me. 

As for footy, I'm excited about CP but don't want to say anything because Jesus. 

 

I think he hates me too. 

 

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19 minutes ago, timD said:

Hating the left is pointless. Look at how your life is better because of them :)

 I don't hate the right - I just know that they hate me. 

As for footy, I'm excited about CP but don't want to say anything because Jesus. 

 

I think he hates me too. 

 

I don't really hate you. 

I quite like you,  Tim.

You're grouse.

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