Hadley and Fulton exit Continuous CallBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Friday, 31st January 2020 at 3:57pm
Ray Hadley and Bob Fulton have called it a day with the Continuous Call Team on 2GB.
The duo said in today’s broadcast that the time had come to make way for new talent on-air. They have been at the show since it began at 2UE in 1987 together with Peter Frilingos.
However, when Frilingos passed away in 2004, the two agreed to leave the show together if an opportunity presented itself.
“I have worked either six or seven days a week for most of the past 33 years and it is now time that the young men and women who already do most of the heavy lifting are given their chance,” said Hadley.
Although Hadley and Fulton are moving on from the show, they have agreed to help out as consultants and advisors this year. Hadley will continue to call State of Origin games and the NRL Grand Final.
“Ray Hadley and Bob Fulton have been institutions not only of the Continuous Call Team, but of Australian radio, for more than three decades. While today marks the end of an era, we respect Ray and Bob’s wishes to finish their full-time weekend commitments together at this time. I am delighted that both will be available to guide the next generation of Continuous Call Team talent into the future,” said Nine Radio managing director Tom Malone.
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