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The sort of men I really can’t stand are those who are more militant feminists than the majority of women. You can see most of these men do it for attention and to big note themselves.
You might've noticed that they tend to be blokes who haven't been blessed with good looks, and have probably struggled with chicks their whole lives. So, I reckon they do it in some desperate hope that it might help them pick up. :D I'm not kidding.
 
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I can't remember a more dud fortnight of radio for years (apart from Christmas time), with EVERYONE on several stations taking a break at the same time. I got so desperate for something to listen to late last night after the cricket finishes (I was in me car driving home from a mate's joint) that I nearly put on Howie and Brigid Duclos on Triple M :D
 
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I can't remember a more dud fortnight of radio for years, with EVERYONE on several stations taking a break at the same time. I got so desperate for something to listen to late last night after the cricket finishes (I was in me car driving home from a mate's joint) that I nearly put on Howie and Brigid Duclos on Triple M :D
Agreed. Listen to a bit of 3AW here and there just to get a news bulletin once in a while (need to know if there's a burst water main or something where I'm driving) and they have had Neil Mitchell replaced by Tony Jones... talk about from the sublime to the ridiculous!
 

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Some might. But not all. As is some, a tiny % i think, do it to gain brownie points to trade in for the affections of another person.
But some, most, do it because they strongly feel that way. ok.
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Being the father of daughters focussed my attention.

Not a fan of being force fed anything & feel that way with the ABC & female sport in the guise of sports news.
 

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Interesting reading that all of these so called listeners 'that will never return to SEN' are the same people who were done when Marko and Ox were given their marching orders. In simple terms, the afternoon drive show was absolute s**t. I've always been a fan of KB in the mornings, but his latest pairing with the Doc just didn't work on any level.

You don't have to be the biggest fan of Hutchy, but the personal attacks are unwarranted. I commend him for his take over of the station - he is willing to take risks to change the way live sport is broadcast in this country. US Sport might not be everyone's cup of tea, but the Superbowl and NBA finals are huge ticket items, now with a massive following in Aus.

If he can find the right personnel for the correct time slots, I see no reason why the station can't thrive.
How are the ratings going, all very well for those who love SEN but are the making progress?
 

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A combination of Bob Murphy and Andy Maher or colourful commentator Dwayne Russell.

These are a couple of the options being thrown around as SEN boss Craig Hutchison desperately tries to land a big fish to replace Kevin Bartlett.

As the fallout from the shock exit of the AFL legend after 15 years at the station continues, various combinations are being thrown up to steer the drive program for the rest of the year.

Most are already either on SEN's books or part of Hutchison's Crocmedia umbrella which spreads far and wide on the media landscape.

The one which is gaining the most momentum is a combination of Murphy, the former Western Bulldogs captain, and Maher who is the current afternoon host.

Murphy is a part of SEN's footy team and appears regularly on the station's breakfast show and also with Gerard Whateley in the morning.

Maher is a long-time SEN man but it's unclear whether the shift in timeslot would work given his TV commitments which include the ratings juggernaut 'The Front Bar' and Channel 7's cricket coverage.

Hutchison is a big fan of Russell who does an hour-long daily show called 'Dwayne' for SEN SA and the `Sportsday' show he does with Gerard Healy on 3AW is produced by Crocmedia.

Former Saint and Kangaroo Nick Dal Santo, who is also on SEN's books, is another possibility but it's believed other contributors, Nick Riewoldt and David King, have ruled themselves out.

One left-field suggestion is the combination of Shane Crawford and James Hird, who last year did a popular podcast together, although their asking price might be outside SEN's budget.

Bartlett leaving might not be the only big name to depart SEN with breakfast hosts Tim Watson and Garry Lyon both out-of-contract at the end of the year.


 
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I can't remember a more dud fortnight of radio for years, with EVERYONE on several stations taking a break at the same time. I got so desperate for something to listen to late last night after the cricket finishes (I was in me car driving home from a mate's joint) that I nearly put on Howie and Brigid Duclos on Triple M :D
we have triple m at work 8.30 - 5pm and the last week and a half has been a bulls**t countdown and work experience kids on the mic. thankfully no rush hour, that has actually been a blessing.

back on sen though i turned over for the cricket and their effects background had dropped out and listening to flemmo and co call off the telly got a bit bornig so i've flipped over to msr where beva and co are calling off the telly but at least their background feed is holding up
 

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A combination of Bob Murphy and Andy Maher or colourful commentator Dwayne Russell.

These are a couple of the options being thrown around as SEN boss Craig Hutchison desperately tries to land a big fish to replace Kevin Bartlett.

As the fallout from the shock exit of the AFL legend after 15 years at the station continues, various combinations are being thrown up to steer the drive program for the rest of the year.

Most are already either on SEN's books or part of Hutchison's Crocmedia umbrella which spreads far and wide on the media landscape.

The one which is gaining the most momentum is a combination of Murphy, the former Western Bulldogs captain, and Maher who is the current afternoon host.

Murphy is a part of SEN's footy team and appears regularly on the station's breakfast show and also with Gerard Whateley in the morning.

Maher is a long-time SEN man but it's unclear whether the shift in timeslot would work given his TV commitments which include the ratings juggernaut 'The Front Bar' and Channel 7's cricket coverage.

Hutchison is a big fan of Russell who does an hour-long daily show called 'Dwayne' for SEN SA and the `Sportsday' show he does with Gerard Healy on 3AW is produced by Crocmedia.

Former Saint and Kangaroo Nick Dal Santo, who is also on SEN's books, is another possibility but it's believed other contributors, Nick Riewoldt and David King, have ruled themselves out.

One left-field suggestion is the combination of Shane Crawford and James Hird, who last year did a popular podcast together, although their asking price might be outside SEN's budget.

Bartlett leaving might not be the only big name to depart SEN with breakfast hosts Tim Watson and Garry Lyon both out-of-contract at the end of the year.


SEN finished forever if he goes for majority of those above.....Dal Santo the only one mentioned that I would tune in and listen..
 

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Can someone explain to me how Maher keeps his job?

He uses 50 words when 5 will do. He stutters (Not the stuttering that someone that actually stutters does but some stupid thing that only he does) His questions are always explained to the enth degree when it's very obvious what the actual question is and doesn't need an explanation attached to it.

I have listened to SEN from the very beginning but have to turn it off for his show now as i can not tolerate even the slightest sound of his voice and much to my dismay he's even doing ads and calling footy.

I can understand using him for the golf with Marco gone but i just don't get the attraction as to how he has survived there so long while so many have gone.

If Derwayn "Shake and Bake"Russell get's a gig i am gone 100%.
 
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A combination of Bob Murphy and Andy Maher or colourful commentator Dwayne Russell.

These are a couple of the options being thrown around as SEN boss Craig Hutchison desperately tries to land a big fish to replace Kevin Bartlett.

As the fallout from the shock exit of the AFL legend after 15 years at the station continues, various combinations are being thrown up to steer the drive program for the rest of the year.

Most are already either on SEN's books or part of Hutchison's Crocmedia umbrella which spreads far and wide on the media landscape.

The one which is gaining the most momentum is a combination of Murphy, the former Western Bulldogs captain, and Maher who is the current afternoon host.

Murphy is a part of SEN's footy team and appears regularly on the station's breakfast show and also with Gerard Whateley in the morning.

Maher is a long-time SEN man but it's unclear whether the shift in timeslot would work given his TV commitments which include the ratings juggernaut 'The Front Bar' and Channel 7's cricket coverage.

Hutchison is a big fan of Russell who does an hour-long daily show called 'Dwayne' for SEN SA and the `Sportsday' show he does with Gerard Healy on 3AW is produced by Crocmedia.

Former Saint and Kangaroo Nick Dal Santo, who is also on SEN's books, is another possibility but it's believed other contributors, Nick Riewoldt and David King, have ruled themselves out.

One left-field suggestion is the combination of Shane Crawford and James Hird, who last year did a popular podcast together, although their asking price might be outside SEN's budget.

Bartlett leaving might not be the only big name to depart SEN with breakfast hosts Tim Watson and Garry Lyon both out-of-contract at the end of the year.


I'd never listen again if Murphy was a regular.

The way he made their gf win all about himself made me sick. Remains to be the single most selfish things I've seen
 

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i was pleasantly surprised to hear sandy. he needs more airtime.

derm and wallace, no thanks
Usually Dermy and Terry are painful to listen to and i been known to switch off when Dermy came on in the past,but to me they were OK today. Probably the fact that Sandy being there controlling the show and the topics discussed made for an enjoyable listen.l
 

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I actually like Hutchy to be honest but I dunno if he really gets the common mans opinion of a lot of the guys he hires.

I reckon Garry and Tim are so good. Actually missed listening to them on the pod every day for the past few weeks. (Live in ADL and can't listen live)

I don't mind his call to get rid of KB, heard him a few times here and there and sounded way out of touch. But blokes like Bob and Dwayne Russell, do people actually like these guys? Dwayne has the worst voice and most annoying commentary style I've ever heard. I almost turn a game off straight away if he is the commentator seriously. Even Pickers when he's on the brekky show talks about how good he is and Gaz and Tim agree, what am I missing?

Bob too, massive tickets on himself and says some really weird s**t.

Anyway I hope Hutchy locks down Garry and Tim if they are out of contract. Would be a shame.
 

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Anyway I hope Hutchy locks down Garry and Tim if they are out of contract. Would be a shame.
I think their show has been great this year, probably the program I've enjoyed the most on sen. But I don't know, feels like Hutchison wants to remove every part of the old sen.
 

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Usually Dermy and Terry are painful to listen to and i been known to switch off when Dermy came on in the past,but to me they were OK today. Probably the fact that Sandy being there controlling the show and the topics discussed made for an enjoyable listen.l
iirc Dermott was one of the original co-host of SEN original afternoon show back in 2004 with Francis Leach and Matt Hardy.
 

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You might've noticed that they tend to be blokes who haven't been blessed with good looks, and have probably struggled with chicks their whole lives. So, I reckon they do it in some desperate hope that it might help them pick up. :D I'm not kidding.
I feel bad for you.

That you think men are more inclined to be driven by their dicks than their values is a reflection on you moreso than anyone else.
 

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Sandy Roberts and Hudson are perfect for the time slot. Matty granland is as well. This is where he stuffed up. Putting the wrong people in the wrong spots. Bob Murphy is terrible and I don’t get why he’s getting so much exposure
 
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