Tribute to Eoin Cameron

Tribute to Eoin Cameron

Audiobook on MP3 CD - 2017
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Eoin Cameron's program was a consistently top-rating program for the Breakfast time slot and he genuinely cared for the thousands of dedicated listeners who woke up with him every morning, filling their heads with his hilarious anecdotes of family life, Taj the psycho spaniel or his love of Eurovision and all things tacky and trailer park-esque. His taste in music was legendarily hideous ('Day Trip to Bangor' anybody?). And no-one who listened to Eoin for more than a week could escape his enduring love for Dusty Springfield. Many still remember the day he interviewed another favourite, Dolly Parton, and her opening remark: 'Eee-Yon, what sort of mother would name her son that?' He didn't miss a beat and came right back with: 'Dah-leigh, why she must be the same sort of daft mamma as yours, I reckon.' She laughed uproariously and was instantly charmed. Since his passing there has been many requests for a tribute compilation and this exclusive collection contains a combination of classic 'Cammo' moments from his years as a presenter as well as excerpts from a number of interviews with Richard Fidler from the popular ABC Radio program Conversations with Richard Fidler.
Publisher: Tullamarine, Victoria :, Bolinda Audio,, [2017]
Edition: MP3 edition Unabridged.
ISBN: 9781489389169
Characteristics: 1 CD (MP3 CD) (2 hr., 28 min.) : digital, stereo ; 12 cm ; in container.
Additional Contributors: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

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