George Moore (Australian radio presenter)

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George Moore (formerly known as Les Pridmore), was born in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. He has been on Australian radio for 40 years as a DJ, Announcer and Radio show host. He originally started his radio career at 2WG in Wagga Wagga during the late 1960s. During his time there he was also a singer with a popular Wagga rock band, "Lost & Found". Since then he has worked in Sydney radio stations with stints at 2SM, 2Day FM, 2UW/Mix 106.5, 2GB, and is currently with 2UE where he co-hosts the weekend breakfast show with Paul B. Kidd. Co-host Paul B. Kidd is a former dishwasher, mortuary attendant, crop-sprayer, jackeroo, TV salesman, cleaner, waiter, restaurateur, publican, caterer, poulterer, SP bookmaker, real estate salesman, photo-journalist, television presenter and script writer, columnist, features writer, magazine editor, publisher, author and currently a radio commentator. During his time on radio he has conducted interviews with major stars such as Ashley Judd and Angelina Jolie and with prominent Australian politicians, including former NSW premier Bob Carr, Prime Minister John Howard, Treasurer Peter Costello and Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer.

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  • The Who's Who of Australian Rock – Chris Spencer −1993 Edition – Moonlight Publishing