Graeme Day has been a radio broadcaster for over 32 years starting off with Radio 2ST who he has worked for for 30 years, 15 of those broadcasting to the Southern Highlands.
Over that time he has been awarded by the radio industry new voice of Australasia, Best Country Talk Personality, Best Radio Station Promotion and many other accolades.
Graeme over the years has worked very closely with the community and has raised tens of thousands of dollars for local organisations in the Wingecarribee Shire.
Graeme was the recipient of the Paul Harris Fellowship Award, through Rotary Australia their highest award for community service and has previously been nominated for Australian of the Year.
He has shared many unique moments during his career in radio and broadcasting to the troops during the Gulf War and being part of the media team that covered the winning of the 2000 Olympic Games bid for Sydney.