Jack O'Hagan: radio career

Two men are looking up at the camera. They had a record and a microphone in front of them. The microphone says 3DB.
Title:
Jack O'Hagan: radio career
NFSA ID:
791766
Year:
1940
Courtesy:
Athol Shmith Studio, Melbourne
Category:
Access fees

Jack O’Hagan began broadcasting with the Melbourne radio station 3AR in the 1920s, and later regularly appeared on 3LO, 3AW and 3DB.

His work in radio spanned performing, announcing, writing, producing and compering.

Radio 3DB was the station where O’Hagan first sang ‘Our Don Bradman’ , in 1930.