Gerard Whateley, along with his long list of media and industry accolades, joins the station and Crocmedia as Chief Sports Caller, spearheading football, and racing coverages - as well as hosting the ultimate morning radio show, "Whateley".
Combining authoritative journalism and sharp-eyed analysis with emotive broadcasting, Gerard Whateley is a unique voice in the coverage of sport in Australia. He'll bring all that and more to SEN mornings in 2018.
Melbourne Stars captain Glenn Maxwell on SEN Test Cricket - Fourth Test, Day Two
Glenn Maxwell speaks to Gerard Whateley about the Stars win over Adelaide and to preview the Melbourne Derby.
Ian Healy and Ryan Harris on the Australian captaincy - SEN Test Cricket, Fourth Test, Day Two
Ian Healy and Ryan Harris discuss the long term strategy with the Australian captaincy.
Australian captain Tim Paine on SEN Test Cricket - Fourth Test, Day Two
Australian captain Tim Paine chats to Adam Collins and Ryan Harris.
Marnus Labuschagne brings up the century at the Gabba - SEN Test Cricket, Day One, Fourth Test
Adam Collins and Ian Healy call Marnus Labuschagne reaching his century.
Justin Langer on SEN Test Cricket - Pre-Match, Day One of the Fourth Test
Justin Langer chats to Adam Collins and Ryan Harris pre-match.
David Sandurski on SEN Summer Mornings (14/01/21)
GABBA Curator joins us ahead of the fourth Test.
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Great podcast except....
Really enjoy listening to the podcast however you need to do something about the ads. I’m not against having them but when they come in part way through a conversation and they are so much louder especially when you really listening through headphones.
The ads/promos are too loud.
I love the podcast but am about to unsubscribe. The ads and promos are so much louder than the rest of the podcast. I listen on earbuds and the discrepancy between the volume of Gerard’s voice and the ads is so different. I nearly get burst eardrums. If I set the volume low for the ad- I can’t hear Gerard, if I leave it loud to hear Gerard - I nearly go deaf when the next episode starts. Please please please fix this.
An in depth view of the world of football, might not always say something you’ll agree with but he will always be fair about it, making him somewhat of a rarity in Aussie sports media.