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Overnight with Michael McLaren

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When the night is dark and much of the city sleeps, Michael McLaren is keeping you company.

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Michael began his radio career in 2006 progressing on to Executive Producer roles, working alongside the likes of Murray Wilton, Philip Clarke and Brian Wilshire for over four years.

His on-air career started full-time in 2011, when he was invited to host the Australia Overnight program, a job which he’s loved doing ever since.

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Professor Robert Booy, Infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist at the University of Sydney, about the new campaign launched to raise awareness of shingles.   Professor Booy says shingles can be extremely painful and an awareness campaign like this is long overdue given the potential impact of shingles.   “Too many Australians are still unaware of […]

/ 25/08/2021

Professor Robert Booy, Infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist at the University of Sydney, about the new campaign launched to raise awareness of shingles.   Professor Booy says shingles can be extremely painful and an awareness campaign like this is long overdue given the potential impact of shingles.   “Too many Australians are still unaware of […]

/ 25/08/2021

Professor Robert Booy, Infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist at the University of Sydney, about the new campaign launched to raise awareness of shingles.   Professor Booy says shingles can be extremely painful and an awareness campaign like this is long overdue given the potential impact of shingles.   “Too many Australians are still unaware of […]

/ 25/08/2021
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