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He recalls that Gordon Elliott arrived at TEN from radio about the same time as he did, so witnessed the GMA preparations. ‘Gordon had a great radio voice so I used him as a work horse to audition every radio/TV male host in Sydney and beyond. Turned out he was better than anyone we auditioned so he became the GMA host at age 23.’ Still relentlessly ebullient, Gordon Elliott gives a hearty laugh Skyping from his home in New York where he has retired from being a madcap household name on US TV to producing millions of dollars worth of successful cable TV shows, mainly talk and cooking hybrids, with ratings challenging “The View.” ‘My role on GMA was to provide unpredictability We had a hardnosed newsman at the helm, but with a sense of humour, mixing serious political coverage like Laurie Oakes breaking scoops, and proletarian fun like Duck Week. When it was a slow news day we were able to have fun. I hosted the show live off the top of a bus in Sydney streets, we had the world’s most buoyant women in a pool in Brisbane. I switched jobs with people like David Hill who was running the NSW trains, so I drove the train and he hosted the show We had the three sexy Rankin sisters doing fitness sessions in crazy places all over Sydney. You, Di, pioneering the Live Eye interviews with celebrities outside the studio. We had to rely on doing most of the show live which lent an immediacy to it. Viewers tuned in not knowing what to expect.’


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