Relevant Mitchell powers on
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arrives in Melbourne on Tuesday, ahead ead of his at The Plenary on November 3.
He will film an Ultra Tune e commercial while in town.
Sheen says he wishes he could have warned his younger self about the pitfalls ahead. “I would tell myself to stop after one or two tattoos, I would tell myself to never do these couple of drugs, I would tell myself to work out more, I would tell myself to quit smoking shortly after I started.” ed.” 3AW powe powerhouse w will mark his halfcentury j journalism in January with no plans to slow do down. Mitc Mitchell, who is contrac contracted to the station until th the end of 2020, will hit his milestone on Austra Australia Day. “I started in jou journalism on Janua January 26, Australia Day,” h he said. “Who at age 17, whic which is the age I was when I start started, actually thinks they will liv live that long.”
Mitchell said he would not make a big song and dance about his media longevity.
“I am determined to be relevant and I think being relevant probably fights the idea of going on and on about being 50 years in the business,” he said.
“I don’t look back, I really don’t. Someone asked me what were the best stories I have had this year and I don’t know. I don’t look back, I am worried about Monday.
“I signed (with AW) a year ago for another three years so I have two more to go (with the station).” Breakfast king
confirmed last week he, too, was at 3AW for the long haul, describing his new contract term as “more than five, less than 10” years.
Mitchell (left) was named Best Current Affairs presenter at last week’s Australian Commercial Radio Awards, bringing his total number of ACRAs to 21.
RACING season is also millinery season in Melbourne with awardwinning London-based milliner due to hit town for Cup Week. Her headwear has been worn by the likes of
and racing commentator