Archive for March 8th, 2011

Samuel’s Persiflage #17 – Paul Dix

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It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost four years since the last episode of Samuel’s Persiflage was released, so it’s great to be able to announce that I have a new episode for you (you can stop fainting in surprise now).

Today’s guest is one of the legends of Australian radio, and an institution in the New South Wales town of Deniliquin and surrounds. I speak, of course, of Paul Dix, who has been hosting the breakfast show on 2QN Deniliquin for the last 49 years.

Paul Dix in the 2QN studio

In today’s episode, Dixie discusses his thoughts and memories of the last 49 years in Deniliquin, and even more time in the radio industry. He reflects on some of his more memorable moments at 2QN and even provides a few pointers for up-and-coming music jocks.

This episode can be downloaded by clicking here.

If you so desire, you can even listen to it online, just click the play button below.


All listeners are invited to send in feedback or questions for me or Dixie. Feedback can be sent to or you could leave a comment below.

You can also send feedback by post

Samuel’s Persiflage
PO Box 1272
Dickson ACT 2602

For those of you who are using podcast software to receive your podcasts, the feed can be found here and if you are using iTunes you can subscribe to Samuel’s Persiflage by clicking here (or maybe not, it looks like the podcast has been removed from the iTunes directory…I’ve resubmitted it).

I also intend on getting a transcript of this episode done, hopefully within the coming week.

I would also like to thank 2QN for providing the use of one of their studios for this interview.

For those of you who are wondering, there was never an episode 16 of Samuel’s Persiflage. Well, technically there was, but it was never published for technical reasons.

Enjoy the show!


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