Saskatchewan radio talk-show host stepping away from the microphone

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by Kelly Geraldine Malone

The Canadian Press

SaskToday.ca

November 24, 2023

John Gormley, a longtime host in Saskatchewan for Rawlco Radio’s two talk radio stations, says he is stepping away from the microphone later this month after 25 years on air. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Rawlco Radio *MANDATORY CREDIT*SASKATOON — A longtime radio host in Saskatchewan is stepping away from the microphone.

John Gormley announced that his last day on air will be Nov. 24.

“I’ve been blessed beyond words and honoured to have had the opportunity to host this radio show for 25 years,” Gormley said Wednesday during his show.

Gormley’s talk radio show has aired for 25 years. It has featured prime ministers, premiers and celebrities. Gormley described it as “coffee row for Saskatchewan,” where people gather to discuss local and global issues.

His hosting has garnered praise and criticism, but the show remained popular throughout the province. During Gormley’s tenure, he never shied away from polarizing subjects.

Authenticity, Gormley said, is important for anyone looking to build their career in radio or otherwise.

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