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Entertainment Former 3AW breakfast presenter Dean Banks dies after cancer battle

06:05  18 november  2021
06:05  18 november  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Veteran radio presenter Dean Banks has died following a lengthy battle with cancer . Banks had a stellar career on the airwaves and is best known as the former breakfast host of Melbourne radio station 3 AW , reports Radio Today . Nine's managing director of radio, Tom Malone, paid tribute 'We all owe a lot to Dean and he will be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with his wife Diana and extended family.' Banks co-hosted the 3 AW breakfast show with fellow radio veteran Ross Stevenson from 1990 to 2000. The program was originally called Lawyers, Guns and Money before its name was changed.

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Veteran radio presenter Dean Banks has died following a lengthy battle with cancer.

Banks had a stellar career on the airwaves and is best known as the former breakfast host of Melbourne radio station 3AW, reports Radio Today.

Nine's managing director of radio, Tom Malone, paid tribute to Banks in a statement.

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'Dean was the ultimate gentleman and true professional, always helping those around him to do their best and not to dwell on mistakes which can happen making live radio,' Malone said.

Malone recalled one of Banks' favourite sayings: 'Don't worry, it's flying past Mars now'.

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He inferred this as meaning, 'Don’t worry about the past, just make the next thing better' - a valuable lesson for people working in radio.

'Dean taught many people the craft of radio and how to make it sound effortless,' Malone continued.

'We all owe a lot to Dean and he will be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with his wife Diana and extended family.'

Banks co-hosted the 3AW breakfast show with fellow radio veteran Ross Stevenson from 1990 to 2000.

The program was originally called Lawyers, Guns and Money before its name was changed.

Banks had had a long career as a presenter at radio stations across Australia and New Zealand before he joined 3AW.

Stevenson spoke of his former co-anchor's death on 3AW on Thursday morning.

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