SA radio stalwart Ken Dickin passes away
Popular South Australian broadcaster Ken Dickin passed away on Christmas Day in his Adelaide home.
He had been battling prostate cancer for over a decade.
Dickin’s radio career began in the 1960s on Adelaide’s 5AD. He then moved to 5DN alongside Nan Witcomb and subsequently moved into Breakfast. Next up was FIVEaa working alongside Graham Cornes on Ken and the Coach, and Sonya Feldhoff in the early morning slot.
He returned to 5DN and hosted Drive alongside Neil Balme.
In 2017 he told Cornes on Conversations with Cornsey that he did not fear death.