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Birth name  Anthony Eric Delroy
Country  Australia
Show  Nightlife
Name  Tony Delroy

Network  ABC Radio
Role  Radio host
Time slot  22:00 – 02:00
Stations  ABC Local Radio
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Style  talkback, current affairs, light entertainment
Born  1 January 1953 (age 68)

Similar  Kumi Taguchi (journalist), Richard Fidler, Adam Spencer

Anthony Eric "Tony" Delroy 1 January 1953 ) is an Australian radio presenter. Delroy hosted ABC Local Radio's late-night talkback show Nightlife for 26 years between 1987 and 2016, when he retired.

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Background and career

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Delroy commenced working in news radio on Sydney station 2SM while completing his schooling. He joined the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and worked on-air in Bathurst while studying journalism. After a short stint in Launceston, Delroy was appointed news director of 2UE. In 1987, he joined 702 ABC Sydney and soon took over theNightlife program, at a period when broadcasts used to end about midnight or 1:00am. In 1990 the program went national and the ABC replaced the state-based late night programming with the national show, a mix of talkback, current affairs, light entertainment.

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The show's success as ABC Local Radio's highest rating weekday program was bolstered by a team of experts who are featured every week to discuss such topics as motoring, literature, movies, American politics, finance, superannuation and travel destinations. In a minor 2010 incident, Delroy received an official reprimand after he used abusive language at a security guard when the guard asked Delroy to remove his car from the space reserved for Maurice Newman, the Chairman of the ABC.

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Delroy has a cat named Barbara, who was mentioned during his broadcasts.

Delroy retired on 2 September 2016, after 26 years hosting Nightlife and 30 years with the ABC.

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