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You can hear My Generation on 5RM every Sunday from 10am til 12pm.

My Generation® is a musical retrospective filled with powerful memories & the greatest hits from the 60's, 70's and 80's.

Hosted by Ugly Phil, the My Generation radio show is the quintessential guide to the times that shaped a generation.
From news to movies, politics to fashion, all the seminal events and memories are covered, along with the most important ingredient of all - the music.

ABOUT UGLY PHIL

Ugly Phil O'Neil is a radio DJ/announcer. He was born in the United Kingdom, and lived the majority of his life in Australia. Before adopting the on-air name of Ugly Phil he was known on-air as Phil O'Neil. Phil has hosted the Hot30 Countdown, Drive at Nova 969, and Evenings at Triple M several times.

Phil also hosted a National Charts Show across the major and regional markets ("Ugly Phil's Hot Hits") previously known and currently known as The Hot Hits before and after his association with presenting the show. From December 2008 – June 2009, he was the co-host on the breakfast shift of Triple M Sydney with Sami Lukis.

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