- John Burns (Radio)
John Burns, with on-air partner Ross Stevenson are icons of
Melbourneradio. "Breakfast with Ross Stevenson & John Burns" on radio station 3AWis one of Australia's most successful radio shows. Fact|date=April 2007
Burns' radio debut was in 1988 on radio station
3RRRon the programme 'Lawyers, Guns & Money' as the character Sir Lunchalot. Later, the Sir Lunchalot character was to become a regular Friday morning contributor to the 3AW breakfast show, providing masterful insights in to the art of gluttony.
Prior to his career in radio, John Burns had an established career as a barrister.
John Burns is married with three sons and an adopted former 'death row' dog called "Rocky". Originally, "Rocky" was called "Rocca", after a famous Centre Half Forward for the
Collingwood Football Club.
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