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Listen To Older Voices: Col Millington – Part 1


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listen to older voices: col millington – part 1
Col aged 13 years

Welcome to Part 1 of a 3-part program featuring the Life & Times of Col Millington.

Originally aired in September of 2015, it is being re-broadcast as part of the Golden Moment repeat series during the COVID pandemic.

With the Baby Boomers now moving well into their 60’s, and with some even breaking into the 70 year age group, they and their stories need to be chronicled as part of the “story legacy” that is left by the older Australians.

What we find is that while their stories can be significantly different to generations that came before them, their contributions to this country and our way of life, like the generation before them, also make for riveting listening.

Col Millington was at the time of this interview, a 66-year-old Baby Boomer who started work at the age of fifteen. Like many Baby Boomers he became enamoured in the “new” music of the 60’s and wanted to be in a band.

listen to older voices: col millington – part 1
Col at 16 years of age – [CLICK to enlarge]


In Part 1 of his story we hear from Col about his early early life – his school experiences and how his actions as a young man shaped his future life in music. This is the beginning of a story of a lifetime of entertaining that continues through to today.

listen to older voices: col millington – part 1
Col: Left hand side – [CLICK to enlarge]

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Previous Listen To Older Voices Programs can be found in our archive, by clicking on one link or the other

2012 to 2016   

 –  2016 onward 

supermarkets put junk food on special twice as often as healthy food, and that’s a problem


[Listen To Older Voices receives funding from the Commonwealth Government 
through the Commonwealth Home Support Program Program]

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