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Who was Paul B. Kidd?

Paul B. Kidd (1942 – 26 December 2021) was an Australian author, journalist, and radio, the show host.

From 2001 until 2020, Kidd was the co-host of the 2UE George and Paul weekend show with George Moore; from 2020 until his death, he co-hosted Weekends with John and Paul with John Stanley on 2GB.

Kidd was also a prolific true-crime writer, has published a large number of books about high-profile murder cases across Australia and the world.

Veteran Australian radio broadcaster Paul B. Kidd dies, aged 76

 Veteran Australian radio broadcaster Paul B. Kidd dies, aged 76
Veteran Australian radio broadcaster Paul B. Kidd dies, aged 76

Veteran Sydney radio broadcaster Paul B. Kidd has died following a protracted illness, aged 76.

Kidd, who died on Sunday afternoon, had endured health problems over the past 15 years, including bladder cancer and a cardiac episode in 2018.

He began his radio career as a fishing and boating commentator on 2UE where he later co-hosted the weekend show, The George and Paul Show, with George Moore for 15 years.

The duo moved to 2GB radio in 2018 before Kidd began co-hosting Weekends with John and Paul with John Stanley in 2020.

“I think the way you could put it is his big heart just gave out yesterday afternoon,” Stanley told 2GB radio on Monday morning. “I had the joy of working with him the last couple of years.”

Paying tribute to his former co-host, Moore said Kidd was a larger-than-life character.

“I knew he’d been ill for a long time,” he said. “It’s not unexpected but it’s a damn shock when it happens.”

Moore said the pair had an immediate chemistry when they began working together in radio.

“You just know … when something’s working,” Moore said. “You know deep down inside that you’ve got a chemistry.

Paul B. Kidd Biography, Wiki

Paul B. Kidd (born 1945) is an Australian writer, journalist and radio host. From 2001 to 2020, Kidd co-hosted the 2UE George and Paul weekend show with George Moore; since 2020, he has co-hosted weekend events on 2GB with John Paul and John Stanley.

Kidd is also a prolific and true crime writer, publishing numerous books on high-profile murders in Australia and around the world.

Before becoming the host of 2UE, Kidd was a fishing and boating commentator on the station. After initially appearing as a guest, he was awarded the host of the weekend morning show in 2001 and co-hosted the show with George Moore for the next two decades.

Fifteen years later, the program switched from 2UE to 2GB. The show called the George and Paul Show for short has high ratings and has been described as “a unique blend of conservative politics and a Q&A show.”

At the end of 2019, Moore announced his withdrawal from the George and Paul show. Kidd later worked with John Stanley to co-host the weekend with John and Paul, changing his time slot from 9 am to 2 pm to 2 pm to 6 pm.

Kidd is a prolific Australian crime writer who has published 37 works. [5] His most widely disseminated book “Till Death Let Us Part: The True Story of Australian Marriage That Ended in Murder” is collected by 106 WorldCat libraries around the world.

Kidd’s other books that have attracted great attention include The Celluloid Serial Killer (also known as the Movie Serial Killer) and 50 Crimes in Australia in the 20th Century.

Kidd’s true criminal works have always been the subject of controversy in his sociological claims, especially claims about indigenous Australians. His book “50 Crimes in Australia in the 20th Century” was criticized for reporting on the murder of Sandra Hoare, a white nurse who was murdered while working in a remote Aboriginal town in 1994.

Kidd described the murderer’s marginal and predicament lifestyle, which is the typical life of many aboriginals in rural Australia “disoriented and unconscious due to the smell of alcohol, marijuana, and gasoline”, described as racism and narrow-mindedness of the aboriginal community View.

Paul B. Kidd Biography, Wikipedia
Paul B. Kidd
 Full Name  Paul Benjamin Kidd 
 Birth year Death Date 1945 26 November 2021
 Birth Place Death place  Australia Australia
 Education  School College/University  Not Known 
 Education Qualification 
 Parents Father  Mother   Not Known Not Known
 Wife/Spouse Didn’t Know
 Siblings Brother  Sister  Not Known  Not Known
 Physical  Height (approximately) Weight (approximately) Hair (Colour) Eye (Colour) Statistics 5 Feet 10 Inche 80 kilograms Brown  Brown 
 Favorite Food/Dishes Destination/Place  Colour  Car  Things Not Known  Not Known  Didn’t Know  Didn’t Know
 Living Place/ Residence Nationality Australia Australian
 Profession/Occupation  Journalist, Author, Radio Show Host,
 Smoking/Drinking Not Known

Paul B. Kidd Personal Life

Kidd lived in Bondi and was married five times. In 2008, he was diagnosed with bladder cancer, and he had a “cardiac episode” in 2018. Kidd died on 26 December 2021 after a “protraced illness” at the age of 79; his death was announced the following day on 2GB’s Twitter account. 

His death was mourned by his colleagues, with 2GB presenter Clinton Maynard described him as a “unique Australian character” and a significant force in the national radio industry, and breakfast presenter Ben Fordham calling him a “generous soul”. Moore described the death as expected due to Kidd’s health issues, but nonetheless “a damn shock”.

Paul B. Kidd Net Worth

Paul B Kidd was Paul Benjamin Kidd was an Australian author and had an estimated Net Worth of around $2 Million in 2021. Journalist With the massive net worth, Paul must have been living his life very peacefully.

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Who was Paul B. Kidd?

Paul B. Kidd (1942 – 26 December 2021) was an Australian author, journalist, and radio, the show host.

How old was Paul B. Kidd?

Paul B. Kidd died at 76.

How did Paul B. Kidd die?

Veteran Sydney radio broadcaster Paul B. Kidd has died following a protracted illness.

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