- — Mark Scott (@abcmarkscott)Tue, Aug 27 2013 05:08:46The ABC remembers Bill Peach. http://about.abc.net.au/press-releases/farewell-bill-peach-1935-2013/ …-releases…
- — Antony (Tony) Walker (@tonywalker1)Tue, Aug 27 2013 05:23:10Vale Bill Peach. Along with Michael Charlton, John Penlington et al pioneer Australian public broadcasting! Class/credibility! #billpeach
- — Mike Carlton (@MikeCarlton01)Tue, Aug 27 2013 01:18:48Bill Peach, star of ABC-TV's This Day Tonight, great bloke and great Australian, died of cancer this morning at 3.30am. A good mate gone.
- — Matt Coleman (@mattcdef2000)Tue, Aug 27 2013 01:56:50
- — Mark Colvin (@Colvinius)Tue, Aug 27 2013 02:17:33Bill Peach, host of the "wild child" of Australian current affairs: 1935-2013. http://www.abc.net.au/talkingheads/txt/s2025645.htm …talkingheads/txt/s2025645.htm
- — Jessica Adams (@jessicacadams)Tue, Aug 27 2013 02:34:02Without Bill Peach, no TDT. Without TDT, this fabulous 1977 clip on punk rock in Australia would never have happened http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYvTl1act-w …/watch?v=aYvTl1act-w
- — Jessica Adams (@jessicacadams)Tue, Aug 27 2013 02:28:04I will always remember Bill Peach and TDT with love. They introduced me to the Sex Pistols. Remember that episode?
- — Peter Bowditch (@RatbagsDotCom)Tue, Aug 27 2013 01:52:40Very sad to hear of the death of Bill Peach. All "current affairs" programs on Australian television should go dark tonight in his memory.
Tributes flow after death of This Day Tonight host Bill Peach
Bill Peach, the former presenter of trail-blazing ABC current affairs program This Day Tonight, has died. Friends and fans of Peach have taken to social media to pay tribute to his life and career.
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