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Interviews

Since 2000, Rhett Bartlett has been conducting interviews with former players and officials of the Richmond Football Club.
Those interviews formed the text of the 2008 publication 'Richmond FC:  A Century of League Football'  (and its subsequent updated version 'Richmond FC:  A Proud History of a Great Club')

These interviews are now being digitised and placed online for football and Richmond supporters to hear about the history of the club.  In many cases, these interviews were the last ever for the former players.  

There are two options to listen to the interviews

1. Click on each interview link below, or

2.  Subscribe/download the free ROAR iTunes podcast.

INTERVIEWS by Rhett Bartlett
(do not distribute or broadcast interview without permission from Rhett)

1920s
Joe Murdoch (1927-1936)


1930s
Sid Dockendorff (1932-1933) Part 1
Alan Maple (1937)


1940s
Max Oppy (1942-1954)
Don Benson (1945)
Ken Albiston (1946-1951)
Ray Stokes (1946-1951)
Roy Wright (1946-1959)  Part 1 , Part 2


1950s
Frank Drum (1950)
Neville Crowe (1957-1967)  Part 1,  Part 2,  Part 3
Dave Cuzens (1957-1961)
Paddy Guinane (1958-1968)  Part 1, Part 2


1960s
Bill Barrot (1961-1970)
Barry Stanton (Fitness advisor 1961-1973)
Jack Malcomson (wrote Richmond themesong in 1962)
Billy Brown (1963-1971)
Tony Jewell (1964-1970)
John Chivers (1965)
Royce Hart (1967-1977)
Graeme Bond (1967-1973, 1975-77)
Simon Brisbane (1st captain of RichmondFC Little League)
George McInnes (1968-1970)
Derek Peardon (1968-1971)
Ray Jordon (U19s premiership coach)
Warren Ellam (4ths, 3rds, Reserve player)


1970s
Laurie Fowler (1971-1974)
Noel Carter (1973-1974)
Stephen Parsons(1974)
Bruce Monteath (1975-1980)
Jim Jess (1976-1988)


1980s
Rudi Webster (1980 psychologist)
Maurice Rioli (1982-1987)
Craig Gislingham (Reserves 1984+1986)
Richard Geary (1985-1986)


1990s
Brendon Gale (1990-2001)
Joel Bowden (1996-2009)