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Hong Kong's most famous radio voice
For more than sixty years, world record holder "Uncle Ray", has dominated the airwaves.
Last Modified: 03 Sep 2012 01:49

"Uncle Ray" as he is known on the airwaves, has been in the business of radio for more than 60 years.

One of Hong Kong's best known voices, he is also a world record holder.

As part of our Al Jazeera's Still Going Strong series, Rob McBride met the man to whose familiar voice successive generations have grown up with.

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